USA Youth Outdoor Track & Field Championships 2011

Myrtle Beach, SC


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Riverside student-athlete Andrew Whaley is preparing for one of the biggest races of his life, the World Games in Athens, Greece.  Like the Gladiators of ancient times, Whaley, is a true warrior, a Special Olympian, but he won't take the journey alone.

SCUSATF annual meeting Saturday in Columbia Aug 23, 2012

The South Carolina USATF association is holding its annual meeting this Saturday at Dreher in Columbia. The meeting starts at 2 p.m. Interim state president Tim Tyler talks about USATF in the state and the past year.

More youth meets coming to state Aug 20, 2012

Jimmy Stephens, a longtime individual involved in the sport in South Carolina, talks about bringing a set of youth meets to the state to grow the sport.   

S.C. USATF'S volunteer KlING: Serving the sport Sep 02, 2011

Chris Kling's introduction to the sport of track and field wasn't exactly a pleasant experience. As a freshman at Timken Senior High School, Kling ran the 800 and threw the discus, but it was a relay that left a sour taste in his mouth.

Christal Green wins 200 and 400 Jul 08, 2011

Christal Green (Dreher, University of South Carolina) talks about winning the 200 and 400 at youth nationals. Green competes with club team JumpStart.

Five from state win U.S.A. Youth National titles Jul 02, 2011

  MYRTLE BEACH -- Spartanburg's Nathaniel Gordon and Dreher alumna Christal Green (Jump Start Athletics) led the state on the track with individual national titles Saturday at U.S.A. Youth Nationals. 

World Youth T&F Trials: Meyers 6:32.02 Steeple USR! Jun 28, 2011

Maddie Meyers ran pretty much solo to an impressive USR time of 6:32.02 in the 2K steeple.  Wilson, Williams, Baisden and Weissenbach make it through their respective event rounds unscathed.  (Photo by John Olson)

Dreher coaches: Christal Green ranks at the top May 11, 2011

Dreher coach Daniel Brooks has been coaching track and field athletes for 30 years and helped dozens sign college scholarships,  so when he says senior Christal Green ranks, "right there at the top," that is quite an accomplishment.

Coach uses running to motivate kids | The Post and Courier Jan 21, 2011

When Tami Thompson Dennis was interviewed by a newspaper reporter as a 10-year-old state champion swimmer, she was remarkably clear about her life's calling. "I said I either wanted to be an Olympic swimmer or wanted to help kids with fitness when I got older. It's really eerie that I kne... (via