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Lievense engineering Relay Race strategy

page48SIMPSON BAY--The 27th annual Around the Island Relay Race may break the record for most teams running on St. Maarten Day. The record is 60. "More and more teams are training for this event," said Frits Bus who is on the Road Runners' organizing committee. One team already signed up is LievenseCSO. He continued, " Lievense has consistently entered the race over the past four years and finished...

Thirty expected for 10th Sol Optimist Championship

sailSIMPSON BAY-- At least thirty young Caribbean sailors are expected to compete in the 10th annual Sol St. Maarten...

Shidokan athlete second in Japan championship

ruben2-450x298MARIGOT—Ruben Girault-Darteyre from St. Martin achieved a second place overall in the Under 18 division of the...

Soualiga hosts international Women’s Soccer Tournament

soccerCAY HILL--The second annual International Women's Soccer Tournament will be hosted by the Soualiga Soccer Association...

St. Maarten represented at Scorekeeping Seminar

ST. KITTS--Gennie Hanley and Joan Peterson represented the St. Maarten Volleyball Association at the Electronic...

Over 60 Team set for Around Island relay

relayPHILIPSBURG—Running is a healthy activity that can improve not only your quality of life but also your longevity...

King Yen Tae kwon do team returns home with 15 gold medals and trophies

tae_2PHILPSBURG—Micheal Helliger age 9, Francky Helliger (7) , Ethan Itwar (7) and Gimora Calmero (9) led the King Yen...

Most St. Maarten Sports facilities closed till Monday

PHILIPSBURG--Several of St. Maarten's sports facilities are closed for clean-up and repair after the passing of...

St. Maarten wins 15 golds at Tae kwon do Championship

page44cPHILPSBURG--While St. Maarten battled Hurricane Gonzalo, the island's

King Yen Tae Kwon Do School Team was kicking...

Danny Laud wins 9th Friendly cycle race

IMG_0451SIMPSON BAY—Danny Laud of the Stingers Club, Anguilla, won the 9th race in the Friendly Island Cycling Championship...

St. Maarten Little League

littleSt. Maarten swept the British Virgin Islands, batting, in a three game friendly series at the newly renovated stadium...

St. Maarten on course for first innings points

CUL DE SAC--Led by a dogged approach by opening batsman Sherwin Peters and Romain Doodnauth, St. Maarten was on...

Princess Juliana International Tennis Tournament

tennisYoung tennis players are training hard to participate in the 5th annual Princess Juliana International Tennis...

Around the Island Relay Race

trisportTeam TriSports is one of the many running clubs gearing up for the annual Around the Island Relay Race. This year the...

Five teams, 100 plus athletes set for Fall Classic Swim Meet

COLE BAY—Five teams, more than 100 swimmers are expected to compete in the Carib Swim Team Fall Classic at the...

Sarah Salbot wins IFBB Pro card in Women’s Physique

bodyMARIGOT—Sarah Salbot of Team St. Martin became just one of six athletes to be awarded the coveted International...

King Yen athletes seek gold in Dominican Republic

taePHILIPSBURG—Thirteen athletes, age 6 to 50, from the King Yen Tae kwon do School will compete in the 9th...

Caribbean Junior Cycling Championships


VCG's Alban Clerc won the Time Trial at the Caribbean Junior Cycling Championships in Suriname on Friday.

Bodybuilding and Fitness Championship

bodyThe 42nd Central American and Caribbean Bodybuilding and Fitness Championship will be held on the Friendly Island...

Jiu Jitsu St. Maarten offers women’s self defense seminars

KatylnCOLE BAY --Renzo Gracie Jiu Jitsu St. Maarten is offering two self defense classes specifically for women, but men...

Christopher Zablocki wins Sunday’s 5K race

5K_runMARIGOT—The Avenir Sportif Club's 5K run "Foulées de la Rentrée" held on Sunday morning was won by Christopher...

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