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Local sports

V.I. Track and Field Teams Overcome Challenge of Lack of Facilities in Territory

There are basically three serviceable tracks in the V.I., and of the three, none are usable for training or competition for the 2017 season.
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Rotary Sunrise Gives Results of Kids Triathlon

Twelve schools participated in the 2017 Rotary Sunrise Kids Triathlon on Sunday, April 2.
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St. Thomas Regatta Wraps Up with Thrilling Finishes

Several classes were too close to call going into the final day of racing at the 44th St. Thomas International Regatta Sunday. Leads shifted back and forth throughout the three days of racing.
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Five multi-hulled boats race the wind – and each other – Thursday in the Round the Rocks Race. (Photo © STIR/Dean Barnes)

Round the Rocks Race Kicks Off St. Thomas International Regatta

The St. Thomas International Regatta got underway Thursday with the Round the Rocks Race, as 23 boats took their start on a 21-nautical mile course that circumnavigated the U.S. Virgin Island of St. John counter clockwise.
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‘Historic Walkabout’ Walk/Run Postponed Until June

The VI History Month "Historic Walkabout" (the step-street walk/run) scheduled for Saturday, March 25, has been postponed.
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Results Given for Last Part of Denmark-Virgin Islands Transfer Marathon Results

Denmark-Virgin Islands Transfer Marathons concluded the St. Croix part of the marathon series last Sunday, March 12. There were some spectacular runs.
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USVI Special Olympics Seeks Special Athletes, Volunteers to Participate at Games

The Division of Special Education is seeking children and adults with intellectual disabilities to participate in the USVI Special Olympics Area Games set for March 25 on St. Croix and May 6 on St. Thomas.
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Dolphins vs Stingrays at Swimming Federation’s Long Course Championships

The 2017 Virgin Islands Swimming Federation Long Course Championships were held on Saturday, March 11 and March 12.
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Second Leg of Denmark-Virgin Islands Marathon Takes Place on St. John

Still recovering from marathon races in Charlotte Amalie four days earlier, stalwart Danish runners, who are here to observe the Centennial a of the Virgin Islands Transfer from Danish to U.S. rule, took on the roads of Coral Bay on Thursday.
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One Down, Two to Go: Denmark-Virgin Islands Transfer Marathons

The first Denmark--V.I. Marathon was offered as a contribution from a group of veteran Danish runners to the Centennial Anniversary of the transfer of the V.I. from Danish to U.S. rule.
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