The Puerto Rico Track and Field National Championships were held from June 3-5 in Carolina, Puerto Rico.
The catch of a 14.9-pound dolphin fish (mahi-mahi) earned St. Thomas’ Greg Hodges the Top Angler prize at the Virgin Islands Game Fishing Club’s (VIGFC’s) Annual Dolphin Derby held June 4.
This week, archers from all across North, South and Central America, as well as the Caribbean, arrived in Halifax for an international archery competition, the first-ever Youth and Masters Pan Am Championships.
Michelle Smith, Mikaela Smith, Maia Campbell and Malique Smith all won gold at the Memorial Day Southern Showdown in Stockbridge, Georgia.
Twenty-three teams participated in the meet that was held in the Atlanta area, and the St. Croix Track Club Mustangs finished in 8th place with 133 points.
A strong will and sense of determination helped push the territory's U-15 baseball team onto solid footing during a weekend tournament in the Dominican Republic.
The pandemic has been extremely harsh on student-athletes of the United States Virgin Islands, but it has been particularly unsportsmanlike to the sport of soccer.
D’Amour competed in the World Cup Stage 2 in Gwangju, South Korea. Fifteen of the top 20 ranked archers in the world competed in Gwangju this week. D’Amour is presently ranked number 10 in the world.
The Virgin Islands are traditionally known as a sun, sand and sea destination, but with events like the USVI Cup, that’s all changing.
The U.S. Virgin Islands Soccer Association’s (USVISA) Technical Department has announced that its practical coaching session, scheduled May 16-18, is suspended until further notice.