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  • May 01, 2023 4:08 PM | Osbert Francis (Administrator)


     Course: Starts and ends at Ristorante Pappagallo, Conch Point Road, West Bay.
     Start Time: 6:30 a.m. (Walkers) and 6:45 a.m. (Runners). Check-in time starts at 5:30 a.m. (to receive numbers (all
    participants) and race chips (for runners). Note: Registration closes at 6:15 a.m.
     Fee: CI$15 Adults and CI$10 Youth (Under 17).
     Registration:  1) Click on Download Registration Form Link above. Complete, scan and e-mail the form to
      2) Register and pay online at
      4) Download the PDF form from CUC’s website at (click on “Events” under the
    “About Us” tab on the Home Page). Complete, scan and e-mail the form to
      5) Forms can also be dropped-off and payments made by cash or cheque (payable to CUC) at CUC’s
    Administration Building on North Sound Road from Monday, May 1 to Wednesday, May 17 between
    9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Participants who register online can also collect their t-shirts and ‘power’ bag from
    CUC between May 1 and May 17. Note: There will be no registration on the day of the event.
     Amenities: Participants will receive a t-shirt (sizes are not guaranteed), participation medal and ‘power’ bag. Light
    refreshments will be provided and trophies for the fastest and second fastest male and female finishers in
    the Adult and Youth (Under 17) divisions will be presented at the end of the event along with a number of
    Spot Prizes including vouchers for Cayman Airways and CUC Gift Certificates (you have to be present to win)
     Contacts: CUC’s Pat Bynoe-Clarke (914-1107), Jessica Pawlik (914-1164), Japhia Augustine (914-1136) and Neil Murray
    (914-1110) or e-mail or Cayman Athletics at

  • April 08, 2023 5:38 AM | Osbert Francis (Administrator)

    The 50th CARIFTA  Track & Field Championships opened this  evening  in  Nassau,  Bahamas  with  an impressive opening ceremony program depicting a sampling of the  cultural life   and music of the host nation along with the traditional march pass of the  competing teams including a  smart looking 21 strong Cayman Islands team lead  by  co-captains  Brianna Smith and  YaNelli Dawkins. 

    Prior  to the  opening ceremony  the  athletes  had their first workout  at the  Stadium under  the watchful  eye of Coaches  Holness and  Williams and  were later  visited  at their base at the  Breezes Resorts  where they were  addressed  by  the  President,  First  Vice-President  and  General-Secretary of  Cayman Athletics.  All three   stressed the  importance of the  athletes striving  to improve  on their Personal Bests for the  events in which they are competing.

    News from the  camp  was that last Year’s Under 17 Boys High Jump  Silver medalist, Andrew Stone, will forego competing in this  event due  to a strain  but will be present to challenge for another Gold medal in the Under 20 Boys Long Jump,  where he will  renew rivalry with the two athletes, he beat at last Year’s Championships for the Gold medal.

    Competition will commence tomorrow morning at 9:00am local time with the following athletes slated to compete: Arion Wright in the Boys Octathlon, Aaliyannah Anderson in the Under  17 Girls  100m  and Jaden Reid and Devonte Howell in the Boys Under 20 100m.

  • February 25, 2023 7:38 AM | Osbert Francis (Administrator)

  • June 10, 2022 12:52 PM | Osbert Francis (Administrator)

    The Cayman Islands Athletics Association (CIAA) has signed a marketing and sponsorship management agreement with local events and communications firm, Kelly Holding Limited (KHL), as part of the organisation’s campaign to raise its profile in the community and build some important partnerships with the private sector.

    KHL will work with the CIAA executive to create an overall sponsorship deck for the association which consists of multi-level annual corporate sponsorships and special event packages. The team will also manage CIAA’s existing sponsors and help the organisation find other opportunities for fundraising.

    “Over the years, CIAA has been unable to raise sufficient funds with which to cater for its programmes and projects. These programmes are set to expand under the current administration, thus making it imperative that the association obtain proven professional guidance and service in this regard,” said Delroy Murray, CIAA President. “Kelly Holding Ltd. is a leader in the field of sports sponsorship, promotion and event management both here in Cayman and around the region. Their team has a proven track record, and the executive is confident that we will achieve our sponsorship and fundraising objectives with their guidance and expertise.

    For more information about the Cayman Islands Athletics Association and sponsorship opportunities, call 943-3839, email or visit

  • June 08, 2022 10:30 AM | Osbert Francis (Administrator)

    A year long Track & Field bragging rights, along with the first hold of the Franz Manderson Civil Service Track & Field Championships Trophy, are on the line when Teams representing the Royal Cayman Island Police Service, Her Majesty’s Prison Services, the Cayman Islands Fire Service, The Cayman Islands Regiment, and the Education & Sports Departments square off at the Truman Bodden Stadium this Saturday, starting at 3:00pm. Unfortunately, there will be no representation from the Customs and Border Control Services and the General Registry.

    The teams will compete in both Male and Female Divisions on the track in the 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500, 4x100m and 4x400m events. In addition, there will be mixed sex 4x100 and 4x400m events.

    The Field events in both Male and Female Divisions will be in the Long Jump and Shot-Put categories, while there will a mixed sex Tug of War Competition.

    With the non-participation of the General Registry and Customs and Border Control Teams the rules of competition have been amended to:

    • 3 athletes per team per individual track events. The winner of each heat will advance to the Final plus the athletes with the next six best times.
    • The Relays are an all-Finals event.
    • Person competing in the Mixed Relays cannot compete in the Straight sex Relays.
    • Mixed Event Relay Teams will consist of 2 Females and 2 Males and can run in whatever Order the Team Deems fit.
    • The Tug of War Teams will consist of 3 Males and 3 Females and will now be contested on a round robin basis in the first round with the fifth placed team being knocked out of the competition and the remaining four going on to a knock-out round, where the winners will battle for the gold and silver medals and the losers with battle for the bronze medal.
    • 2 athletes per team per individual field events, where each athlete will have three attempts during the competition.
    • Points in the individual events are 8,7,6,5,4, from 1st to 5th and in the Relay and Tug of War events are 16,14,12,10,8.

    The Meet is the first to involve primarily adult athletes and is part of the Association’s drive to broaden the depth of the sport and to scout talent for International competition.

  • April 10, 2022 11:12 PM | Osbert Francis (Administrator)

    At the end of  three days of intense and enthralling rivalry Red Bay Primary School emerged as and, in the process, retained their hold on the Inter-Primary Track & Field Championship trophy with an overall team score of 284.90 points to  Prospect’s 272, Joann Clarke’s 232.50, Cayman  Academy’s 179, Cayman Prep’s 165.20, George Town’s 151, Sir John A Cumber’s 127.20,  Cayman International’s 99, Theoline McCoy’s 97, Triple C’s 564, North-East’s 53,  and First Baptist’s  53, First Baptist 50, St. Ignatius 23.20, Sister Island’s 18 and Homeschool’s 1  point.

    Prospect and Red Bay both  topped the Girls Division with 136.50 points each, followed by Joanna Clarke (106.50), Cayman Prep (95), George Town (78), Cayman Academy (72), Sir John A Cumber (46.50), Cayman International (46), Triple C (46), Theoline McCoy (39), First Baptist (17) North East Schools (14) St. Ignatius (13) and Sister Islands (8).

    In the  Boys Division Red Bay emerged on top of Standings with 142.40,  followed by Prospect (127.5), Joanna Clarke (124), Cayman Academy (97), George Town (73), Cayman Prep (58.20), Theoline McCoy (54), Sir John A Cumber (52.20), Cayman International (49.50), North East Schools (39), First Baptist (33), Sister Islands (10), Homeschool (1).

    A total of 11 records fell in the Meet. In Division  2, Cayman International’s Sophie Clyne  23.02 in  the Girls  150m established  the new  standard for the event, whilst in the same  Division Red Bay’s Nathaniel Haye rewrote the books by winning the  Boys Long Jump with a leap of 4.16m.

    In Division 3 the impressive looking duo of Oshwaney Johnson’s (20.76) and Jahriah Ngyou (21.70) of Theoline McCoy and Prospect, respectively are now the record holders for that Divisions Boys & Girls 150m, respectively.

    The  Champion’s Gabriella Linton was  responsible for toppling the only record to fall in Division 4 when she shot putted 7.20m in the winning the Girls event.

    It was in Division 5 that most records fell with six new standards being created. Prep’s  Heidi  Hayward  won  the High Jump with  a new record clearance of 1.25m in a close   competition with Sir John A, Cumber’s Bella Persaud (1.25m) who lost on the countback. George Town’s  Jeleah Maize’s  was the standout athlete of the Championships creating two new marks. She was impressive when  establishing  the new 13.65 in the Girl’s 100m and 27.81 in the 200m. First Baptist’s Keion McLean was also a triple record breaker  in the Division when he not only won the equivalent sprint events for  the Boys with new record times of 13.28   (100m) and  27.50(200m), but also went on to establish a  new record for the Boys  Long Jump with a  leap of  4.47m.

    Attention now turns to the Carifta Games to be staged in Jamaica this  Easter weekend and the Inaugural Civil Service Track & Field Championships to be staged on the 30th April at the Truman Bodden Stadium.

  • March 26, 2022 5:51 PM | Osbert Francis (Administrator)

    In her second outdoor showing, representing UTS Lacee Barnes bettered her own National Record in the Discus and increase her to 51.67m

    Date Accomplished: March 26, 2022
    Distance:  51.67 Meters
    Placement @ Event:  4th
    Event : Clyde LittleField Texas Relays
    Note:  Season Best, Personal Best

  • March 25, 2022 5:23 PM | Osbert Francis (Administrator)

    At the end of  three days of intense rivalry John Gray High School emerged as and, in the process, retained their hold on the Inter-Scholastic Track & Field Championship trophy with an overall team score of 975 points to  arch rivals, Clifton  Hunter High’s 881.50. Cayman  Academy  confirmed their position as the top private school with 257 points for third overall position, whilst Layman Scott High (170.50), Cayman Prep (162), Cayman International (128), Dual Entry UCCI  (128), CIFEC (108), Grace Christian  Academy (94), Triple  C  (63) and St. Ignatius Catholic  School (51) were the  other schools scoring points in the contest involving some 15 High Schools and  entities.

    A total of 8 records fell in the Meet. In the Under 12 Girls Division, John Grays Ayiah Walton erased  the old standard of 8.27m with toss of 8.78m in the Shot Put, while in the Male  equivalent in the same Division  her teammate, Calvin Taylor did likewise with a 11.42m throw to shatter the old mark of 9.81m. In the Under 14 Boys Shot Put event, William Prince of John Gray put his name in the record books with a distance of 11.36m to surpass the previous best of 10.37m. His teammate  Andrew Stone was  responsible for two records in the Under 16 Boys Division where he dismantled both the Long Jump and High Jumps records  with  leap of 6.71m and a clearance of 1.95m surpassing the previous best of 5.98m and 1.90m  respectively. In  the same Division Dual Entry’s Josh Gardener continued his relationship with the 1.95 mark, when for the fifth team this  Season he ended  with a clearance of 1.95m also but finished second overall for the event on the count back. Homeschool’s Tayvanna Myles equaled Aijah Lewis’ long-time benchmark of 1.55m set in 2014 when she bowed out of the High Jump competition at 1.55m in the Under 16 Division. John Gray’s Aljandro Barret beat Leroy Malcolm’s 33.59m in the Under 16 Boys Discus when he tossed the Disc  35.82m. Probably the  most interesting result came in the Under 12 Girls 400m. Before the start of the Meet,  the record stood  at 1:13:54  and in the  Heats five  of the athletes bettered that mark going into the Finals with John Grays Crystal establishing a new record time of 1.07.74. She would  erase that mark in the Finals when she again rewrote the record with a new standard of 1.07.14, with the  top four athletes going below the mark that existed prior to the start of the Meet.

    A breakdown of the  Team Scores show that Clifton Hunter won the Girls Division with 459.5 points followed by John Gray (444.50), Cayman Prep (126), Cayman Academy (99), Dual  Entry UCCI (68), Layman  E Scott (66), CIFEC (65), Grace Christian (62), Cayman International (56), St. Ignatius Catholic (37) and UCCI (20).

    In the Boys Division John Gray topped out with 530.50 points, followed by  Clifton Hunter  (422), Cayman academy (158), Layman E Scott (104.5), Cayman International (85), Dual Entry UCCI(60), Triple C (45), CIFEC (43), Cayman Prep (36), Grace Christian (32) and Homeschool  (24).

    The only disappoint at the Meet was the non-participation in the Under 20 Division, where registered athletes did not turn up to compete.

    Attention now turns to the Inter-Primary Championships  to be staged between 6th to 8th  April 2022 at the Truman Bodden Stadium.

  • March 07, 2022 8:17 PM | Osbert Francis (Administrator)


    In what promises to be one of, if not the most competitive CUC Youth and CARIFTA GAMES TRIALS in the past decade, the Islands top Youth and Junior athletes are all set to dazzle at this weekend’s CUC YOUTH and CARIFTA GAMES TRIALS on Friday and Saturday.

    The competition which is scheduled to commence at 5:00pm on Friday 11th March and 2:00pm on Saturday 12th March will have as its main attraction those athletes competing in the Under 17 and 20 categories in the hope of qualifying for the National Team to compete at the Carifta Games to be staged in Kingston, Jamaica between the 15th and 18th days of April 2022.

    In the Under 17 Girls category, Aaliyannah Anderson with times of 12.30; 12.59; 12.76 and 12.43 will be hoping that Kristina O’Connor (13.12;13.38) can both push themselves to best the automatic consideration mark of 11.13 over the 100m. In the 200m Anderson has bettered the standard of 25.65 with a clocking of 25.62 and both young ladies will be gunning to run faster than the qualifying mark. In the field events Jade Wright will be looking to improve on bettering her Carifta consideration distance of 28.65m in the Javelin at the Truman Bodden Classic, a fortnight ago, to cement her place on the Team.

    In the Under 17 Boys category Anthony Chin Jr. (1.70m) in the very first Meet of the Season came very close to eclipsing the Qualifying standard of 1.78m. Bouncing back from injury sustained at the same Meet he was impressive in jumping 6.05m in U17 Boys Long Jump .40m short of the established mark for consideration, which was won by Andrew Stone with a winning distance of 6.58m which bettered the standard. Stone also bettered the standard of 1.78m in the Under 17 Boys High Jump with a clearance of 1.85m. Both youngsters are again expected to push each other in these events. On the track, competition will be keen the 100m sprint event as Rashawn Robinson (11.9; 11.66 and 11.45 Michail Michelin (11.72 and 11.61) along with Jerrel Maize (11.32; 11.52 and 11.41) will push each other to obtain the ultimate goal of the U17 Boys qualifying standard for consideration of 11.13 seconds.

    In the Under 20 Women’s events many time National Representatives Ashantae Graham and Brianna Smith have already presented the Selectors with marks that surpass the qualification standards for selection. Smith has twice bettered the mark of 9.73m in Discus events with throws of 10.44m and 10.29m, while Graham has bettered the Long Jump qualifying distance of 5.39m with a leap of 5.43m. She will also compete in 100m and 200m events in that Division. 2019 Carifta Games Under 17 Bronze Medalist, Rachel Pascal will need to bring her A-Game to the event in order to make the qualifying mark of 33.96, as so far this Season she has only recorded a distance of 31.76m in the Javelin Throw.

    The real excitement at the Meet is likely to be in the Under 20 Men’s sprint events, where three athletes have already ran below 11 seconds this Season. Leading the pack is Jamaican based Jaden Reid (10.59), Florida based Devonte Howell (10.66) and locally based Jamar Ellis (10.91). Not to be left out of reckoning are Adrian Ebanks (11.06) and Alex Gordon (11.29). All five of these athletes are likely to lead the charge in the 200m where Reid heads the pack with a 20.91 clocking. In the field Josh Gardener, who has cleared heights of 1.90m, 1.95m, 1.95m, 1.95m and 1.95m will make a further attempt at clearing 2.00m for the first time, being aware that this is a height that he will need to clear in order to medal at the Carifta Games.

    Registration Forms are available online at

  • February 16, 2022 10:08 PM | Osbert Francis (Administrator)

    On Friday, February 12 - Caymanian, 100m hurdler Rasheem Brown participated at the Clemson Tiger Meet representing North Carolina A & T University where he returned times of 7.73sec, 7.65sec and 7.68sec on the 60mh. His semi-finals time of 7.65 was his Personal Best for the event and placed him number 5 on the 2022 NCAA Division 1 Performance List.

    At the same Meet, his long-time Primary and High-School rival, Karim Murray, representing  Clemson  University, continued lowering his Indoor times with each race with a clocking of 49.70 over 400m.

    The impressive performance continued for under  20 sprinter, Jaiden Reid, running  for Jamaica College in Kingston Jamaica. Reid ran an impressive 10.91 over the  100m and improved upon his previous time of 10.95 time.

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