Beach sand to be replaced on volleyball courts

The Ministry of District Administration and Lands (MDAL) advises that a project to refurbish the volleyball courts at the Seven Mile Public Beach began on May 13, 2022 and will continue for approximately four more weeks. Commenting on the reasoning for the project, the Minister responsible for Lands, Honourable Juliana O’Connor-Connolly; “As a result of cross-governmentContinue reading “Beach sand to be replaced on volleyball courts”

“Superhuman” Oly Rush ends his 36-hour-long swim around Cayman

“He was willing to die for the cause of Mother Earth and more people should wake up and take a look. The government specifically need to understand these issues.” That was one of many comments made by spectators along West Bay Public Beach, where “superhuman” Oly Rush ended his 36-hour-long swim to raise money forContinue reading ““Superhuman” Oly Rush ends his 36-hour-long swim around Cayman”

Artex sponsors Cayman Rugby programmes

Cayman Rugby is excited & delighted to announce their sponsorship partnership with Artex. Artex have joined as a partner with Cayman Rugby and will also be the title  sponsor of the Girls rugby afterschool program. In its first year, the afterschool girls ‘get into rugby’ program was delivered in a number of government and privateContinue reading “Artex sponsors Cayman Rugby programmes”

John Gray retains Inter-Secondary School title for fifth year straight

John Gray High School (JGHS) retained its place as Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Champions for the fifth consecutive year after three days (March 22-24) of intense competition at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex.  Outstanding performances from divisional champions Krystal Campbell (under 12), Jaysean Seymour (under 12), Martine McKenzie (under 14), Jeremiah Rankin (under 14), Andrew StoneContinue reading “John Gray retains Inter-Secondary School title for fifth year straight”

Crooks wins bronze at NCAA swimming championships

University of Tennessee freshman Jordan Crooks continues to prove that an athlete from a small island can compete with the world’s elite. On Thursday, the 19-year-old Caymanian tied third in the 50-yard freestyle finals, during the 2022 NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships and earned first team All-American honors. The 50y final featuredContinue reading “Crooks wins bronze at NCAA swimming championships”

Gardener eyes medal at CARIFTA after clearing 2m during Cayman’s trials

Consecutively breezing over 1.90 and 1.95 metres since the start of the track and field season; Caymanian high jumper Josh Gardener finally cleared two metres during the CUC Youth & CARIFTA Games trials over the weekend.  The 17-year-old who will compete in the under-20 division at the 49th edition of the CARIFTA Games next month,Continue reading “Gardener eyes medal at CARIFTA after clearing 2m during Cayman’s trials”