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Commonwealth Games Team announcement   Dear Members,   CIASA is proud to report that the Cayman Islands Olympic Committee (CIOC) / Cayman Islands Commonwealth Games Federation has named the official Cayman Islands Commonwealth Games team that is set to compete at the XXI Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia from the 4th-15th April, 2018.  The Cayman Islands will be represented by 22 athletes, across 7 sports - Athletics, Boxing, Cycling, Gymnastics, Shooting, Squash and Swimming. The four Swimmers representing the Cayman Islands are:   David Ebanks - 50m Breastroke and...

Swimmers start 2018 with a splash Grand Cayman, 26 January 2018: In sports a quick reflex and fast start is always good – and that is just what the 2018 competitive swim year experienced with two meets taking place in the first three weeks of January, and a number of swimmers travelling overseas to represent Cayman at the inaugural UANA Cup. First at the blocks was the combination Friday Night Lights and EY Sprint Meet, taking place Friday 5 and Saturday 6 January – a great opportunity early in the...

the 10 most important things to know and understand about swim meets for both the parents and the swimmers. These are in no particular order.  Please, take the time to read through and understand these concepts. Many of you may already know these things but the reinforcement at the start of the season is always needed. 1. No swim meet is professionally run. Though sometimes they are incredible events, everyone on deck running and operating the meet is a volunteer and no different from anyone watching in the stands. This...