Although Sunday's Triple Bypass Road Race was the third event on the Virgin Islands Cycling Federation's calendar, it was the first road race since last year's cycling season came to a halt.
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.
The Virgin Islands have been recognized as the 68th member of World Lacrosse, the international organization of the sport, the USVI Lacrosse announced on Friday.
D’Amour’s quest for a spot at the Tokyo Olympics is not over. He will compete at the final qualifying event in Paris at the Stage 3 of the World Cup on June 21.
Thursday’s meeting was convened to discuss the ongoing mediation between VIGL and Southland Gaming over the use of video lottery terminals at the racetracks.
Terry’s catch was 46-pounds shy of the $10,000 prize offered for the tournament angler who could catch the largest wahoo over 75-pounds.
The Club plans to continue both its long-standing scholarship program and community donations this year.
D’Amour finished seeded 21st in a world class field of 46 of the best archers in the world in the Men’s Olympic Recurve Division.
Stage three is scheduled for Jan. 15-17, 2021. The fourth and final stage is schedule for Feb. 12-14, 2021.
Originally planned for 2020, the Tokyo Summer Olympic Games have been delayed for a year due to the pandemic.