U.S. Virgin Islands’ Rakeem Joseph, right, collides with Cayman Islands’ Joshewe Frederick-Charlery, left, as they battle for the ball during the second half of their CONCACAF Nations League match at the Bethlehem Soccer Complex on St. Croix on Sept. 5. The USVI fell two spots, from No. 199 …

Charter fishing boat “Mon Chari” and angler James Davis took the top awards from the 2019 Scrub Island Invitational blue marlin fishing tournament, which concluded last Saturday in the waters of the famed “North Drop” in the British Virgin Islands.

Cyclists competing in the Elite class race into the turn to begin the second lap of Sunday’s Virgin Islands Cycling Federation road race championship on St. Croix.

St. Thomas’ Jon Gazi rides a wave during Tuesday’s opening day of competition in the men’s open division at the International Surfing Association’s 2019 World Surfing Games, being held in Miyazaki, Japan.

St. Thomas resident Jon Gazi may be better known around the U.S. Virgin Islands as a musician, but his dream is to compete in the Olympic Games — and help pave the way for others to do so in the future.

The players and coaches for Jah Youths, which won the Zero Tolerance Basketball Organization’s Post-Labor Day/Back To School tournament: front row, from left, Jahkwani Williams, Akeem Dawson, Devon Freeman Jr., Je’Shawn Hodge and Eddy Louis; back row, from left, Chakaei Mayers, assistant coa…

TORTOLA — Debutant “Salsa Jack” upset St. Thomas’ “Thulean” in the one-mile main event, while “One Way To Fame” and “Chovanes” raced to a dead heat in another one miler, highlighting Sunday’s races in the Clinton “Bouncer” Romney Memorial at a rain-soaked Ellis Thomas Downs Race Track.

Marcelo Serrano knows there’s a few things his U.S. Virgin Islands senior men’s national team did right — and did wrong — in its first CONCACAF Nations League match.

ST. CROIX — Everything was going according to plan for the U.S. Virgin Islands’ senior men’s national soccer team in the first half of Thursday’s match against the Cayman Islands. Then it began to rain, and for whatever reasons, the USVI National Team cooled off while the Cayman Islands Nati…

ST. CROIX — Over the past two years, Marcello Serrano has been looking for ways to improve the U.S. Virgin Islands’ senior men’s national soccer team.

“Who Else?” won the men’s division title in 340-365 Athletics’ third-annual Labor Day volleyball tournament, which concluded Sunday at the University of the Virgin Islands’ Sports and Fitness Center on St. Thomas. Team members are, from left, Rakeem Malone, Tabari Williams, Raheem Malone, Te…

“Hot Shots” won the women’s division title at 340-365 Athletics’ Labor Day volleyball tournament. Team members are, from left, Sacha Gumbs, Dhymond Nicholls, Myriam Rodney, Michael Holt, Blakely Bell and Brittany Robinson. Not pictured are Caprisha Richards, Elisa Aska, Tiffany Reddick and S…

ST. THOMAS — The leadership of the Virgin Islands Horse Racing Commission underwent a shakeup Friday, with its founding chairman ousted and replaced by the commission’s originally-approved leader.

St. Croix resident and former U.S. Virgin Islands senator Usie Richards has had his role with FIBA — short for its French name, Federation international de basketball — expanded after he was elected to a four-year term on FIBA’s Central Board.

The U.S. Virgin Islands’ senior women’s national basketball team was named one of FIBA’s most improved teams over the past two years during the 21st FIBA Congress in Beijing.

St. Thomas’ Aurora Rodriguez claimed her third medal in a week, including her second gold medal, on Argentina’s youth skiing circuit Saturday, winning the under-12 girls slalom at the Copa Cerro Bayo competition at Club Andino Villa La Angostura in Patagonia, Argentina.

The results of this past weekend’s games in the Virgin Islands Sports, Parks and Recreation Department’s St. Croix softball leagues at the D.C. Canegata Ballpark.

The overseas market is about to be flooded with Virgin Islanders, as the professional basketball season is about to kick off and more than a dozen players — both men and women — have signed with pro teams in both the European and Middle Eastern leagues.

St. Thomas’ Aurora Rodriguez Sanchez breaks away from the starting gate in the girls under-12 giant slalom race Sunday at the 2019 Copa Ski Club races in Argentina.

Paradise Jam Summer Tour resumes at UVI

Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew, right, fumbles as he is hit by Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Daeshon Hall, left, during the first half of Thursday’s NFL preseason game in Jacksonville, Fla.

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