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Track and Field

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 success in the national and international arenas, plus to make an increasing impact on the New York City club scene.

For information about New York Athletic Club running, please e-mail NYACRunning@gmail.com.

  • Latest News
    • NYAC Athletes Excel

      World Indoor Track and Field Championships
      Portland, OR
      March 17th-20th
      By James O’Brien

      For the first time since the inaugural event in 1987, the IAAF World Indoor Championships returned to the USA. The Rose City of Portland, OR was the host this time around - previously, it had been Indianapolis, IN - the Oregon Convention Center having been equipped with a vibrant lime green track expressly for this meet and the US championships, held the prior weekend.

      Four NYAC athletes survived the selection process and arrived in Portland to contest for world championships medals. A fifth, Reese Hoffa, made the team, but was unable to contest the Championships due to a prior commitment. The fantastic NYAC four were Michelle Carter and Jillian Camarena-Williams, who comprised 100% of the US women's shot put squad, Natasha Hastings in the women's 4x400m relay and Priscilla Frederick, competing in the women's high jump for Antigua and Barbuda. Sadly, on the Friday before her Sunday competition, Frederick strained a hamstring in training and had to withdraw. That could have posed bad karma for the NYAC; but, our athletes clearly know that they create their own karma.

      The shot put ladies were the first of the Club's athletes to appear in the arena, their event taking place on the Saturday. Both came into the meet with some serious credentials. Camarena-Williams is a 2008 Olympic Games finalist and had claimed a bronze medal at the World Championships (outdoors) in 2011. A back injury sidelined her in recent years; thankfully, those problems are behind her, as evidenced by her place on this team and her return to top level competition. Carter - daughter of 1984 Olympic shot put silver medalist, Michael Carter - also arrived in Portland with a serious resumé. A nine-time US champion (five outdoors, four indoors), Carter owns a bronze medal from this meet in 2012 as well as another bronze from the 2015 World Championships (outdoors). There was, therefore, every reason why fans of NYAC track and field could be hopeful that more medals would shortly find their way back to the City House.

      None of those medals would be won easily. New Zealand's Valerie Adams, the defending champion and who has won every major international shot put title at least twice, was in the field, having recovered from 2014 shoulder and elbow surgery. Adams had not set an indoor mark this season, however, while the woman leading the global list was none other than the NYAC's Carter, she having reached an impressive 19.49m. An intense competition was assured; they did not disappoint.

      With the longest seasonal bests in the field, Camarena-Williams, Adams and Carter were the last three throwers, in that order. Fittingly, Camarena-Williams launched a leader of 18.17m on her first attempt, though the NYAC woman's lead was short-lived. Adams threw the ball out to 18.49m, putting the pressure on Carter to respond in kind. She couldn't. A foul throw meant that, at the end of the first round, Adams held the lead with Camarena-Williams in second and Carter not on the board.

      Things changed in round two. Camarena-Williams fouled - and was bounced back to fourth by the 18.38m of Anita Marton of Hungary - while Adams couldn't improve on her first round attempt. Carter, however, issued a statement of intent by launching an 18.90m to charge into the lead. Adams was having none of that, however. In the third round, the titanic Kiwi reached an intimidating 19.25m, the longest throw in the world so far this year. At least it was for about two minutes. That's when Carter launched a rocket of her own, reaching 19.31m and showing Adams, and the entire field, that she was not about to let this title slip away without a fight.

      At this stage, only the leading eight throwers were allowed to continue throwing, the top four comprising Carter, Adams, Marton and Camarena-Williams.

      Camarena-Williams' fourth throw was legal, after two fouls, but could not improve her position. Marton's 19.01m kept her in third, while Adams fouled. Carter was on fire, though. Her fourth throw didn't improve her leading mark, but it did reach 19.28m, meaning that she held both of the two best throws of the competition, thus far.

      In the fifth round, Trinidad and Tobago's Cleopatra Borel proved a spoiler to Camarena-Williams' medal hopes. Borel reached 18.38m, bumping the NYAC woman back to fifth. That was hugely significant; under new IAAF rules effected this year, only the leading four throwers advance to the sixth and final round to battle for the medals. Camarena-Williams could not respond, Adams could not improve and Carter fouled; meaning that the four earning a sixth and decisive throw were Borel, Marton, Adams and Carter, though with the latter sill holding on to the pole position. No pressure.

      One round left, but it was far from over. Marton, inspired by the occasion, surged into the lead by blasting the shot out to 19.33m, a two centimeter advantage over Carter. That was a blow, for sure. Big trouble. Adams couldn't improve; so, with Carter throwing last, it was all on the final throw of the meet to determine gold and silver. You might call the NYAC woman a clutch performer, or maybe just awesome. With it all on the line, not only did she steal back the win, she did so with a massive US indoor record of 20.21m.

      "I was just thinking about focusing on what I needed to do," commented the new champion when asked of the perilous position in which she had found herself. "This year, one of the things that I've been working on is my mental game. The competitor in me came out today."

      Camarena-Williams, who ultimately placed fifth, commented, "I was almost ready to not go to the indoor championships (the US indoor nationals, the qualifier for this meet). But my husband persuaded me to just go and have a good time. I'm still trying to get my timing back. To be out there today when Michelle did what she did was really cool.

      With Saturday's shot put completed, NYAC attention turned to Sunday and the women's 4x400m relay, a straight final. Natasha Hastings, Olympic relay gold medalist from 2008, was up in her specialty event on this, the final day of world championships competition. As one of the most experienced competitors on the US team, there was every expectation that she and her three team mates - Quanera Hayes, Courtney Okolo and Ashley Spencer - could do some serious damage in what was the final women's track event of this meet.

      The NYAC woman was given the task of the opening leg, her job being to get the team into a prime position from which the next three could take advantage. Put it this way: the four did their jobs to devastating effect. From the gun, Hastings made sure that everybody knew the way this was going to go. She charged to the forefront, passing 200m in 24 seconds, then handing over an eight meter advantage (after a 51.89 split) to Hayes on the second leg. From that point on, the winners became clearer and clearer. Okolo blasted leg three, as did Spencer on the anchor. At the line, the USA foursome had 50m in hand over the second placed Poland. Their time was a blistering 3:26.38, the fastest ever recorded on US soil.

      "Any time we step on a track, we're going for gold," avowed Hastings. "We said it pre-meet, earlier this week, that we would get in front and stay in front. So, we came out here and got the job done."

      That was simply a fitting end to a remarkable championships. The city of Portland did a fantastic job, with a packed stadium every day and just the right balance of theatricality and intensity. The World Outdoor Championships will be hosted in the Rose City in 2021, the first time it has ever come to the USA. If that meet is anything like this meet, it will be unmissable.



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  • Videos


    • NYAC hammer and weight thrower Amanda Bingson interviewed by USATF.
      Click here to view her in action.




      The NYAC women won the Club Distance Medley Relay at the 108th NYRR Millrose on Saturday, February 14th. Click here to view their post race interview.

  • Athletes
  • NYC Marathon
    • 2016 NYAC New York City Marathon Results


      Men
      14. Brendan Martin (2:19:34)
      24. Michael Cassidy (2:24:02)
      31. Jerry Faulkner (2:27:01)
      140. Audun Nordtveit (2:42:35)
      188. Hector Rivera (2:44:55)

      Women
      11. Esther Atkins (2:37:11)
      14. Gwen Jorgensen (2:41:01)
      49. Caroline Lefrak (2:57:21)
      105. Heidi Hullinger (3:06:47)
  • Marathon Record Book
    • Top Ten Marathon Performers


      (Any Course)

      Men

      Women

      Meb Keflezighi
      (2:08:37) Boston, 2014
      Lisa Stublic
      (2:25:44) Zurich, 2013
      Jeffrey Eggleston
      (2:10:52) Gold Coast Marathon, 2014
      Esther Erb
      (2:33:15) Boston, 2014
      Tom Fleming
      (2:12:05) Boston, 1975
      Sarah Cummings
      (2:34:47) Chicago, 2014
      Sal Vega
      (2:14:01) Boston, 1983
      Kathy Newberry
      (2:35:32) NYC, 2010
      Luis Ostolozaga
      (2:14:29) NYC, 1981
      Roberta Groner
      (2:36:33) Boston, 2017
      John Henwood
      (2:15:05) NYC, 2005
      Caroline Lefrak
      (2:38:14) Houston, 2012
      Christopher Stewart
      (2:15:08) NYC, 1981
      Jeanna Composti
      (2:39:16) Sacramento, 2015
      Brendan Martin
      (2:15:30) Duluth, MN, 2015
      Catha Mullen
      (2:40:16) Boston, 2010
      Charles Miers
      (2:16:37) Virginia Beach, 1988
      Caitlin Phillips
      (2:41:34) Steamtown, 2016
      Tom Laris
      (2:16:48) Boston, 1967
      Caitlin Tormey
      (2:43:30) NYC, 2008

      Top Ten New York City Marathon Performers


      Men

      Women

      Meb Keflezighi
      (2:09:13) 2011
      Lisa Stublic
      (2:34:49) 2013
      Luis Ostolozaga
      (2:14:29) 1981
      Kathy Newberry
      (2:35:32) 2010
      John Henwood
      (2:15:05) 2005
      Esther Atkins
      (2:37:11) 2016
      Chris Stewart
      (2:15:08) 1981
      Catha Mullen
      (2:43:13) 2009
      Jeffrey Eggleston
      (2:16:35) 2013
      Caitlin Tormey
      (2:43:30) 2008
      Tom Fleming
      (2:16:52) 1976
      Julia Mallon
      (2:45:36) 2013
      Jim Rafferty
      (2:18:12) 1979
      Caroline Lefrak
      (2:24:36) 2008
      Sal Vega
      (2:18:33) 1982
      Kari Bertrand
      (2:47:43) 2000
      Brendan Martin
      (2:19:34) 2016
      Michelle Rorke
      (2:49:42) 2007
      Pete Sherry
      (2:20:38) 2001
      Abbi Antablin
      (2:50:23) 2008

      Top Ten Half-Marathon Performers


      (Any Course)

      Men

      Women

      Meb Keflezighi
      (1:01:22) Duluth, 2013
      Lisa Stublic
      (1:09:18) NYC, 2013
      Jeffrey Eggleston
      (1:02:41) Houston, 2015
      Megan Hogan
      (1:12:11) Hartford, 2014
      Steve Sundell
      (1:03:21) Houston, 2008
      Kathy Newberry
      (1:12:59) Houston, 2008
      Robert Molke
      (1:03:27) Houston, 2015
      Sarah Cummings
      (1:13:13) Houston, 2014
      Josh Simpson
      (1:03:27) Houston, 2010
      Liz Costello
      (1:13:29) Brooklyn, 2014
      Patrick Gildea
      (1:03:43) Houston 2008
      Julie Culley
      (1:13:31) NYC, 2012
      Tom Fleming
      (1:04:12)
      Reilly Kiernan
      (1:13:44) NYC, 2011
      Christopher Bendtsen
      (1:04:43) Houston, 2015
      Esther Atkins (née Erb)
      (1:13:45) Jacksonville, 2016
      Gian Caccia
      (1:04:46) NYC, 2011
      Carolina Lefrak
      (1:14:23) Philadelphia, 2011
      Matthew Forys
      (1:04:56) NYC, 2011
      Roberta Groner
      (1:14:26) NYC, 2017

      Top Ten New York City Half-Marathon Performers


      Men

      Women

      Meb Keflezighi
      (1:01:22) 2012
      Lisa Stublic
      (1:09:18) 2013
      Jeffrey Eggleston
      (1:03:32) 2014
      Julie Culley
      (1:13:31) 2012
      Gian Caccia
      (1:04:46) 2011
      Megan Hogan
      (1:13:40) 2015
      Matt Forys
      (1:04:56) 2011
      Reilly Kiernan
      (1:13:44) 2011
      Brendan Martin
      (1:05:30) 2015
      Sarah Cummings
      (1:14:20) 2014
      Christopher Pannone
      (1:05:32) 2011
      Roberta Groner
      (1:14:26) 2017
      Dan Daly
      (1:06:15) 2013
      Esther Erb
      (1:14:46) 2014
      Thomas Young
      (1:06:52) 2015
      Catha Mullen
      (1:14:48) 2010
      Christopher Bendtsen
      1:06:47 2017
      Betsy Burke
      (1:15:29) 2012
      Paolo Natali
      (1:07:00) 2014
      Liz Costello
      (1:16:02) 2014
  • Track and Field Record Book
    • Men
      100m - Lindy Remigino (10.4) - 1952
      200m - Antonio McKay (20.90) - 1989
      400m - Antonio McKay (45.08) - 1990
      800m - Tom Farrell (1:45.46) - 1968
      1500m - Bill Burke (3:35:74) - 1993
      5000m - Matt Centrowitz (13:12.91) - 1982
      10,000m - Clint Wells (27:56.90) - 2002
      3000m SC - Craig Forys (8:24.09) - 2014
      110mH - Jeff Porter (13.27) - 2014
      400mH - Justin Gaymon (48.46) - 2013
      Marathon - Meb Keflezighi (2:08:37) - 2014
      20k RW - Tim Seaman (1:22:02) - 2004 (USA Record)
      50k RW - Curt Clausen (3:48:04) - 1999 (USA Record)
      Hammer - Lance Deal (82.52m) - 1996 (USA Record)
      Discus - Al Oerter (69.46m) - 1980
      Shot Put - Reese Hoffa (22.43m) - 2007
      Javelin - Mike Barrett (84.20m) - 1991
      Long Jump - Joe Greene (8.66m) - 1992
      Pole Vault - Dean Starkey (5.92m) - 1994
      High Jump - Jamie Nieto (2.31m) - 2012
      Triple Jump - Joe Greene (16.73m) - 1992
      Decathlon - Dave Johnson (8549) - 1989

      Women
      100m - Jessica Zelinka (11.63) 2014
      200m - Natasha Hastings (22.57) 2016
      400m - Natasha Hastings (49.90) 2016
      800m - Alysia Montano (1:59.15) 2015
      1500m - Kerri Gallagher (4:03:56) 2015
      5000m - Nicole Tully (15:04.08) 2016
      10,000m - Katherine Newberry (32:50.97) 2008
      3000m SC - Lesley Higgins (9:58.63) 2008
      110mH - Jessica Zelinka (12.83) 2014
      400mH -
      Marathon - Lisa Stublic (2:25:44) 2013
      20k RW - Rachel Seaman (1:29:56) 2015
      Hammer - Amanda Bingson (75.73m) 2013 (USA Record)
      Discus -  Gia Lewis-Smallwood (64.01m) 2015
      Javelin - Brittany Borman (64.75m) 2015
      Shot Put - Michelle Carter (20.63m) 2016 (USA Record)
      Long Jump - Brianna Glenn (6.85m) 2012
      Pole Vault - Mary Saxer (4.70m) 2013
      High Jump - Priscilla Frederick (1.91m) 2015
      Triple Jump - Amanda Smock (13.97) 2013
      Heptathlon - Jessica Zelinka 6270 points (2014)

      All athletes affiliated with the NYAC at the time of competition. Please send any corrections to the attention of nyacrunning@gmail.com.
  • National Champions
    • 2016

      Miranda Melville (5000m Indoors RW, 15k RW Indoors)
      Michelle Carter (Shot Put Indoors & Outdoors)
      Men's 5k Team


      2015

      National Champions (14)

      Natasha Hastings (300m, Indoors)
      Amanda Smock (Triple Jump, Indoors)
      Michelle Carter (Shot Put, Indoors; Shot Put, Outdoors)
      Alysia Montano (600m, Indoors; 800m, Outdoors)

      Miranda Melville (15k RW; 20k RW; 5000m Indoor RW)
      Kibwe Johnson (Hammer Throw)
      Nicole Tully (5000m, Outdoors)
      Gia Lewis-Smallwood (Discus, Outdoors)
      Mikey Brannigan - Paralympic T20 1500m
      Men's 5k Team - Christopher Bendtsen, Gian Caccia, Jack Davies, Bobby Hartnett, David Saunders

      2014

      National Champions (15)

      Gwen Berry (Weight Throw)
      Tim Seaman (3000m RW)
      Amanda Smock (Triple Jump - Indoors & Outdoors)
      Michelle Carter (Shot Put - Indoors & Outdoors)
      Mary Saxer (Pole Vault - Indoors)
      Meb Keflezighi (Half Marathon)
      Miranda Melville (15k RW)
      Kibwe Johnson (Hammer)
      Amanda Bingson (Hammer)
      Men's Team - Craig Forys, Gian Caccia, David Nightingale, Christopher Bendsten and Jeffrey Weinstein (5K Road Race)
      Esther Erb (Marathon)
      Miranda Melville (5000m Race Walk- Indoors)
      Men's Team - Christopher Bendtsen, Gian Caccia, Brendan Martin, Rob Molke (USATF Club Road Running Team Championship)

      2013

      National Champions (10)

      Tim Seaman (3000m RW, 20,000 RW)
      Gwen Berry (Weight Throw)
      Amanda Smock (Triple Jump - Indoors)
      Jake Freeman (Weight Throw)
      Amanda Bingson (Hammer)
      Brittany Borman (Javelin)
      Miranda Melville (5000m RW Indoors, 15k RW)
      Meb Keflezighi (Half Marathon)

      2012

      National Champions (14)

      Jillian Camarena Williams (Shot Put - Indoors)
      Reese Hoffa (Shot Put - Indoors & Outdoors)
      Trevor Barron (3000m RW - Indoors)
      Lauren Forgues (1M RW Indoors)
      Jamie Nieto (High Jump)
      Kibwe Johnson (Hammer)
      Trevor Barron (20,000m RW)
      Jillian Camarena Williams (Shot Put)
      Amanda Smock (Triple Jump)
      Julie Culley (5000m)
      Meb Keflezighi (Marathon)
      Tim Seaman (15k RW)
      Men’s Team - Craig Forys, Matthew Forys, David Nighingale, Jon Phillips, Sebastian Schwelm (5k Road Race)


      2011

      National Champions (8)

      Jillian Camarena Williams (Shot Put – Indoors)
      Trevor Barron (3000m RW – Indoors, 20k RW Outdoors, 1 Mile Indoors, 15k RW)
      Kibwe Johnson (Hammer)
      Julie Culley (5k Road Race)
      Women's Team - Julie Culley, Lesley Higgins, Nicole Schappert (5k Road Race)

      2010

      National Champions (5)

      Jake Freeman (Hammer)
      Tim Seaman (1M RW Indoors, 3000m RW Indoors)
      Jillian Camarena Williams (Shot Put - Indoors & Outdoors)


      2009

      National Champions (8)

      Jillian Camarena Williams (Shot Put - Indoors)
      Tim Seaman (3000m RW - Indoors, 1M RW Indoors, 20k RW, 15km RW, 1 Hour RW, 5km RW, 30km RW)

      2008

      National Champions (4)

      Jillian Camarena Williams (Indoors)
      Kibwe Johnson (Indoors)
      Reese Hoffa (Shot Put)
      Tim Seaman (5km RW)

      2007

      National Champions (4)

      Jillian Camarena Williams (Shot Put - Indoors)
      Tim Seaman (5000m RW Indoors, 1M RW Indoors)
      Reese Hoffa (Shot Put)

      2006

      National Champions (7)

      Jolene Moore (1M Race Walk – Indoors)
      Tim Seaman (5000m RW, 10km RW, 1M Race Walk - Indoors, 3000m Race Walk - Indoors)
      Erin Gilreath (Weight Throw)
      Reese Hoffa (Shot Put)

      2005

      National Champions (10)

      Curt Clausen (30k RW)
      Jolene Moore (1M RW - Indoors)
      Amber Antonia (3000m RW - Indoors)
      Erin Gilreath (Weight Throw, Hammer)
      Tim Seaman (5000m RW, 10k RW, 20k RW, 1M RW - Indoors, 3000m RW - Indoors)

      2004

      National Champions (9)

      Curt Clausen (50k RW, 2 Hour RW, 15k RW)
      Erin Gilreath (Weight Throw, Hammer Throw)
      Tim Seaman (5000m RW, 20k RW, 40k RW, 5k RW)

      2003

      National Champions (7)

      Curt Clausen (30k RW, 15k RW, 2 HR RW, 10k RW, 50k RW)
      Tim Seaman (5000m RW, 5k RW)

      2002

      National Champions (8)

      Curt Clausen (50k RW, 10k RW)
      Tim Seaman (5000m RW, 40k RW, 30k RW, 20k RW)
      John McEwan (Weight Throw)
      Lance Deal (Hammer Throw)

      2001

      National Champions (6)

      Kevin McMahon (Hammer)
      Dawn Ellerbee (Hammer, Weight Throw)
      Tim Seaman (5000m RW, 15k RW)
      Curt Clausen (20k RW)

  • International Competition
    • 2016

      Rio Olympic Games

      Gwen Berry
      Brittany Borman
      Michelle Cater
      - gold
      Priscilla Frederick (Antigua and Barbuda)
      Natasha Hastings - gold
      Meb Keflezighi
      Kibwe Johnson
      Miranda Melville


      World Indoors

      Michelle Carter - gold
      Natasha Hastings - gold
      Jillian Williams


      World Championships IAU 50k

      Sarah Cummings

      IAAF Race Walking Teams Championship

      Miranda Melville



      2015

      World CHampionships

      Amanda Bingson
      Brittany Borman
      Michelle Carter
      - bronze
      Esther Erb
      Priscilla Frederick
      - Antigua & Barbuda
      Kerri Gallagher
      Natasha Hastings
      - silver
      Reese Hoffa
      Kibwe Johnson
      Gia Lewis-Smallwood
      Miranda Melville
      Alysia Montano
      Rachel Seaman
      - Canada
      Jeneva Stevens
      Nicole Tully
      Brad Walker

      North American, Central American, Caribbean Games (Nacac)

      Jillian Camarena-Williams - gold
      Jeneva Stevens - silver
      Priscilla Frederick - silver
      Brad Walker

      pam American Games

      Sarah Cummings
      Miranda Melville
      Rachel Seaman
      Gia Lewis-Smallwood
      - bronze
      Kibwe Johnson
      - gold
      Priscilla Frederick
      - silver
      Jillian Camarena-Williams
      - silver
      Jessica Zelinka
      Alysia Montano
      - gold, silver

      World Relays

      Alysia Montano - gold & American Record (4x800m)
      Natasha Hastings
      - gold
      Brycen Spratling
      - gold (4x400m) + gold & World Record (Distance Medley Relay)

      Great Edinburgh Cross Country Challenge

      Craig Forys (Team USA) - gold

      Pan American Race Walk Cup

      Miranda Melville
      Rachel Seaman

      2014

      Central American & Caribbean Games

      Priscilla Frederick - silver

      Race Walking World Cup

      Miranda Melville
      Rachel Seaman

      World Indoors

      Jeneva McCall
      Mary Saxer
      Michelle Carter

      Commonwealth Games

      Jessica Zelinka - silver
      Priscilla Frederick

      European Championships

      Lisa Stublic

      5 Nations

      Mary Saxer

      NACAC<23

      Christopher Bendsten - gold, silver

      World Half Marathon Championships

      Lisa Stublic

      Pan American Sports Festival

      Gwen Berry
      Craig Kinsley


      2013

      World Cross Country

      Delilah DiCrescenzo

      World Championships

      Amanda Bingson
      Jeneva McCall
      Reese Hoffa
      Brittany Borman
      Jessica Zelinka
      Jeffrey Eggleston
      Tim Seaman
      Miranda Melville

      NACAC Cross Country

      Craig Forys - gold
      Matt Forys

      World University Games

      Jeneva McCall - gold
      Nicole Schappert

      5 Nations

      Mary Saxer
      Amanda Smock


      2012

      Olympic Games

      Julie Culley
      Meb Keflezighi
      Jamie Nieto
      Amanda Smock
      Jillian Schwartz
      Lisa Stublic
      Rachel Seaman
      Trevor Barron
      Jillian Williams
      Reese Hoffa -
      bronze
      Kibwe Johnson

      World Indoors

      Mary Saxer
      Reese Hoffa
      Jillian Williams


      Bupa Cross Country

      Craig Forys
      Matt Forys

      Race Walking World Cup

      Tim Seaman
      Rachel Seaman
      Trevor Barron
      Lauren Forgues


      2011

      World Championships

      Kathy Newbery
      Reese Hoffa
      Jillian Williams -
      bronze
      Trevor Barron
      Kibwe Johnson
      Reese Hoffa
      Lisa Stublic
      Jillian Schwartz
      Rachel Seaman

      Bupa Cross Country

      Maggie Infeld

      Pan Am Games

      Annick Lamar
      Jamie Nieto


      2010

      Continental Cup

      Jillian Williams

      World Indoors

      Jillian Williams

      Commonwealth Games

      James Thie
  • NYRR Scoring Leaders
    • Top Ten Men
      Gian Caccia
      38
      Jerry Faulkner
      20
      David Nightingale
      20
      Thomas Young
      18
      Daniel Daly
      17
      Chris Bendtsen
      16
      Chris Ellis-Ferrara
      15
      Hector Rivera
      13
      Christopher Pannone     
      13
      Conor Shelley
      13


      Top Ten Women

      Lesley Maio
      33
      Maggie Tursi
      31
      Caitlin Phillips
      25
      Caroline Lefrak 23
      Alex Cadicamo
      22
      Jane Finck
      19
      Sarah Cummings 19
      Abbi Antablin
      18
      Jeanna Sondag              
      18
      Reilly Kiernan 16
      Cate Robbie
      16
      Katy McManus
      16