Swimmers look to raise 15k during Memorial Sea Swim

Five swimmers from Stingray Swim Club (SSC) will attempt to swim 6-miles across the North Sound in honour of the late Emmanuel Brown, who died following a fatal boat collision on August 11th last year. Among the five swimmers participating is Cayman Islands National athlete Raya Embury-Brown, who is the daughter of Emmanuel Brown.  “ThisContinue reading “Swimmers look to raise 15k during Memorial Sea Swim”

Crooks commits to the University of Tennessee

Cayman Islands 2018 Youth Olympian Jordan Crooks has sent a verbal commitment to join the men’s swimming & diving team at the University of Tennessee in the fall of 2021. “I am excited to announce my verbal commitment to further my academic and swimming career at the University of Tennessee,” said Crooks. The 18-year oldContinue reading “Crooks commits to the University of Tennessee”

Stingray swim coach eager for competition

Head coach for Stingray Swim Club, David Pursley made his intentions clear when it comes to getting swimmers back into the pool for what could be highly contested swim meets this summer. “We only have the college kids on island for so long,” said Pursley. “Right now we have twelve to thirteen college kids onContinue reading “Stingray swim coach eager for competition”

Top 5 CUC Sea Swim winners

Since its inaugural start in 1988, the Cayman Islands Amateur Swimming Association CUC Sea Swim has been one of Cayman’s longest open water competitive events. It started out as a standalone 800 metres race but in recent years the event has included the 400 metres for kids to test themselves against one another as well.Continue reading “Top 5 CUC Sea Swim winners”