U.S. Virgin Islands archer Nicholas D’Amour got off to a good start in his quest for an Olympic medal, finishing 23rd out of 64 competitors in the qualifying round Friday afternoon (early Friday morning in the USVI).
It’s been nearly 33 years since Peter Holmberg last competed in the Olympic Games — and saw his life change forever.
The University of the Virgin Islands’ athletics department has landed its first-ever footwear and apparel deal, announcing Wednesday that it had signed on with sports brand Adidas beginning with the 2021-2022 season.
After a year’s delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the British Virgin Islands Olympic Committee will send three athletes to Japan later this month for the rescheduled 2020 Tokyo Games.
The University of the Virgin Islands unveiled a new logo for its athletics department and teams Thursday afternoon that will be used by the Historically Black College and University’s teams beginning with the upcoming season.
St. Thomas resident Nicholas D’Amour will head to the Tokyo Olympics a serious medal contender after moving into the top five in the world rankings Monday.
St. Thomas resident Nicholas D’Amour recovered from a poor qualifying effort to finish fifth in the 2021 Hyundai Archery World Cup event in Paris, and lock in his spot in the World Cup Finals.
Eddie Lovett is no stranger to competing in international events, with a track and field resume that has taken him to Russia, China, South America and Europe.
St. Croix teen Mathieu Dale finished among the top five in his class and was named the winner of a national award during the International Laser Class Association’s U.S. Singlehanded National Championships, which concluded Sunday in Norfolk, Va.
Texas-San Antnio senior Maia Campbell, whose family is from the U.S. Virgin Islands, wrapped up her college track and field career June 10 at the NCAA Division I Championships in Eugene, Ore.
Archery coach Angelo Ruiz, right, uses his cellphone to take video of St. Thomas native Nicholas D’Amour as he practices at the Paris Final Qualifying Tournament for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics. While D’Amour was eliminated in the second round Monday, he still earned a berth in next month’s …
ST. THOMAS — After leading the first two days of the 28th International Optimist Regatta, St. Thomas teen Tanner Krygsveld spent Sunday focused on maintaining it.
The United States had its problems in the first half of Saturday’s championship game against Puerto Rico at the 2021 FIBA Women’s AmeriCup tournament.
St. Thomas native Aliyah Boston had her struggles in the first half of the United States’ semifinal game against Brazil — and so did her teammates.
After four tough games in the group-play round of the 2021 FIBA Women’s AmeriCup, the U.S. Virgin Islands’ senior women’s national team has played its way into the tournament’s elimination round.