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Tynelle Gumbs Dominate Region I Championships Dean Greenaway May 11, 2016

Central Arizona College sophomore Tynelle Gumbs, systematically dominated the Region I Championships, winning three of the four throws, ahead of the upcoming National Jr. Colleges Athletics Association Championships on May 17-19, at South Plains College, in Levelland, Texas.

BVI To Host 2nd OECS Track and Field Championships Dean Greenaway Apr 27, 2016

TORTOLA-The British Virgin Islands will host the 2nd Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Track and Field Championships, July 1-3 at the A. O. Shirley Recreation Grounds and officials are expecting 'top flight competition' from the sub region's athletes.

BVI Quartet Improves 4x100m Relay National Record Dean Greenaway Apr 27, 2016

Running together for the first time since 2013, the BVIsl quartet of Ashley Kelly, Tahesia Harrigan-Scott, Chantel Malone and Karene King, broke their six year old 4 x 100m Relay National Record at the Tom Jones Memorial Classic in Gainesville, Fla., on Friday.


Senseman Sensational In Tortola Torture Record Run Dean Greenaway Apr 19, 2016

When Eric Senseman of Denver, Colorado toured the 33.4 miles Tortola Torture Ultra Marathon course on Friday-including climbs up Windy Hill to the 1528 foot turn around at Sage Mountain parking lot, then descend through Brewers Bay and over Ridge Road to Beef Island including Little Mountain and finishing at Loose Mongoose-he figured he could do it in about five hours.

Warner Ends Carifta Games Career With 400m Hurdles Silver Mar 28, 2016

ST. GEORGES, Grenada-After five athletes advanced to finals in the 100 and 400m at the 45th Carifta Games in St. Georges, Grenada on Saturday, there were no medals until Lakeisha "Mimi" Warner snatched silver in the first final on Sunday afternoon in the 400m Hurdles, to end her Carifta career.

Lettsome 3-Peats As ESHS Inter-House Champions Dean Greenaway Mar 20, 2016

Sitting on a splinter lead of just two points-the narrowest margin going into the annual Elmore Stoutt High School inter-house sports day after pre competition events-defending champions Lettsome House made a surge that resulted in a 68.5 points end of Day I lead over Flemming House, who was breathing down their neck.

Kelly Sprints BVI's Second Fastest 60m At Millrose Games Feb 22, 2016

Ashley Kelly joined Tahesia Harrigan-Scott as the second British Virgin Islands female sprinter to dip under 7.40 seconds over 60m indoors, when she cut her personal best from 7.46 earlier in the season to 7.39, at the Millrose Games in New York on Saturday. The 400m specialist, coming off a personal best of 53.01 last week and a 23.69 in the 200m three weeks ago, finished eight overall.