Virgin Islands Olympic Academy


Provide Virgin Islanders with an understanding of the Olympic Movement while teaching lifelong positive Olympic Values learned through participation in sport.


The Virgin Islands Olympic Academy believes in:

  • Embracing the value of education
  • Promote the value of sport
  • Committing to a learning culture that encompasses both the mental and physical well being


The Virgin Islands Olympic Academy is dedicated to educating Virgin Islanders about the benefits of the Olympic Movement through the delivery of comprehensive educational and sports programs.


Develop seven Olympic Solidarity programs used for the promotion of the Olympic Values. These seven programs would consist of the following: Sports for All, International Olympic Academy, Sports and the Environment, Women in Sport, NOC Legacy, Culture and Education, and Sports and Medicine.

Virgin Islands Olympic Academy Programs.

  • Sport for All
    Olympic Day program that will take place on St. Thomas, St. Croix and St. John every year on June 23. Olympic Day will consist of Olympism presentations and/or demonstrations along with a run.

  • International Olympic Academy
    Application and selection process to attend all International Olympic Academy, MEMOS and ICECP sessions while at the same time maximizing the number of people who participate.

  • Culture and Education
    Radio program that promotes the values of sport. This program would highlight local athletes, health benefits from sport, local sports trivia and relevant Olympism topics leading up to the Olympic Games.

  • Women in Sport
    Awareness seminars focused on getting more women involved in sport either as an athlete or involved in sports administration.

  • NOC Legacy
    Acquire Virgin Islands sports memorabilia from Virgin Islands Olympic Committee and Virgin Islands athletes. Develop sports library and/or sport research center based on feasibility study.

  • Sports Medicine
    Anti-doping seminar for athletes and coaches using World Anti-Doping Agency designed programs.

  • Sports and the Environment
    Conduct beach cleanups on St. Thomas, St. Croix and St. John showing Virgin Islands athletes and Sports Federations actively participating in caring for the environment.

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International Olympic Academy
International Olympic Committee

Virgin Islands Olympic Committee President, Angel Morales, invites the community to participate in its CoastWeeks Beach Relay and Cleanup on October 4.  

This event is open to all, and will include two-person relay teams with runners/walkers completing two miles each on St. Croix’s Ha Penny Beach.  Following the race participants will assist with a beach cleanup. This is an annual effort to help protect the beautiful beaches of the Virgin Islands.  

The CoastWeeks Beach Relay and Cleanup is scheduled for 7am on October 4, 2014 at Ha Penny Beach on St. Croix. 

This FREE event is sponsored by The Virgin Islands Olympic Committee in partnership with The Virgin Islands Pace Runners; V.I., Waste Management Authority; University of the Virgin Islands; Marine Advisory Service; the V.I. Track and Field Federation; and other local and federal agencies including the Ocean Conservancy. With over 100 countries participating, these cleanup events are coordinated to remove debris from marine areas and tally items collected according to type of debris.  The data collected for each beach is entered into the 2014 Coastweeks data.

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Virgin Islands Olympic Academy
P.O. Box 366
Frederiksted, St. Croix, VI 00841
Phone: 340-719-8462
Fax: 340-778-0270
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