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.
The VITFF will continue to focus on the development of the sport for all age-groups and to build on long-standing relationships with the public and private schools, other institutions and the V.I. government.
The St. Thomas Yacht Club Board of Directors is pleased to announce next year’s dates for two of the Caribbean’s favorite regattas and the second annual of a soon-to-be major international regatta.
Stage three is scheduled for Jan. 15-17, 2021. The fourth and final stage is schedule for Feb. 12-14, 2021.
Incoming president Keith Smith presented the gathering with spirited words as he introduced the elected board members who will lead the federation for the upcoming four years
With a vision towards increasing the number of premium soccer competitions for senior women national teams, the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football has introduced a revamped format of competitions in the region.
The USVI Soccer Association Senior Men’s National Team will return to international competition. The team will begin the round one match schedule with a home game against Antiqua/ Barbuda on Saturday, March 27, 2021,
Of the select “Road To Tokyo” group of V.I. National Track and Field team members, Eduardo Garcia is the only one competing presently due to the impact of COVID-19.
The Pan-American Lacrosse Association includes member nations from North, Central and South America, and the Caribbean. Incorporated in 2018, PALA is headquartered in Auburndale, Fla.