If the middle school and high school athletes who circle the Armory oval have designs on earning Division I All-American status, it will likely happen at Oregon's Hayward Field, which will host NCAA Championships through 2021.
Two-time Olympic gold medalist Michael Frater will be looking to keep Jamaica atop the podium in the 60-meter dash at the NYRR Millrose Games on Feb. 15 as three young Americans — Isiah Young, D'Angelo Cherry and Ameer Webb — give chase.
Come in from the cold Wednesday night as the second NYRR Open House will take place at The Armory. This event will allow runners practice time, clinic sessions, some funky relay races and a late happy hour near the track.
When it comes to an Olympic trophy case, perhaps only Michael Phelps' can look as impressive as Peter Diamond's. The long-time head of NBC Olympics — who has worked 16 Games and hauled in 14 Emmys — still has track & field at his heart.
The girls from Fayetteville-Manlius nearly had enough to win a national title during a rebuilding year, but — in the end — the seven-time champion Hornets had to settle for second behind Wayzata High of Minnesota at NXN in Portland, Ore.
The development continues this weekend as the Armory oval will be filled with high schoolers from Long Island, the City and the northern suburbs. And as we venture through the weekend, it calls for another open house.
Runners at the Nike Cross Nationals in Portland, Ore., might be battling icy conditions, but they won't be slogging through ankle-deep mud like last December. Can the girls from Fayetteville-Manlius make it eight in a row?
A lot has been said about the new fast track at the New Balance Track & Field Center at The Armory, but the throwers have a spiffy new surface as well. It is a place suited for all throwers, from bantam to Olympian.
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