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.