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VI Triathlon Federation to Host First Race Since Covid-19 Pandemic

Staff Consortium | October 22, 2020

The Virgin Islands Triathlon Federation will host a multi-sport event this Sunday at 7:00 a.m. on St. Croix's South Shore Road — the first racing event since February. In accordance with the V.I. Dept. of Health's suggested guideline for hosting events, masks/face coverings and social distancing are a must, the federation said in a release issued Wednesday.  Participants are required to wear a mask until the race has officially begun, then will be asked to cover again upon completion of the event.   The Island Hopper's Race is a run/bike, leap-frog race, which starts and finishes at the former Cafe Kaleidoscope (Rte 62 & Rte 624).  Since this is a two-person team event, participants are asked to choose a friend or family member within their "bubbles", according to the release.  Part of the loop course will take racers over the graveled Spring…

UVI Joins Community in Mourning Loss of Baseball Legend…

Staff Consortium | August 13, 2020

The University of the Virgin Islands (UVI) said Wednesday that it was joining the Virgin Islands community…

First St. Thomas Yacht Club Invitational Regatta Set…

Staff Consortium | June 10, 2020

ST. THOMAS — The first annual St. Thomas Yacht Club (STYC) Invitational Regatta sponsored by Leatherback…

A Virgin Islander is the 8th Best Basketball Player…

Robert Moore | May 16, 2020

“Let’s just call [Tim Duncan] the greatest franchise player in the modern game. The most dependable…

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Ten Bay 10K Road Race Excites St. John Runners

Staff Consortium | December 10, 2019

ST. JOHN -- Runners of all ages participated in the popular Ten Bay 10K Road Race on St. John on Saturday.  Proceeds from the race registration goes to the St. John Rescue and youth athletic events. ...

Paradise Jam Hits Midway Point With Men's Championship

Robert Moore | November 26, 2019

According to the territory’s top youth athletic official, the Paradise Jam college basketball tournament on St. Thomas will leave behind millions of visitor dollars and a wealth of goodwill between ...

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