Track & Field

Meb takes the Boston Marathon
The NYAC's Meb Keflezighi claimed the 2014 Boston Marathon title, the first American male to do so since 1983.
The NY Times features Meb and the NYAC.
Click here to read the story.

When the New York Athletic Club was founded in September of 1868 it was with the sport of track and field very much in mind. On November 11th, 1868, the fledgling NYAC sponsored the first indoor track meet in American history. Subsequently, in 1874, the Club sponsored the first inter-collegiate championships, and, in 1876, the first national championships.

Among the NYAC's founding precepts was to provide competitive opportunities for athletes who, having graduated, no longer had the benefit of college affiliation. Continuing that tradition, the NYAC Track and Field team is an amalgam of former NCAA All-American athletes and emerging local talent. Our goals are continued individual success, plus to make an increasing impact on the New York City club scene.

2014 U.S. Indoor Championships
Feb. 22-23, 2014 

Gold Medals Gwen Berry, Weight Throw (23.82m)
Amanda Smock, Triple Jump (13.81m)
Tim Seaman, 3000m Race Walk (11:40.75)
Mary Saxer, Pole Vault (4.71m)
Michelle Carter, Shot Put (18.45m)
Silver Medals Jeneva McCall, Shot Put (18.28m)
Miranda Melville, 3000m Race Walk (12:59.75)
Bronze Medals Jake Freeman, Weight Throw (22.89m)
 Jeneva McCall, Weight Throw (23.68m) 

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