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Summer Olympic Games - Faster, Higher, Stronger. While many of the world’s leading athletes compete in various sporting events around the world, no other competition can touch the special luster of the Olympic Games. These Games brought back to life in 1896, representing the pinnacle of accomplishment that athletes and coaches strive for. From the spectacle of the opening ceremonies, to the colours of the Olympic Rings, the Olympic Games and the 52 sporting events under its title are in a class of their own.  In 1976 in Montreal Canada, Carson Ebanks, Gerry Kirkconnell, and Peter Milburn became the first persons to represent the Cayman Islands at the Olympic Games in Sailing. Since that time CIOC has sponsored teams to compete in the 1976, 1984, 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008 and 2012 Games in the sports of Sailing, Athletics, Cycling and Swimming.More:
Subcategories from this category: London 2012
London 2012 Athlete Profile - Kemar Hyman, Track and Field Kemar Hyman is the newest member of the Cayman Islands Olympic Team, joining a talented group of veteran athletes. Running in the Florida Relays for Florida State University, Kemar qualified with an O...

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Hyman has lot more to give Kemar Hyman has achieved another fantastic milestone for the Cayman Islands by reaching the 100 metres semi-finals at the London Olympics. The 22-year-old sprinter ran 10.16 seconds to come fourth in...
When some of the supporters of the Cayman Islands met the athletes, coaches and officials at a lunch in central London on Friday there was an outpouring of goodwill. It was held at the luxurious Plate...
The success of the Fraser brothers in their swims at the London Olympics and the fact that the Cayman Islands has three ‘A’ standard track athletes competing is being heralded not just at home but in ...

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Hyman through to 100m semis Kemar Hyman is safely through to the men’s 100 metres semi-finals at the London Olympics. The 22-year-old Caymanian ran 10.16 seconds in his heat, coming fourth behind the USA’s Ryan Bailey (9.88), B...
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