October 1, 2022

Cayman Islands swimmers and athletes do us proud at CARIFTA

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12672092_1046040462105641_2862601444551090206_oCayman Swimming results

Cayman Islands swimmers won 15 medals at the 2016 CARIFTA Swimming Championships, in Martinique.

They won 12 medals in the pool and three more in the open water portion of the competition.

Sabine Ellison’s 43 points were the second-highest total in the 11-12 year old girls division.

Day One

Holly Stradling – silver (800-metre freestyle)

Ria Plunkett – bronze (800-metre freestyle)

John Bodden – bronze (1,500-metre freestyle)

Sabine Ellison – gold (200-metre breastroke)

Day Two

Lauren Hew – gold (100-metre backstroke)

Sabine Ellison – gold (400-metre IM)

Day Three

Sabine Ellison – silver (200-metre IM)

Corey Frederick-Westerborg – bronze (200-metre IM)

Sabine Ellison – gold (50-metre breaststroke)

Cole Morgan, Edward Weber, Jonathan Key and John Bodden – silver (4x200m relay)

Day Four

Sabine Ellison – gold (100-metre breaststroke)

Lauren Hew – gold (200-metre backstroke)

Day Five – Open Water 5K

Catriona MacRae – Gold

John Bodden – Gold

Ria Plunkett – Bronze

Cayman Track results

daneliz_thomas-carifta-45Cayman Islands athletes won seven medals at the 2016 CARIFTA Track and Field Championships, in Grenada.

Lacee Barnes and Dominic Dyer each won a pair of medals.

Barnes she won gold in the under-18 girls shot put and added silver in the discus.

Dyer won bronze in the boys under-18 1,500 and silver in the 3,000.

Daneliz Thomas won the under-18 girls javelin throw with a distance of 45.97 metres.

Jamal Walton won silver in the boys under-20 400-metres with a time of 46.23 seconds, a World Junior Championships qualifying time.

Rasheem Brown won a bronze medal in the boys under-18 110-metre high hurdles with a time of 14.05 seconds.

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