Justin Hastings Defends his Title at the Annual Coach Invitational Golf Tournament

The third annual 54-hole strokeplay event, featured six World Amateur Golf Ranked (“WAGR”) players, several senior players, and one Golf Professional. The WAGR players were highlighted by Holly McLean (Caribbean Amateur Ladies’ Champion Golfer of the Year and the Cayman Islands Ladies’ Golf Champion), Justin Hastings (San Diego State University), Aaron Jarvis (University of Nevada,Continue reading “Justin Hastings Defends his Title at the Annual Coach Invitational Golf Tournament”

Flynn Bush retires from the department of sports

Flynn Bush bids farewell to the Department of Sports (DOS) after 19 years of dedicated service in the civil service. Praising him for reaching this milestone, DoS Director Mr. Kurt Hyde said: “I wish to extend a hearty congratulations to Flynn Bush on his early retirement. I would also like to thank him for his commitment toContinue reading “Flynn Bush retires from the department of sports”

West Bay U16 Boys Basketball Rally Kicks-Off District Competition

West Bay Central won Saturday’s (7 January) Department of Sports’ (DoS) West Bay U16 Basketball Rally. The final against West Bay West was a hard-fought match in the opening leg of the District Basketball Tournament.  Aaron Johnson (West Bay West) won the MVP award for West Bay as a result of his superior game statsContinue reading “West Bay U16 Boys Basketball Rally Kicks-Off District Competition”

Kehoe named ICF female player of 2022

Inside Caribbean Football has named Molly Kehoe as the 2022 female player of the year for the Cayman Islands. ICF made the announcement on Thursday. Kehoe, undoubtedly, had a busy 2022 all-round, playing for both the football and rugby national teams, while keeping up gameplay in the local domestic leagues.  The 18-year-old Caymanian represented herContinue reading “Kehoe named ICF female player of 2022”

The Cayman Islands top five athletes of 2022

Every athlete representing the Cayman Islands during 2022 certainly deserves all the praise and recognition for their contributions at a national level. However, there are a few who separated themselves from the pack with outstanding achievements and performances. From setting national records to winning major events, Cay03Sports will list the country’s top 5 performers acrossContinue reading “The Cayman Islands top five athletes of 2022”

Jordan Crooks acknowledge in Heroes Square

FINA Men’s 50M Freestyle World Champion, Jordan Crooks received a hero’s welcome and a standing ovation following his World Championship winning race in Melbourne Australia.  A reception to honour the young Caymanian was hosted by the Hon. Bernie Bush and the Ministry of Youth, Sports, Culture & Heritage (MYSCH), on Wednesday night (21 December 2022).Continue reading “Jordan Crooks acknowledge in Heroes Square”

Sporting hero Jordan Crooks arrives home to rousing reception

The Cayman Islands community jam-packed the Owen Roberts International Airport on Monday (December 19) afternoon, to cheer on sporting hero Jordan Crooks as he arrived home after becoming the country’s first World Champion. Crooks, who is the Islands’ fastest male swimmer in history, entered the arrival lounge to nearly 100 people cheering him on, withContinue reading “Sporting hero Jordan Crooks arrives home to rousing reception”

Crooks wins historic gold medal at world championships.

He did it. Jordan Crooks is World Champion. Crooks is now the 50 metre free FINA 2022 World Swimming Championships gold medalist and a modern day hero for his country. It was a goosebump moment for many locals, when the Cayman Islands national anthem played for Crooks during the medal presentation. Crooks, who describes himself asContinue reading “Crooks wins historic gold medal at world championships.”

Crooks continues speed through 50m at world championships

After finishing sixth place in the 100 metres finals at the FINA World Swimming Championships, Caymanian Jordan Crooks is still searching for world records and silverware. Crooks, 20, was the top swimmer through the prelims and semifinals of the 100 free, and although he took sixth in Melbourne, Australia during the finals, he proved he canContinue reading “Crooks continues speed through 50m at world championships”

Crooks on the verge of claiming gold at the World Championships

Jordan Crooks, the greatest competitive swimmer past or present from the Cayman Islands, is looking to put his country on the map, with a historic first gold medal at the 16th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m). After touching the wall at 45.61 seconds during heat six, to qualify with the fastest time for the 100mContinue reading “Crooks on the verge of claiming gold at the World Championships”