Tokyo Olympics: Hyman takes 7th in 100m heat

Caymanian sprinter Kemar Hyman took 7th place in heat four of the the 100-metre dash Saturday, 31 July, morning at the Olympic track stadium. Hyman, 31, clocked in at 10.41 seconds, that’s .46 short of his best time of 9.95, which is the Cayman Islands national record. His race at the Tokyo games marked theContinue reading “Tokyo Olympics: Hyman takes 7th in 100m heat”

Cayman’s Olympian Kemar Hyman returns to competition

Cayman Islands’ fastest man, Kemar Hyman, hit the track Saturday (16 January) afternoon to compete in his first official track meet in almost a year. Hyman was the starting leg in a 4×100 mixed relay and despite giving his team an early lead, second place on the podium was the final result. “We didn’t doContinue reading “Cayman’s Olympian Kemar Hyman returns to competition”

National athletes stay hopeful during allegations against the CARIFTA 2019 LOC

Its been almost one week since the Cayman Islands Athletic Association (CIAA) claimed the North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletic Association (NACAC) sanctioned a banned on Cayman’s amateur and professionals track and fielders from participating in competitions due to unpaid funds by Cayman’s 2019 CARIFTA local organising committee (LOC). CIAA President Lance Barnes wentContinue reading “National athletes stay hopeful during allegations against the CARIFTA 2019 LOC”