Fraser motivated after missing medal Brett Fraser came up just short of making history for the Cayman Islands in Glasgow, but he is far from downtrodden. In fact, Fraser, 24, feels upbeat about his chances in the 50 meter freestyle ...
Hyman races Cayman out of the blocks Kemar Hyman officially launched the Cayman Islands athletics team into action in Glasgow. Hyman, 24, would advance to the semi-finals of the 100 meter sprint at the XX Commonwealth Games in Scotla...
Jervis serves up more brilliance Julian Jervis continues to turn heads on the court for the Cayman Islands. Jervis, 16, advanced to the semi-finals of the consolation plate singles event at the XX Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotl...
Shooters on target for the future As the Cayman Islands shooting team wraps up in Glasgow, they can walk away with guns held high. The clay shooters aim for their final targets in Scotland, at the XX Commonwealth Games, on July 29. ...

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Brett Fraser starts well Brett Fraser has started the Cayman Islands on the right foot in Glasgow. Fraser, 24, advanced to the semi-finals of the men’s 50 meter butterfly at the XX Commonwealth Games in Scotland. Fraser w...
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