National Girls Performer of The Week (4/15-4/21)

* London Jacksom Bray (right) pushed through the line in the 100m dash at the 2024 Texas A&M Invitational Bluebonnet Invitational

Photo Credit: rpernetter / MileSplit

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Winning by a landslide, London Jackson Bray is our National Performer of the Week winner for Week 15.

The junior from Katy High School (TX) got it done at her UIL Area meet, competing in both the 100m and 200m.

Bray took the victory in the 100m, where she put down a wind-legal mark of 11.31.

This moves the junior up to the current U.S. No. 2 mark for the event. Bray also ran a 23.87 wind-legal 200m, moving her up to U.S. No. 21 in the event and rounded out a solid weekend at the UIL District 19-6A & 20-6A Area Meet

For her effort, Bray garnered over 1,400 votes, gaining over 52-percent of the voting during Week 14 of the National Performer of the Week Poll.

Per usual, here is a new slate of athletes for this week's National Performer of the Week Poll. 

Just like last week, voting will close on Friday at 12:00 p.m. 

With that being said, have fun voting! 



    Sadie Engelhardt, Ventura (CA): The middle-distance sensation shocked the running community yet again over the weekend. The NC State commit threw down a new national high school outdoor record in the mile with her 4:31.72. Running at Mt. SAC, her performance rewrote the history books. 

    Karsyn Leeling, Sidney High School (NE): The senior from Nebraska jumped her way into the U.S. No. 1 ranking at the Alliance Invite over the weekend. The Nebraska University recruit added an inch and a half to the previous U.S. No.1, bringing the national lead to a 6-1.5 ft.  

    Skylynn Townsend, Rock Hill (TX): The University of Georgia signee jumped her way to a U.S. No. 1 at the UIL 6A Region I  meet over the weekend. She launched to the top of the rankings after her wind-legal mark of 41-11.75 in the triple jump. She also doubled in the long jump, putting down a wind-legal mark of 20-6.5, securing the U.S. No. 2 position in the event. 

    Camryn Massey, Ashbrook (NC): The senior from North Carolina had a huge PR last week, launching a huge 180-2 mark in the discus, which secured a new U.S. No.1 by nearly four full feet. 

    Abby Faith CheesemanThe Webb School Of Bell Buckle (TN): The junior distance star out of Tennessee raced her way to a U.S. No. 2 this past weekend in the 3,200m at The Webb School FLEET FEET Invitational. Her 9:56.83 was not only a huge personal best for Cheeseman, but it also put her at U.S. No. 29 on the U.S. all-time performance list.