Varsity and junior varsity softball and baseball student-athletes, will compete on April 15-17 and April 22-24, at the D.C. Canegata Ballpark on St. Croix. Students from St. Thomas will travel to St. Croix to participate.
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.
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.
Eddie Lovett opened his outdoor track and field season with 13.47 seconds in the 110-meter hurdles.
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.
Track and Field competitions are set to begin in the territory. Clearance to proceed with practice and competitions has already been received from the Department of Health.
Fishing will be in U.S. Virgin Islands waters only; there is discounted early registration, no pre- or post-party, and a socially distanced weigh-in and dock-side prize-giving.
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.
Eduardo Garcia, a graduate of University of Florida, has won the USA Track & Field (USATF) South Carolina Male Long Distance Runner of The Year award for 2020.
Sailors in some classes solidified their lead in this second day of racing in the 47th annual St. Thomas International Regatta (STIR). Others lost the top spot they held yesterday.