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David Pursley

The Emmanuel Brown Memorial North Sound Crossing Stingray athletes aim to raise $15,000 during 6-mile ‘Swim in Memory’ Stingray Swim Club, Grand Cayman, 27 July 2020: On Saturday, 8 August, a group of senior athletes from Stingray Swim Club will attempt to swim across the North Sound in honour of Emmanuel ‘Manny’ Brown, who died tragically in a boating accident one year ago. Manny lived a life in service to others as a police officer, football referee and owner of the Jungle Float water attraction. He was a father of...

David Pursley

Pete Ribbins Memorial Consolidated Water Meet Stingray Swim Club, Grand Cayman, 21 January 2020: Cayman Islands swimmers battled it out in the pool last weekend during the first competitive swim meet of the year. Hosted by Stingray Swim Club, the 2020 Pete Ribbins Memorial Consolidated Water Meet featured competition from swimmers of all ages, including athletes attempting to achieve qualifying times for April’s Carifta Swimming Championships in Barbados. The Pete Ribbins Memorial meet took place from 17-19 January at the Lions Aquatic Centre, with swimmers from Stingray (SSC), Camana Bay...

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Andy Copley

Do you have Instagram? If you do log on and now and check out Stingray swimmers trending right now @swimswamnews Stingrays gold and senior swimmers did a kick and flip drill last night which we posted and got picked up this morning by the swimming publication. Within 2 hours the video had over 1000 hits, more than 100 comments and had been reposted a dozen times, including by Scottish Swimming!

On a bright Saturday afternoon, Stingray's swimmers young and old punished the competition here in Cayman and on the coast of North Carolina. Andrew Smilley started the day off right by winning his division and placing second overall in the Mott's Channel Swim, a 1.3 swim held on the shores of North Carolina. Smilley finished the course in just over 23 minutes giving him his best finish in a sea swim so far this year! Smilley is using this as a trial run event for the 2015 World Special Olympic...