Jeuness Invitational

Benswic Track and Field come out boasted up for meets ahead. Great performances with personal records to show for it. #benswicishyped
Benswic Track Club

Jeuness Invitational – In recognition of a successful weekend across the board from each of our runners, during the Jeuness Invitational held by the Jeuness Track Club, located at Poly Prep in Brooklyn, NY.

Full Results (PDF)

Benswic runners yet again came out to perform, and left feeling that much confident in our next few races.


On the track, Abigail Melican (15-16) competed in the 800m with the time of 2:39.20 and the 1500m in 5:18.00, placing her 6th in the 800m and 1st in the 1500m, while Bryana Marshall (15-16) had an outstanding performance in the 100m with the time of 13.20 (PR) and the 200m with the time of 26.40 (PR).

For the remainder of the Benswic Track Club, Xion Bacchas competed in the open 200m with the time of 30.50 and the 400m 1:08.40 (PR). Liz Melican (9-10) ran in the 200m with the time of 39.50 (PR) and 800m 3:09.60 (PR) dropping a whole 20sec from her first 800m race. ZaQiyah Bacchas placing 3rd overall in the 100m in a time of 15.40 (PR) and placing 1st in the High Jump jumping 1.21m (PR)!

Benswic Track Club

Benswic Track Club

On the Pee Wee performances, we only had one runner which is Coach William’s daughter and competing in her first track meet running both the 50m run and the 150m. Well done Nyomi Marshall!


On the boys side, Christopher Marshall (9-10) and Emmanuel Marshall (11-12) both ran amazingly after taking off a few meets prior. Christopher competed in the 100m with a time of 14.00 (PR) and in the 200m with a time of 30.30 (PR), while Emmanuel running the same events, ran the 100m in 14.10 (PR) and the 200m in 31.00.


Benswic now has a couple of days to finalize preparation for USATF New York Association Junior Olympic Championships on June 17-18th.

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William Marshall

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