Battle For Inter Primary Supremacy Underway Dean Greenaway Mar 16, 2017

Following the introduction of pre events last Wednesday for the first time in the history of the Inter Primary Schools Track and Field Championships, schools from Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Jost Van Dyke engaged in stiff competition on Wednesday and Thursday at the A. O. Shirley Grounds.

Stoby Fends Off Farley For Ceres Juices 10K Series Crown Dean Greenaway Nov 08, 2016

After coming within three seconds of Renold Brown's 13-year old Virgin Gorda College Classic Series record in his last outing, Reuben Stoby wanted to take down the mark on Saturday morning, but thought long and hard about his afternoon battle with Julius Farley for the Ceres Juices 10K Series overall crown.

Rotary Sunrise, Rotary of Tortola Finish in Dramatic Tie Dean Greenaway Oct 04, 2016

While Gayle Lindsay, a former 400/800m was on holiday visiting her twin sister and churning out a victory in the process and Rebuen Stoby was continuing his winning ways, the Rotary Sunrise Club was upending defending champions Rotary Club of Tortola, who hadn't lost a Service Clubs Cross Country race in the last 11 seasons of the Mourant Ozannes College Classic Series.

Harrigan-Scott, Kelly Reflect On Rio Olympic Games Dean Greenaway Aug 26, 2016

Sprinter Tahesia Harrigan-Scott left her third Olympic Games disappointed after an unlooked for performance of 11.54 seconds in her 100m heat in Rio de Janeiro, where she finished sixth. Compounding matters was the fact that the three times Olympian ran and unchallenged 11.40 days before she departed for the competition.

Strong Fields Set To Compete In 2nd OECS Championships Dean Greenaway Jun 23, 2016

TORTOLA-Organizers are expecting 150 visiting athletes and officials for the 2nd OECS Track and Field Championships scheduled for Tortola on July 2-3, at the A. O. Shirley Grounds, with non OECS member Puerto Rico's Women's 4x100m Relay team seeking to solidify their #16 ranking for the Rio Olympic Games.

Farley Upsets Stoby In Ceres Juices 10k Series Opener Dean Greenaway Jun 13, 2016

When he entered the A. O. Shirley Grounds after a see saw battle through the streets of Road Town, Julius Farley kept looking back, just incase he had to dig a little deeper. It wasn't necessary as he had created enough separation between himself and challenger Reuben Stoby, to break the tape in Saturday's Ceres Juices 10K Series Opener in 39 minutes and 24 seconds-much to his surprise-for his first victory of the season over his rival, who had been dominating the road racing scene.