From left; Merritt Ten Hope, Heather Arseneau, Emily Heisler, Shaylah Simpson, Courtney Reginato, Kylie Harmon and Lindsay Jantzi.
4/28/10 Weekly Update
Enjoy our first installement in a series of interviews & stories leading up to the 2010 Nike Track Nationals in Eugene, OR on July 2nd. (Photo by Victah Sailor, PhotoRun.net)
When you’re a New York track and field fan the buzz about The Penn Relays always starts in March. Coaches remind each other to get their entries in and try to find out if their relays and athletes are going to make the cut.
Chad Wright, JAM, won the boys discus with a Meet Record 191-11. (Photo by Don Rich)
4/21/10 Weekly Update
Emily Sisson, MO, ran US#7 A-T for 5K & Sam Crouser, OR, launched the Jav 238-1. (File Photos by Nicoll Knudson & 12of14)
The 1972 XC Legacy hightlights Lompoc CA, with an incredible piece by the late Doug Speck.
RONKONKOMA, N.Y. - Team USA hasn’t had a medalist in a major international racewalking event in 10 ½ years - Curt Clausen’s 50K bronze at the 1999 World Championships in Seville.
Penn Relays Individual HS Acceptances; Relays to be posted at a later date.
Gunnar Nixon, Sante Fe OK, won the boys decathlon with a US#2 A-T 7573 pts. Jake Hurysz, Eastern Alamance NC, won the boys 3200 with a time of 8:49.76. (Photos by Margot Kelly)
Tyler Anyan is on Track to surpass both Ben Hubers and Girma Mecheso on the Outdoor 3200 All-Time list becoming one of the the best HS distance runners in Georgia history. Tyler really turned it on beginning at the Nike XC Regionals finishing 2nd in 15:20.60 and this Spring had a monster 8:57.73 at the Gwinnett County Championships, running nearly alone after the first 2 laps. A highly anticipated matchup looms a few weeks away at the Region 8-AAAAA meet with a healthy Kirubel Erassa in the 1600/3200 that will surely be a race to witness in person at Brookwood HS. Click on the header for an interview with Tyler
Chelsey Sveinsson ripped a 10:07.15 going solo,while Craig Lutz was pushed to a 8:58.71. Photos by Alex Aldaco.