Along with St. Lucian kids, Cayman has the most slothful kids on the planet, a health survey published in April claims.
2010 has been a year where several new Seven Mile Beach developments have completed construction. New condominium complexes like Beachcomber, Renaissance...
Swimming in the Cayman Islands is the most successful and popular
sport and that is evident by the size of the annual Flowers Sea Swim. In
fact, it has become so popular that it is now restricted to 800
entrants. Ron Shillingford reports.
Boxing in Cayman is set to soar mainly because the new state-of-the-art gym is becoming a magnet to aspiring champions. Ron Shillingford reports.
Sports tourism is constantly in the news as a source of untapped revenue in the world recession. The annual Flowers Sea Swim attracts the largest number of visitors to these shores of all the sports events. Journal journalist Ron Shillingford looks at how sea swims could increase tourism dollars.
Cayman's squash profile has risen spectacularly on the international circuit recently and with its next major event approaching, at Camana Bayin a couple of months, that burgeoning reputation will go up a couple more notches, writes Journal journalist Ron Shillingford
The last 18 months of this decade will go into the record books as one
of the most tumultuous times, ever – not only for real estate sales,
but financial markets and business overall. It is a fitting end to a
difficult decade, which has challenged most of us in the Cayman
Islands, starting from the year 2000.
Cayman’s track and field athletes are a hard working bunch; their haul of international medals over the years has proven that. They generally get a medal or two at the annual Carifta Championships, which is always held over the Easter break
Despite the economy in the last few years, some of the new Multiple Listing Service listings for homes and condominiums have been coming onto the market at progressively higher prices.
We may be in the midst of a world recession and things have not been too rosy financially for Cayman this year but at least the sports scene has remained buoyant, writes Journal journalist Ron Shillingford.