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    The grand finale of the fifth annual 2018 DG’s 5K Challenge took place on Grand Cayman on Sunday, 29 April with more than 2,000 participants.

    The record-breaking crowd, led by Deputy Governor Franz Manderson, was raising money for Meals on Wheels, Feed our Future and the Kiwanis...
    The grand finale of the fifth annual 2018 DG’s 5K Challenge took place on Grand Cayman on Sunday, 29 April with more than 2,000 participants.

    The record-breaking crowd, led by Deputy Governor Franz Manderson, was raising money for Meals on Wheels, Feed our Future and the Kiwanis Buy-a-Kid-Breakfast Programme. Participants blanketed the route in blue as they walked and ran the 5K, beginning and finishing at the Government Administration Building.

    His Excellency the Governor, Mr. Anwar Choudhury, Minister Roy McTaggart, Minister Joey Hew, and Minister Dwayne Seymour were among the high-profile people attending the event.

    “We had an absolutely tremendous turn-out today,” said Mr. Manderson. “It was fantastic to see so many people from across the community come along and support these great charities. I thank each and every person who supported the event to help make it such a success.

    After a competitive race, the overall fastest male runner was Victor Magalhaes in a time of 17:52.2. The overall fastest female runner was Tiffany Cole in a time of 19:35.9.
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  • The Deputy Governor’s 5K Challenge was held for the first time on Little Cayman on Sunday, 22 April 2018, with nearly half the population signing up for the event. More than 60 people registered and around 45 actually participated in the walk/run, which was raising money for a “grow box” at the... The Deputy Governor’s 5K Challenge was held for the first time on Little Cayman on Sunday, 22 April 2018, with nearly half the population signing up for the event. More than 60 people registered and around 45 actually participated in the walk/run, which was raising money for a “grow box” at the island’s two-student school.

    “We had a great time on Little Cayman, with an amazing turnout for our debut there,” said Deputy Governor Franz Manderson. “As our focus is on wellness and nutrition this year, it’s fitting that the children learn how to grow their own vegetables.”

    The winner of the Little Cayman race was George Weston from Harneys law firm, who has been working in the Cayman Islands since the company’s offices in the British Virgin Islands were hit by a hurricane at the end of last year.

    Little Cayman residents Stafford Ambersley and Ian Crocker, took second and third place, respectively.

    The event had a distinctly laid-back island vibe, with chocolate croissants at the half-way point, and some participants facing a short delay while a plane crossed the route.
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