The Cayman Islands Triathlon Association’s annual Ogier Stroke & Stride is back. Presented by Ogier, the Stroke & Stride 3-series race will take place Wednesday August 2nd, 9th and 16th with a 5.45pm start at Eden Rock.
Popular amongst swimmers and runners of all levels, the Stroke & Stride is designed to encourage athletes of all abilities to take part. The event starts with a sunset, sea swim – the distance of which increases each week from 400 to 600 to 800 meters – followed by a 2 mile run through towards South Sound finishing at Bar Crudo. Individuals or teams have the option to register for one, two or all three races, so there are many ways to join in the fun.
Trevor Murphy, President of the Cayman Islands Triathlon Association says, “We are excited once again to present our annual Stroke & Stride. The Stroke & Stride is one of the most popular sporting events in Cayman. We encourage all swimmers and runners to grab their suits and running shoes and take part.” Entry fees for individuals are $15 per race or $35 for all 3. Entry fees for teams are $25 per race or $60 for the series. Participants must be members of the Cayman Islands Triathlon Association. Membership costs $15 annually and is available at registration. Minimum age on race day is 13 years. Under 18's must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Commemorative T-shirts are available for the first 200 people who register so register now at www.caymanactive.com/registrations. Please note there will be no in person registration on race day.
Be sure not to run away after the final race on August 16th as there will be an awards banquet and buffet for all participants provided by Bar Crudo, with presentations for top 3 male, female and teams, as well as spot prizes for some lucky participants.
Sponsored by Aguru, Bar Crudo, X107 and Eden Rock, funds raised from the 2017 Ogier Stroke & Stride will be used to support local young triathletes and CICC – Taya Lounge.
For more information email email@example.com or check out the Cayman Islands Triathlon Association’s website at www.triathlon.ky
The Cayman Islands Triathlon Association (CITA) was founded in 1997 to promote the triathlon sport in the local Caymanian community through organized events and competition, and to encourage and support young local athletes in pursing their goals. CITA is a registered non-profit organization. Proceeds from CITA events will be used to grow local sports and foster young triathletes, by building a dedicated coaching network, and supporting them in training and competition here and abroad. In addition, a portion of all CITA funds raised are donated to local Cayman charities