Tournament participation falls in line with the USVI Soccer Association’s (USVISA) objectives to enhance, assist, develop and promote the game of soccer constantly throughout the territory.
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.
The USVI Soccer Association Men’s National program is preparing for the upcoming Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) Group ‘A’ and Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) World Cup 2022
Michelle Smith won second and fourth place finishes at the Southeast Showdown in Birmingham, Ala., on Monday, Feb. 15.
March 26-28 launches three days of keen competition in one of the world’s top yacht racing destinations. The warm-up distance-style Round the Rocks Race on March 25 adds another great way for sailors to socially distance at sea.
Bryan Directs Funding to Sports, Parks and Recreation to Repave Tennis, Basketball, Paddleball Courts
The project to repave and reline 42 courts at 21 facilities in the U.S. Virgin Islands is funded with part of a $2.2 million Capital Improvement Project grant.
The fourth and final stage will be held from Feb. 12-14. All four stages of the Indoor Archery World Series Finals have been held remotely.
The USVI Soccer Association Technical Department has been diligently working on keeping youth players active, engaged and interested in the sport of soccer since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This past weekend, representing the U.S. Virgin Islands, Nicholas D’Amour competed in the World Archery – Indoor Archery World Series, Stage 3. D’Amour shot an impressive 585 to remain in the top echelon of archers worldwide.
For nearly three decades, the IOR has been recognized throughout the Caribbean and the world for providing a great skill-sharpening grounds for top sailors and an excellent entry-level platform for juniors new to the sport.