* Marcus Reilly ran a historic 1K performance in Boston over the weekend
Photo Credit: MileSplit
A historic performance earned top honors in last week's National Performer of the Week.
Following the fourth-fastest indoor 200m effort in high school history, Archbishop Carroll (DC) junior Nyckoles Harbor, 16, secured Week 5 recognition with over 36-percent of the vote.
Harbor grabbed 913 tallies, narrowly edging second-place Gregory Foster, who landed 899 of his own and roughly 35.9-percent of the vote.
The performance? Harbor cemented his place in history at the Texas Tech Under Armour Invitational in Lubbock, Texas, clocking a new U.S. No. 1 time of 20.79 seconds.
He also ran a time of 6.73 seconds in the 60m, which at the time was also a U.S. No. 1 result.
A big congrats goes out to Harbor on the win, and to all the nominees on our Week 5 poll.
We will recognize a winner every week in this poll, with nominations handed out on Monday. The poll will end on Friday and winners will be announced the following Monday.
Winners and gear from the previous National Performer of the Week presented by New Balance series -- dating back to July 12 -- are still being processed. We have kept track of your information and will email you once the New Balance order goes out. Stay tuned!
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