Maui athlete Austin Henry coaches his students on and off the field, track, and court in the beautiful tropics of the Hawaiian islands.
Manhattan College sophomore Kaya Simpson is not your average Division I sprinter. He loves his sport, but is also looking to make an impact off the track. Recently appointed to the SAAC’s Diversity Chair, he looks to better inform fellow student athletes on social issues so they can have a bigger voice on campus.
Matt Centrowitz Sr. isn’t an average coach. From a record-breaking college and professional running career, to a father that raised an Olympic gold medalist, he applies the lessons learned from his past to his position as the director of Manhattan College cross country and track and field.
After transferring schools mid-career, Jen Dietrich couldn’t be happier. She found her desired major, a great track and field program, and a campus more suited to her liking. Now she’s thinking about life beyond the track.
Having autism hasn’t stopped Daniel Sinchi from being active and being successful. Through swimming, running and the support of friends and family, Sinchi has been developing in the classroom, and at home.
Lake Ridge sophomore Dominic Byles is an All-American track and field athlete who has been professionally trained by his father who holds his own accolades from the sport. Through his father’s guidance, Dominic has been able to participate In the USATF Junior Olympics and even on the international stage through an annual competition that takes place in Jamaica.
Jessica Todd, a 2011 Dimond High School graduate, earned a school record 17 varsity letters during her high school athletic career. To date, no athlete has been able to match Todd’s impressive numbers.
Former Canadian Olympic sprinter looks forward to getting Oaks Christian School student-athletes back on the track
Ladonna Antoine-Watkins, a former Canadian Olympic sprinter, shares her experience in her roles of being an athlete and a coach and how Oaks Christian School is preparing for the CIF track and field season.
Brantford’s Special Olympian Meghan Josling has an inspirational story about beating the odds and taking the necessary steps to help her move forward towards her ultimate goal of competing in a full marathon.
LONDON (AP) — In the end, 2012 wasn’t the last Olympics to see Usain Bolt and Michael Phelps. It was the Summer Games where their legendary status was cemented. Bolt became the first athlete to win both sprints at consecutive Olympics. The Jamaican track sensation electrified the Olympic Stadium in London by winning the 100 […]