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Swimming

Why swim? Cayman is surrounded by the cleanest, clearest blue seas and temperatures that draw us to the water year-round… Swimming is a non-contact, low-injury sport... Everyone competes, not just the best... Progress is directly related to individual effort... Conditioning carries over to other sports... Swimming challenges the cardio-vascular system and improves strength and endurance... Children develop lifelong skills for safety and fitness. Ready?

Stingray Swim Club Annual Awards

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Stingray Swim Club (SSC) celebrated its swimmers at its Annual Awards Banquet at The Westin Grand Cayman on Sunday 22nd June. The 2013-2014 season, characterised by successes and personal growth; ...
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Caledonian Global Swim Meet

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The 2014 Caledonian Global Swim Meet, hosted by the Stingray Swim Club of Grand Cayman at the Lions Aquatic Centre, took place June 6th-8th and as the last swim finished the score was Cayman Swimming ...
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Celebration with the Olympians Dinner

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The 22nd Annual One Mile Sea Swim, which set a new record with over 960 registrants this year, hosted Olympians and elite swimmers at a variety of events leading up to the swim – one of which was...
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Butterfield 800m Sea Swim

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The 12th Annual Butterfield 800M Sea Swim saw 127 swimmers take to the beautifully clear waters off Seven Mile Beach on Saturday, May 24th 2014. Results are now available from the link below. Reg...
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Flowers Sea Swims - One Mile, 5k, 10k

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This year's Flowers Sea Swim One Mile Open Water experience is on Saturday June 14th, 2014. This will be the 22nd Annual Flowers Sea Swim and it's going to be bigger than ever! If you're feeling e...
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The Cayman Swimming community is encouraged to publish their major news and announcements here on CaymanActive. You may still wish to check these relevant websites too:

CIASA - CI Amateur Swimming Association
CBAC - Camana Bay Aquatic Club
SSC - Stingray Swim Club