Tokyo 2020 Olympian and Cayman’s current top female sprinter Shalysa Wray is heading to Eugene, Oregon to compete in the NCAA Outdoor Championships 400-metre dash. The 23-year-old clocked in a time of 52.35 seconds during the NCAA West Preliminary round last month in Fayetteville, Arkansas. It was enough for the junior at Kansas State UniversityContinue reading “Wray heading to Oregon for NCAA championships”
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”
It is with deep regret that the Cayman Islands Athletic Association (CIAA) learnt of the passing legendary Coach Jerry Harper.
For the second year straight Cayman’s amateur track & fielders and swimmers will face disappointment following the announcement that both the CARIFTA Games and the CARIFTA Aquatics Championships have been cancelled.
The Cayman Islands Athletic Association (CIAA) held its first track meet of the year this past Saturday (16 January) in honour of the late Derek Larner. Over 100 spectators were on hand at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex to witness the opening meet and athletes competing from Falcons, Speed Athletics, Mustangs and High Tec TigersContinue reading “First Track Meet of the 2021 Honours Derek Larner”
The North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletic Association (NACAC) has lifted a ban that would have prevented Cayman’s athletes from competing in international meets, including the Olympics. “The sanction has been lifted,” Cayman Islands Athletic Association (CIAA) President Lance Barnes told Cay 03 Sports. “The sanction was lifted in November last year. So weContinue reading “Sanction lifted on Cayman’s track and field athletes”