Cayman team heads to Puerto Rico for CAC games

| 14/07/2010

(CNS): The Central American and Caribbean games kick off with the opening ceremony this Saturday in Puerto Rico where the Cayman Islands will be represented by 41 athletes competing in nine different sports. For the first time Cayman will be competing in the equestrian and the rugby sevens. The country’s athletes will also be taking part in athletics, karate, swimming, shooting, sailing, squash and Beach Volleyball. Both the Fraser brothers, as well as Ronald Forbes and Cydonie Mothersill (left) willbe representing Cayman and hoping to put the country on the medal’s table.

 
Most of Cayman’s athlete will be competing in Puerto Rico but the rugby sevens team will be playing in Guyana and the squash players in Colombia as the host country is unable to accommodate those sports.
 
The forty plus Cayman team is led by Donald Mclean the National Olympic Committee President with Bernie Bush another NOC Member. Dalton Watler is the Chef de Mission and Al Bartice the’s team’s physiotherapist.
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