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St. Croix Native Becomes First African-American Ironman Globe Finisher

Lloyd Henry, 41, originally of Christiansted, St. Croix, became the first recorded African-American ‘Ironman Globe Finisher’ by completing Ironman Malaysia on Nov. 12.
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All Star Sailors Compete in Inaugural Commodore’s Challenge Regatta

Older students mentoring younger ones is an ages old practice; however, the Inaugural Commodore’s Challenge Regatta, held Dec. 24 out of the St. Thomas Yacht Club, was one-of-a-kind.
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VITFF History Contest Announces Winners

The V.I. Track and Field (VITFF) History Contest celebrated its 53rd year of history making. It has a rich heritage that includes the development of world-class athletes, Olympians, All-Americans, record holders and children who become productive citize
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Co-ed Elementary Volleyball Season Is a Wrap

The 2016 Co-ed Elementary Volleyball Season is a wrap. The Department of Sports, Parks, and Recreation and the V.I. Department of Education congratulates the Leonard Dober Bulldogs!
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USVI Volleyball Federation Re-elects Lucille Hobson

On Saturday, Dec. 17, the United States Virgin Islands Volleyball Federation (VIVF) has re-elected Lucille Hobson as president for the period of 2016-2020 by a unanimous vote of the general assembly.
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Sheesley, Anspacher ‘Jingle All the Way’ to First Place

Early morning on Sunday, Dec. 18, the St. Thomas Association of Roadrunners (STAR) staged its annual Jingle Bells 5K, offering runners a flat 3.1-mile course at Magens Bay. Some participants wore bells on their shoes; some wore Santa caps.
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USVI Amateurs Clean Up at Caribbean Boxing Championships

The territory’s amateur boxers cleaned up last week at the annual Caribbean Developmental Boxing Championships, which officials said was the first time the group had competed internationally.
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International Optimist Regatta, Clinic, Team Race Set for June 12-18, 2017

The opportunity to learn, race and play with some of the best in the sport are qualities that make the International Optimist Regatta (IOR), presented by EMS (Electronic Merchant Systems) Virgin Islands, a ‘must-do’ event for Optimist sailors and their families each year.
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VITA Hosts 3-Day Tennis Clinic for Young Players

The Virgin Islands Tennis Association (VITA) hosted a three-day tennis developmental clinic on Dec. 2-4 at the Doris E. Hodge Tennis Complex in Sub Base. Approximately, 25 junior tennis players between the ages of seven years and 16 years participated in the three-day event.
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Co-ed Elementary Volleyball League Scores, Nov. 29 – Dec. 7

Co-ed Elementary Volleyball League that started on Nov. 29. Many games have been played so far, with a few teams forfeiting out in the East Division. All games are being played at the Emile Griffith Ballpark (West Division) and Alvin McBean Complex (East Division)
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