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Virgin Islands National Track and Field Championship

The Virgin Islands Track and Field Federation, in collaboration with the Department of Sports, Park, and Recreation, hosted the VI National Track and Field Championships on June 24 and 25 at the St. Croix Educational Complex Track and Field facility.

Michelle Smith (submitted photo)

Highlights of the Championships were Michelle Smith from the St. Croix Track Club, setting a new VI National Junior Record in the 400m Hurdles with a time of 58.11. 

Maia Campbell, the VITFF’s senior athlete, set a Championship record in the Shot Put of 16.54m. VITFF senior athlete Malique Smith set a facility record in the 400m Hurdles with a 53.24. Malique Smith also won a gold medal in the 200m.

2022 VI National Champions are:

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Akyra Joseph, St. Croix Track Club, 100m and 200m

Raynier Charlery, Cheetah Track Club, STT, 100m, and Long Jump

Malique Smith, St. Croix Track Club, 200m and 400m Hurdles

Charlise Morris, Jolly Rogers Track Club, STX, 400m

Mikaela Smith, St. Croix Track Club, 800m

Makari Matthew, Jolly Rogers Track Club, STX, 400m, and 800m

Michelle Smith, St. Croix Track Club, 400m Hurdles

Katelyn Jones, St. Croix Track Club, 1500m

Croix Benton-Higgins, Jolly Rogers Track Club, STX, 1500m

Yashira Rhymer-Stuart, Team VI, High Jump

Maia Campbell, Team VI, Shot Put

Jordan Vaughn, St. Croix Track Club, Shot Put, Javelin, and Discus

Full results can be found on the VI Track and Field website.

Michelle Smith is preparing to represent the Virgin Islands in the World Athletics U20 Championships, held in Cali, Columbia, from Aug. 1 through 6. 

The Virgin Islands Track and Field Federation is thankful for the support it receives from the VI Olympic Committee.

 

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The Virgin Islands Track and Field Federation, in collaboration with the Department of Sports, Park, and Recreation, hosted the VI National Track and Field Championships on June 24 and 25 at the St. Croix Educational Complex Track and Field facility.
Michelle Smith (submitted photo)
Highlights of the Championships were Michelle Smith from the St. Croix Track Club, setting a new VI National Junior Record in the 400m Hurdles with a time of 58.11.  Maia Campbell, the VITFF’s senior athlete, set a Championship record in the Shot Put of 16.54m. VITFF senior athlete Malique Smith set a facility record in the 400m Hurdles with a 53.24. Malique Smith also won a gold medal in the 200m. 2022 VI National Champions are: Akyra Joseph, St. Croix Track Club, 100m and 200m Raynier Charlery, Cheetah Track Club, STT, 100m, and Long Jump Malique Smith, St. Croix Track Club, 200m and 400m Hurdles Charlise Morris, Jolly Rogers Track Club, STX, 400m Mikaela Smith, St. Croix Track Club, 800m Makari Matthew, Jolly Rogers Track Club, STX, 400m, and 800m Michelle Smith, St. Croix Track Club, 400m Hurdles Katelyn Jones, St. Croix Track Club, 1500m Croix Benton-Higgins, Jolly Rogers Track Club, STX, 1500m Yashira Rhymer-Stuart, Team VI, High Jump Maia Campbell, Team VI, Shot Put Jordan Vaughn, St. Croix Track Club, Shot Put, Javelin, and Discus Full results can be found on the VI Track and Field website. Michelle Smith is preparing to represent the Virgin Islands in the World Athletics U20 Championships, held in Cali, Columbia, from Aug. 1 through 6.  The Virgin Islands Track and Field Federation is thankful for the support it receives from the VI Olympic Committee.