Cayman sending 53 athletes to CARIFTA Swimming Championships

The Cayman Islands Junior National Swimming Team heads to Curaçao for the 2023 edition of the CARIFTA Swimming Championships, 6-10 April and will be competing in the pool, open water and artistic swimming competitions. Fifty-three swimmers in all (pool – 32, artistic – 19 and open water – 9) are in the final stages ofContinue reading “Cayman sending 53 athletes to CARIFTA Swimming Championships”

CIASA 2023 national championships recap

After four days of intense competition, the Cayman Islands Aquatic Association (CIASA) National Championships ended last Tuesday evening with eight records. Swimmers that took part were from Camana Bay Aquatic Club, Stingray Swim Club, Seven Mile Swimmers and John Gray Swim Team (JGST). Held at the Camana Bay Aquatic Centre; around 200 swimmers, including OlympianContinue reading “CIASA 2023 national championships recap”

John Gray swimmer wins gold at CIASA National Championships

The Cayman Islands National Swimming Championship meet was a huge success. Just over a week ago, the John Gray Swim Team participated in the Island’s National meet where the team received personal best times for their events. The meet was a grueling four days in length and held both prelims and finals sessions from FebruaryContinue reading “John Gray swimmer wins gold at CIASA National Championships”

Crooks and Broadbelt impress at CIASA nationals

By: Duke Sullivan While Tennessee sophomore Jordan Crooks was delivering history-making performances at the SEC Conference Swimming and Diving Championships, his younger sister, Olympian Jillian Crooks, returned home to participate in the Cayman Islands National Swimming Championships at the Camana Bay Aquatic Centre.  The event brought together approximately 200 swimmers, including two talented Chinese swimmers,Continue reading “Crooks and Broadbelt impress at CIASA nationals”

Cayman swimmers headed to Barbados to compete in CCCAN

The Cayman Islands Aquatic Sports Association (CIASA) announced the 14-member strong swim team selected to represent the Cayman Islands at the Central American and Caribbean Amateur Swimming Confederation (CCCAN) Swimming & Open Water Championships taking place in Barbados 10-18 July. The team, captained by Sabine Ellison and Corey Frederick-Westerborg includes a number of familiar faces:Continue reading “Cayman swimmers headed to Barbados to compete in CCCAN”

Sellars registers a Sea Swim hattrick

The 2022 edition of the CUC, Flow and Butterfield 800 metre Sea Swims have all ended with the same winner.   Will Sellars of Seven Mile Swimmers, secured his third sea swim victory during the Butterfield 800m event on Saturday (May 28) held along Governor’s Beach.   “I think open water [racing] in Cayman is developing veryContinue reading “Sellars registers a Sea Swim hattrick”