Athletes Corner – Swiffers Youth Track Club has been on a roll this season

Athletes Corner – Swiffers Youth Track Club has been on a roll this season

The Swiffers Youth Track Club has been on a roll this season, with several of their athletes putting up impressive performances at both the Speed Capital South Track Meet on February 25, 2022, and the South Dade Express Track Meet on March 4, 2023.

TrackSuit set included all
TrackSuit set included all

Monica Belony and Deanna Brown were two standouts from the Speed Capital South Track Meet, where they both ran a great 800 meters. Trinity Bryan also made her mark at the South Dade Express Track Meet, winning 3rd place in the long jump, as well as performing well in the 200 and 400-meter events.

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Maliyah Dixon had a strong showing in her 100 and 200-meter races at the Speed Capital South Track Meet, while Ennge Dugue was named MVP with two medals, one silver and one bronze, at the South Dade Express Track Meet. Emiah Knott and Brianna McDonald both performed well in the 100 and 200-meter races at the Speed Capital South Track Meet, with D’dreanna Polisme impressing in the 800, 400, and 200-meter events at both meets.

Madison Sewell also had standout performances in the 400 and 200-meter races at the Speed Capital South Track Meet, while Ashley Singh made her debut at the South Dade Express Track Meet, running a great 100 meters. Journey Taylor, a six-year-old athlete, showed no signs of holding back as she ran all three races at the Speed Capital South Track Meet and was allowed to run the 100 and 200-meter races at the South Dade Express Track Meet. 

Phyllix Yeboah also put in a great effort at the Speed Capital South Track Meet, running the 400 meters for the first time, and Jonas Brevil made a strong debut at the South Dade Express Track Meet, earning his first medal. Tyrique Campbell put in a great performance in the 100 meters at the Speed Capital South Track Meet, while Zamani Knott impressed in the 100, 200, and 400-meter events.

Valsen Noel, a newcomer to the team, earned his first medal in the shot put at the Speed Capital South Track Meet. Amos Saint-Fleur, a standout athlete who joined the team from Central Charter School, continued to perform well in the 100, 200, and 400-meter events at both meets, while Micah Taylor maintained his winning streak with gold medals at both events.

Othniel Taylor has been improving with every race, performing well in the 200, 400, and 800-meter events at both meets. Ayden Yeboah, only 7 years old, ran his first 400-meter race at both meets, showing promise for the future. Raycharles Yeboah also earned a medal at the South Dade Express Track Meet, showcasing his hard work and dedication at both events.

Overall, the Swiffers Youth Track Club has had an exceptional season so far, with many athletes putting in outstanding performances and earning medals at both the Speed Capital South and South Dade Express Track Meets. The team has shown great promise for the future, with both experienced and new athletes making their mark on the track.

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