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Sailors excel in UK

Cayman opti sailors had a terrific time representing their country at the recent British Nationals regatta held in Weymouth, England. Will and Olivia Jackson, George and Ava Hider as well as Matheo Capasso, participated in this historical regatta, as the British Nationals celebrated its 70th year anniversary on July 31-Aug. …

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Best feet forward

More than 180 runners and walkers hit the pavement Saturday morning to support the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre. Cayman Islands Institute of Professional Accountants’ fifth annual charity 5K/10K has become a regular on the local running circuit. This year, the race started and finished at Cricket Square with the course …

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Larner’s hip thwarts ambition

Derek Larner is a gutsy runner renowned for doing well on the international masters circuit but his recent competitive races were a painful experience. After his fall in the USATF steeplechase mid-July Larner’s hip continued to give him problems and as a result, the European Championships in Aarhus, Denmark three …

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Hale bows out injured

The Stroke & Stride series signifies that the summer break is over and the long haul to be in peak shape for the Cayman marathon and triathlon at the end of the year has begun. Stroke & Stride finished last Wednesday, the third of a series of two-mile runs and …

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Legends set for football and track clashes

East End is the place to be Sunday if you want to see good football from days gone by and also help raise much needed funds for a local charity. The Clash of the Legends match will kick-off in the evening but before the players take to the pitch, there’s …

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Football and a fry-up – the greatest hangover cure 

You can’t argue with science. That’s just the way it is.  A leading professor at the University of Keele in the United Kingdom carried out a study and determined the best way to cure a hangover is with a fried breakfast.  Professor of psychology, Richard Stephens says the carbohydrates contained in a full English will …

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Cayman kicks off well

The Cayman Islands Under 15 Boys’ National Football team opened the 2017 CONCACAF Under 15 Boys’ Championships with a 3-2 victory over Aruba at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida. Corey Smith was the deciding factor in a tightly contested encounter on Sunday as he slammed home the winner late …

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Summer touch heats up

After seven rounds of the Tradeview Markets Corporate Summer Touch Rugby League 2017 there is all to play for at the top of all three divisions. With teams suffering from the inevitable absences due to vacation, work commitments and the distractions of Cayman life, squad numbers are being tested and …

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Panthers and Vipers deadly again

As the flag football season charges on, the 2017 Men and Women’s Premier League intensified over the weekend at the Ed Bush field in West Bay. The first contest of the day was between the HSM Vipers and Red Stripe Wolverines. Reigning champions Vipers currently have the most points of …

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Academy triumph at Schwan Cup

Talk about needed extra baggage space – Academy Sports Club certainly did after returning from a football tournament in the United States. They won not one, not two but THREE trophies. The Under 10 boys time won the Schwan Gold Cup, the Under 12 girls picked up Silver, while the …

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