Rowan Victor ran 11 minutes 50.16 seconds while defending champion Katrina Lindsay ran 12 minutes 39.36 seconds in the overall men and women open 2-mile to win the races respectively.
Leading the one-mile (U9 &U11) Boys and Girls Division respectively were Amauri Potter and Nae’veya Bruce.
In the Cross-Country Division: Service Club category, Rotary Club of Tortola (defending champions) secured their second win in the three-race series. Rotary Club of Road Town secured the second place spot, and a battle for final standings in third place is brewing amongst the other clubs.
In the Community Partners category, Digicel is now tied with Pelican Gate PTA as each team has won a race.
Race Director, Stephanie Russ Penn shared her excitement at the increased turnout and the continued momentum of the series and the opportunity for the College to partner with BVI Cancer Society and First Caribbean International Bank in support of their “Walk for the Cure” also held on Saturday.
She also reminded all participants that the three-race series portion of the Tortola leg of the College Classics will see its finale on October 29, 2022, where the best two out of three races will determine the overall, age divisions and cross-country champions.
During this race the College will partner with the Rotary Club of Tortola in their “End Polio Now” campaign.
The final Tortola event will then be the Elite Relay Exchange in mid-November.
The Series returned to Virgin Gorda on Saturday, October 15, 2022, for race two.
Mourant and Blu Water are the proud sponsors of the 2022 Race Series.
For more information about the race series, please contact Mrs Russ Penn via telephone at 496- 7155 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org