A recap of the first day of action at the USA Track and Field Junior Championships
Articles with Twanisha Terry
Fresh off an All-American performance at NCAA's, USC freshman Twanisha Terry earned her first national team berth.
Cory Mull previews the sprints and distance events at this weekend's USA Junior Championship.
Previewing the springs and distance events at USA Juniors this weekend
Twanisha Terry, Deanna Hill, and Kendall Ellis were a large part of the USC women's team winning the 2018 NCAA championship.
Check out coverage of the NCAA Division I Track and Field Championships
The phenom qualified for the final in the 100m and 4x100m for the Trojans at the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championship.
The former Miami Northwestern star talks about her race at the Mt. SAC Relays and her transition to college track and field as a freshman for USC.
This weekend's Scoop covers a wide array of meets across the country.
See how other Sunshine State alumni fared in collegiate competition for the week of March 19 - March 25, 2018.
We rank the best female athletes competing in colleges across the country that called Florida home for their high school career.
We rank the best athletes competing in colleges across the country that called Florida home for their high school career.
We pull out all the former Floridians from the collegiate leaderboards, regardless of division, and rank them as if it were the Florida state leaderboard.
We rank the 50 best performances in EVERY event in the meet's history.
We rank the best girls sprint/hurdle performances by Floridians over the past decade at New Balance Nationals Outdoor.
Twanisha Terry talks about her experience at the Prefontaine Classic and Nike Elite Camp.
We take a look at the 50 best girls for the class of 2017 in every event.
Which girl do you think had the best performance of the week?
We rank the 50 best girls performances in every event to see who won the week.
In what is proving to be a remarkably fast day in Gainesville, the Miami Northwestern (Fl.) High girls 4x200m team ran the sixth fastest time all-time
Check out the top nine performances from the first day of action from the Pepsi Florida Relays in Gainesville
Vote for girls mid-season top performer.
Symone Mason, Twanisha Terry, and Katia Seymour provided the fireworks at the Bob Hayes Invitational producing two of the fastest 100 and 200m races in state history.
Bolles sophomore Charles Hicks ran a state leading and US#4 3,200m time of 9:15.39 to win the Bolles Bulldog Classic. We take a look at the girls and boys leaderboard as we head into the week four weekend and more major invitationals on tap.
It's not October, but the amount of speed and talent in Florida is just plain scary. Every week we continue to see the state and national leaderboard changing and the talk of the tone focused on us. South Florida was the place to be for sprints this weekend with the Hallandale Invitational and Sam Burley HOF Invitational while the Bolles Bulldog Classic proved to be a breeding ground for distance success. We uploaded over 500 videos to the site this week and narrowed it down to the top ten you have to watch.
The veteran and the rookie at Miami Northwestern (Fl.) High went US #1 at the 200m and 300mH on Saturday at the Sam Burley Hall of Fame Invitational on Saturday in Miami
The 2017 Sam Burley Hall Of Fame Invitational promises to be one of the fastest meets of the year with nearly 50 teams from Florida making the trip to Miami. Don't miss a minute of the action by tuning in LIVE to MileSplit for all the race coverage from both Friday and Saturday.
Twanisha Terry thanks her father every day for the sacrifices he’s made to keep her in the sport of track and field.
Southridge senior and University of Miami signee Kayla Johnson clocked a US#1 time of 2:10.89 in the 800m to win the Louie Bing Classic. Johnson is one of the top females in the senior class. We rank the top 50 performances in every event for class of 2018 girls. Where do you stack up against your peers?
Over the next three weeks we will take a look at the top 100 returners in every event. Haines City senior and University of Miami signee Amuru Patterson is the reigning 4A state champion in both the 100 and 200m dash. Who are the best boys and girls sprinters in the state of Florida? See where you rank and what it takes to be number one in the speed capital of the United States.
Six of the top ten girls in our top 100 returning 200m dash rankings have personal bests under 24 seconds led by Katia Seymour's 23.26. That's moving. Twanisha Terry, pictured above, is a Southern Cal signee and one of four 200m state champions that return for the 2017 season.
Florida boasts some of the best 100m girls in the country led by the nation's top returner in FSU signee Katia Seymour with a time of 11.26
The Miami Northwestern girl's track team is synonymous with winning in the state of Florida. The Lady Bulls added even more hardware to their trophy case after winning the 3A state championship in 2016, the team's 8th in a row. The last team to get rings as a reward for their hard work was in 2006, that was until this year when 2009 alumni and 2016 Olympic gold medalist in the 100m hurdles Brianna Rollins purchased them for the team. She took to social media afterwards to explain her decision.
The Miami Northwestern Lady Bulls are a perennial Florida powerhouse so it's no surprise to see their top athletes go on to compete at the next level. Sprinter Twanisha Terry selected Southern Cal while fellow teammates Taranique Alexander (jumps), and hurdler De'Andreah Young also decided to head west to Cali and join Cal State Northridge. South Florida correspondent Eddie Romero caught up with each of the girls a well as longtime MNW head coach Carmen Jackson to talk about their decisions.
Three of the nation's elite sprinters visited the University of Alabama this weekend
The early signing period beings November 9th and for many Florida seniors they will dot their NLI's and make the most important decision they can make as to which college or university they will spend the next four years. We break down the top 50 senior boys and girls in EVERY event.
The early signing period beings November 9th and for many Florida seniors they will dot their NLI's and make the most important decision they can make as to which college or university they will spend the next four years. We break down the top 50 senior girls in EVERY event.
Top 300 class of 2017 combined 100m + 200m recruits.
Top 300 class of 2017 outdoor 100m recruits.
Top 300 class of 2017 outdoor 200m recruits.
Southridge sprinter Symone Mason finished runner-up in the 200 and 400m dash at the state meet and would love nothing more than to win states in 2017, her senior season. She'll face a tough test from the likes of Amuru Patterson and the rest of a loaded class 4A. We look at the top 50 girls returners in the sprints/hurdles.
Adidas Dream 100 champion Amuru Patterson of Haines City leads a star studded sprint class from the 2017 including Katia Seymour, Twanisha Terry, Symone Mason, and many more! We take a look at the top 50 junior girls in EVERY EVENT. Where do you stack up against your peers?
Eight girls cracked the 24 second mark in the 200m dash this season. Khalifa St. Fort posted the fastest of time of 23.64s at the Carifta Trials just days before announcing she would turn pro. Miami Northwestern junior Twanisha Terry who had the fastest time in the 100m was right behind her with a SB of 23.65 set at the region championships. Take a look at the top 500 girls 200m times for 2016.
Twanisha Terry of Miami Northwestern, Katia Seymour of Palatka, and Amuru Patterson of Haines City all won the 100/200m dash state championship in their respective classifications. All three are juniors and have the top three times in the state of Florida in the girls 100m dash. Check out the top 500 girls 100m dash times for 2016.
I accomplished one of my goals this track season on May 6, 2016 receiving an email from Pat Werhane. The email congratulated me on being selected to attend the Nike Elite Camp and Prefontaine Classic.
Bolles sophomore Caitlin Collier continues her fantastic year running 2:10.04 and 5:01.98 to win the 2A Region 1 Championship with ease. Meanwhile in the sprints juniors Katia Seymour and Twanisha Terry set national marks in the 100 and 200m dash. We merged all the regional results to see who won the week!
Miami Jackson junior Tiara McMinn is ranked number one in her class in the state of Florida in the 110mH (14.14), high jump (5'8") and is fourth in the 300mH. Miami Northwestern's Twanisha Terry and Southridge's Kayla Johnson lead FL and the US with their junior times of 11.51w in the 100 and 2:09.60 in the 800m. We take a look at the top 25 girls for the class of 2017 in EVERY event. Where do you stack up against your peers?
Miami Northwestern junior Twanisha Terry was first in the 100 and second in the 200m at last year's GMAC Championship and is the top seed in both coming into Tuesday's championship. She'll be tested by the Southridge duo of Shaniya Williams and Symone Mason. We merged the results of both the south and north qualifiers to see who has the top/marks to beat.
Melbourne Central Catholic's Amanda Beach is the top class of 2017 girl in both the 1,600 and 3,200m run with her 5:11.69 and 11:17:06 set at the St. Cloud Invitational. Other junior standouts include Twanisha Terry who has the fastest times in the 100 and 200m dash, Northwestern teammate Taranique Alexander the best in the 100m hurdles and triple jump, and Ransom Everglade's Debbie Ajagbe who is at the tops in both the shot put and discus. On the boy's side Creekside is well represented in the distance categories with the likes of Joseph Storey, Mathew Clark, and Nick Deal. We take a look at the top 25 juniors in EVERY event.
National records, new nation leaders, crazy finishes, this weekend's races had it all!
Northwestern's Twanisha Terry and Southridge's Symone Mason headline a loaded junior class. Both Terry and Mason are two of the top sprinters in the state as well as the nation. In the distance events, Fletcher's Kayley DeLay has run under 5:00 in the 1,600 and sub 11 in the 3,200m. Tiara Mcminn of Miami Jackson is the top returner in the 100mH (14.01) and high jump (5'8"). We take a look at the top 50 girls returners in the class of 2017 in EVERY event. See where you stack up against your peers.
Symone Mason's personal best of 23.07s for 200m is not only the top returning time in the state, but the fourth fastest in the nation of those competing in 2016. Mason is joined by Twanisha Terry, Alfreda Steele, and Karimah Davis as the only runners in the state to have cracked 24 seconds and a total of 42 under 25 seconds. Check out the complete list! Where do you rank heading into the outdoor season?
21 girls ran under 12 seconds in the 100m dash in 2015 lead by Khalifa St. Fort's 11.19 at the IAAF World Youth Championships where she was second. St. Fort will not compete in FHSAA competition this year as she runs unattached in select open races under the eye of coach and Trinidad & Tobago Olympian Ato Boldon. Look for 2A state champion Alfreda Steele (who moves up to 3A) and 3A state champion Twanisha Terry of Miami Northwestern (pictured above) to battle out for the fastest in Florida at the the end of the year.
We want to know who you think was the best girls track & field athlete for 2015 in the state of Florida. Vote below before the deadline Sunday, August 2nd at midnight!
Who ended the year in the top spot? Find out in our top 25 final rankings for girls sprint/hurdle events.
Florida will be sending Symone Mason and Jordan Fields to the World Youth Championships in Cali, Colombia after they won the 400m dash and heptathlon at this week's World Youth Trials.
Florida's best headed to North Carolina for New Balance Nationals Outdoor, a chance to prove they are the the tops in the nation and earn All-American honors. Check out our day by day recap of all the action!
American athletes haven't competed in Cuba for nearly two decades and this past weekend three Florida standouts as well as myself had the chance to visit the island nation for the Caribbean Scholastic Invitational.
Miami Northwestern sophomore Twanisha Terry is one of three Floridians heading to Cuba this weekend for the NSAF Caribbean Scholastic Invitational.
Teahna Daniels of First Academy, Flor. leads the confirmed entries list with her 11.15 (+2.4) 100m season-best. 15 spots are still up for grabs, who are the leading contenders?
The ladies of Miami Northwestern flat out destroyed the competition tallying 155 points, more than five times runner-up Lakewood Ranch. The win marked the seventh straight title for the Bulls.
The 3A state finals look to be action packed with a star studded field in every event. Ricky Quintana give us an inside look at all the action.
It's district week! The road to the state championship meet starts here. We delve into ALL 64 districts and give you a virtual meet prediction. This is your one stop shop which will also include all results once they are posted.
The baton really is golden for the ladies of Miami Northwestern. Watch as the Bulls set US#1 times of 45.67 in the 4x100m relay prelims and 1:35.42 in the 4x200m relay final at the 2015 Florida Relays.
Miami Northwestern sophomore Twanisha Terry and senior LaKayla Harris give us an inside look at the Lady Bulls, the top girls program in the state, and one of the best in the nation.
Week three is in the books. We highlight all the action in this week's edition of Sprint To The Finish.
Week two was equally as impressive as the season opener as we six US#1's by girls individuals and two more by the ladies of MNW in the 4x1 and 4x400m relays. We scoured the results and narrowed down the top performers of the week. Take a look at our slideshow and at the end vote for our Girls Athlete of the Week. Voting closes midnight on Saturday!
Spoto junior Janae Caldwell leads 3A in the 400 meters. See what other event she ranks highly in and the top ten returners in each event!
Two Northwestern Bulls stand atop the 3A girls track and field leaderboard. Sprinter Twanisha Terry leads the classification in both sprints the 100 (11.85) and 200 meters (24.03). Lloydricia Cameron reigns supreme as queen of the throws with her state leading discus and shot put marks. The boys' side is loaded with tons of state leading and nationally ranked performances, but no one individual has the top mark in more than one event! We will see if that changes as the season moves along!
Bringing back and oldie but goodie... comparing athletes.