West Ashley's Darrell Singleton, Jr. talks about the sport, cars and other hobbies. Singleton also talks about giving back to the community.
Norman Grimes had a killer start to his postseason and his first effort in the 400H as he looks ahead to NBNO
Making the most out of his trip, T.C. Williams' junior Noah Lyles blazed the track down in Havana, Cuba (Caribbean Scholastic Invitational) in state record fashion.
American athletes haven't competed in Cuba for nearly two decades and this past weekend three Florida standouts as well as myself had the chance to visit the island nation for the Caribbean Scholastic Invitational.
Down in Cuba this past weekend, we might have gotten a preview of a future U.S. Olympic relay squad with the likes of Noah & Josephus Lyles, Grant Holloway, and Ryan Clark passing the stick around the oval!
Henry Clay Junior Jaron Brooks won the High Jump at the Caribbean Scholastic Invitational
It has been nearly two decades since American athletes last competed in Cuba, so regardless of the results, the U.S. high school track & field athletes brought to Havana to compete were bound to make history.
While Noah Lyles did not come away with a win in Cuba, he did post two very quick runner-up times in a 10.38 100 to Ryan Clark and then finishing just behind Cuba's best in Reynier Mena with a US #2 20.48 200 PR!
Watch Germantown Friends (PA) junior Sarah Walker lower her 800m PR down to a US #4 2:05.79 victory at the Caribbean Scholastic Invitational in Havana, Cuba on Saturday.
Watch Ryan Clark & Noah Lyles face off for the first time since exchanging wins over each other at New Balance Nationals Indoor with Clark winning in a new US #6 all-time 10.18 100 at the Caribbean Scholastic Invite in Cuba!
Day 1 results can be found below from the Caribbean Scholastic Invitational in Cuba, which many top U.S. high school athletes are competing in, thanks to a trip organized by the National Scholastic Sports Foundation.
MileSplit is on-site in CUBA of all places this weekend! We are at the Caribbean Scholastic Invite with an elite group of U.S. high schoolers. Watch them be welcomed by group of Cuban singers performing our national anthem!
Miami Northwestern sophomore Twanisha Terry is one of three Floridians heading to Cuba this weekend for the NSAF Caribbean Scholastic Invitational.
The National Scholastic Athletic Foundation organizes first delegation of athletes to compete in Cuba in nearly 20 years
The Caribbean Scholastic Invitational (CSI) has been reinstated in 2015 after a one-year hiatus and will take place in Havana, Cuba for the first time after several years in Puerto Rico. (via National Scholastic Sports Foundation)
The National Scholastic Athletics Foundation is hosting the elite event in Havana, Cuba for the first time with a roster that features national champions Ryan Clark, Noah Lyles, Sophia Rivera and more