ANNUAL AAU XC FALL CLASSIC This Sunday October 7,2018

Come out for a good 1mile to a 5k run thru the prestigious Cunningham Park in Queens NY.  Come and join the teams, and youth run thru the hills of siutheasts Queens.  The walkthrough will begin at 9:30 am then the first race will begin right after that. So, bring your coffee and your trainers and come join us. This Sunday October 7, 2018 at 9:30 am at Cunningham park in Queens  In Union Tpke and Francis Lewis Blvd.  Come enjoy this beautiful season!

ANNUAL FALL XC CLASSIC 2018

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METRO EAGLES REGISTRATION, HAS BEGUN ! Come and join us TODAY!

 THE 

“METRO EAGLES TRACK & FIELD CLUB”

are now holding their

REGISTRATION FOR THE NEW CROSS COUNTRY AND INDOOR SEASONS

AGES 5-18 for our youth team

19 – 39 for our open team

40 and up for masters

CALL TODAY: COACH WILKERSON (718) 213-2305 or COACH HOPKINS (718) 764-7791

Let us start a healthier and more positive life

with the most influential, self fulfilling and conditioning sport there is

TRACK & FIELD!

You gotta BELIEVE and then you will ACHIEVE!

Come on board today
                    
                                              


                                 

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Metro Eagles 13/14 year old boys lead the way with scoring at AAU Club Championship

The Metro Eagles youth boys took silver in their divison of club scoring at ESPN Wide World of Sports.  They were ready for Florida’s heat.  They were lead by WESLEY NOBLE, JR… He and two other boys Placed 1, 2 and 3 in the sizzling 13 year old boys 400m.  The record was broken 3 times in that final heat. Karen Hamilton of  Peak performance 50.50 Mekhi Gammons of Miami Gardens 50.51 and Wes Noble Jr. 50.53 that heat war mesmerizing!

Wesley also captured gold in the 200 with 23.09, gold in the 100m 11.47

                                                       

Jelani Johnson, was not going to e left out of the highlights.  With his fabulous 1500m run which netted him the silver 4:36.17  and Jelani captured another silver in the 3000m  10:21.00 , and he placed 6 th in the 800m

 

 

They both joined their other two team mates of Aaron Brown and Adam Philogene whom had placed 4th in the 14 year old boys Shot put earlier in the week for the 4×4 in which they place 4th with 3:42.51

Other medal winner at club chapionships for The Metro Eagles were: Christian Walker 100m- 7th pl, 13.13, 200m-26.4, Abigail Jefferies 5th pl in Shot Put,  and AlexPeters  400m 51.09 5th pl .                             

                                                           

 

POOL TIME….WE BEAT THE HEAT…. SEE YOU AT NATIONALS!!!

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AAU NY Metropolitan Outdoor District and Region 1 Highlight Pictures

 The District Qualifier  was held at Jamaica HS On June 2, It was the first hot day of the year.  And here and the Northeast the weather had been brutal.  So these student-athletes didn’t quite no how to compete and nice 88 degree weather.  But, they did comeout to competete. And that they did!  GOOD LUCK at  Outdoor Nationals.  Next stop for Metro…Club Championship…Then NATIONALS!

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AAU NY Metropolitan District Championship Results

Results

NY Metropolitan AAU District Qualifier 2018

 

LAST DAY TO REGISTER FOR AAU REGIONAL 1, is JUNE 24,2018 on COACHO.

GOOD LUCK AT REGIONALS!

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2018 Millrose Games at New Balance Armory , Highlights

 Our Officials were looking good while calling a spectacular meet! The 111th running of the “MILLROSE GAMES” was held on Saturday , February 3, 2018  at the world famous New Balance  168 street Armory in NYC.  And it did not disappoint!

There was a world record with the womens 4 x 800 indoor.

Our  4×200 12 & under guys did a fantastic job with 1:48.3 time.   Rashaun Uche , Aaron Brown Jelani Johnson and Christian Walker won the relay by 3 seconds.  Jelani Johnson had double gold with winning the 400m in 59.6, Aaron Brown took 3rd and Christian Walker took 4th with 61. at 10 years old.  You go guys, job well done!

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Mountain Practice for Metro Eagles

The Metro Eagles periodically go to the mountains for practice.  They had to open up their lungs and just breathe.  It was a change of pace.  here are few of the sights.  Enjoy the AIR!

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The Lost of A Leader” Dr. Norbert W. Sander Jr” ARMORY Founder!

The Armory Mourns the Passing of its Founder Dr. Norbert W. Sander Jr.

Dr. Norbert W. Sander, Jr., who reclaimed The Armory in Washington Heights and transformed it into one of the jewels of U.S. track and field, died unexpectedly at his home on Friday, March 17, 2017.

Dr. Sander, the President and CEO of the non-profit Armory Foundation, graduated from Albert Einstein Medical School in 1971, and was an internist specializing in family medicine, where he maintained a practice at City Island for four decades.

A lifelong New Yorker and track man, Dr. Sander was a product of Fordham Prep and Fordham University, where he was part of the winning Penn Relays 4xMile team in 1963.  In 1974, Dr. Sander became the first and only New Yorker to win the New York City Marathon.  Dr. Sander was inducted into the halls of fame at both Fordham Prep and Fordham University, and he was the recipient of Mayor Bloomberg’s Leadership Award in 2011.

In 1990, after the passing of his high school coach, Joe Fox, Dr. Sander decided to roll up his sleeves and begin the nearly impossible effort of trying to restore The Armory for youth track and field.  It was a monumental task. The Armory was dilapidated homeless shelter, housing 2,000 people in sub-standard conditions.

“(Fox) was my inspiration,” Dr. Sander said. “What I learned in Jesuit school was that you should be a man for others. You should do what you can for someone else.”

Those words guided Dr. Sander — known by his friends and within The Armory simply as “Doc” — both in his medical practice and his profound commitment to creating opportunity for youngsters and athletes on and off the track.

In 1993, then-New York City Mayor David Dinkins handed over “the key to The Armory” to Dr. Sander.  Dr. Sander tirelessly worked to completely renovate the building and began a long process of re-establishing the Armory as the premier venue for indoor track and field, an effort that went a long way to revitalizing Washington Heights and the sport of track and field in the city and beyond.  One of the big moments came in 2012, when the prestigious NYRR Millrose Games moved to The Armory after a 97-year run at Madison Square Garden, after which is has attracted sold out crowds in excess of 5,000 people.

Dr. Sander’s vision exists today in the Armory’s New Balance Track and Field Center under an enormous vaulted ceiling that is home to more track and field records than anywhere else in the world.  Today, the world-class Armory hosts more than 100 track and field meets and welcomes more than 125,000 youngsters alongside Olympians onto its historic track each year.

After re-creating The Armory, Dr. Sander founded the highly successful after-school education and college access program called Armory College Prep, which assists underserved middle and high school track and field athletes with academics and paves the way for them to go to four-year colleges.

Dr. Sander was native of Yonkers and is survived by his four daughters: Eva, Jessica, Emma and Phoebe, his wife, Bridget Bennett Sander, a registered nurse, and his mother Gertrude.

In Dr. Sander’s honor, please consider a contribution to Armory College Prep program at Donate in Honor of Dr. Sander.

(This was copied/pasted  from the armory web site)

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ANNUAL ALUMNI DINNER DANCE March 18, 2017

This is our Annual Alumni Dinner Dance.  How many Alumni, Family and Friends will come out of the wood works to have a good time and help a Good Thing keep going?  Every Spring after a Grueling but Aspiring Indoor Season we kick off our sneakers and pull off the sweats to clean up and step on the dance floor.  We show that our talents are limitless.

The  student-athletes had a successful indoor season with Milrose Games, New Balance Games,  Colgate Women Games,  Mid Season Invitational Championships,  USATF NY Championships and Hershey National Indoor Championships.  The Metro Eagles Track and Field Team under the leadership of Head Coaches J. Wilkerson and R. Hopkins have been doing this for a long time.  We have a strong support TEAM of Coaches, Assistant Coaches, Parents, Family, and Professionals who VOLUNTEER their time to make this WORK.  And to you we say THANK YOU!

But we need donations to keep this going. We have this Dinner Dance for Fun and we would like our Alumni and friends to commit to donate just $1 a month to help us with keeping the program alive.  You would be surprised how far that could go. Or those who still live in the NY area to donate 2 hrs a month would be fantastic.  Just remember what this team meant to you during your time with the organization.  We could always use the help.  And the donation of fruit and water is vital towards practice.  Give us a call. But come out and join us on the dance floor or drop us the cost of a ticket as a donation through our donation button.  And always remember:

“Metro Eagles always soar high toward,EXCELLENCE!”

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Millrose Games 2017, New Balance Games 2017

Millrose Games 2017  was a sold out event. It was exciting, exhilarating and made you want to go and lace up your spikes.  It had excitement from the youngest of athletes with the fastest kids on the blocks to the masters 4x 400m and the wanamaker mile.  You had the amateurs all the way up through the elite and olympians.  Here are a few of the sights from this years Millrose Games.  Metro Eagles Track & Field Club 12 & under boys broke the existing age group record. Adam Philogene, Jaden Williams Aaron Brown and Wesley Noble Good Job.  Then you had Wesley win that age group in the 400m with 57. , Adam placed 2nd with 59 and Jaden was 5th with 61.  Fantastic job Young guys.  The girls placed 5th in the 4x 200m Anissa, Ashley, Abigail and Sania.  And then Sania Kuylen placed 2nd in the 400m and Anissa Moore placed 4th. Congratulations to all!

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These are pictures from New Balance Games where both the boys and girls broke records. And our Colgate finalist.  Way to go team!DSCN0186 DSCN0183 Izzie

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