Caymanian swimmers James Allison, Alison Jackson, Lauren Hew and Liam Henry returned home after hitting the pool inside the Etihad Arena through 16-21 Dec., for the 15th FINA World Short Course Swimming Championships.
The Cayman Islands is set to close out its international swimming campaign with four athletes (Alison Jackson, James Allison, Lauren Hew and Liam Henry) representing at the 15th FINA World Short Course Swimming Championships in Abu Dhabi this weekend.
The 2021 Junior Pan American Games has come to an end for Cayman’s swimmers. Representing the country at the inaugural competition was four of Cayman’s long course national record holders.
‘John Gray Swim Club’ is the latest addition under the Cayman Islands Aquatic Sports Association banner. Leading the charge for the new team is Ryan Mushin who is currently the Senior Swimming Instructor with the Department of Sports. With John Gray now being established under CIASA as of Monday (November 15), swimmers competing for theContinue reading “Mushin takes lead at newly formed swim club”
Caymanian swimmers Alison and Sarah Jackson opened their 2021/22 swim season for the University Northern Colorado (UNC) this past weekend at the CMU Intermountain Shootout.
Several swimmers from the Cayman Islands’ junior national swim team competed at the Bahamas Aquatics’ National Swimming Championships last week where they took 51 podium places.
Jake Bailey cross the finish line first clocking 10 minutes and 47 seconds ahead of 91 other swimmers during the 18th Annual Butterfield Sea Swim.
Local swim enthusiasts turned out in their numbers for the Annual Lions Sprint Meet at The Lions Aquatic Centre on Saturday 15 May.
Caymanian swimmer Jillian Crooks continued her record breaking trend in the pool during the UANA Olympic qualifier in Clermont Florida on, 29 April.
The 2021 CARIFTA Swimming Championships that was previously scheduled to take place from March 26 to April 7 has been postponed indefinitely due to the growing cases of COVID-19 in Barbados. On Wednesday (27 January), Barbados Amateur Swimming Association (BASA) President Cheryl Lady Forde issued a statement on why the decision was made. “An ExecutiveContinue reading “CARIFTA Swimming Championships postponed again due to Covid-19 spikes in Barbados”