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TOAST-TO-THE-CAPTAIN 8.4 MILE RUN SET

The 15th Annual Toast-To-The-Captain Road Race will be held on Feb. 10 at 6:00 a.m.
The 8.4 mile race celebrates Captain Teddy Seymour, the first Black man to sail around the world alone. The St. Croix sailor and former elementary school teacher in the Virgin Islands public school system set sail on Feb. 24, 1986 from the pier in Frederiksted, where he returned on June 19, 1987.
The race begins and ends near the Post Office in Christiansted. Following the race, awards will be presented by Seymour near where his boat is anchored.
Race entry form and more information is available at 777-0258 or online by clicking here.

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The 15th Annual Toast-To-The-Captain Road Race will be held on Feb. 10 at 6:00 a.m.
The 8.4 mile race celebrates Captain Teddy Seymour, the first Black man to sail around the world alone. The St. Croix sailor and former elementary school teacher in the Virgin Islands public school system set sail on Feb. 24, 1986 from the pier in Frederiksted, where he returned on June 19, 1987.
The race begins and ends near the Post Office in Christiansted. Following the race, awards will be presented by Seymour near where his boat is anchored.
Race entry form and more information is available at 777-0258 or online by clicking here.