Cydonie Mothersill speaks out after olympic disappointment Cayman’s sole woman Olympian, sprinter Cydonie Mothersill, said yesterday she was deeply sadden for her inability to perform at the London Games, both disappointed and frustrated by the injury that ma...

Posted on in General News
Donald McLean, President of the Cayman Islands Olympic Committee, is generally pleased with how the five Olympians performed. Shaune and Brett Fraser worked their magic in the pool and Kemar Hyman re...
Mark Scotland, Minister of Sports, was at the London Olympics to see the Cayman Islands team perform. The Fraser brothers, Shaune and Brett, did exceptionally well in their swim events reaching semi-f...

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Forbes looks ahead Ronald Forbes stumbled towards the end of his 110 metres hurdles heat at the London Olympics on Tuesday to finish eighth and failed to go through to the semi-finals. Forbes, 27, was the third and fin...
London 2012 Athlete Profile - Ronald Forbes, Track and Field Ronald graduated in Liberal Arts from Florida International University and currently trains in Miami, Florida. Ronald has qualified for the 110 meter hurdles event, making this his second appearance a...
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