Heat sheets for the Nike Outdoor Nationals to be held this weekend from Thursday to Saturday in Greensboro, North Carolina. Entrants from Virginia are highlighted in BOLD. Visit the official meet website at http://nikeoutdoor.nationalscholastic.org/ for all the information you need on Nike Outdoors.
The heat sheets for the 2006 Nike outdoor Nationals. I will try to put all the athletes from Tennessee in bold. If I missed anyone please let me know.
Heat Sheets from the Nike Outdoor Nationals
The stories and athletes who achieve all-American status on Friday at the 2006 Nike Outdoor Nationals at North Carolina A&T University, Greensboro, NC. (STORIES ON THE KARLEE MCQUILLEN AND LORRAINE HILL, PLUS ALLYN LAUGHLIN POSTED 6/21)
Jones dominates the Girls 5000 Meter race tonight, winning in 16:57.21--over 45 second lead over the next competitor. Meanwhile, Caleb Vogt finished in 9th in the boys race. Both races were broadcast live on the MileSplit Network. If you missed them be sure to join us tomorrow!
Central Dauphin freshman Justin Shirk has been near the top of the state in the Javelin most of the season, finishing 3rd in the PIAA AAA competition at states with a throw of 198-07 (in photo by PennTrackXC.com). According to the rankings by both the Pennsylvania Track & Field Coaches Association (PTFCA) and PennTrackXC.com, that is his season-best and a PR. But while checking through the performance list for the Nike Outdoor Nationals, another performance by Justin Shirk was clearly noticeable. It was a 207-05 and it was labeled as the US Freshman record, set in May, 2006.
Select photos of Virginians competing at the 2006 Nike Outdoor Nationals held at North Carolina A&T University in Greensboro, North Carolina from Thursday, July 15th to Saturday, July 17th.
Pee Dee Elite youth runner Lauren Ellis set a new meet record in the girl\'s youth 400-meter dash of 58.71, the only runner to go under 60 seconds in the event.
Kate Niehaus traveled to Greenville for the chance to prepare for Nike Outdoor Nationals with a 3200-meter run at the Greenville Track Club all-comers meet, held at Furman University Wednesday.
NCAA policy concerning athlete travel reimbursement. Answers to a number of questions about athlete travel reimbursement for national meets, and that of parents and coaches. PDF of the NCAA policy concerning athlete travel reimbursement
Who\'s who in the girls side of this year\'s Nike Outdoor Nationals? Elliot Denman brings us an event-by-event preview.
SATURDAY:Chanelle Price wins 800. All-Americans in the 100, 800, 800 SMR, 400 Hurdles, Jav, Discus. FRIDAY:It was a day where PA dominated two FIELD EVENTS as Karlee McQuillen is US Jav champs... and PA athletes made strong showings on the track. All-Americans in the Javelin, Shot Put, Triple Jump, 100, plus the Sprint Medley and 4x800 Meter Relays... (Photo: Breehana Jacobs, Laurel Highlands junior, was a 2-time all-American, taking 6th in both the 100 and 200
It\'s looking to be an exciting race this year! Here is a preview of who to look out for on the boys side.
Pennsylvania athletes entered in the Nike Outdoor Nationals
Thirteen Tennesseans travel to North Carolina to the Nike Outdoor Nationals.
No national championships for Virginia on Friday evening at Nike Outdoor Nationals, but a handful of individuals and relays did earn All-American honors. Mike Zajac kicked off things for Virginia in the discus throw with a best throw of 184\'8\" as the University of South Carolina bound E.C. Glass senior finished fifth overall. After a questionable recall on a false start that would have disqualified eventual top finishers in the finals of the boys 100 meter dash, Bayside senior Charles Clark settled for third place in the 100 meter dash to earn his fourth All-American honor ever at a 10.58 clocking with a -0.2 legal wind. Virginia notched two top six finishes in the girls\' triple jump with a national runner-up and personal best performance of 39\'5.75\" for Brooke Point junior April Sinkler and Deep Run sophomore Ashley Orr taking the final spot in sixth place at 37\'9.50\". Another pair of Virginia girls also became All-Americans in another Friday jumping event in the high jump with Deep Creek\'s Ashley Gatling finishing fifth and Booker T. Washington\'s Deshana Briggs tying for sixth as both athletes cleared 5\'7\". Manchester boys had an outstanding evening in the relay events as they won their qualifying heat of the 4x100 meter relay and will move on to Saturday\'s final with the fourth fastest time at 41.71. Manchester also successfully repeated as sprint medley relay All-Americans by the hair of their chin as 800 meter anchor leg Andrew Duty nipped Union Catholic\'s (3:30.50) by one hundredth of a second at the line for a final time of 3:30.49 to finish fifth in the fast section and sixth overall as John Handley joined Manchester as All-American winning the previous section in 3:29.54. Other notable performances that did not make the grade as far as a top six finish, but were outstanding nonethless were Northside junior Catherine White running a time of 10:32.14 in the two mile run to finish one spot shy of All-American in a loaded top six with a seventh place finish, AA\'s Blacksburg girls running a season best time of 9:21.41 to finish second in the slower section of the 4x800 meter relay, Hampton\'s Tierra Brown getting stuck in a loaded preliminary heat of the 100 meter hurdles and finishing third with a time of 14.12 with top seed as well as 100 meter dash champ Gabby Mayo of North Carolina (13.78) and Gala champion Theresa Lewis of Maryland (14.05) in the same section. There were definitely a lot of Virginia best athletes and relays though M.I.A. for Friday\'s event at NON. What\'s the deal? Excuses. Excuses. Call out of the day to Virginia high school track and field community: We need to do a better job to make sure our state\'s top athletes are healthy, fine tuned, and well rested to compete on a national level post-states versus heavy competition in meaningless early season invitationals and small meets. Easier said than done of course, but food for thought.
Kate Niehaus participated in the 3200-meter run at an all-comers meet Wednesday at Furman University in Greenville. 20 images are now online.
Saturday was a big day for Virginia at the Nike Outdoor Nationals with three national championship honors and quite a few national runner-up and All-American performances. Charles Clark was the performer of the meet for the state as he added onto his All-American third place finish in the 100 meter dash on Friday night with his second national title in the 200 meter dash with a sizzling 20.92 clocking (-0.2 lega wind) and also anchored home a national championship in the 800 meter sprint medley on the 400 meter leg with a final time of 1:29.86. Meanwhile, Eastern Region gained its third national championship of the day with Mike Morrison adding to his USATF Junior Nationals and National Scholastic Indoor Championships national title with a 17\'3\" meet record clearance in the pole vault. Marlon Woods of Booker T. Washington joined Charles Clark as a multiple All-American honoree at the meet as he finished third in the long jump with a mark of 23\'7.50\" and took fifth in the high jump with a clearance of 6\'8.25\". Park View sophomore Natalie Baird became a national runner-up in the discus throw as she nearly matched her personal best throw of 157\'7\" with a toss of 155\'6\" in Greensboro. A pair of Peninsula District athletes earned All-American honors in the girls\' 400 meter hurdles as Menchville\'s Nicole Saunders ran a time of 59.50 to become a national runner-up in the event, while Hampton\'s Tierra Brown won her section with a time of 1:00.45 to finish fifth overall. In the girls\' long jump, two other Virginians had All-American performances with Bethel\'s Shakia Forbes leaping to a mark of 19\'4.75\" for third place, while Brooke Point\'s April Sinkler qualified for the finals out of the first flight of three to finish sixth out of the finals with a mark of 18\'9\". Mountain View freshmen Thomas Porter had his second consecutive close and heartbreaking loss as he was nipped right at the line in the freshmen mile by less than two tenths of a second with a final time of 4:25.25 after a gutsy effort in the race. E.C. Glass senior Mike Zajac defieid the odds once again in the earning All-American honors for the second time in an event not contested by Virginia high schools as his personal best throw of 208\'08\" in the hammer throw placed him third overall against athletes that compete in the event all season long. After just missing All-American honors in the two mile last night in seventh place, Northside junior Catherine White ran a personal best time of 4:53.09 to win section two of three in the girls\' mile run to slip into the final All-American spot of sixth. Potomac Senior edged out fellow Virginia squad Manchester for sixth place in the finals of the 4x100 meter relay by two hundredths of a second with their sixth place time of 42.34. The Hampton girls managed to finish fifth out one of the slower sections of the 4x400 meter relay to earn All-American status with a season best time of 3:50.58. Herndon closed out the meet for Virginia posting one of the fastest DMR\'s in Virginia high school history with a time of 10:08.54 to finish sixth and the relay included a 3:02 1200 split from Abe Daganchew and 4:14 1600 split from Ermin Mujezinovic. Plenty of photo and video coverage to come from all three days of competition. This will most likely be the most footage and pictures that I have posted from any meet thus far. Nike Outdoor Nationals Photo Galllery - Over 6,000 photos from Thursday, Friday, and Saturday now posted. More Saturday\'s photos still to come! Nike Outdoor Nationals Video Clips Video clips from Thursday and Friday posted. Saturday\'s video clips still to come!
Jennifer Barbi ran an impressive 18:07 to finish 6th in the 5000m at the Nike Outdoor Nationals to earn All American status on Thursday. Barbi, from South Forsyth High School and a rising senior, topped off an impressive junior campaign that saw her finish as the state runner up to Jackie Drouin in the 3200 with a season best 10:57.
The Nike Outdoor Nationals hosted its first ever 5,000 meter races in meet history on Thursday night and two Virginians walked away with All-American hardware as Syracuse bound Forest Park senior Stefanie Slekis earned All-American honors with a national runner-up finish in 17:44.17 and Longwood bound Oakton senior Matt Kroetch slipped in the top six with a fourth place finish to earn All-American honors in the boys\' 5K with a personal best time of 15:04.41. Zac Edwards of Northside (8th, 15:16.19), Chris Tyson of Washington-Lee (15th, 15:40.61) and Michael Leonard of Clarke County (18th, 15:45.03) also had strong showings in the boys\' race. Millbrook junior Jillian Pollack had a top eight finish in the girls\' race with a time of 18:34.78. MileStat.com was on-site with photo and video coverage from Brandon Miles for the Thursday night event and will be following up with the same coverage for Saturday and Sunday\'s events. Take advantage of the live video feed and chat room that the MileSplit Network is offering for Nike Outdoor Nationals! Video clip samples of what is to come: Girls 5K Boys 5K
Competing at the Nike Outdoor Nationals is an honor for any track and field athlete. West Virginia was represented by four outstanding athletes with national credentials. Even though the athletes may be disappointed in their performances, we are all proud of them for their contributions to track and field and know this experience will make them better competitors and individuals.
The Mile Split Network is pleased to announce that it will provide LIVE video coverage of the Nike Outdoor Nationals.
A list of entries and heat sheets are now posted, listing South Carolina athletes below and other competitors to the link on the right for this weekend\'s Nike Outdoor Nationals.
The Mile Split Network is pleased to announce that it will provide LIVE video coverage of the Nike Outdoor Nationals. In addition to the on-site coverage at the meet that we have provided for several years, we have come to an agreement with the National Scholastic Sports Foundation (NSSF) to broadcast the meet live to you. Over the three days of the meet (June 15-17, 2006) you will be able to see the events as they happen, all from the comfort of your home. This broadcast will be available at no charge and will not require a subscription to enjoy. Each state site on the Network will have a prominent link to the broadcast during the three days of the meet. We look forward to providing our audience with this service. A special thanks to the NSSF and North Carolina A&T University\'s staff for making this possible.
A light preview of some of the Virginia athletes and relays to look out for at this weekend\'s Nike Outdoor Nationals to be held Thursday through Saturday, June 15th through 17th in Greensboro, North Carolina. Several individuals from Virginia will be vying for national titles such as Charles Clark, Mike Morrison, Katie Doswell, and Nicole Saunders. National Previews from the NSSF: Girls Preview by Elliot Denman Boys Preview by Peter Cava
Brittany Long capped off her excellent HS season with a 3rd place finish at the Nike Outdoor Nationals to earn All American honors. Her preliminary time of 11.65 earned her a spot in the finals just behind the much heralded Bianca Knight. Long followed up her stellar prelim run with an 11.71 in the finals to take 3rd place, an outstanding performance for the sophomore from Therrell.
The Mile Split Network is pleased to announce that it will provide LIVE video coverage of the Nike Outdoor Nationals.
MileStat.com will be on-site with video and photo coverage in Greensboro, North Carolina for the Nike Outdoor Nationals to be held Thursday through Saturday with Brandon Miles. We will be providing daily updates as well of the highlights of performances from Virginian individuals and relays. Do not forget that the MileSplit Network will be providing a live video feed of the meet as well to allow those who cannot attend to feel like they are there taking in the action.
The Mile Split Network is pleased to announce that it will provide LIVE video coverage of the Nike Outdoor Nationals. In addition to the on-site coverage at the meet that we have provided for several years, we have come to an agreement with the National Scholastic Sports Foundation (NSSF) to broadcast the meet live to you.
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