• Throwback Thursday: Amy's Internship Experience

    Todd Grasley - 12 Hours Ago - Comment
  • Whitney's World Junior Performance Earns Her Second USATF Athlete Of The Week Honor

    Kaylin Whitney had more medals than most countries at the 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships. At only 16, the East Ridge High School rising junior brought back gold medals in the 200m dash and as a member of Team USA's 4x100m relay. She also took bronze in the 100m dash. The three medals were the cherrry on top of one of the best seasons for a high school female sprinter we've ever seen. Her performance at World Juniors earned her a second USATF Athlete of the Week honor.

    Todd Grasley - 16 Hours Ago - Comment
  • 19-Time Coach of the Year Grigg Inked to Contract Extension

    The most successful track & field coach in Atlantic Sun history is sure to call Jacksonville University home for several more years as Director of Cross Country/Track & Field Ron Grigg was signed to a contract extension (via judolphins.com)

    Todd Grasley - 18 Hours Ago - 1 Comments
  • One Time At Running Camp: John-Paul Vitucci- Nike Smoky Mountain Running Camp

    Hi, my name is John-Paul Vitucci a junior at Titusville High School. Recently, I went to the Nike Smoky Mountain Running Camp in North Carolina at the UNC-Asheville college campus and it was definitely the best week of my life.  

    Todd Grasley - 20 Hours Ago - 1 Comments
  • Andrew James Prepares For 2014 Youth Olympics

    As the summer track season is coming to a close there's only one meet left, the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China. One of Florida's very own is going to make the trip all the way across the world to compete for his country. Andrew James, a recent Cardinal Gibbons transfer will be running the 400m and representing the USA at this prestigious meet. 

    Denise Spann - Yesterday - Comment
  • Rick Wohlhuter: 40 Years Later Still The American Record Holder

    We live in a metric world, even if Americans don’t see it on a daily basis. One simple case in point are the running tracks that one sees at almost every high school and college. Because the international standard (and every Olympics) is in meters, runners today more easily identify with 5K runs than three-milers. And while we still drive our cars in ‘miles’, everyone else thinks in kilometers, 1000 meters. 1000 meters, such a nice round number. Back in the day, the 1-Mile race was big, because it was a standard everyone knew and understood. 

    Pat Crandall - Yesterday - 1 Comments
  • In Her Own Words: Autumn Bartlett - Running Into The New Season

    Hi FlRunners! It’s Autumn. As the 2014 cross country season grows nearer every day an excitement and hope for a successful season also grows.

    Autumn Bartlett - Yesterday - Comment
  • Fastest Returning Girls in Foot Locker South Region

    The fastest returning girls runners within the Foot Locker South Region for the upcoming 2014 cross country season between the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia.

    Brandon Miles - 2 Days Ago - Comment
  • Fastest Returning Boys in Foot Locker South Region

    The fastest returning boys runners within the Foot Locker South Region for the upcoming 2014 cross country season between the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia.

    Brandon Miles - 2 Days Ago - 1 Comments
  • Look Ahead: Top Returning Girls For 2015 Outdoor Track & Field Season

    All eyes will be on one of the fastest high school sprinters EVER Kaylin Whitney as she embarks on her junior season in 2015. Can she set the all-time lists even lower? Will Miami Northwestern's Timetria Mitchell add more state titles to her list? Take a look ahead at the top returners for the 2015 outdoor track and field season!

    Todd Grasley - 2 Days Ago - Comment
  • Look Ahead: Top Returning Boys For 2015 Outdoor Track & Field Season

    American High School's Ari Cogdell fell short of a state title in the 400m dash in 2014. Cogdell returns for his senior year and looks to go out on top, while Sukhi Khosla looks to continue his dominance in the distance events. Take a look ahead at the top returners for the 2015 outdoor track and field season!

    Todd Grasley - 3 Days Ago - 2 Comments
  • Salute To Seniors: Kyle Drollette - Lake Region High School

    The 2013-2014 school year has provided some great highlights in both cross country and track across the Sunshine State. In the coming weeks many of our seniors will head out to start their college careers both athletically and academically. We wanted to salute them one more time in this special feature and say thank you for your support over the years.  

    Todd Grasley - 3 Days Ago - Comment
  • Gibbons Caps Off Middle School Career With 3000m Runner-Up Finish At USATF JO's

    Rafaella Gibbons isn't afraid of competition. She won the middle school state championships in cross country two years and picked up an outdoor middle school state title on the track running a record time of 10:10.50. Other than the state meet, the incoming Winter Park freshman had to compete unattached against older runners, high school age, and even some collegiates. This past weekend, she headed out west to Humble, Texas the site of the USATF National JO Track & Field Championships where she finished runner-up in the 3000m for the 13-14 year old age group. Winter Park coach Kristin McWilliams, says with little preparation, Gibbon's performance was impressive.

    Todd Grasley - 3 Days Ago - 1 Comments
  • Niceville's West Signs To Jump, Sprint For Troy

    It was basketball that led, quite literally, to Aubrey West’s track and field commitment to Troy University. (via www.varsitysportswest.com)

    Todd Grasley - 4 Days Ago - Comment
  • Sad Day: Torrin Lawrence Dies in Tragic Accident

    It is with a heavy heart that we must announce that Andrew Jackson (Jacksonville) and University of Georgia alum Torrin Lawrence was killed today in an auto accident. Lawrence was one of the all-time greatest 200/400 meter stars in Florida, graduating high school in 2008.

    Jason Byrne - 4 Days Ago - 3 Comments
  • Wimbley Caps Off WJC With 4x400m Gold

    Team USA ran the fastest 4x400m relay time in the prelims, a world junior leading 3:23.73, and didn't disappoint as the favorites headed into the final day of competition at the 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships. Shamier Little led off for the Americans with Olivia Baker second and University of Miami freshman and former Dillard star Shakima Wimbley getting the baton as the third leg. Kendall Baisden brought it home for the foursome, in 3:30.42, an improvement on their world junior leading time set the day before. 

    Todd Grasley - 4 Days Ago - Comment
  • WATCH U.S. Junior Women's 4x400 win World Title in 3:30!

    Watch the American team of Shamier Little, Olivia Baker, Shakima Wimbley, and Kendall Baisden take on the World's best and come through as the champions at meet end in the 4x400 meter relay finals with a World Junior leading time of 3:30.42. Race video above and post-race video interview below with the U.S. quartet after their victory at the 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships.

    Brandon Miles - 4 Days Ago - Comment
  • In Photos: Race Prep, Running Wild, Gold Medal Relays

    From preparation to race to victory laps around historic Hayward Field with the American flag draped over you, Florida athletes experienced it all. Check out these awesome images from Saturday's competion which saw several Floridians experience gold in the women's and men's 4x100m relays!

    Todd Grasley - 5 Days Ago - 1 Comments
  • WATCH Men's 4x100 of US All-Stars Friday, Bromell, & Williams challenge World Junior record

    With arguably the most talented relay that the United States has ever assembled for a World Junior Championships between Trentavis Friday, Trayvon Bromell, and Kendal Williams completed by opening leg Jalen Miller, the team nearly flirted with a World Junior record. The US team did accomplish the main goal. Watch their gold medal race video and post-race interview.

    Brandon Miles - 5 Days Ago - Comment
  • WATCH US Women's 4x100 w/ 3 High Schoolers become World Champs

    The quartet of Teahna Daniels (FL), Ariana Washington (CA), Jada Martin (GA), and Kaylin Whitney (FL) brought home gold for the United States in the first relay finals of the World Junior Championships with a World Junior leading time of 43.46.  Watch their gold medal winning race video above and post-race video interview below.

    Brandon Miles - 5 Days Ago - Comment
  • Golden Sweep: USA 4x1 Relays On Top Of The World

    Add two more medals to the Team USA bank as both the women and men's 4x100m relay teams pulled the golden sweep. Both teams had a Florida flare with Teahna Daniels leading off for the ladies and Kaylin Whitney on anchor. The men's team featured 100m gold medalist Kendal Williams and silver medalist Trayvon Bromell with incoming FSU Seminole Trentavis Friday, the 200m gold medalist bringing it home. Also, in action Shakima Wimbley on the women's 4x400m relay and Daeshon Gordon competing in the 100m hurdle semifinals.

    Todd Grasley - 5 Days Ago - Comment
  • Adding an image or document to the forum or to a meet page

    Like the last installment in this series about requesting online registration, adding an image to a meet page or to the forum never requires Insider status. To add an image to a meet page, however, does require team admin/coach status for the host school.

    Alan Versaw - 5 Days Ago - Comment
  • In Photos: Sunshine State Speedsters On Display For Day Four

    Kaylin Whitney records her second medal of the World Junior Championships; a golden token for the USA's new golden girl. Baylor freshman TJ Holmes takes home bronze and the 4x100m relay teams advance to the finals. Check out all the photos from day four!

    Todd Grasley - 6 Days Ago - Comment
  • WATCH Kaylin Whitney turn pre-race SCARE into 200 meter GOLD

    A bronze in the 100 finals and near false start prior to the 200 finals, Kaylin Whitney of East Ridge High School in Florida put all that behind as she stormed down the straightaway at Hayward Field to a 22.28 gold medal victory in the women's 200. Watch her race above and video interview.

    Brandon Miles - 6 Days Ago - Comment
  • Golden Girl: Whitney Wins 200m, Bronze For Hurdler Holmes, Women's 4x1 WJL Prelim

    Day four definitely provided fireworks especially for Floridians! The morning  session saw Daeshon Gordon, running for Jamaica, advance to the semis the 100m hurdles. For UF freshman Andres Arroyo the year came to an end after a disappointing 800m prelim. However, it was the night  cap where our stars shined the most. The girls 4x100m relay team set a new world junior leading time with Teahna Daniels leading it off. The boys 4x1 ran the second fastest time of the meet with Trayvon Bromell and Terry Jernigan running second and third. Capping off the night was a bronze medal showing in the 110m hurdles by T.J. Holmes and the second medal of the week for Kaylin Whitney, a gold in the 200m to go with her bronze in the 100!

    Todd Grasley - 6 Days Ago - Comment
  • In Photos: World Junior Championships Day 3 - Florida Edition

    Check out these awesome images from day three of the World Junior Championships!

    Todd Grasley - 7 Days Ago - Comment
  • Requesting online registration for your meet

    Online registration is an enormous time saver for meet management. If you've never before requested online registration for your meet--or just need a refresher course--here is how you make the request. 

    Alan Versaw - 7 Days Ago - Comment
  • World Juniors Day Three: Whitney,Holmes Advance To Finals In 200m & 400m Hurdles

    100m bronze medalist Kaylin Whitney and former Lakewood hurdler and Baylor freshman T.J. Holmes both advanced to the finals in their respective events after day three.Whitney owns the second fastest time headed into tomorrow night's 200m final and is looking for another medal, while holmes has the third fastest mark and hopes to join teammate Trayvon Bromell as Team USA men medalists.

    Todd Grasley - Last Week - Comment
  • Much faster start for Kaylin Whitney in first round of 200s

    After slow start struggles in the rounds of the 100 meter dash before ultimately earning a bronze medal in the finals on Wednesday night at the World Junior Championships, Kaylin Whitney got off to a much faster start out of the blocks in her preliminary race of the 200 meter dash before shutting it down at the end and cruising in for 23.31 victory to move onto the semis.

    Brandon Miles - Last Week - Comment
  • Being pushed by Travyon Bromell & Coach Hart, TJ Holmes has speed & endurance for World 400H finals

    In his 400 meter hurdles semi-finals race on Thursday morning, Baylor University freshmen and Florida native TJ Holmes showed that he has the speed and endurance to finish all of his races better than anyone else. 

    Brandon Miles - Last Week - Comment
  • In Photos: Floridians Show Why We Are Speed State On Day Two Of WJC

    We wanted to capture all the action of day two through the photos taken by our professional photographer as well as from the parents of Kendal Williams and Kaylin Whitney. Enjoy!

    Todd Grasley - Last Week - Comment

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