Alright, here’s the absolute final recap of the AAU Club Championships: Boys Edition. Even though this meet from a boy perspective was very competitive and a strategic week long competition because you had to make sure you gave just enough to get into the next round, but still have enough for your other races during the rest of the week.
The story includes coverage of outdoor meet in July and August with PA athletes.
Hi everyone, it’s Denise and I’m back again with the recap for the day. Today was day 4 of the competition, and let me tell you these kids were running! The events that the kids and I competed in today were the 800m run, 200m dash and the 4x100m relay as well as other field events.
Daesha Rogers set two meet records at AAU Club Nationals on Sunday. The American Heritage rising freshman set the new high water mark for the 400 meters (55.82) and 800 meters (2:10.28) in the 14-year-old division.
Well everyone, I’m back with the last AAU Club Championship recap. This whole entire week has been so hectic, with all the athletes that were running and the rain delays, but it’s all over now.
Two of North Carolina's best established themselves as contenders for best in the nation in the 2014 season.
A small group of Virginians traveled down to Orlando, Florida this past week to compete at Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex in the AAU Club Nationals. Atlee rising junior India Lowe and Grassfield rising sophomore Grant Holloway both claimed victories down at Disney, while T.C. Williams rising sophomore Josephus Lyles clocked a sub 48 time in the 400 and nation's leading time among 9th graders in the event.