Nicholas D’Amour took home a silver medal. He competed in the men’s Olympic Recurve Division along with 107 other athletes in his division.
A national honor has been bestowed to a Virgin Islander by the Tennis Channel, which chose John A. Richards III as one of the 50 best tennis coaches in America.
Tiphanie Yanique’s new novel, “Monster in the Middle,” takes the reader on a generational love journey that spans some of America’s most perilous moments.
The Virgin Islands Medical Society has honored Tai Hunte-Caesar M.D. with its Physician Recognition Award for her leadership and commitment as a physician during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Peters’ goal in this new position is to expand the society’s role from environmental education and advocacy to serving as community liaison.
The National Association of African-Americans in Human Resources (NAAHR) has honored U.S. Virgin Islands Director of Personnel Dayna Clendinen with the organization’s first Trailblazer Award.
Bishop-elect Jerome Feudjio is a priest of the Diocese of Saint Thomas and currently serves as a vicar general and chancellor of that See, and rector of Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral.
Tony winners Lillias White, Phylicia Rashad, George Faison, Emmy/Golden Globe winner S. Epatha Merkerson and others will celebrate Broadway’s Timothy Graphenreed.
ThomasGriffith is the Foundation’s first female chair and replaces George H.T. Dudley, who has been on the board since 2009.
With the exception of Brady Ellison and Jack Williams of the United States, Nicholas D’Amour was the highest-ranking archer in the Western Hemisphere.