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 Nike Outdoor Nationals
June 18-20, 2009 at Greensboro NC
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 Thursday - Friday - Saturday

COMPLETE RESULTS with 1,434 DyeStat Elite marks: Boys - Girls


all the sideline scenes
Father's Day at NON

Saturday Winners
Friday winners
5k race sequence


Previews  - Entries - Heats - Fri Heats
Schedule - Videos

More NON Videos

Prior Years on DyeStat
2008 - 1998-2007

Meet's own web site
Saturday - 8 doubles ... and 1 very big quadruple - by SteveU.

Stat Attack! - SteveU's NON Stat Sheet, with all of the records, and all-time list revisions from the weekend, plus review the 24 new US#1s and vote for your DyeStat Performance of the Week.

A Clash of Titans - The high school ranks had never seen this many 70-footers in a single shot put ring, and discus star Mason Finley came out on top - Dave Devine story

No more doubting New Bern - Saturday's relay stunners were a reminder of how good the squad (left, photo by Donna Dye) has been this entire year - Dave Devine story

Plans go awry, but Andrews still wins - The 800 turned from a potential sub-1:50 fest into a tactical race as late-add Curtis Beach challenged US#1 Robby Andrews - SteveU story

John Nepolitan's Saturday Winners Gallery

Donna does Father's Day at NON 

 Crowd is into exciting relays Saturday night

photo by Donna Dye

Friday - Last-gasp wins and second act redemption - by Dave Devine
Complete Friday Results

Emily Vannoy: From 3 fouls to champion - Shot put story by SteveU

Sveinsson, Dunbar put the heat on rivals -
2M story by SteveU

Wayne Davis - 13.33 110H is US#5 all time
Chalonda Goodman -
100m threepeat in 11.38 MR
Trevor Dunbar - convincing 8:49.79 win in 2-mile
Chelsey Sveinsson
- 10:04.85 2-Mile
Hammer TC -
Jillian Smith anchor seals 4x800
Blazin' Raiders MD -
wins 4x200, favored in 2 more
Track Eastern Carolina - wins 4x200 and 1600 SMR

John Nepolitan's gallery of winners.

Tony Jones' Illinois Recap on DyeStatIL

Chelsey Sveinsson takes down Jordan Hasay's US soph record - Photo by Vic Sailer

 Emily Sisson

Solomon Haile

photos by Vic Sailer, Photorun.net

Thursday: 5000 meter races: Haile wanted faster, but Sisson pleased as can beby SteveU

Boys - Solomon Haile MD repeats in 14:32.36, breaking his own meet record set last year.

Girls - Emily Sisson MO wins in 16:34.36 US#11 all time.  After a brief challenge by Shelby Greany NY on lap 7, Sisson surged and won as she pleased.

John Nepolitan's 5k race sequence

Winners Table
Click on event for results and photos.  Action photos are still being added.

 Dentarius Locke FL 10.59 -2.6
 Qual: Dentarius Locke FL and Prezel Hardy TX 10.41
 100 Chalonda Goodman GA 11.38 -1.8
 Qual: Chalonda Goodman GA 11.30 +0.7 MR
 Dentarius Locke FL 20.87 +3.2
 Qual: Dentarius Locke FL 21.04 +0.1
 200 Chalonda Goodman GA 22.94 -0.6
 Qual: Allison Peter VI 23.50 +3.2
 Tavaris Tate MS 46.17
 400 Ebony Eutsey FL 52.07
 Robby Andrews  NJ 1:50.05 - Video
 800 Claudia Francis NY 2:05.47
 Christopher Stogsdill NY 4:06.70
 Freshman: Futsum Zeinasellassie IN 4:25.05
 Mile Chelsea Sveinsson TX 4:40.24 - Race Video
 Freshman: Megan Ferowich TN 5:01.04
 Trevor Dunbar AK 8:49.79
 2-Mile Chelsea Sveinsson TX 10:04.85
 Alex Deir NY 5:53.13
 Sarah Higgens IN 7:05.05
 Solomon Haile MD 14:32.36
 5000 Emily Sisson MO 16:34.36
 Wayne Davis NC 13.37 -1.3
 Qual: Wayne Davis NC 13.33 +0.2
 100/110H Janice Stowers SC 13.59 -1.1
 Qual: Jasmin Stowers SC 13.49 +2.2
 Reggie Wyatt CA 49.78 - Race Video
 400H  Brianna Rollins FL 1:00.58
 Ben Davis IN 41.09 4x100 Blazin' Raiders (Eleanor Roosevelt MD) 45.36
 Track EC (New Bern NC) 1:24.80
 4x200 Blazin' Raiders (Eleanor Roosevelt MD) 1:36.54
 Track EC (New Bern NC) 3:08.05 - Race Video
 4x400 Miami Northwestern FL 3:42.36
 Morris Hills NJ 7:42.30 4x800 Hammer TC NJ (Southern Regional) 8:52.80
 The Woodlands TX 17:17.21
 4xMile Newton Center (Newton South MA) 20:23.20
 Track EC (New Bern NC) 1:28.20 USR- Race Video
 800 SMR
 Withrow OH 1:41.73
 Track EC (New Bern NC) 3:24.55
 1600 SMR
 Northwestern FL 3:55.58
 The Woodlands TX 9:55.17 - Race Video
 DMR Collins Hill GA 11:42.94
 Erik Kynard OH 7-3.25
High Jump Tynita Butts VA 5-10.50
 Damar Forbes GA 24-04.50 +0.0Long Jump Andrea Geubelle WA 20-00.50 +0.1
 Ricardo Jaquite MA 49-10.00 +1.5Triple Jump Andrea Geubelle WA 42-10.25 -1.1
 Jack Whitt OK 17-08.25
 Pole Vault Shade Weygandt TX 13-3
 Mason Finley CO 71-08.75
 Shot Put Emily Vannoy MD 48-02.50
 Mason Finley CO 211-00 Discus
 Alex Collatz CA 162-06
 Devin Bogert TX 208-3
 Heather Bergmann KS 157-02
 Alec Faldermeyer NY 227-6
 Hammer Lauren Chambers GA 174-09

This is the 19th annual running of the meet that has become the premier high school track and field championship meet of the year.  From the 5k on Thursday night through the closing 4x400 relays on Saturday night, there is brilliant competition without a break except for sleep.  The brightest star last year was German Fernandez with his USR 2-mile of 8:34.40.  Who will it be this year?

NON Previews
  • Whitt and Weygandt in the pole position for NON - The nation's top-ranked vaulters have taken different paths to favored status - by Dave Devine
  • SteveU's Analysis/Predictions: Boys - Girls. Analysis of each event category, with top three and winning perfomances picked.
  • Could this be the year South Eugene's 4xMile record falls? - Squads from several top NXN teams could provide a stiff challenge to the 33 year-old record - by Dave Devine
  • SteveU's Sweet 16 Storylines - The historically deep fields, great matchups, star showcases, and the record chasers - it's all here
  • Vic Sailer - famed photographer, a fixture at NON, celebrates 50th birthday
  • KABOOM X 4! - Four 70-foot shot putters lead greatest throws field ever - Elliot Denman
  • Ebony Eutsey - Florida junior sets sights beyond Greensboro to Italy (World Youth Championships).  Story by Elliot Denman.
  • Sheepshead Bay Sharks - Marc Bloom visits his alma mater in Brooklyn to see coach John Padula's team prepare for 4x100 title defense.

Last Year
Chalonda Goodman GA doubled in the 100 and 200 the last 2 years.  She's back to go for a three-peat. 
German Fernandez CA broke Jeff Nelson's national record for 2 miles with a stunning solo, front running performance.  No one is expected to repeat this. 

Eleanor Roosevelt MD won't have Tasha Stanley back to defend their 4x200 and 4x400 titles, but new runners have them top seeded again in three sprint relays. 
photos by John Dye