Updated: Sep 1
Athletes that completed the Year Ranked Number One at Junior Olympics in their particular Age Group and Event.
Kamden Jackson, in 2018 he won the 100m Dash as a part of Future Track Club in the 17-18 Young Men Division clocking a 10.57 FAT wind legal time 2nd fastest in program history. He went on to bring his talent to Baylor University. See the race below:
Alia Armstrong, in 2018 at North Carolina A&T, she set a new U18 National Record in the 100m Hurdles Semifinals with a time of 13.33 and finishing it off with a time of 13.40 to win the National Championship. She also ran legs for National Runners-Up with the 4x100m and 4x400m squads. She went on to sign and compete for Louisiana State University. See Championship below:
National Record 13.33
Kenny Hall, in 2004 shocked and awed the crowd at historic Hayward Field hitting a series of jumps that still hold the National High School Triple Jump Record of a wind legal 54' 10.25" effort. He also had jumps of 54' 9.25" +4.7, 56' 2.5" +4.6, 51' 6.25", & 53' 5.5" as part of one of the greatest series of jumps in High School and Club History.
Jemia Ellis won the Clubs very first National Championship in the 100m at the AAU Junior olympics in new orleans La. in a time of 12.08.
Also the relay team of Erica Burrell, Christina Payne, Keshalynn Brown and Tia Lee won the national championship in the 400m relay in a time of 46.26. All five of these ladies would go on to receive scholarships to run track collegiately.