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The anglers of Doña Lucy celebrate winning top boat Sunday in the Atlantic Blue Marlin Tournament. (Photo submitted by ABMT)

Doña Lucy Wins 45th USVI Open/Atlantic Blue Marlin Tournament

Sunday was a good day for the anglers aboard Doña Lucy. They caught and released four blue marlin in the day's fishing, giving the boat the winning total of five in the three-day 45th annual USVI Open/Atlantic Blue Marlin Tournament.
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‘Business Stinks’ Still in Lead After Day 2 in Open/Atlantic Blue Marlin Tournament

A1A was the top boat releasing one blue marlin on the second day of fishing in the 45th annual USVI Open/Atlantic Blue Marlin Tournament.
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‘Business Stinks’ Leads Day 1 in 45th USVI Open/Atlantic Blue Marlin Tournament

The bite, fight, catch and release of a blue marlin less than an hour after lines-in put the team aboard the 72’ Merritt Business Stinks first on the scoreboard on the first day of fishing.
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Shane Degannes Completes IAAF Level II Coaches Course

Shane Degannes joins fellow Caribbean track and field coaches who successfully completed the IAAF Level II Coaches Course with a specialty in middle and long-distance running.
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V.I. Swimmers Compete at 17th FINA World Championships in Budapest

The Virgin Islands Swimming Federation had two swimmers compete in the 17th FINA World Championships in Budapest (FINA: Federation Internationale de Natation).
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Malique Smith Leads Way for New Group of V.I. National Track and Field Team

Malique Smith, a member of the St. Croix Track Club and an honor student/athlete of the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff, is coming into his own after showing great promise as a runner on the track, in cross-country and road running since he was a child.
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Scotiabank Collaborating With West Indies Cricket Board to Promote Kiddy Cricket Camp

The Scotiabank summer camp program introduces boys and girls, ages 7-11, to the fundamental elements of the game of cricket.
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V.I. Martial Arts Academy Competes at World Tournament in Orlando

Competitors from St. Croix and St. Thomas of the Professor Louis A. Jackson International Martial Arts Academy (PJIMAA) recently competed in the 44th U.S. Open ISKA World Martial Arts Championship.
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Virgin Islanders Compete in Florida at North American-Pan American Powerlifting Championship

The only way for the Virgin Islands to win a team championship in the future is to have a larger group of lifters. The V.I. Powerlifters are seeking athletes interested in the sport.
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Trainer David Rogers, Sr. gives V.I. boxer Clayton Laurent, Jr. some support during Wednesday’s news conference.

Rock City Boxing Card Stacks V.I.’s Laurent Against Wayman Carter

It’s been six years since V.I. heavyweight Clayton Laurent, Jr. has fought at home, but he plans to make his upcoming professional debut against Wayman “The Slim Reaper Carter the first in a string of local bouts.
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