John Gray High School (JGHS) retained its place as Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Champions for the fifth consecutive year after three days (March 22-24) of intense competition at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex. Outstanding performances from divisional champions Krystal Campbell (under 12), Jaysean Seymour (under 12), Martine McKenzie (under 14), Jeremiah Rankin (under 14), Andrew StoneContinue reading “John Gray retains Inter-Secondary School title for fifth year straight”
Cayman’s Olympian Shalysa Wray ran a new best time in the 400 metres, Thursday (December 2) evening at the 2021 Junior Pan American Games, in Cali, Colombia.
Following her fifth-place performance at the 2021 Junior Pan American Games, Lacee Barnes shined light on the importance of mental health.
Cayman’s track-and-fielders made their presence known at the 2021 under-18, under-20 and under-23 North America, Central America and Caribbean (NACAC) championships in Costa Rica, claiming five podium places. Cayman’s medals haul at the National Stadium in San José, with Lacee Barnes taking gold in discus, throwing 47.34 metres. Barnes went on to capture a bronzeContinue reading “Cayman earn several podium places at NACAC champs”
John Gray High School retained its place as Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Champions after two days (March 11-12) of grueling competition at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex. Outstanding performances from fourteen-year-old Devonte Howell, who won the under 16 boys 100-meter dash in 10.81 seconds and secured gold medals in the U16 200-metre dash, 400-metre run, theContinue reading “John Gray wins Inter-Secondary Championship”
On Thursday and Friday (5-6 February), primary schools across Cayman Brac and Little Cayman came together to host the annual Cayman Brac & Little Cayman Inter-Primary School Sports Day with students from each school competing in either of two houses-the Hornets and the Chargers. The event, held at the Cayman Brac Sports Complex, showcased theContinue reading “Hornets wins Sister Islands Combined Sports Day”
Cayman Islands’ national athlete Shalysa Wray now holds the 6th fastest 400m time ever ran by a female competing out of Kansas State University (KSU). The 21-year-old KSU sophomore ran the 400m at her school’s DeLoss Dodds Invitational indoor meet Saturday (30 Jan.) morning and took first with a new personal best at 54.06. “IContinue reading “Wray deemed 6th fastest 400m runner in Kansas State University history”
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”
Caymanian sprinter Jamal Walton has transferred from Texas A&M University to Florida State University (FSU). The 22 year old joined Texas A&M in December 2018 where he captured several school and NCAA records during his two year enrollment. Walton says leaving his old school was bittersweet. “Putting myself in a portal and looking for aContinue reading “Walton transferred to Florida State University”
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”