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2009 Reebok Grand Prix 
May 30, 2009
Icahn Stadium, Randalls Island, New York



HS Fields are set for Reebok Grand Prix





Lane

 

From

     

Boys HS 100m

   

1

Rashawn Simpson

Springfield Gardens HS

2

Dexter Lee

Herbert Morrison Tech. HS

3

Oshane Bailey

Calabar HS

4

Miles Lewis

Middle Country HS

5

Donald Williams

Midwood HS

6

Anthony Quezada

Sachem HS

7

Charles Berfrantz

North Babylon HS

8

Xavier Shields

Campus Magnet HS

9

Tristian Akong

St. Francis Prep.

Girls HS 800

   

1

Briana Welch

North Shore HS

2

Phyllis Francis

Catherine McAuley HS

3

Dana Walsh

Covenant of Sacred Heart HS

4

Emily Menges

Garden City HS

5

Henrietta Miers

Bronxville HS

6

Alicia Williams

St. Anthony's HS

7

Cluadia Francis

Benjamin Cardozo HS

8

Shevelle McDonald

St. Jago

9

Mariah Claudio

St. John Villa Academy

     

Boys HS 800

   

1

Daniel Zaccariello

St. Joes by the Sea HS

2

Bernard Moore

Chaminade HS

3

Sean Atkinson

Nazareth HS

4

Paul Gilhuely

Bishop Ford HS

5

Jean P. St. Germain

Westbury HS

6

Waquar Decosta

Jamaica Collge

7

Queens Royal College

Queens Royal College

8

Tyler Stewart

Colonie Central HS

9

Sean Halpin

Iona Prep. HS

10

Danny Brown

North Babylon HS

     

Girls 4x100

   

1

Benjamin Cardozo

Flushing, NY

2

Middle College

Brooklyn, NY

3

Mount Vernon

Mount Vernon, NY

4

Campus Magnet

Cambria Heights, NY

5

Paul Robeson

Brooklyn, NY

6

Herbert Morrison

Montego Bay, JAM

7

Newburg Free Academy

Newburg, NY

8

Elmont

Elmont, NY

     

Boys 4x100

   

1

Kingston College

East Kingston, JAM

2

Calabar

Kingston, JAM

3

St. Jago

Spanish Town, JAM

4

Sheepshead Bay

Brooklyn, NY

5

Middle College

Brooklyn, NY

6

Mount St Michael Academy

Bronx, NY

7

Ramapo

Spring Valley, NY

8

St. John the Baptist

West Islip, NY

     

Girls 4x400

   

1

Herbert Morrison Tech.

Montego Bay, JAM

2

Garden City

Garden City, NY

3

Benjamin Cardozo

Flushing, NY

4

Mount Vernon

Mount Vernon, NY

5

Brentwood

Brentwood, NY

6

Bishop Ford

Brooklyn, NY

7

Newburg

Newburg, NY

8

St. Anthony's

Melville, NY

9

St. John the Baptist

West Isip, NY

     

Boys 4x400

   

1

Fordham Prep

Bronx, NY

2

Springfield Gardens

Springfield Gardens, NY

3

Clara Barton

Brooklyn, NY

4

Newburg Free Academy

Newburg, NY

5

Holy Trinity

Hicksville, NY

6

Kingston College

East Kingston, JAM

7

Calabar

Kingston, JAM

8

Herbert Morrison

Montego Bay, JAM

9

St. Jago

Spanish Town, JAM

10

Ramapo

Spring Valley, NY

     

Boys 4x800

   

1

Half Hollow Hills West

Dix Hills, NY

2

Transit Tech

Brooklyn, NY

3

Great Neck South

Great Neck, NY

4

Iona Prep

New Rochelle, NY

5

St. Anthony's

Melville, NY

6

Liverpool

Liverpool, NY

7

Arlington

Arlington, NY

8

Pine Bush

Pine Bush, NY

9

Monsignor Farrell

Staten Island, NY

     

Metro 4x400

   

1

Executive Track Club

New Jersey

2

Islander Track Club

New York

3

Shore AC

New Jersey

4

Elite Training Group

New York

5

Zenith Velocity Athletic Club

New York

6

Nike Central Park Track Club

New York

7

New Horizon Track Club

New York

8

Elmont Track Club

New York

     

Fast Kid Boys

   

1

Jonathan Grant

Valley Stream, NY

2

Justin Marshland

Nyack, NY

3

Aron Cruickshank

Brooklyn, NY

4

Nii Afotey Adjoga-Out

Newark, NJ

5

Jordan Fitz-Coy

Bronx, NY

6

Jaris McClamb

Irvington, NJ

7

justin Bobbitt

Maplewood, NJ

8

Naseem Caldwell

Roselle, NJ

     

Fast Kid Girls

   

1

Daniella Griffith

Brooklyn, NY

2

Dominique Jackson

Bronx, NY

3

Kaia Peterson

Laurelton, NY

4

Asia Cooper

Newark, NJ

5

Keiana Biddle

Brooklyn, NY

6

Taylor Anderson

Bronx, NY

7

Briana Reckling

Irvington, NJ

8

Kymesha Butler

Brooklyn, NY

9

Jada Blackheart

Yonkers, NY




Once again the Reebok Grand Prix, part of the IAAF's new Diamond League, will be holding high school events as part of the days schedule.  The 2008  Reebok Grad Prix was the site of a new World Record in the 100 meters by Usain Bolt.

Scholastic Events to be contested at the 2009 Reebok Grand Prix:


Scholastic Boys Events Scholastic Girls Events
 4x400m Relay 4x100m Relay
 4x800m Relay 4x400m Relay
 Invitational 100m Invitational 800m
 Invitational 800m 



Scholastic-relay qualification process for the 2009 Reebok Grand Prix:
Teams can gain entrance into the Reebok Grand Prix by attending a qualifying event (listed below) and securing an
automatic qualifying position. (These teams will earn an invitation pending clearance from their local state federation.)



EventFacility LocationDateQualifying Teams
New York RelaysIcahn StadiumRandall’s Island, NYApril 18, 2009 3
St. Anthony’s InviteSt. Anthony’s HSSouth Huntington, NYMay 1, 2009 1
Loucks GamesWhite Plains HSWhite Plains, NYMay 9, 2009 1
The remaining positions will be selected by invitation, no later than May 18.


Scholastic Invitational Boys’ 100m, 800m and Girls’ 800m qualification process:
The Scholastic Invitational Boys’ 100m, 800m and Girls’ 800m fields are invitation-only events. Coaches interested in nominating an athlete for possible entry should contact Paul Moser via email at moser@globalathletics.com.

NOTE:
1. The scholastic portion of the 2009 Reebok Grand Prix will have a National Federation of High School (NFHS)
sanction. Athletes will be expected to compete for their respective High School and club teams will not be
permitted.
2. Participation in qualifying events will be taken into account during the selection process.
3. Athletes will not be allowed to double in any of the events without prior approval from the meet organizers.
4. Only one school can be represented per relay event.
5. There are no limits on how many times a team may attempt to secure an automatic qualifier.
6. Participation in qualifying event is not mandatory to gain entrance into the 2009 Reebok Grand Prix.
All scholastic inquires: contact Paul Moser moser@globalathletics.com.
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