The Top 10 Photos From Day 1 Of adidas Outdoor Nationals



Bonny Eagle, ME teammates Meseret Day (left) won the girls' and Rowan McDonald (right) won the boys' 3000m Racewalk to start off our day. (PC: Mary Ann Magnant)

WAR TC, VA took home the win in the Championship 1,000m sprint medley relay. (PC: Mary Ann Magnant)

The boys of Cedar Creek celebrate their National Elite victory in the 4x800m. (PC: David Nguyen)

14-year-old Shakayla Lavender ran a 8th Grade US No. 2 all-time 13.60 to win the National Elite 100m hurdles. (PC: David Nguyen)

After the rain, the boys' National Elite pole vault competition resumed as the sun set. East Burke, NC's Kenneth Byrd took home the victory. (PC: Mary Ann Magnant)

Poly Prep Country Day's Kofi Rossi took home the freshman 400m victory, breaking 50.00 for the first time, running 49.63. (PC: David Nguyen)

Conner Rutherford made the trip down from Blacksburg, VA to win the National Elite Mile in 4:20.76. He is back in action this weekend with the mixed 4x400m relay and the championship 4x800m. (PC: David Nguyen)

The relays were electric on Friday! With the sprint medley relays, the Swedish medley relay, mixed 4x400m, 4x800m, and 4x200m all taking place. (PC: Dan Loughlin)

Charles Wall-Davis from WAR TC, VA took home the National Elite 110m hurdles clocking a state top No. 5 14.33.

Battlefield, led by Austin Gallant, took home the win in the Championship Sprint Medley Relay clocking 1:54.54. (PC: David Nguyen)


Day 2 of adidas Outdoor Nationals will commence at 8:30 a.m. EST on the campus of North Carolina A&T, with the finals of the 100m, 4x800 and 2-mile set to take place over the day. For complete coverage of adidas Outdoor Nationals, go to the meet page, or follow all of our content here