The Exchange Zone: w/ Kyla Palmer of Skaneateles

This Spring, our 1on1 interview series continues with "The Exchange Zone." Erin Jaskot, a former New York State Champion and Collegiate athlete, will be talking with some of New York's top female athletes, diving into what makes them thrive in the sport. Erin brings her own unique perspective to High School running in the Empire State, a product of her own time as top standout prep. Stay tuned for more episodes in our new series, The Exchange Zone.

About Kyla Palmer

The 400m State Leader heading into the State Meet, Palmer is ready to represent her adopted town in the Empire State. Originally from Idaho, Palmer took home the bronze indoors over the 600m. She's ready to race hard in Middletown later this week.

About Erin Jaskot (in her own words)

As a New York native, MileSplit NY has long been one of my most frequented sites. (I won't share how many times my teachers caught me scouring the rankings and results pages during the school day). After graduating from Tappan Zee High School in 2014 as a 2xNY State Champion, All-American, and NXN Individual qualifier, I joined the Villanova XC and Track teams while earning my Bachelor's Degree in Communications. I then completed my eligibility at Mount Saint Mary's University while earning an MBA. Following Grad School, I moved to Delaware in January 2020 and am now in my tenth season as a coach at the Tatnall School. I currently serve as the Executive Assistant to the Head of School at Tatnall and run a small marketing company on the side, Roots Marketing Solutions. Competitive running is still a massive part of my life, and I aim to qualify for the Track and Field Olympic Trials next year. I can't wait to dive back into the New York running scene this spring with MileSplit NY to share YOUR story.