Summer Games

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

Posted on in London 2012
Lori fulfills her mission An incredible amount of hard work goes into preparing for an Olympic Games – and it’s not just the athletes who put in the long, weary hours. The Olympic team behind the five Cayman Islands athletes a...

Posted on in London 2012
Frasers in a Flash Brett and Shaune Fraser were in no mood for distractions as they whizzed through Heathrow Airport. The Cayman Islands swimming aces had just arrived from training camp in Dublin, Ireland and were inte...

Posted on in London 2012
Track Stars fine tune The London Olympics start this weekend and the five Cayman Islands athletes are fine tuning for the biggest challenge of their careers. Track queen Cydonie Mothersill runs in the 200 metres from 6 Au...
Interview with Bruce Blake, Team Cayman Attache The Cayman Islands team at the London Olympics has reliable, experienced officials ensuring that all their needs are taken care of and they can just concentrate on preparing for the performance of the...

Posted on in London 2012
What makes the Olympics in London so different from any Olympics before is its use of the whole city throughout the Games. No spectators in central London will ever be more than 30 minutes away from a...
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