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Updated: Windsor Park brushfire extinguished

A brushfire Windsor Park has been brought under control, but fire crews will remain at the scene until it is deemed there is no further risk to the surrounding area.

Hyman preps for summer olympics

The 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan is set to start in July and Cayman’s fastest man Kemar Hyman has already qualified for the games....

Hip injury means Team USA star Christian Pulisic won’t play in Cayman

American star Christian Pulisic, who is having a breakout campaign for Chelsea in the English Premier League, was announced Thursday as part of the Team USA squad that will compete in Cayman next week. But a few days later, Pulisic was ruled out of the team due to a hip injury.

Cayman Islands Premier League takes a brief break in the schedule

The Cayman Islands Premier League has reached a natural break in the schedule, and the teams will have around three weeks to prepare for their next games.

Cayman seeks new scoreboard for Truman Bodden

The Cayman Islands government has initiated a tender process for a contractor to supply and install a new scoreboard for the stadium at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex.
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Canada and Cuba to square off in Cayman Tuesday night

Top-level international football comes to Truman Bodden Sports Complex on Tuesday night, when Canada and Cuba will square off in a CONCACAF Nations League game.

Cayman to host US, Cuban and Canadian football teams

Cayman will soon play host to one of the biggest draws in CONCACAF.

Cayman to host US, Cuban and Canadian football teams

Team USA will come to Grand Cayman's Truman Bodden Sports Complex on 19 Nov. for a Nations League game against Cuba.

CONCACAF Olympic qualifier: Cayman looks for big win versus Haiti

The Cayman Islands had a chance at Olympic qualification when it played against Haiti on Sunday night at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex – hours after the Compass’s press deadline.

CONCACAF Olympic qualifiers: Cayman comes up short against Grenada

Cayman’s journey for Olympic qualification in football became a little tougher Wednesday night, when Grenada earned a victory in a tightly contested 1‑0 game at Truman Bodden Sports Complex.

Cayman misses out on Tokyo spot

Cayman’s rugby players fought hard against stiff competition, but missed out on the chance of an Olympic spot on an action-packed weekend at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex.

Football stars roll back the years at exhibition match

Some of the most popular names of Cayman football through the years were joined by their peers from Jamaica and former professional stars from Europe, as they turned back the clock for an exhibition match at Truman Bodden Sports Complex Saturday evening.

Olympic Day runners enjoy friendly competition

About 250 people turned out early Saturday morning to the Truman Bodden Sports Complex to support the Olympic Day 5K Run/Walk.
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20 teams youth slated for Cricket Carnival

Cayman Cricket will hold its annual Cricket Carnival on Friday, 21 June, at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex in George Town.

CARIFTA provides boost for Cayman businesses

The Cayman Islands may not have picked up many medals but the territory won plaudits and gained an economic boost from hosting the CARIFTA Games over the Easter weekend.

Carnival atmosphere for CARIFTA

The stands of Cayman’s national stadium were shaking this weekend as thousands of track fans gathered to watch the next generation of Caribbean superstars.

EDITORIAL – The pursuit of excellence on, and off, the field

The Caribbean’s best young athletes brought their ‘A’ games this past weekend, showcasing their skills and bringing their competitive spirits to the delight of thousands of fans.

CARIFTA: Cayman women pick up two bronze medals

It was a tough morning on the track for some of Cayman’s young athletes as CARIFTA 2019 got under way Saturday. Joshua Cox, who qualified for the 400m U-17 finals in a time of 51.87, was among the top local performers.

Ready to take on the world

In the quiet of a half-empty Truman Bodden Sports Complex Tuesday afternoon, 13-year-old Stephen Watson went through a handful of practice high jumps, effortlessly flopping over the bar in a light training session.

CARIFTA 2019: Trinidad and Tobago hoping to move up leader board

The twin-island republic of Trinidad and Tobago is very optimistic about their chances at this year’s CARIFTA Games which take place this Easter weekend, April 20-22, at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex.

IN FOCUS: Inter-Primary Track and Field Championships

More than 700 young athletes from across Cayman took part in the Inter-Primary Track and Field Championships.

CARIFTA 2019: Suriname and St. Maarten hoping to end medal drought

Suriname and St. Maarten are hoping to break their CARIFTA Games medal drought and are expressing confidence in their teams ahead of this year’s meet, which takes place at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex over Easter weekend, April 20-22.

Antigua and Montserrat still finalising teams for CARIFTA 2019

Antigua and Barbuda and Montserrat are still in the process of finalising teams for the 48th annual CARIFTA Games, scheduled for Easter weekend, April 20-22, at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex.
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Government agencies receive mass-casualty training

About 40 people in Grand Cayman are receiving training in mass-casualty management and incident command systems this week, according to Hazard Management Cayman Islands.

Bodden Town boxing gym plan shelved

Plans for a Bodden Town boxing gym, announced amid significant publicity during the visit of boxing legend Manny Pacquiao last year, have been quietly shelved.

Race to semifinal heats up in Youth Cup

There are tight races for semifinal spots in both groups of the 2018 Cayman Airways Youth Cup heading into the final day of pool play at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex on Thursday.

2018 Cayman Airways Youth Cup: All countries score wins on opening day

The 2018 Cayman Airways Youth Cup kicked off Monday at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex with a full slate of four matches. Teams from Jamaica, the United States, and the Cayman Islands all had wins on the opening day of the tournament hosted by Academy Sports Club.

Weeklong Special Olympics National Games get under way

A weeklong Special Olympics competition is under way, highlighted already by the opening ceremonies, a torch run, swimming and track-and-field events, and a fundraising fire truck pull.

Olympian Fraser-Pryce joins Cayman Invitational lineup

Jamaican sprinter Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce will be joining countryman Asafa Powell and American LaShawn Merritt in the lineup for this year’s Cayman Invitational, which will be held Saturday, June 2, at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex.

Powell and Merritt to headline 2018 Cayman Invitational

Olympic and World champions Asafa Powell of Jamaica and LaShawn Merritt of U.S. will headline the sixth staging of the Cayman Invitational, which is set for Saturday, June 2, 2018, at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex.

Cayman rugby to host international games

The first two tests of the season loom ahead for the Cayman national rugby team.

Mock casualty exercise helps prepare Cayman for disasters

Cayman’s emergency services held a mock mass casualty exercise at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex Friday night – the culmination of a week of disaster preparation work with Hazard Management Cayman Islands and the Pan American Health Organization.

Schools compete in track meet

The swiftest kids in Cayman got a chance to measure themselves against their peers on Thursday. Nearly all of Grand Cayman’s secondary schools competed in the 2018 Inter-Secondary Track & Field Meet at Truman Bodden Sports Complex on Thursday, and they will come back to compete for a second day on Friday.
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School track and field meet scheduled for this week

The 2018 Inter-Secondary Track and Field Meet will be held at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex on Thursday and Friday this week.
Cayman Compass is the Cayman Islands' most trusted news website. We provide you with the latest breaking news from the Cayman Islands, as well as other parts of the Caribbean.

Turn up and play

The Cayman Islands Netball Association is inviting netball players of all abilities, or anyone who is interested in playing netball to “Turn up and play,” Mondays starting Feb. 5, from 6:30-8 p.m.

Private schools ready to compete for track and field glory

The eighth staging of the Private High Schools Track and Field Championships will take place at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex on Thursday, Dec. 7.

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