MARCH 26—Reuben Stoby improved his own course record to bring the curtains down on the Dive BVI 5K Series Color Run on Saturday in Virgin Gorda, that attracted 56 participants and raised $378 for the BVI Cancer Society.
MARCH 23—It was a busy weekend of competition for British Virgin Islands athletes, with meets in Florida, North Carolina, Texas, Arizona and Puerto Rico. And the National Record tear that began on Jan 23 continued for a ninth successive week, unlike any other season in BVI Athletics Association's 44-year history.
MARCH 16—Kyron McMaster capped off four double doubles with a 200m personal best on Saturday evening, highlighting the 2-day Premier Dental National Jr. Championships, held at the A. O. Shirley Recreation Grounds.
MARCH 16—Spirited battles characterized the 2015 Inter Primary Schools Athletics Championships that returned to its old format but only with A and B Divisions.
MARCH 10—After just over a year away, Ruben Stoby returned to the territory then showed his fitness level by winning Saturday's Dive BVI 5K Series race on Virgin Gorda, becoming the third winner in as many races—this time by smashing the course record.
MARCH 9—British Virgin Islands native and Central Arizona College sophomore Eldred Henry, won the 2015 National Jr. College Athletics Association Indoor Championships Shot Put crown on Friday night, then finished second in the 35-pounds Weight Throw on Saturday, earning All America honors in both events.
MARCH 8—Neither St. Kitts-Nevis or the British Virgin Islands are known regionally for hurdling. That's about to change.
MARCH 5—With the twin island federation of St. Kitts and Nevis hosting the 44th Carifta Games in less than a month, its hurdlers are heading to territory for a final tune up during Friday's BVI Athletics Association Development Series meet, which comes ahead of next weekend's Premier Dental National Jr. Championships.
MARCH 4—Showing her best form since her days at Illinois, sprinter Ashley Kelly, posted the second fastest 200 and 400m indoor times by a BVI female athlete, competing in the Boston Last Chance meet at Boston University on Saturday.
FEBRUARY 23—Tarique "Tweety" Moses and Tallulah Kinkead were the respective men's and women's division winners during Saturday's kickoff off of the 2015 Blenheim Trust 5K Series.
FEBRUARY 23—The National Records tear continues. British Virgin Islands strongman Eldred Henry—with one mammoth heave on Saturday—demolished three records, at the Glendale Community College Invitational in Glendale, Arizona.
FEBRUARY 16—Tarika "Tinker Bell" Moses made her long awaited 800m debut in grand style on Friday at the David Hemery Valentine Invitational in Boston, Mass., and established a British Virgin Islands National Indoor Record in the process.
FEBRUARY 9—South paw Kevin Vanterpool and Heptathlete Arianna Hayde, fired the Javelin to huge personal bests, climbing to #3 and #2 respectively on the territory's All Time Men and Women's Lists, during Friday evening's fourth BVI Athletics Association Development Series meet, held at the A. O. Shirley Recreation Grounds
FEBRUARY 9—Tortola's Julius Farley and Rosmond Johnson won Saturday's second leg of the Dive BVI 5K Series on Virgin Gorda, a race that attracted 55 participants.
FEBRUARY 3—Competing against two 2014 IAAF World Indoor Championships 60m finalist in what turned out to be the fastest race in the world so far this season, sprinter Taylor Hill—two days shy of her 19th birthday—used a personal best to become the fourth British Virgin Islands female athlete to run under 7.60 seconds this season.
JANUARY 26—In an unparalleled weekend, five of the British Virgin Islands leading athletes earned victories in their respective events across the United States, with three improving on their own National Records.
JANUARY 20—When the Dive BVI 5K Series kicked off the British Virgin Islands 2015 road racing season in Virgin Gorda on Saturday, defending women's champion Kathleen Brownsdon found herself in an unusual place—being challenged.
Central American and Caribbean Games long jump champion Chantel Malone has her sight set on being a medal winner at a major Championship. (via www.trackalerts.com)
DECEMBER 8–Following the second longest season in its history that ended on November 28, the BVI Athletics Association is gearing up for its 6th Athletes Awards Gala, where its partner Sol will dole out the 2014 Athletes of the Year Awards in Youth, Junior and Senior divisions.
NOVEMBER 26—It was yet another golden moment for the territory. Chantel Malone extended the British Virgin Islands’ Central American and Caribbean Games’ gold medal streak to four straight when she landed at the top of the Long Jump pile in Xalapa, Mexico, during the 22nd edition of the event on Tuesday afternoon. She also became the first in a field event after three medals in the short sprint.
NOVEMBER 23—St. Thomas’ Shane DeGannes became the first 3-peat winner in the nine-year history of the Deloitte-Ogier BVI Sunrise Half Marathon on Saturday.
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