Dean Greenaway

Malone, Henry 3-Peat As Sr. Athletes Of The Year Dean Greenaway Dec 30, 2015

DECEMBER 30 Long Jumper Chantel Malone and field events specialist Eldred Henry, 3-peated as the British Virgin Islands Sr. Female and Male Athletes of the Year, when the 2015 awards were presented by Sol on Tuesday evening at The Moorings' Mariner Inn, during the BVI Athletics Association 7th Athletes Awards Gala.

Farley, Ferrari Victorious in Ceres Juices 10k Dean Greenaway Oct 19, 2015

With overall men and women’s leaders Reuben Stoby and Rosmond Johnson competing in the NACAC Petit-Bourg 10K in Guadeloupe on Saturday afternoon, Julius Farley and Claudia Ferrari were victorious in the return of the Ceres Juices 10K Series tour stop Saturday morning on Beef Island.

230 Run For A Cause In College Classic Series Dean Greenaway Oct 6, 2015

Officials and participants alike were pleased with the turnout of more than 230 participants for Saturday’s leg of the Highland Spring College Classic Series on Tortola, which supported the efforts of the BVI Cancer Society Cancer awareness activities.

200 Help Kick Off 20th College Classic Series Dean Greenaway Sep 22, 2015

Just over 200 participants kicked off the 20th season of the Highland Spring College Classic Series Saturday on Tortola.“It was an excellent beginning,” race director Stephanie Russ Penn said. “There was a wonderful buzz early in the morning, everybody was really excited and it just got off to a great start and I’m just really excited for what else is to come in the season.”

Erickson, Hill, McMaster Off to Colleges in PR, USA Dean Greenaway Sep 9, 2015

With three athletes enrolling in schools in Puerto Rico and the United States this fall, to begin another chapter of their respective careers after recording personal bests and National Jr. Records this season, the territory will have its most athletes in college at one time in its history with seven, dating back to 1976 when it all began.

Malone Wraps Up World Championships Competition Dean Greenaway Aug 28, 2015

BEIJING, China: Chantel Malone of the British Virgin Islands finished 10th in Group B and 21st overall of the 34 Long Jumpers in the qualifying rounds of the 15th IAAF World Championships in Beijing, China yesterday, to warp up Virgin Islands athletes competition. She did not qualify for tonight’s final.

'I Dropped The Ball' Tahesia Harrigan-Scott Dean Greenaway Aug 24, 2015

BEIJING, China—Putting a series of early season issues behind that affected her performances, Tahesia Harrigan-Scott of the British Virgin Islands came into the 15th IAAF World Track and Field Championships here in Beijing, China, riding a wave of unmatched performances in her career, an indication that she was ready.

VI's Malone Silver, Lovett bronze in NACAC Championships Dean Greenaway Aug 10, 2015

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica: Long Jumper Chantel Malone of the British Virgin Islands and the U.S. Virgin Islands’ Eddie Lovett, won silver and bronze medals respectively, in the 2nd North American, Central American and Caribbean (NACAC) Track and Field Championships that wrapped up in San Jose, Costa Rica, last night.

Three VI Athletes In Today's NACAC Finals Dean Greenaway Aug 8, 2015

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica Three Virgin Islands athletes will compete in four finals of the North American, Central American and Caribbean (NACAC) Track and Field Championships this evening, in the event being held in San Jose, Costa Rica, through Sunday.

Malone Fifth in Pan Am Games Long Jump Dean Greenaway Jul 29, 2015

Chantel Malone strung her best series together in two years during a competitive Pan American Games Long Jump battle on Friday night at York University in Toronto, and place fifth in the event, after the USA’s Sha’Keela Saunders leaped frogged her to claim the bronze medal with a mark .04 cms, better than Malone's.

Smith Bags CAC Age Group Silver, Bronze Medals Dean Greenaway Jul 21, 2015

JULY 21 Malaki Smith returned from the Central American and Caribbean Age Group Championships held in Trinidad over the weekend, with silver and bronze medals while several of the territory’s athletes had top five finishes in two days of stiff competition among their regional counterparts.

King Misses Worlds 200m Qualifier By .06 seconds Dean Greenaway Jun 30, 2015

JUNE 30 Karene King came up .06 seconds short of qualifying for the August 22-30 IAAF World Championships 200m in Beijing, China, as three BVI athletes came up victorious in the B section of the weekend Trinidad and Tobago National Track and Field Championships at the Hasley Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain.