Harper Barrowman made history on Tuesday, 2 Aug., becoming the first female swimmer in Cayman’s history to compete in a Commonwealth Games final. “To be able to do something like that at a level like this, it is just…amazing,” Barrowman said. Barrowman, 16, stopped the clock at 9:13.97 and place 8th during her 800-metre freestyleContinue reading “Commonwealth Games: Cayman duo advances to finals”
Cayman Islands swimmers hit the pool inside the Sandwell Aquatics Centre for day two of the Commonwealth Games, where they bagged a couple of wins and personal best times.
After parading inside the Alexander Stadium for the 2022 Commonwealth Opening Ceremony, several athletes from Cayman turned in a couple of wins during day one of the major event held in Birmingham, England. Claiming the first win for Cayman was squash player Jake Kelly, who made a comeback to defeat Figi’s Maika Matanatabu in aContinue reading “Commonwealth Games: Cayman claim several wins on day 1”
Caymanian sailor, Charlotte Webster has won a gold medal in the U19 Female International Laser Class Association 6 (ILCA 6) at the UK ILCA Open & National Championships. Racing in an Olympic-class single-handed dingy, Ms Webster’s victory on Friday (22 July 2022) comes after her silver at the same event last year, in the ILCAContinue reading “Webster takes top honours at UK Nationals”
Eight teams will compete in the tournament held Nov. 21-23 at John Gray Gymnasium, just minutes away from world famous Seven Mile Beach.
Six teams from Academy Sports Club recently competed at this year’s Target USA Cup.
Caymanian golfer Aaron Jarvis completed his history-making tour at The 150th Open with a highly commendable one over par total, recording the second best score by an amateur golfer in the Championship. Last Thursday through to Sunday, Aaron Jarvis completed all four rounds in The 150th Open. 19-year-old Aaron is the first golfer from theContinue reading “Aaron Jarvis Makes Cayman Proud at The 150th Open”
John Bodden, recently traded in his goggles and cap for a stopwatch and whistle – continuing his swimming career this summer as a coach for Stingray Swim Club, a team he previously swam for competitively. The alum of McKendree University has been a fixture on deck all summer – taking training and participating in swimContinue reading “Caymanian swimmer returns home to coach top local swim club”
Sierrah Broadbelt is among a few junior Caymanian swimmers with the potential to be a star.
Minster for Youth & Sports, Hon. Bernie Bush met Team Cayman athletes at the Owen Roberts International Airport on Tuesday (July 5) following their success at the Caribbean Games in Gaudeloupe. Missing from the picture: swimmers Alison Jackson (gold – mixed 4x100m free relay), Kyra Rabess (silver – 800m Women’s freestyle/gold – mixed 4x100m freeContinue reading “Sports minister welcome home Cayman athletes from Caribbean Games”