AAU District Qualifier - Columbus Recap

           Jack Malczewski of the Strongsville Track Club took the 800m win the 17-18 division.   


The AAU District Qualifier - Columbus meet took place on Saturday, June 24th at Franklin Heights High School and MileSplit Ohio was on site to observe the exciting track and field action.  

Ashaunti Griffin of the Cleveland Express Track Club won the 200m, 400m and Long Jump events in the 15-16 division at the AAU District Qualifier - Columbus meet.  Griffin produced 1st place results of 26.78, 1:00.98 and 15-03.75 respectively.  


           Ashaunti Griffin picked up three wins at the AAU District Qualifier - Columbus meet. 


McKenzie Long of the Ohio Heat won the 100m race with her time of 12.09 and she also took 1st place in the 200m event with her 24.99 result.  These performances took place in the 17-18 division.  


           McKenzie Long won the 100m and 200m races at the AAU District Qualifier - Columbus meet.  


In the 17-18 division, the Cleveland Express Track Club's Nia Robinson took the win in the 400m race with her time of 58.46 and Kennedy Coker of the Dayton Wolverines won the 400m hurdles event with her 1:10.48 effort.    


           Nia Robinson of the Cleveland Express Track Club won the 400m race in the 17-18 division. 


           Kennedy Coker of the Dayton Wolverines took the 400m hurdles win in the 17-18 division.  


In team relay action, the Ohio Heat won the 4 x 100m with their time of 47.13 and the Cleveland Express Track Club took 1st place in the 4 x 400m with their 4:27.70 result.  These performances took place in the 17-18 division.  


           The Ohio Heat's 4 x 100m relay team celebrating their win with coach Tremayne Peppers. 


           The Cleveland Express won the 4 x 400m relay at the AAU District Qualifier - Columbus meet.


Del'Mario Hairston of the Cleveland Express Track Club made his presence known in the 15-16 division at the AAU District Qualifier - Columbus meet, as he picked up four wins.  Hairston won the 100m, 200m, 400m and Long Jump events with results of 11.12, 22.41, 49.46 and 21-06.00 respectively.  


           Del'Mario Hairston won four events at the AAU District Qualifier - Columbus meet. 


In the 17-18 division, Lonzell Feagin of the Ohio Heat won the 100m in 10.85 and the 200m in 22.25. Feagin also claimed the 400m win with his 49.17 effort.  


           Lonzell Feagin picked up three wins at the AAU District Qualifier - Columbus meet. 


In the 15-16 division, Kelly Wilson of the Ohio Heat won the 110m hurdles in a time of 15.31 and he also took 1st place in the 400m hurdles event with his result of 59.11.  Dawson Rivers of the West Akron Track Club took the 400m hurdles win in the 17-18 division with his time of 58.14. 


           Kelly Wilson of the Ohio Heat recorded two wins at the AAU District Qualifier - Columbus meet.


           Dawson Rivers of the West Akron Track Club won the 400m hurdles race in a time of 58.14. 


Jack Malczewski of the Strongsville Track Club won the 800m race in the 17-18 division with his time of 2:06.85 and Daniel Gaffney of the Lima Striders took the win in the 1500m event with his 4:31.15 result.  Gaffney's performance took place in the 15-16 division.  


           Jack Malczewski of the Strongsville Track Club secured the 800m win in a time of 2:06.85.  


           Daniel Gaffney of the Lima Striders won the 1500m race in a time of 4:31.15.  


Congratulations to all of the athletes who competed at the AAU District Qualifier - Columbus meet and thank you to meet director, DeCarlo Blackwell for welcoming MileSplit Ohio to cover the action. 

Full results can be found here: 

http://oh.milesplit.com/meets/281333/results/531690/raw#.WVLF1mgrLIU

Race videos and athlete interviews can be found here:   

http://oh.milesplit.com/meets/281333/videos#.WVLBbmgrLIU

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