Green-Sea Floyd alumni Matthew Elliot, now running for Brooks and GU Energy, shares his experience after competing at Hayward Field in the U.S.A. Championships.
Photo by John Olson, SCRunners.com
Former Kentucky High School and College Athletes at the USA Outdoor National Championships.
Stinson won the Junior 10K
Emily Nist of Idaho, Katie Knight of Washington
Juilfs won the Junior Pole Vault with 17-2.75
Proteau, a HS sophomore, placed second in the HJ
Moussa ran 14:09 to claim the 5K title from parker Stinson.
Gracie Todd, an 8th Grader in Eugene, placed ninth in the Junior 3K on Saturday with an excellent time of 10:06.54.
Allgood USR 176-8 Javelin, Ashe, Hutchinson win Junior titles. McLean, Ndipagbor qualify for 200 finals. (Photo by Don Rich)
Greenville alumna Sandi Morris finished second in the pole vault at USATF Junior Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore. (Photo courtesy of Josh Langley)
Boone sprinting sensation Marvin Bracy is at it again this time at the USA Nationals in Eugene, Oregon. The junior just won a national championship in the 100 meters with a smoking time of 10.05, which followed an also eye-popping 10.16 just hours earlier in the prelims. That is the second best all-conditions time EVER for an American high schooler. The wind reading was just over the legal limit at 2.2, which will add an asterik by the time but certainly not take away from how incredible this young man is. MORE TO COME... MileSplit is on-site in Oregon this weekend for lots of coverage at USATF Nationals.