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Day 1 Updates From The 2024 Adidas Track Nationals In Greensboro

Day 1 Updates From The 2024 Adidas Track Nationals In Greensboro

The first of three days of action at adidas Track Nationals began on Friday in Greensboro, North Carolina

Jun 14, 2024 by Cory Mull
Day 1 Updates From The 2024 Adidas Track Nationals In Greensboro

It's going to be three fast days in Greensboro, North Carolina as adidas Track Nationals plays out from June 14 to June 16 at North Carolina A&T. 

Over 5,000 athletes are registered across Championship, National Elite, Freshmen and Middle School divisions. 

The first day of action will feature preliminary races and a selection of finals. 

Check out what went down over Day 1 in the briefs below. 

Boys 3,000 Meter Racewalk Championship

With just two entries in the field, it turned into the Joshua Rothery show. The athlete from I-270 Track Club secured the victory with a winning time of 15:30.45. 

Girls 3,000 Meter Racewalk Championship

Madeline Glennon registered the overall win with a time of 18:33.92.

Boys Shuttle Hurdle Relays Championship

Just one team dipped under 60 seconds, and it was Athletic Xpress' A squad, which ran through the finish in a winning time of 57.99 seconds. Rocktown Elite was second in 1:01.16, while Irish Elite was third in 1:01.45.

Girls Shuttle Hurdle Relays Championship

When it comes to the shuttle hurdle relays, few teams are as routinely prepared as Track 757. On Friday, the squad from Chesapeake, Virginia won the girls title in 58.61 seconds, marking one of two girls teams under 60 seconds. Dudley was second in 59.44, while Uniondale was third in 1:09.43.

Boys 4x800 Championship

Led by a 1:57 final carry by George Lawson, the Furies Track Club pocketed the only time under eight minutes, winning in 7:59.96. Central Academy was second in 8:00.87, while McLean was third in 8:02.98.

Girls 4x800 Championship

The St. Sebastian Striders ran away from the field over the final laps, winning by nine seconds in 9:35.43. Eden Alexander had the team's top carry in 2:16.37, closing over the anchor leg. Mogadore was second in 9:44.57 while Ocala is third in 9:44.75.

Boys 2,000m Steeplechase Championship

Dawson Reeves, the Duke University signee with the 4:08.45 full mile, clocked a U.S. No. 25 time in the 2K steeplechase, winning in 6:11.70. Billy Driscoll was second in 6:18.34, while Joshawa Huneycutt was third in 6:21.93.

Girls 2,000m Steeplechase Championship

Allie Kinlaw authored a winning time of 7:23.71, moving past Emma Kendall, who was second in 7:39.32. Natalia Sweat was third in 7:44.47.

Boys Swedish Medley Relay Championships

The Heart of Georgia Track Club took down the SMR -- 100m, 200m, 300m and 400m -- win in 1:54.95. Parkview Express was second in 1:55.56.

Girls Swedish Medley Relay Championships

The Sapphire-Ruff Riders won in 2:09.82. Elizabeth Seton was second in 2:13.71.

Mixed 4x400 Relay Championship

This one came down to the wire. Paul VI scooted past Long Island by just nine-hundredths of a second to win in 3:37.35. 

Boys 2-Mile Championship

Ethan Rich clocked a winning time in the 2-mile run, clocking an effort of 9:30.21. Connor Nolan was second in 9:45.33.

Girls 2-Mile Championship 

Lydia Mikhin won the girls 2-mile championship in 11:00.49.

Boys 110mH National Elite Prelim

The final was set on Friday, with the top eight athletes qualifying for tomorrow's action. Drekevan Thomas' performance of 14.36 was the fastest effort of the day and just one of two under 14.50.

Girls 100mH National Elite Prelim

Laila Hawkins ran away with things in the second heat, clocking the top time out of the prelims in 14.48. The Courageous Track Club athlete led eight qualifiers to the final. 

Boys 100m National Elite Prelim

The House Track Club's Quentin Braithwaite secured the only time under 10.50, though he did it with a 2.2 wind, clocking a time of 10.49 to move on to the final. A total of six boys ran under 10.8 in the prelims.


Girls 100m National Elite Prelim

Zhoe Holt, a seventh-grader from North Carolina, ran a wind-legal time of 11.58 seconds in the prelims, leading all athletes into the final. Major Impact's Melanie Doggett, last year's winner, was second in 11.63.

Boys 2-Mile National Elite

Isaac Ewing fought off a tough challenge from Charley Townsend, taking the victory in 9:18.77. Townsend followed in 9:20.33.

Girls 2-Mile National Elite

Catherine Parker claimed the girls 2-mile win here in 11:02.54. Brielle Collins was second in 11:13.11.

Boys 110mH Freshmen 

In a final-only race, it was Jason Moore who took the tape in 15.68 seconds. Jakari Galvin was second in 15.92, while Cameron Simpson Jr. was third in 16.08.

Girls 100mH Freshmen

In a final that saw two girls under 15 seconds, it was Moriah Campbell who won in a time of 14.63 seconds. Zaria Holt was second in 14.79.

Boys 100m Freshmen

Antonio Clark jr. and Nigel Gardner went 1-2 in the prelims, clocking top times of 10.89 and 10.99, respectively. 

Girls 100m Freshmen

Moriah Campbell's busy day included the top time in the 100m prelims, as she produced an effort of 12.02 seconds. Tiffany Garrett was second in 12.24, while Yalhoun Calhoun was third in 12.29.

Boys 2-Mile Freshmen

Greensboro's Owen Munn scored the victory in 9:42.36.

Girls 2-Mile Freshmen

Kaylee Rovenstine took the tape in 11:59.09.

Boys 100m Middle School Prelim

Javon Ledgister was moving through the line and registered the only wind-legal time under 11 seconds, qualifying for the final in a time of 10.93 seconds. Austin Coverson was second in 11.22.

Girls 100m Middle School Prelim

Fast Lane's Jewel Domingue was first overall in a time of 11.85, moving on to the finals. Mariah Thurmond was second in 12.05.

Boys 100mH Middle School Prelim

ASAP Performance Track Club's Kaleb Hester was the only boy to go under 14 seconds, and that effort was enough to secure the push him into the final. Kamauriyen Bush was second in 14.04.

Girls 100mH Middle School Prelim

Bull City's Sanija Allen posted the top time in the prelims, hitting 15.07 on the clock. Majesty Ware was second in 15.19.

Boys 2-Mile Middle School 

Jonathan Grimm was over a minute faster than his competitor, winning in 9:38.50.

Girls 2-Mile Middle School

Emilia Natalucci registered a winning time of 11:56.25, which was just sixth-tenths of a second faster than second-place June Leis of Without Limits Track Club. 



Boys Long Jump Championship

Indian River's Justin Woulard claimed the winning leap here with a mark of 7.21 meters. Jamarri Norman was second with a mark of 7.11m, while Miles Nesmith followed with an equal 7.11m leap. 

Girls Long Jump Championship

Phillip O. Berry's Chazmin Johnson finished with the championship in 6.07m. 

Boys Hammer Throw Championship

Jake Early scored  national title with a throw of 59.14m. Miami East's Levi Glassmeyer was second in 58.16m.

Girls Hammer Throw Championship

Nelmari Santos Mojica authored the top throw of the competition with 47.86m, which was over three meters from runner-up Susan Adekunle's 44.69m.

Girls Pole Vault Championship

Pole Vault Atlanta's Madison Townsend cleared 12 feet, 3 inches to give herself the win in the championship division. 

Girls Pole Vault National Elite 

Gabby Nguyen won the competition, tying with seven others but winning on attempts in 3.50m. 

Boys Long Jump Freshmen

Riverdale's Jaiden Jones marked a winning leap of 6.49m, followed by Alexander Simmons, whose runner-up bid was 6.45m.

Girls Long Jump Freshmen

Destini Gatling was the winner here in 5.44m. 

Boys Shot Put Freshmen

Carson Drury scored a victory with a throw of 13.60m. 

Girls Shot Put Freshmen

Riley Vaughn won the overall competition with a mark of 11.36m.

Boys Long Jump Middle School

Malachi Bryant of Rockingham County tied with Nasir Diggs-Majied, but won with an earlier jump of 6.25m. 

Girls Long Jump Middle School

Jewel Domingue won the competition with a mark of 5.62m.

Boys High Jump Middle School

Malachi Bryant took his second title of the day, adding a high jump championship in 1.85m.

Girls High Jump Middle School

Zoe Oye authored a winning height of 1.65m.

Boys Discus Middle School

Jonathan Culp won the event with a throw of 53.22m. 

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