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  • December 13, 2021 8:13 AM | Osbert Francis (Administrator)

    The Cayman Islands Athletic Association’s (CIAA) 2021-2022 Season kicks off at the Truman Bodden Stadium this Saturday (December 18) at 2:00pm with the staging of an Odd-Events Meet.

    The loss of seasoned campaigners  from  last Year’s Season, such as Michael “MD” Smikle, DeJaughan Murray, Devonte  Howell and Karim Murray, to overseas schools, will provide  an opportunity for athletes  such as Ashantae Graham, Tori-Ann Gonez, Danielle Bailey, Jermaine “Farmer” Brooks, Bradley Erskine, Kashief Dawkins, Najee Gordon, Samuel Campbell, Derrick Francis, Errol Smith, Neil Brown,  Renia Smith, James Crooks, Michail Michelin,  Jacob Kelly, Deneisha Taylor, Alliyannah Anderson, Rachel Pascal, Renadra Powell, Anthony Chin  Jr., Rianna Rankin, Tayvana Myles, Brianna Smith, Aimee McKenzie, Rheann Best, Jaheim Ebanks, Jouri Ebanks and Jamar Ellis to showcase their talent and show that they are equal to those athletes  lost from last Season and equally  capable of exciting local  fans and recording exceptional feats.

    The Meet will provide events in the Under 7, Under  9, Under 11, Under 13, Under 15, Under 17, Under 20 and Open categories and Registration Forms are available at the  Association’s website, htpps://   Entries  are to be submitted no later than Wednesday 15th December 2021.

  • December 12, 2021 9:29 PM | Osbert Francis (Administrator)

    The Cayman Islands  Athletic Association (CIAA) started its  2021-2022 Season this past Saturday (December 11) with an initial training session for aspiring Officials at the  Truman Bodden  Stadium.


    A total of 17 persons attended the first in a series of such training sessions and were taught the basics involved in the officiating the Long, Triple and High Jump events under the guidance of Coaches Tyrone Yen and Carl Morgan. Long time National Coach Kenrick Williams provided officiating insight on the Shot Put, and Javelin events. CIAA First Vice President Osbert Francis guided the enthusiastic participants in respect of timing and placement, whilst Second Vice President Maxine Anglin did the honors with respect to track events


     CIAA President, H. Delroy Murray welcomed the participants and thanked them for the interest that they had shown and urged them to learn more about the tasks that they had undertaken while promising them that this was the first in a series of continuing education for officials with the hope being that they would go on to be certified officials in the future.


     The training sessions is part of the CIAA’s planned program of taking the sport beyond its current state by expanding the areas of competition with the introduction of non-traditional events such as the pole vault, steeplechase, multi-discipline events, cross-country runs, Kiddy’s athletics and community-based meets.

    The CIAA is dedicated to forward and succession planning, based on the implementation of a specialized training program that will identify and provide wholistic training for athletes for the quadrennial Olympic Games. In this regard the Association has identified the first set of these athletes for the 2024-2032 Olympic Games cycles. This performance-based talent identification process will be ongoing, fluid and adaptable. The names of the first identified athletes will be revealed in a subsequent press release.
  • December 03, 2021 3:47 PM | Osbert Francis (Administrator)

    Shalysa Wray and Lacee Barnes, joined by Coach Williams, competed for the Cayman Islands  at Panam Sports' Cali 2021 Junior Pan American Games. this past week.

    Lacee turned in an impressive second best of her career in the discus, hurling the implement 51.00m, just shy of her 51.52m personal best mark.

    Shalysa ran a personal best of 53.47 in her 400m final surpassing her Olympic 2020 performance of 53.63.

    Both athletes with there performances achieved 5th place finishes in their respective events.

    Congratulation Shalysa and Lacee from the CIAA and its members.

    See pictures and videos from the meet here.

  • December 01, 2021 12:21 AM | Osbert Francis (Administrator)

    The Cayman Islands Athletic Association (CIAA) will be hosting a one (1) day seminar on “All About Athletics” for members of the public who are interested in officiating at Track and Field events for the upcoming Season and beyond. The seminar will take place at 10:00am on Saturday December 11 at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex (TBSC) and participants will be taught the roles and functions of officials at a Track and Field Event and how the various disciplines in the sport are judged and decided on.

    Participants will have the opportunity to learn about the different responsibilities of track and field officials, as well as many of the important rules and recommendations with regards to each disciplinary component of a Track and Field Meet, including guidelines that officials have to follow to ensure the safety of athletes, coaches, and spectators.

    This is the first in a series of planned events by the Association under its umbrella role of governing the sport, increasing community awareness of the sport and of growing the sport both from a participatory as well as a community involvement level. 

    Register for the event.

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