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A Great Day for the Triple C’s 5K Walk/Run  

As Triple C School continues to celebrate their 75th anniversary, a large number of supporters, parents, staff, students, and alumni participated in the school’s 5K walk/run event on Saturday, May 13. With walkers and runners of all ages, it was truly a family affair. Even the littlest enjoyed their Little …

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Ameline takes foot off the pedal

  By Ron Shillingford [email protected] Jerome Ameline’s reputation as a fierce competitor is renowned, shown by the manic way he raced to win the Pedal 2 the Point event last month even though it was supposedly a leisurely charity ride. Burning pride does not allow him to settle for second …

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Bodden repeats Flow win

  By Paul Kennedy [email protected] Exhausted after swimming 800 metres at full pelt, John Bodden collapsed into a heap on Seven Mile Beach as he crossed the finish first in Saturday’s sea swim. Moments behind him, Rory Barrett and Zachary Moore came in second and third respectively as more than …

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Caymanians at Ultimate Football Experience

Flow held the final for its Ultimate Football Experience with Manchester United in Trinidad on May 6 and two Cayman youngsters were involved. Cody Ebanks and D’Andre Rowe of Cayman Athletic Sports Club were thrilled to be there after the 16-year-olds competed at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex in Cayman …

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Flow 800m swim returns

Sea swimmers get another chance to compete in an established event this weekend. The annual Flow 800m Sea Swim is on Saturday, May 13. The swim starts at 4 p.m., with registration from 3-3:45 p.m. It is a loop course, starting and ending at Governor’s Beach, on Seven Mile Beach. …

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Ramos determined to be Classics champ

By Ron Shillingford [email protected] The May DEW Classics cycling series started last Sunday and one of the favourites was Pedro Lopez Ramos who is determined to make that title list. Every Sunday for the rest of the month there is a cycle race in various formats. The first one was …

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Purple Dragon’s popularity rises

By Ron Shillingford [email protected] The Purple Dragon Karate School is so popular that it has to keep moving its headquarters to accommodate all its members. Now based in Compass Drive occupying the entire second floor of the Reliable Building, it outgrew its previous base at the Mirco Centre. Shihan Floyd …

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Cubans snatch Invitational glory

By Paul Kennedy [email protected] Manchester City’s youth team almost regained the Cayman Airways Invitational Youth Cup, but in the end against Cuba they came close, but no cigar. The under 15s from Havana ran out 2-1 winners in Sunday’s final at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex thanks to an Anderson …

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Taekwondo kids grab 16 medals

By Ron Shillingford [email protected] The Cayman Islands Taekwondo Academy competed in Honduras with great success two weekends ago. Eight students aged from 5-11 competed at the Mega Plaza Mall in La Ceiba in an annual competition called II Copa Elite WTF. They achieved 16 medals in total with each one …

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Invitational youth Cup kicks off

The 2017 Cayman Airways Invitational U15 Youth Football Cup got off to a solid start Tuesday, May 2, with a full slate of five matches played in two islands. Groups A and B of the 12-team tournament are being played in Grand Cayman, while Group C is being contested in …

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