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Although the feature event was the Olympic-distance race, many triathletes opted for shorter distances and took on the Sprint and Try-a-Tri races instead.
The 19th Annual 8 Tuff Miles Road Race and the St. John Cancer Fund have joined forces to present the 8 Tuff Miles Festival.
The Togetherness appeared to be heading for their first victory of the season when they took an early 2-0 lead against the Laraza in the St. Thomas Region's Thursday night action at the Lionel Roberts Stadium. However, it turned out to be a seesaw battle,
St. Croix angler Beth Basinski took the top angler prize in the Virgin Islands Game Fishing Club's Wahoo Windup, landing a 42.35 pounder in the event that concluded Nov. 2.
The second annual stand-up paddleboard race, Friends Paddle the Park, was held on Sunday, Nov. 2. Spirits were high as paddlers gathered at picturesque Maho Bay to paddle in celebration of the Virgin Islands National Park’s beautiful beaches and waters.
Colin Brego is an Antilles School junior who placed second over the weekend at the Cressy Singlehanded National Championship in Bellingham, Wa. He represented the Antilles team at this pinnacle event, which pitted the top 18 laser sailors from high schools all over the nation agai
The Virgin Islands Track and Field Federation (VITFF) held the annual Virgin Islands Cross-Country Championships at the University of the Virgin Islands St. Croix Campus on Saturday morning, and the trophies were distributed to runners from the territory over a variety of categorie
The University of the Virgin Islands campus -- with the mountains in the view to the north and edged by the palm trees to the west, the campus buildings the south and the St. Croix Educational Complex along Queen Mary Highway on the northern border -- is the perfect setting for thi
John Harper predicted he would run the tough but scenic West Indies Lab 5-Mile Road Race in 46 minutes, and that’s exactly what he did to take first place in the event that ranks the runner who runs the race closest to the time they predict.
The Gillette Wall-to-Wall Sprint Triathlon and Try-a-Tri took place at Cane Bay on Sunday, Oct. 19. The rollers on the sea looked a bit scary from the beach, but the lead swimmers, Jay Gleason and Briana Burns, plowed through like it was pool water.