February 25, 2017

Theft of boat from Governor’s Sound discovered Thu, 23 February

From RCIPS Last Thursday, 23 February, the RCIPS received a report of the theft of a boat from its secured anchorage inside Governor’s Sound near the mangroves in the vicinity of the Cayman Islands Yacht Club.  The boat is a 27’ center console, white in color, with a torn Bimini brown top laid down in […]

Cayman Islands’ Off The Beaten Track Ultra-Marathon just around the corner

The 8th annual Off The Beaten Track 50k ultra-marathon and relay will again be taking runners off road thought the trails, brush, beach and back roads of Cayman. Taking place on Sunday February 26th, 2017, this race continues to grow each year in numbers and excitement and this year will be raising funds for their […]

Cayman Islands’ Kareem Streete-Thompson joins the Broadcast team for Flow CARIFTA Games

Flow Sports Premier today announced Caymanian Kareem Streete-Thompson will join the team of commentators for the Flow CARIFTA Games 2017 broadcast which will take place over the Easter Weekend in Curacao. He’ll be joining veteran Caribbean journalists that include Nadine Liverpool, internationally renowned sports broadcaster and host of Flow Sports Premier Weekly and Dalton Myers, […]

RORC Caribbean 600

Phaedo takes line honors in RORC Caribbean 600 From Sailing World After a hard fought battle with Maserati, Phaedo took the lead to cross the line 12 minutes ahead and claim line honors. Phaedo3 held on to win the battle of the trimarans, just 12 minutes ahead of Giovanni Soldini’s Italian MOD70, Maserati. The high-speed […]

Force Blue holds fundraiser at Ocean Institute to help veterans [Cayman Islands first deployment]

By Kristina Pritchett From Dana Point Times  A national organization aiming to help veterans learn new skills used the Ocean Institute as the location for their fundraiser recently. Force Blue, a 501(C)(3) is working to give former combat divers and Special Operations veterans a chance to learn and explore some of the most critically endangered […]

Google and Bing to deprecate piracy websites

Press Association From The Guardian UK Illegally streamed live football matches and pirated films and music will be hidden under new plan to crackdown on pirating Internet users will find it harder to search for pirated films and music and illegally streamed live football matches under a new plan to crackdown on piracy websites. Search […]

Cayman Islands’ Off The Beaten Track sees community youth team race again

A group of young local athletes are currently training for one of Cayman’s most challenging and unique sporting events of the year.  These young runners, called the Solomon Harris Speedsters, will be taking on the 8th annual Off The Beaten Track 50k ultra-marathon and relay route, through tropical bush, sandy beaches and the back roads […]

Antigua: RORC Caribbean 600 race kicks off Monday (20)

By studio-imagina.it From Sail -World Giovanni Soldini and his international crew aboard the high-tech offshore trimaran, Maserati Multi70, are facing uncharacteristically light wind conditions in Antigua for the start of the RORC Caribbean 600 Race on Monday February 20. Soldini’s men have been monitoring the weather situation closely after the formation of a low-pressure storm […]

Dwight Yorke ‘treated like a criminal’ when he was refused entry to US

By Simon Robb for Metro.co.uk Former Manchester United striker Dwight Yorke said he was ‘treated like a criminal’ when he was refused entry to the US last week. Yorke, 45, was travelling to the Caribbean when he was barred from boarding a connecting flight via Miami on Friday because he once played a match in […]

Cayman Islands kids Gaelic Football Club starts the season with a bang!

On Saturday February 11th 2017, the DART Kids Gaelic Club hosted the ‘Start of Season Blitz’ at the Camana Bay CIS Football Pitch. 65 children turned up and togged out in the first training session of the year, in the Cayman sunshine, early on Saturday morning. With 15 coaches on hand to assist with the […]