APRIL 8—Before he would help Vincy to a 164 run victory over Jamrock by bagging 2 wickets for a measly 3 runs in 3 overs, former Leeward Islands pacer Maxford Pipe had his hands full with Guy Williamson in Saturday’s Blenheim Trust 5K Series tour stop in Carrot Bay.
APRIL 7—Some 49 athletes attended the BVI Athletics Association’s Life Skills Seminar on Saturday, April 7 a the Elmore Stoutt High School Lecture Room II.
APRIL 2—You can call Maxford Pipe a quick learner. A strategy he learnt a week earlier when Guy Williamson buried the field with the first of a series of 40m sprint just over a quarter mile into the Blenheim Trust 5K race, Pipe employed the same strategy, shot off like a canon for the first 200m and effectively put Saturday’s field away during the Dive BVI 5K Series finale on Virgin Gorda.
APRIL 1—The BVI Athletics Association has named 21 athletes including five individual medalists among its squad for the 43rd Carifta Games in Fort de France, Martinique, April 19-21. The announcement came during a press briefing at the Central Administration Complex Breeze Way on Monday morning.
MARCH 28—Lettsome pulled off one of the biggest upsets in inter house sports day history to end a 21-year drought by over coming a 23 points deficit to Flemming after day one, to become victors of the 2014 Elmore Stoutt High School Inter House Championships by a 44 points margin.
MARCH 26—Guy Williamson used a series of 40m Fartlek sprints to fend off Maxford Pipe while Kim Takeuchi didn’t want to be beaten by her friend during Saturday’s second tour stop of the Blenheim Trust 5K Series on Tortola, with a race on Beef Islands that attracted 84 participants.
MARCH 24— Nelda Huggins of Top Notch Track Club, a two times Carifta Games U17 Girls 100m silver medalist, won her fourth straight BVIAA-LIME National Jr. Track and Field Championships sprint double to highlight the weekend competition.
MARCH 16—On a cool twilight evening featuring the shortest program of the 2014 BVI Athletics Association Development Series, athletes on Friday night established a Shot Put National Record and personal bests ahead of the LIME National Jr. Track and Field Championships that kicks off at 5:30 p.m. on Friday.
MARCH 14—Stiff competition characterized Thursday’s reformatted Inter Primary Schools Track and Field Championships that saw public and private primary schools athletes across the territory displaying their abilities in sprinting, jumping, throwing and middle distance events.
MARCH 11—British Virgin Islands sprint sensation Tahesia Harrigan-Scott narrowly missed her third straight IAAF World Indoor Championships 60m final by thousands of a second on Sunday at the Ergo Arena in Sopot, Poland.
MARCH 9—Guy Williamson outsprinted Maxford Pipe in the last 80m during a mad dash to the finish line in pouring rain, to win the opener of the 2014 Blenheim Trust 5K Series Tour of Tortola, on the city circuit course in Road Town.
MARCH 9—It was a night that 2013 Carifta Games U17 Girls 400 silver medalist Tarika “Tinker Bell” Moses will cherish among her high school memories.
MARCH 6—Following three Zonal competitions between February 21, 25 and 28 athletes from 21 Primary Schools across the territory have gone through the rounds to qualify for the March 13, Inter Primary Track and Field Championships.
MARCH 6—Ravi Sukhu won his third Dive BVI 5K Series race on Virgin Gorda, holding off hard charging Maxford Pipe by seven seconds.
MARCH 5—When Tahesia Harrigan-Scott climbed the podium to collect her bronze medal during the 2008 IAAF World Indoor Championships in Valencia, Spain, with a population of under 30,000 inhabitants, the British Virgin Islands became the smallest of the 211 IAAF members, whose athlete had a podium finish in any of the World Championships Series events.
MARCH 3—While an earlier conformer for the ‘showdown in Road Town’ 100m dash didn’t show, several personal best performances highlighted Saturday night 10th BVI Athletics Association Development Series meet.
FEBRUARY 28—Primary School athletes from 21 public and private institutions across the territory wrapped up the last of Zonal competitions today, with the top athletes advancing to the March 13 Inter Primary Championships.
FEBRUARY 26—While traditional power Althea Scatliffe emerged from Zone II with the most qualifiers for the upcoming Inter Primary Athletics Championships on March 13, a number of athletes from Zone III are still on the bubble in their respective events.
FEBRUARY 25—Officials recording measurements in field events in BVI Athletics Association and other track meets in the territory, will no longer have to stand, thanks to a donation from a former president.
FEBRUARY 23—Fast Lane Track Club’s Shaquoy Stephens dropped the fastest time ever recorded by a home based athlete in his second century of the season and Top Notch Track Club’s Akeem Bradshaw had the best home based Triple Jump series ever, among highlights of Saturday evening’s 9th BVI Athletics Association Development Series meet.
FEBRUARY 22—Alexandra Maduro and Joyce Samuel Primary Schools had the most qualifiers advancing from Zone III to the March 14 Inter Primary Schools Athletics Championships, following the start of the Zonal competition on Friday, Feb 21.
FEBRUARY 20—Primary Schools across the territory completed their respective inter-house track and field championships between Feb 1 and 17 as a new format is being introduced for this year’s Inter Primary Schools Track and Field Championships scheduled for Thursday, March 14.
FEBRUARY 19—Bethune-Cookman Sr. Keron Stoute, successfully defended his MEAC Indoor Championships Heptathlon title in leading a 1-2-3 sweep of the event, as the Wildcats had their highest finish in program history with 109 points—five short of being crowned conference champions.
FEBRUARY 17—Karene King improved her 200m Indoor National Record to 23.73 seconds on Saturday in Boston, competing in the Scarlet and White Invitational at Boston University, where she finished second. She won the 60m in 7.50 seconds.
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