The Virgins Islands rounded out its play in the final FIBA World Cup Qualifying Window with a 64-59 victory of Chile on Sunday at UVI Sports and Fitness Center. Georgio Milligan led the home team with 25 points.
The 2019 New England Charles River Aquatics TYR Specialty, which took place from Feb. 15 to Feb. 17, was a three-day competition that hosted 19 different teams and over 300 athletes from all over the New England region.
Brazil defeated the Virgin Islands 104-80 on Thursday evening at the University of the Virgin Islands Sports and Fitness Center.
On Sunday, the VI Triathlon Federation held the VI Duathlon Championships at the Divi Casino, which consisted of a 1-mile run, a 14-mile bike and a 3-mile run.
Martinez, who began playing tennis as an adult, beat fellow island resident June Horii during a first to ten-point tie-breaker after each man won one match apiece (4-6, 6-2, 10-3). The match proved an exciting finale to this decade-plus old tournament, held Feb. 14-18, at the St. Thomas Yacht Club (STYC).
The USVI Soccer Association (USVISA) held its Premier League Championship game on Sunday, Feb. 17, at Schjang Ballpark on St. Croix.
The first class of The Virgin Islands Track and Field Hall of Fame (2019) is comprised of Virgin Islands USA Olympic track and field athletes:
Ariana Edgar, Alex Joseph and Anelia Austrie competed in the AAJI (ASOCIACIÓN DE ATLETISMO JUVENIL E INFANTIL) league on Saturday, Feb. 9.
The race committee re-established the multi-lap cycling race this past Sunday, which included four categories set for three distances.
The Silly Sockathlon brought out runners and bikers, ages 5 to 12, from eight schools on St. Croix in addition to several home-schooled children.