Cayman Islands Triathlon 2017

I've said in the past that, for such a tiny place, Cayman boasts some incredible restaurants and a lot of things to do. Another thing it has a lot of is sporting events. I guess in pursuit of striking some sort of balance between all the eating and drinking, and making the most of the beautiful outdoors we're surrounded by, people in Cayman like doing sport.

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A healthy dose of Vitamin Sea

A couple of weeks ago I took a SUP-Yoga lesson. For those of you that don’t speak sports, that’s yoga on a paddle-board, combinging the art of balancing on an oversized surfboard with breathing techniques designed to focus your mind, to contort your body into different strengthening and stretching poses. 

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The Flowers One Mile Sea Swim, Grand Cayman

Grand Cayman is home to the world's richest open water swimming events with over 900 swimmers taking part in a one-mile race every June. Until this year I’ve managed to stay dry watching the event from the beach and marveling at the hundreds of people taking on the challenge alongside Olympic athletes. This year the company I work for pledged to sponsor the entry fees for anyone wanting to take part and so, with considerable peer pressure, I put my name down.

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