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Sep
21
  1.   Run / Walk
  2.    Public
  1.   Saturday 21st Sep 2019 6:00AM
Come out to support the Lions Club of Tropical Gardens raising Breast Cancer Awareness in the Cayman Islands.  Saturday Sep 21st 2019 Cayman Brac Walk / Run Saturday Oct 5th 2019 North Side 5K Wal...

Come out to support the Lions Club of Tropical Gardens raising Breast Cancer Awareness in the Cayman Islands. 

$25 Adult Registration. $10 Age 8 to 12. FREE Under 8's
(no event shirts for FREE Under 8 entries)

Register online at www.caymanactive.com/registrations

 Route: Out and back from the Brac Reef Resort.

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  2.   Layman Scott Hi...
Sep
20
  1.   Health
  2.    Public
  1.   Friday 20th Sep 2019 5:00PM
We're delighted to announce the 7th Annual BIG SHAVE will take place on Friday 20th September, at Cricket Square. Please save the date as we unite to conquer childhood cancer. Thanks to you and the C...

We're delighted to announce the 7th Annual BIG SHAVE will take place on Friday 20th September, at Cricket Square. Please save the date as we unite to conquer childhood cancer.

Thanks to you and the Cayman community, over the past 6 years we’ve raised over US $2 million for St Baldrick’s to fund the most promising childhood cancer research worldwide. Hannah’s Heroes have funded 9 separate research grants at some of the most prestigious research institutes across the US, where researchers are working on life changing treatments and cures.

In the last 40 years, only 5 chemo/gene therapy drugs have been approved by the FDA specifically for childhood cancer, compared to hundreds of drugs approved for adult cancers. What's more, nearly all of the chemo drugs still used on children were developed in the 1970s.

You can get involved in several ways. 

  • REGISTER NOW to get shaved;
  • ORGANISE a dress down day or a bake sale at work; 
  • DONATE, if shaving's not for you - every dollar makes a difference.

Do all this and find out more at www.stbaldricks.org/events/hannahsheroes

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your ongoing support.

Gaylene (Hannah’s Mum) & the Volunteer Team

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  2.   Other Grand Cay...
Sep
18
  1.   Run / Walk
  2.    Public
  1.   Wednesday 18th Sep 2019 5:45PM
The Annual Wednesday Night Running Club 11th Annual Handicap 5km Race Series will be held on:     Wednesday 18th September - 6pm   Wednesday 16th October - 6pm   Wednesday 1...

The Annual Wednesday Night Running Club 11th Annual Handicap 5km Race Series will be held on:

 

 

    • Wednesday 18th September - 6pm

 

    • Wednesday 16th October - 6pm

 

    • Wednesday 13th November - 6pm

 

 

These races are a fantastic opportunity for runners of ALL ABILITIES to improve their personal best 5km time. Due to handicapped start times, this race is a fast dash to the finish between runners of every ability. The past 9 winners have been runners of very varied pace and experience. This really is a competition for everyone!

 

All three races will begin and end on Safehaven Drive between West Bay Road and Esterley Tibbets Highway. The 5km route will have a staggered start based on runners pre-allocated start time. If you don't run with us on a Wednesday then get in touch and we can give you a handicap time.

 

There will be awards for the top 3 points scoring runners across the series, the overall winner also have their name engraved on the coveted Jim Kelly Trophy. There will also be trophies engraved with fastest male and female runners across the series. Awards will be presented at the WNRC Race Series dinner social (date TBC).

 

This event is open to all runners interested in participating. Runners not known to the club are asked to get in touch before the race to allocate handicaps. To be in contention for the overall series trophy, runners must have run with WNRC prior to the race series and make themselves known to a committee member. Runners who have not run with WNRC before are welcome to participate in the series but will only be able to win the fastest male and fastest female trophies awarded for the fastest time over the three races.

 

This year we are trying to go plastic free so please bring your own water for the end of the race. The planet will appreciate it.

 

Wednesday Night Running Club meets every Wednesday at 6pm outside World Gym (except for the 3 Wednesdays of the race series). The club is open to all levels of runners and is completely free. Come along any Wednesday and ask for Tony or Nicola. For more information on WNRC add us on Facebook or email wednesdaynightrunningclub@gmail.com

 

DISCLAIMER - The roads will not be closed during the races and the route will not be marshalled. Runners are responsible for their own safety during the run and need to be aware of traffic. Wearing light coloured clothing, reflective strips and lights is advised.

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  2.   Safe Haven Driv...
Sep
17
  1.   Ball Sports
  2.    Public
  1.   Tuesday 17th Sep 2019 5:30PM
Are you looking to brush up on your scorekeeping skills? If so, you're in luck! We'll be hosting a scorekeepers clinic for people of all ages and all abilities on Tuesday, September 17th. We'll be set...

Are you looking to brush up on your scorekeeping skills? If so, you're in luck! We'll be hosting a scorekeepers clinic for people of all ages and all abilities on Tuesday, September 17th. We'll be set up in the gymnasium at FBC.

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  2.   George Town Gra...
Sep
15
  1.   Triathlon
  2.    Public
  1.   Sunday 15th Sep 2019 6:45AM
There will be two FREE build-up events in the Triathlon Training Series available to CI Triathlon Association members this year.  Transition will open at 6am, with the ‘race’ starting at 6.45am. Rac...

There will be two FREE build-up events in the Triathlon Training Series available to CI Triathlon Association members this year. 

Transition will open at 6am, with the ‘race’ starting at 6.45am.

Race 1: Sunday September 15th:

  • Sprint Build-Up distances: 375m swim, 6.2 mile bike and 1.55 mile run
  • Olympic Build-Up distances: 750m swim, 12.4 mile bike and 3.1 mile run


Race 2: Sunday October 13th:

  • Sprint - distances to be confirmed
  • Olympic – distances to be confirmed


These races are all self-supporting. CITA will provide water and ice in the transition area, however athletes are encouraged to bring any additional refreshments or equipment they feel they will need. The courses will be marked but with limited marshals and open roads.

All participants are required to be CITA members. If you are not a CITA member you can register now for just $15 for the year.

This is a fun series designed to help athletes train and prepare for race day. Please be mindful and supportive of the new athletes on the course for the first time!

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  2.   Governor's Beac...
Sep
14
  1.   Swimming
  2.    Public
  1.   Saturday 14th Sep 2019 4:00PM
The Cayman Islands Aquatic Sports Association and Foster's present the 35th Annual Foster’s 800m Sea Swim.  After the 800m main event there will also be a 400m swim for ages 12 and under. WHERE: G...

The Cayman Islands Aquatic Sports Association and Foster's present the 35th Annual Foster’s 800m Sea Swim. 

After the 800m main event there will also be a 400m swim for ages 12 and under.

  • WHERE: Governor’s Beach, West Bay Road.
  • TIME: 800m Swim starts 4pm. 12&U 400m Swim follows.
  • REGISTRATION: Governor’s Beach from 3pm to 3:45pm
  • CUT-OFF TIME: 40 Minutes from Race Start
  • COURSE: Loop – Start and Finish at Governor’s Beach

ENTRY FEES:

  • 800m CIASA Members: CI$10 for children and CI$15 for adults
  • 800m Non-Members: CI$15 for children and CI$20 for adults
  • 400m Ages 12 & Under: CI$10

800m AWARDS: Trophies for first, second and third places in all age groups. T-shirts and refreshments for all participants.

400m: Ribbons and refreshments for all participants.

If weather conditions threaten the safety of the swimmers or organizers, the race may be cancelled at the discretion of the Race Director.

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  2.   Other Grand Cay...
Sep
14
  1.   Run / Walk
  2.    Public
  1.   Saturday 14th Sep 2019 7:30AM
An annual series of 2 mile fun runs held on the first 3 Saturdays in September. 2019 Dates: Saturday Mornings 7th, 14th and 21st September. Start: 7:30am on Walkers Road, opposite former John Gray H...

An annual series of 2 mile fun runs held on the first 3 Saturdays in September.

2019 Dates: Saturday Mornings 7th, 14th and 21st September.

Start: 7:30am on Walkers Road, opposite former John Gray High School.

Route: A 2-mile loop beginning on Walkers Road opposite the former John Gray High School, then on to South Church Street before finishing on Denham Thompson Way.

Entry Fee: Under 15 FREE / CI$25 Whole Series / CI$10 single Race(s)

Divisions: M/F U12, 12-14, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+, Pram & Pet. 

Awards and Scoring:

  • Awards will be presented to the top 3 male and top 3 female point scorers overall in the series and also to the top 3 male and female scorers in each age group.
  • Pet and Pram division awards are not based on gender.
  • Overall award winners will not receive age group awards.

Points will be awarded each week to the first 10 male and 10 female finishers overall and also in each age group and Pet and Pram. In the case of ties in aggregate points by competitors in a category ,the award will be presented to the person who achieves the fastest time.

Online registration will be available at www.caymanactive.com/registrations
Late registration possible on the day from 6:30am to 7:15am.

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  2.   Walkers Road Gr...
Sep
14
  1.   Health
  2.    Public
  1.   Saturday 14th Sep, 2019
On Saturday 14th September 2019, countries across the region celebrate Caribbean Wellness Day.  Healthy ageing is important to all of us at every stage of our lives. While healthy ageing starts at bi...

On Saturday 14th September 2019, countries across the region celebrate Caribbean Wellness Day. 


Healthy ageing is important to all of us at every stage of our lives. While healthy ageing starts at birth, and is influenced by genetics, a large percentage of our interactions with our physical and social environments, can shape our behaviours and experiences across our life course.


For this reason, Caribbean Wellness Day 2019 focuses on improving the quality of life of the ageing population, with the slogan, Healthy Ageing Starts Now.


Caribbean Wellness Day (CWD) is observed every year on the second Saturday of September. The annual event is geared at increasing awareness and promoting activities to address non-communicable diseases (NCDs), which are recognised as a threat to one’s wellbeing, and continue to severely impact the health, economy and development of Caribbean countries and territories.

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  2.   Island-wide Cay...
Sep
11
  1.   Fitness
  2.    Public
  1.   Wednesday 11th Sep 2019 5:45PM - Wednesday 18th Dec 2019 6:30PM


NEW Program - every Wednesday, 5:45 PM to 6:30 PM



SSSC Members: $5 drop in.



Non members: $10


 


info@squash.ky


Sep
11
  1.   Other
  2.    Public
  1.   Wednesday 11th Sep, 2019
Please join us for a social bike ride from Paradise Restaurant to Westbay Bypass with a stop at the accident's site for a candle vigil in memory of our departed friend, Geoff Cornwall. Geoff was trai...

Please join us for a social bike ride from Paradise Restaurant to Westbay Bypass with a stop at the accident's site for a candle vigil in memory of our departed friend, Geoff Cornwall.

Geoff was training for his second Ironman Cozumel when his bike collided on the morning of September 11th, 2018.

He may be gone but the memories he left behind will live forever.

Start: Paradise Restaurant, George Town

When: 5:00am on Sept 11th, Wednesday

What: Social ride and a candlelight vigil

For the non-cyclists, you are more than welcome to join the vigil at the accident's site on the Esterly Tibbett's Highway.

 

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