The sophomore from Florida is the first prep to break 33 seconds for 300m
It's time to fine tune top performances before we start rolling into championship season.
Elite prep entries for this weekend's meet at the New York Armory
What meets are we looking forward this weekend?
Is it time for a new 600m national record?
The Armory Track Invite has long been known as the time to chase fast times instead of team titles
When sixteen year old Tyrese Cooper steps onto the famed Armory Track in New York for this weekend's Armory Track Invitational he won't be racing against his high school peers. Cooper, who last raced at the venue a year ago at New Balance Indoor Nationals, has his eyes set on the stars of the next level, the best the college and the pro ranks have to offer.Cooper feels he belongs and why shouldn't he? As a freshman, he set indoor national records in the 60m, 200, and 400. Three weeks ago at the VA Showcase he made even more history, blazing an US#2 All-Time 500m mark of 1:01.88 to go with a National Record 33.03 in the 300m dash.
Check out the top 50 girls performances by indoor event nationally from this past week's meets from January 30th to February 5th.
It was another big Saturday in PA indoor track and field.
We're ready for another big one at the Armory!
Patuxent's Hayley Jackson ran one of the fastest times in Maryland indoor state history in the 1,000 at Friday's Armory Track Invitational in New York!
Burncoat senior breaks mark at Saturday's Armory Track Invitational in New York.
Knights finished second to nation's top team at Saturday's Armory Track Invitational in New York.
Another week and another record setting performance for Tyrese Cooper. See what the sophomore had to say after lowering his 300m national record time to 32.87, a world record for U20 athletes according to Track & Field News.
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