Arlington senior Jordan Yamoah and North Shore junior Samantha Nadel have earned this week’s Armory Athletes of the Week, presented by AT&T for their respective performances over the weekend.
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Crevoiserat, Luthin, Nadel and Cardozo run fast in NY while Yamoah flies high! Fast relays in NJ. Gunnar Nixon goes 7.99 for 60H in AR.
Chamique Francis paced back and forth, letting the adrenaline subside. “Not two consecutive times,” the Cardozo senior said. “We can take turns beating each other. But not twice in a row.”
It’s no secret that when Westbury’s Owen Skeete is in the race that he’s going to be leading after the first lap. And more often than not the field, knowing Skeete’s habit, will let him go and wait until he fades back into the crowd. But there are times Skeete doesn’t come back and the chase pack, pretending that the leader isn’t really the leader, then goes scrambling to get back into the race the way that Warwick’s Tim Luthin and Mike Mazzaccaro of CBA (N.J.) were forced to go scurrying behind Skeete as he attempted to pull off one of the biggest upsets of the season.
ArmoryTrack.com will broadcast the entire Millrose Trials Night for free starting at 4pm with the youth relays and covering all events on the track.
Queen Harrison will compete in the 60 meters at the 104th Millrose Games. She spoke via Skype at the Track Writers' Luncheon at the National Track and Field Hall of Fame Tuesday.