The final day of the AAU Club National Championships was full of records and elite performances
The sixth day of competition at the AAU Club Championships was a day full of promising semifinal performances
Denise Spann recaps all of the highlights from day three of the AAU Club Championships.
Youngsters Tamari Davis and Briana Williams swept the 100/200m dash in their respective age groups at the 2017 AAU National Club Championships.
The ladies of E.O.T.O only consist of four people: Daishon Spann, Jermecia Brown, Jatana Folston and Dominique Knowles. Competing and placing in seven events throughout finals, they ended up just missing the 15-16 Girls Team Championship title by six points to Teon Elite.
Denise Spann recaps all of the Friday action from the AAU National Club Championships.
Denise Spann recaps all of the Thursday action from the AAU National Club Championship.
Check out this highlight video of the first two days of action from the AAU National Club Championships by Denise Spann.
Denise Spann recaps all of the action from Wednesday at the AAU National Club Championships.
Tuesday began the prelims for the AAU National Club Championships at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Track & Field Complex.
Making a mark in Division I track and field is not easy. To be a freshman in such a competitive environment, and to still be able to conquer the pressure and succeed is very rare. Michelle Atherley, has made serious strides in her first year at Auburn University. Atherley made it to the NCAA DI Indoor Nationals in the pentathlon, the only freshmen to do so; and she also competed at the outdoor championships in the 4x100m relay, anchoring the team. After what seemed to be a great season, Atherley has revealed she won't be returning to Auburn next fall.
This week, Sanya Richards-Ross, the reigning 400m Olympic Gold medalist, made it known that this season will be her final lap around the world. Her retirement announcement was heard all around the world, and her fans and fellow US teammates were devastated by the news. Ever since I was 9 years old, I wanted to be like Sanya.
National Signing Day comes only twice a year, and Taylor DeLoach is currently the best sprinter and jumper in her class and arguably others as well...
Coach Kenneth Key and Coach Doria Rickel have been a part of Westminster Academy Track and Field for over for 60 years combined. Both recently announced their retirement. Denise Spann tells us about the decision.
The future of South Florida track and field are on their way to the USATF Junior Olympics in a little more than two weeks, but before they dominate on their own with their respective clubs, they have decided to join forces for the AAU Club Championships.
The AAU Club National Championships kicked off in sunny Orlando, Florida. Denise Spann takes a look at the first several days of competition.
As an athlete only in the 8th grade, Daishon Spann has multiple national championships not only in the 800m, but the 400m as well. This lady is an all around athlete and competes in the 100mh, high jump, 200m, 400m and the 800m. She also competes in a few multi events during the summer.
Boyd Anderson senior Javon Patterson makes his college announcement picking Kansas State University. Denise Spann takes us inside the decision.
One of the state's top multi event athletes Michelle Atherley of Port Charlotte has signed with Auburn University. Denise Spann takes us inside the decision.
With the second National Signing Day period days away, Boyd Anderson senior Denise Spann gives us an inside look at her decision to run for Michigan State University.
There are some races that you can never imagine yourself running even if it helps you become a better athlete. I'm pretty sure that's how a 400m/800m runner feels when they are asked to run cross country and it's definitely how I feel when my coach tells me I have to run the 800m.
The Westminster Academy boys pulled out a close win last year at the 1A state finals over First Academy. It was WA's first boys' state win since 2008. Denise Spann goes All Access with the Lions!
t was a record breaking day at the 5th Annual Walter Dix Invitational Relays. The top finishing girls teams for the day were, Northeast winning with 97 points, Dillard in 2nd with 79 points, and Ely in 3rd with 72 points.
Every athlete has their bad days. There is no way to really avoid them either.
This year's Hallandale Invitational was one for the books as some the nation fastest athletes attended. For a meet that's been held seven years in a row, it seems like the competition gets better and better and there is never a dull moment.
Track season is literally a few weeks away and I honestly can't believe that it's my senior season. There have been many days where I didn't think I'd make it to where I am now. If you were going to tell me when I was a freshman that I would break both of my ankles and lose sophomore eligibility, but still be able to be sign to Michigan State (a Division I university and top 25 preseason college team), and have one last season to put myself out on the track for the world to see… I wouldn't believe it.
As the outdoor season is approaching many people may be wondering where this year's seniors are going to spend the next four years for their athletic careers. In South Florida a few of the nation's top track athletes got to sign early in the November period to some of the best schools in the country.
Cross Country season is in full swing and that means more mileage and ice bath galore. 32 days and countingis all that we have left until cross country athletes and fans alike make the trip up to Tallahassee to see who will reign for the next year. This cross country season, I thought I would introduce you to those who are making an impressive charge towards the state meet, athletes that are Under the Radar. This senior has definitely had her fair share of injuries, but has shown her strength by getting through every last one. Amanda Baker of Westminster Academy will be leading the Lady Lions throughout this cross country season.
Denise Spann catches up with three of South Florida's top runners: Kendal Ellis, Andre Ewers, and Javon Patterson, to talk about a variety of subjects!