Highlight: Abigail Melican on her way to USATF Region 1 Junior Olympic Championships

Competing in the USATF New York Association Junior Olympic Championships today, Abigail Melican qualified to USATF Regional 1 Junior Olympics, which is held at Albany University.

Abigail Melican decided to compete in the 2k Steeplechase for the first time, earning her a chance to compete in Albany.

 

What a journey she’s had over the course of last year and now…going through injuries that just wouldn’t go away. Despite setbacks, she has handle the situations very well.  Congrats Abby!

To be cont…

 

Abigail Melican

 

Abigail Melican

 

Abigail Melican

 

Abigail Melican

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