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Mar
22
  1.   Run / Walk
  2.    Public
  1.   Sunday 22nd Mar 2020 6:00AM - 9:00AM
Save the date for our 2020 Fred Speirs 5K Walk/Run fundraising event for the Fred Speirs Vocational Grant. The grant was founded in memory of Rotarian and educator Fred Speirs who was an avid supporte...

Save the date for our 2020 Fred Speirs 5K Walk/Run fundraising event for the Fred Speirs Vocational Grant.

The grant was founded in memory of Rotarian and educator Fred Speirs who was an avid supporter of our youth and Rotaract Blue.

It is a scholarship given to students between 16-30 years who wish to pursue, or are currently pursuing a technical/vocational programme locally or overseas.

Aug
31
  1.   Run / Walk
  2.    Public
  1.   Saturday 31st Aug 2019 6:00AM
Runners and walkers of all levels are invited to this fun event which raises funds for theYMCA of the Cayman Islands. Two distances: 10K Runners 5K Runners and Walkers Click here for the route...

Runners and walkers of all levels are invited to this fun event which raises funds for theYMCA of the Cayman Islands.


Two distances:



  • 10K Runners

  • 5K Runners and Walkers


Click here for the route. 10K runners will do the loop twice. Registration is CI$25 which includes breakfast provided by Amazon Cafe and entry into the raffle prize drawing. This is a chip-timed event. 


New this year... Corporate Challenge. Pick your top five 5K runners including at least one female. The teams times will be averaged and the fastest time wins!


About this year's charity:


The YMCA of the Cayman Islands is a cause-driven, non-profit organisation working to strengthen the community with a focus on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Through the Extended After School Programme, Day Camp, Teen Leaders, Little League and family-based programmes, the Y reaches over 30% of Cayman's school-aged youth across Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac. The Y's 2019 Annual Caring Campaign raises funds to offer financial assistance which allows everyone the opportunity to participate in YMCA programmes.  

Nov
24
  1.   Run / Walk
  2.    Public
  1.   Sunday 24th Nov 2019 6:30AM
Cayman Rugby 7s fundraiser. We hold this fundraiser to raise funds for Cayman Rugby 7s, however we also hold this to get the family active. We encourage the family unit to participate and offer suppor...

Cayman Rugby 7s fundraiser. We hold this fundraiser to raise funds for Cayman Rugby 7s, however we also hold this to get the family active. We encourage the family unit to participate and offer support to help you achieve your fitness goals!

Physio will be on site to assist with any needs. 

7 ways to participate:

1) Run 2) Walk 3) Bike 4) Roller blade 5) Scooter 6) Skateboard 7) Stroller

Members of the team will be participating this year and a special prize will be given to quickest person to beat any member of the team that completes the 5K WITH A RUGBY BALL IN HAND!

Oct
20
  1.   Run / Walk
  2.    Public
  1.   Sunday 20th Oct 2019 5:30AM - 9:30AM

Come out to our 2nd Annual "Be a Hero" 5K Walk/Run happening on Sunday, October 20th , 2019 at Hero's Square. 

Jul
26
  1.   Other
  2.    Public
  1.   Friday 26th Jul, 2019 - Sunday 11th Aug, 2019
The 2019 Pan American Games, officially the XVIII Pan American Games, will be held in Lima, Peru from July 26 to August 11, 2019. The Cayman Islands will be represented by 6 athletes across 4 sports:...

The 2019 Pan American Games, officially the XVIII Pan American Games, will be held in Lima, Peru from July 26 to August 11, 2019.


The Cayman Islands will be represented by 6 athletes across 4 sports:



  • Athletics;

    • Kemar Hyman - 100m



  • Gymnastics;

    • Raegan Rutty - Floor, Vault, Uneven Bars, Individual All-Around



  • Sailing;

    • Jesse Jackson - Laser Standard



  • Swimming;

    • Brett Fraser - 50m Free, 100m Free, 100m Butterfly

    • John Bodden - 200 Butterfly, 400m Free, 1500m Free

    • Lauren Hew - 50m Free, 100m Free, 200m Free




The Cayman Islands first competed at the Pan American Games held in San Juan, Puerto Rico 1979. 


Since that time we have competed in every edition for a total of 10 Games to date. The 2019 Games will be our 11th. Prior to 2019 Cayman has won 1 Gold, 4 Silver and 1 Bronze within the last 8 years.

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Jul
22
  1.   Ball Sports
  2.    Public
  1.   Monday 22nd Jul 2019 9:00AM - Friday 26th Jul 2019 1:00PM
SSSC SUMMER SQUASH CAMP   Week 1: July 22nd – 26th 2019 Week 2: August 12th – 16th 2019 Time: 9:00am – 1:00pm Cost: $225.00 per week Or $50.00 per day   Details are being finalized but we ar...

SSSC SUMMER SQUASH CAMP


 


Week 1: July 22nd – 26th 2019


Week 2: August 12th – 16th 2019


Time: 9:00am – 1:00pm


Cost: $225.00 per week


Or


$50.00 per day


 


Details are being finalized but we are sure to have loads of fun!

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  2.   George Town Gra...
Jul
06
  1.   Ball Sports
  2.    Public
  1.   Saturday 6th Jul 2019 8:30AM
The 2019 RF Group RAN Men’s and Women’s Sevens will take place in George Town, Cayman Islands over the weekend of July 6th and 7th, 2019. Truman Bodden Stadium will be the venue for the international...

The 2019 RF Group RAN Men’s and Women’s Sevens will take place in George Town, Cayman Islands over the weekend of July 6th and 7th, 2019.

Truman Bodden Stadium will be the venue for the international sevens tournament which serves as a qualification event for the Games of the XXXII Olympiad Tokyo 2020 to take place July 24th through August 9th, 2020.

Gates open 8:30am both days.

1 Day and 2 Day Tickets available.
See www.caymanrugby.com for details.

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Jul
20
  1.   Other
  2.    Public
  1.   Saturday 20th Jul, 2019
To celebrate Women's Dive Day 2019, Dive Tech will bring together women hand in hand an attempt to break their own world record! The event will take place at DiveTech's shore diving site, LightHouse ...

To celebrate Women's Dive Day 2019, Dive Tech will bring together women hand in hand an attempt to break their own world record!


The event will take place at DiveTech's shore diving site, LightHouse Point and their ambition is to break their own world record, which they set in July 2018 when 86 female divers created a human chain along a 300ft line suspended at 15ft.


The event last year raised US$3000 for the Breast Cancer Foundation and we hope we can exceed that total this time, with your help!


The aim is to have 100 Women COME ON LADIES WE CAN DO THIS!!


Tell all girls/lady divers you know. This is your chance to go down in history and help out the Foundation at the same time.


Spaces are first come first served basis, due to safety and operational reasons, please call DiveTech as soon as possible to book your spot, CI$25 secures your place.


Please call with card details & for further information - 345-946-5658 (local) or our toll-free number 1-877-946-5658 (US/Canada only) 07.30am - 5pm EST with your credit card details (AMEX not accepted) or drop into the dive shop.


They will need the following information:



  • Name (ages if younger than 16);

  • Experience level, and approximate date of the last dive;

  • If you need any rental equipment, if so, what size do you take for BCD, fins etc.. Rates for a BCD & regulator combination is 30 USD. All payments for equipment rental will be donated to the Cayman Breast Cancer Foundation;

  • How much weight will you need?

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Nov
09
  1.   Other
  2.    Public
  1.   Saturday 9th Nov 2019 12:00PM - 2:00PM
Get creative and enter the Pirates Week Cardboard Regatta! Lots of prizes to be won, including $1,000 in cash! There will be two divisions this year: Senior (Co-Ed) and Juniors (16 & under Co-Ed)...

Get creative and enter the Pirates Week Cardboard Regatta!

Lots of prizes to be won, including $1,000 in cash! There will be two divisions this year: Senior (Co-Ed) and Juniors (16 & under Co-Ed), as well as a prizes for the best "sinkers", thanks to Kirk Freeport! 2nd prize is $500, and 3rd prize is $250.

All vessels must be made out of “corrugated cardboard” only. No resin or wax-type coating found in packing cases may be used, nor any floatation aids such as wood, metal, Styrofoam, or plastic. All team members must wear like colored shirts, Fancy dress is encouraged. 2-4 team members per crew.

Cardboard can be collected from Kirk Market.

For more info: events@piratesweekfestival.com 

It's paddle or sink mateys!!!!

Jun
24
  1.   Health
  2.    Public
  1.   Monday 24th Jun, 2019 - Saturday 29th Jun, 2019
The Health Services Authority (HSA), Cayman AIDS Foundation and Cayman Islands Red Cross will once again join forces in coordinating activities to mark HIV Testing Week to be observed in the Cayman Is...

The Health Services Authority (HSA), Cayman AIDS Foundation and Cayman Islands Red Cross will once again join forces in coordinating activities to mark HIV Testing Week to be observed in the Cayman Islands from 24-29 June. This is in support of the National Testing Day and Regional HIV Testing Day observed on 27 June.


-- Check the event timeline posts for testing venues and times --


Testing centres will be available across all three Cayman Islands. Persons who are seeking testing or counseling may indicate to the registration clerks that they would like to register for free HIV testing. The procedure involves a quick and simple blood test. No appointment is necessary during the specified times on the HIV schedule and wait times will be short.


“The purpose of these annual observances is to ensure people get tested for HIV in order to know their status, get linked to the care and treatment services they need should they be diagnosed with the infection,” said Laura Elniski, HIV and STI Programme Coordinator at the HSA.


HIV Testing Week in Cayman, more specifically, provides an opportunity for the public to take advantage of free HIV testing that are offered and to become educated about prevention and protection against HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. “There is a need for people in the Cayman Islands to better understand how HIV is and isn't transmitted and to be reminded of the importance of testing. Testing may lead to treatment and treatment stops transmission,” Ms Elniski stated.


According to the global organisation, UNAIDS, research has shown that HIV treatment is so highly effective in reducing the transmission of HIV that people living with HIV with an undetectable viral load due to treatment cannot transmit HIV sexually. This has prompted UNAIDS to launch its “Undetectable = Untransmittable” campaign.


“This has incredible impact on the lives of people living with HIV and is a powerful message to address HIV-related stigma, discrimination and social exclusion, which threatens to undermine global efforts to address the diagnosis of HIV, and treatment and care of people living with the virus,” Ms Elniski said.


Since AIDS first appeared, considerable progress has been made worldwide in reducing new HIV infections and AIDS-related deaths. "Knowing your HIV status is key and this is done through testing,” Ms Elniski said.


The results will be available within three working days or less and will be given to the patient in person only, at the clinic where they took the test. This is to protect the confidentiality of the individual and to offer post-test counseling.

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