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Nearly 100 tennis players from the Virgin Islands, the Caribbean and several U.S. Mainland states are expected to compete in the Choice Wireless VI Open Tennis Tournament, set for Feb. 12-16 and hosted by the St. Thomas Yacht Club (STYC).
Eleven high school varsity teams from three islands met to vie for championship titles at the IAA/McDonald's Martin Luther King Jr. Basketball Invitational Tournament on Friday, Jan. 16 through Sunday, Jan. 18, at the Ivanna Eudora Kean High School gymnasium.
A group of dedicated runners participated in The 30th Annual Martin Luther King Fort-To-Fort 15.5 Mile (25K) Memorial Run on Sunday morning on St. Croix, according to a press release issued by The Virgin Islands Pace Runners.
As he has before, Shane DeGannes led from start to finish first among men in Sunday’s Martin Luther King Jr. 5K Run. Teenager Talisse Thompson continued her dominance of the women’s races in good time.
The USVI Soccer Association has announced the release of its new newsletter, “The Blast.”
Impressive performances at the Congressional Cup, Etchell Worlds, and the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games are just a few of the reasons why Taylor Canfield has been awarded the coveted title of ‘2014 Virgin Islands Sailor of the Year’ for the second year in a
The Virgin Islands teams did well in Washington, D.C., at the Second Annual Dunbar Christmas Tournament. Sherelle George and Shirvel Luke scored in double figures to lead Charlotte Amalie High School (CAHS) over Central High, 65-52, in an all Virgin Islands final to win the Dunbar
It’s been a busy year for road runners on St. Croix -- lots of miles logged, calories burned, memories made. The running of the 32nd Cane Bay 5-Mile Road Race (also called the Jingle Bell Run) on Saturday morning saw a group of over two dozen runners came out to the pictures