According to the Road Code of the Cayman Islands, 2012, Section 3.11.5 , no vehicle at all is permitted to stop on a roundabout for any reason. If that statement is indeed true and the law, what does it say about stopping to let emergency vehicles through? I once had to suddenly stop on a […]
Tag: Cayman Islands Aquatic Sports Association
(CNS Local Life): The 30th annual CUC 800m Sea Swim took place Saturday, 12 January with 125 swimmers participating in the loop course which started and ended at Governor’s Beach. Overall first, second and third place winners finished within seconds of each other providing an exciting finish for the crowds, stated a Cayman Islands Aquatic […]
(CNS Local Life): Cayman’s National Swim Team came home last week with 14 medals from the Central American and Caribbean Swimming Confederation (CCCAN) Championships held in Aruba, clocking 10 national and CIASA records, and a CCCAN record, and notching 46 personal bests in 67 swims. Overall, CCCAN hosted 550 swimmers across all disciplines and close […]
(CNS Local Life): The Cayman Islands National Swim Team is competing at the Central American and Caribbean Swimming Championship (CCCAN) being held in Aruba, having travelled there Wednesday, 27 June. The championship takes place every other year and it has been more than five years since Cayman has sent a team.
(CNS Local Life): The third annual Fun in the Sun pre-competition swim meet took place 23 June, with swimmers from on-island learn-to-swim programmes participating in the races. Hosted by the Department of Sports, the swim schools that participated in the event were iSwim Swim School, Darren Mew Swimming & Fitness and the department’s own swim […]
(CNS Local Life): The Cayman Islands National Swim Team will be heading to the CARIFTA Aquatic Championships in Jamaica 29 March, with 36 swimmers, the largest overall squad in history. For the first time, Cayman will be competing in synchronised swimming, along with competitive age group swimming in a 50 metre pool and in open […]
(CNS Local Life): The inaugural Aquathlon Sea Swim and Run took place at Governor’s Beach on Saturday, 17 March, with 24 individuals and 27 two-person teams competing in the 800m sea swim, followed by a 3,000m run. The race, jointly organised by Cayman Islands Aquatic Sports Association (CIASA) and 345 Athletics Club, was designed to […]
(CNS Local Life): Almost 200 people attended the recent Cayman Islands Aquatic Sports Association (CIASA) awards gala brunch, which recognises both swimmers and volunteers from 7 to 70 years old for their achievements and contributions to swimming. In addition to the awards, there was a silent auction and other fundraising activities during the event.