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The Annual Fall XC Classic and AAU XC District championship were held at the beautiful Cunningham Park. The young student-athletes showed great enthusiam and were very competiative going thru the rigors of a cross country meet. The athletes from the … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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: … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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!
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! … Continue reading
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!
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 … Continue reading