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ArmoryTrack.com posted a news article - Jan 11 2014, 06:47 AM
Cain, Wilson Take Wins As The Armory Celebrates 100 Years By Chris Lotsbom of ArmoryTrack.com ...
 
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ECLIPSEtrack
As long as Mary is a legit aged High School Student, she should be considered a High School Athlete. Her professional status does not change the fact that she is a 17 year old student attending her local high school. It would be wrong to not recognize her as such up until she enters college. How many kids have worked while in high school at the local bakery or restaurant, by no means are they professional bakers or chefs.
spmitchell1
exactly what I was thinking. There is no way she is a full time athlete, she is a full time high school student/athlete who just happens to have a job...after school.
Seaverfan
As much as I love Mary Cain, she is no longer a high school runner, she is a pro. Therefore I would hope Jack Shepard and the High School Track Staff and T & F news do NOT recognize her performances as a high school in the record books.
 
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Ajee' Wilson Post Race NYC Gotham Cup 2014 - 1st 1000m
 
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RunnerSpace.com/Pro posted a news article - Jan 11 2014, 03:37 AM
IN PROFESSIONAL DEBUT, CAIN SHOWCASES CHANGE AND CONFIDENCEBy Chris Lotsbom, @ChrisLotsbom(c) 2014 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved - Used with permission.NEW YORK (10-Jan) -- After Mary Cain stepped off the track last August at the 2013 IAAF W...
 
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ArmoryTrack.com posted a video - Jan 11 2014, 12:32 AM
NYC Gotham Cup - 1/10/2014 Armory Track & Field Center, NYC Results ...
 
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ArmoryTrack.com posted a news article - Jan 11 2014, 12:20 AM
The Armory Celebrates 100 Years By Chris Lotsbom of ArmoryTrack.com ...
 
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ArmoryTrack.com posted a news article - Jan 11 2014, 12:20 AM
AT&T Weekend Preview: January 10-12 By Chris Lotsbom, ArmoryTrack.com ...
 
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ArmoryTrack.com posted a news article - Jan 11 2014, 12:20 AM
100 Years of History at The Armory By Doug Binder, ArmoryTrack.com and DyeStat.com ...
 
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johnnydajogger
Thanks so much for this article. I ran indoor HS track at the Armory from 1958 to 1962.
Kevin
After getting caught up reading the news articles while transferring them over to the new site, I started to get an idea of what a special place The Armory is. I look forward to my first trip there, whenever that will be. I'm glad you're there to record and report on all the events and happenings, Doug!
Skeets
I ran in the armory from the early 1960s until the early 80s. I'll never forget the splintery floor, which if you fell on they would be picking splinters out of you for....Then there was the smell of hotdogs if you opened the East doors separating the track from the lobby (where the shoe store now is or at least it was there in 2008 the last time I was there. There was that long straightaway a level below the track where you could warm up (no girls track in those days) You could check your clothes bag for a quarter. Walking up the stairs from the entrance on the 168th Street side you could smell the rich odor of Atomic Balm or so other wintergreen analgesic. That would automatically begin to give meet the prerace jitters. For years after that whenever I smelled wintergreen I would immediately feel anxious.

But what I most remember is the competition. My first race was a novice 1000 in 1961. As a skinny high school frosh who had only been training for weeks I figured how hard could a "novice" race be? Well it was really tough. Winning a medal in a novice or varsity race would move you up to open races. It was extremely difficult to medal against the CHSAA, PSAL, and various suburban communities who came to race. It was a great experience. I was so pleased when it reopened as a track facility in 1994. The banked track brought many more teams. It was so fast that I told me kids that there was a gigantic turntable underneath that moved the track in the same direction as you were running to ensure fast times.
 
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ArmoryTrack.com posted a news article - Jan 10 2014, 03:50 PM
The 2014 New York City Gotham Cup will be broadcast live on ArmoryTrack.com. There is no charge to watch the event. WATCH HERE (Starts at 5 PM ET) ...
 
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KathyMcM, on , said:

where is this live webcast??? This link is not working for me. Is anyone else seeing this?



CherylPav, on , said:

I am also looking for it and cannot find it - very frustrating! Is anyone seeing this?


Hey guys, the broadcast will begin at 5 PM ET.

KathyMcM
where is this live webcast??? This link is not working for me. Is anyone else seeing this?
CherylPav
I am also looking for it and cannot find it - very frustrating! Is anyone seeing this?
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Venue:New Balance Track & Field Center at The Armory
Address:The Armory
216 Fort Washington Avenue
New York
New York
United States
10032
Sport:Track and Field
Level:College
Open/Club




Start Date:January 10th 2014
 

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