Caymanian swimmers James Allison, Alison Jackson, Lauren Hew and Liam Henry returned home after hitting the pool inside the Etihad Arena through 16-21 Dec., for the 15th FINA World Short Course Swimming Championships.
The Cayman Islands is set to close out its international swimming campaign with four athletes (Alison Jackson, James Allison, Lauren Hew and Liam Henry) representing at the 15th FINA World Short Course Swimming Championships in Abu Dhabi this weekend.
Luke Higgo of Camana Bay Aquatic Club (CBAC) has broken two Cayman Islands Aquatic Sports Association age group records at the 2021 Coconut Cup held 3-5 December.
The 2021 Junior Pan American Games has come to an end for Cayman’s swimmers. Representing the country at the inaugural competition was four of Cayman’s long course national record holders.
‘John Gray Swim Club’ is the latest addition under the Cayman Islands Aquatic Sports Association banner. Leading the charge for the new team is Ryan Mushin who is currently the Senior Swimming Instructor with the Department of Sports. With John Gray now being established under CIASA as of Monday (November 15), swimmers competing for theContinue reading “Mushin takes lead at newly formed swim club”
After being closed to the public for over a month, the Lions Aquatic Pool has re-open, The Ministry of Sports announced Thursday, October 21.
Caymanian swimmers Alison and Sarah Jackson opened their 2021/22 swim season for the University Northern Colorado (UNC) this past weekend at the CMU Intermountain Shootout.
Camana Bay Aquatic Club has begun it’s 2021/22 aquatics season at the Camana Bay Pool under the leadership of newly promoted Head Swim Coach, Grant Ferguson and assistant coach Rob Harrington. Mr Denis Corin, Chairman of CBAC said the club was pleased to see the appointment of a coach of such high calibre. “Coach GrantContinue reading “CBAC welcomes two new coaches for 2021/22 swim season”
Caymanian swimmer Jillian Crooks is officially the country’s youngest Olympian after competing in Tokyo Games Wednesday (July 28) morning in the 100 metre freestyle event. The 15-year-old beat six other swimmers in her respective heat, to take second place with a time of 57.32 seconds, a new Cayman Islands national record. However, her time wasn’tContinue reading “Crooks clocks new 100m free national record in Olympic heat”
Caymanian swimmer Jillian Crooks is less than a month away from making history by becoming the youngest-ever Olympian from the Cayman Islands.