Speed and tactics proved the winning combination that led 13-year-old Peter Foley to place first overall at the 26th International Optimist Regatta (IOR), presented by Electronic Merchant Systems (EMS) Virgin Islands and hosted by the St. Thomas Yacht Club (STYC), June 15 to 17
The TOTE Maritime Team Racing Championships are one of a trio of events sailed this week that were prefaced by the three-day TOTE Maritime Clinic and will be followed by the 26th International Optimist Regatta on June 15-17.
The Virgin Islands Cycling Federation (VICF) held the Ride to The Rings Road Race on Sunday in celebration of Olympic Month. With a new mountain-top finish, this annual event proved to be very challenging.
A near-record 110 sailors, ages 8 to 15, from five countries, will race 8-foot long, single-sail Optimist dinghies in the TOTE Maritime Clinic, June 11-13, the TOTE Maritime Team Race, June 14, and the International Optimist Regatta (IOR). presented by Electronic Merchant System from June 15-17.
Athletes will be competing in: 3000m, 800m, 100m, 400m, 1 mile, 200m, 1 mile walk and shot put. This competition is free of charge.
The Virgin Islands Department of Education's Division of Sports and Athletics invites the community to the "Test and Tune" Track and Field Invitational that is set for 9 a.m., Saturday, June 2, at the St. Croix Educational Complex Track Field.
The basketball teams recently participated in the 9-12, 13-15 and 16-18 age divisions at the 5th Annual Roy Petersen Sr. Memorial Basketball Tournament held on St. Thomas from May 24-27.
On Sunday, May 20, cyclists in the VICF’s Triple Bypass Road Race took on a 12-mile loop that presented challenging climbs and fierce headwind throughout.
Both teams won first place in the Youth Basketball of America (YBOA) Mother’s Day Classic Basketball Tournament held May 12-13.
Nearly 200 boys and girls toed the start line for the 20th annual edition of the Children Run Christiansted.