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New Comer Wins Toast-To-The Captain 8.4 Mile Road Race

During Black History Month each year, including the one when Capt. Teddy Seymour was out to sea on his historic voyage, the V.I. Pace Runners have held the Toast-To-The Captain 8.4-Mile Road Race.
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V.I. Men’s Team 1-2 as They Prepare For Second Match Against Dominican Republic

The V.I. senior men's national basketball team is 2-1 after a loss to Canada as they prepare to face the Dominican Republic at the International Basketball Federation's World Cup Qualifiers for the Americas.
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Registration Opens for International Optimist Regatta, Clinic, Team Race

Over 100 junior sailors, including some of the best sailors in the sport, are expected to participate in this Caribbean Sailing Association-sanctioned regatta.
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Barrows Named 2017 ‘Virgin Islands Sailor of the Year’ by V.I. Sailing Association

2020 Summer Olympic medal-aspirant in the 49er, Ian Barrows, has been awarded the coveted title of ‘Virgin Islands Sailor of the Year’ for 2017,
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V.I.Pace Runners Releases Results of St. Croix Scenic 50

This year’s event featured seven individual 50-milers, five 50-km runners, and five relay teams.
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St. Croix Track Club Attends Vanderbilt H.S. Indoor Invitational

It was not easy to qualify and be accepted to attend the Vanderbilt High School Indoor Invitational.
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Junior Tri VI Duathlon Results Given From Feb. 4th Race

This is a short recap of Sunday morning's run/bike/run event, which was sponsored by Rotary Club of St Croix Mid-Isle, as well as the full results.
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CAHS Hawks Defeat SCEC Barracudas to Take V.I. Football Championship

The Virgin Islands Scholastic Football League started in December 2017. Along with the CAHS and SCEC, the St. Croix Central High School Caribs and the Ivanna Eudora Kean High School Rays participated in the league.
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Yashira Rhymer-Stuart Is Top High Jumper in USA

Yashira Rhymer-Stuart is the national leader in the event for NCAA Division II colleges/universities.
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Ruth Ann David breaks away from the pack early in Saturday's Women’s Jogger Jam. (James Gardner photo) Ruth Ann David Repeats as Jogger Jam Winner James Gardner In the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, St. Thomas resident Ruth Ann David didn’t have as much time to prepare for the 38th Annual Women’s Jogger Jam as she has for races past. But the lack of training didn’t deter David from winning the race Saturday for another year in a row, nor did it stop her daughter Shiah from taking second place. “There’s been a lot to deal with this year,” David said. “So, I haven’t been training as much because really, it is hard to put your mind to something like this when there are other things you have to think about.” David won the women-only race, a two-mile trek around Schneider Regional Medical Center and back, in 12 minutes and 40 seconds, with her daughter behind at 13:28. Coming in third this year was Jenny Martin, with a time of 13:42. The race is put on each year by the St. Thomas Association of Roadrunners and sponsored by the Fruit Bowl and Family Resource Center.

Ruth Ann David Repeats as Jogger Jam Winner

In the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, St. Thomas resident Ruth Ann David didn’t have as much time to prepare for the 38th Annual Women’s Jogger Jam as she has for races past. But the lack of training didn’t deter David from winning the race Sunday for another year in a row, n
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