Submitted Photo BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE Being able to showcase your talents in the Olympics is the pinnacle of many athletes’ careers. For some, being able to train those
The Next Level Track Club of Winston-Salem, head coached by Buddy Hayes, is a track and field club that competes in age group competitions while also providing tutorial and social skills education for young people.
Reynolds hurdler Gabriel Hammonds could be a surprise factor in these final weeks of high school track and field.
Briyonna Gambrell’s decision to try track and field was transformative and life-changing. In the not too distant past, Gambrell was clearly treading down the wrong path at North Forsyth.
Photo by Craig T. Greenlee Sophomore Malik Chambers runs on Mount Tabor’s 4×200 and 4×400 relay teams that finished second
Photo by Craig T. Greenlee Reynolds high jumper Tremond Wright is tied for first in NCRunners’ state rankings in Class
Above: Photo by Craig T. Greenlee- Parkland quarter-miler Lorenzo Graise expects to contend for a state title in the 400 this
In above photo: McKinley McNeill of Parkland hopes to improve her national ranking when she competes in the USATF Junior
In photos above: Raven Hamilton, left, and Domtila Kiplagat (Photos by Craig T. Greenlee) When it comes to women’s
In the photo above: Brian Sessoms breezed to victory in the 200-meter dash. (Photo by Craig T. Greenlee) Track and