USATF New York Association Junior Olympic Championships

Fuse Academy competed today in the USATF New York Association Junior Olympic Championships held at Icahn Stadium.

We definitely had some PR’s and 4 qualifiers to compete at USATF Regional 1 Junior Olympic Championship held at Albany University. Bryana Marshall made it for the 200m (27.60) placing her 7th overall; Emmanuel Marshall in the Long Jump (3.35); Jordyn Katz in the Long Jump (4.57m) and Abigail Melican in the 2k Steeplechase (8:36.28) and the 800m’s (2:40.84).

Bryana Marshall

 

 

First year as a Club Team. Sure didn’t see this coming. Truly honored for all the parents for lending a hand where ever it was needed by assisting practice and encouraging your kids to continue with it.

 

Journey wasn’t easy but definitely prepared for year 2. Albany…here we come 🙂

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William Marshall

William Marshall

Founder / Ceo of Benswic, Inc. William makes it his priority to share and post information that can benefit not only his client but those willing to listen.

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