12th Hispanic Games
Jan 7-8, 2006 at the New York Armory

DyeStat on-site with John Dye, Donna Dye and Marc Davis


Prior Years

Always a bunch of US#1 marks and sometimes national records.



Bryan Scotland 4:14.35 leads four milers under 4:19 - US#1 marks also set by Simon Gratz PA boys 1:27.96 4x200, Lynne Layne 6.94 55m, Middle College girls 1:40.97 4x200, Clemore Henry 48.60 400m, Janine Davis 54.92 400m, Jeavon Benjamin 2:13.99 800m, Lauren Biscardi 5-8 HJ, Bever-Leigh Holloway 8.21 55H


St. Benedict's NJ sr Bryan Scotland (center) answered challenges by Mark Russell of Lockport NY (1) and Jon Martinez of North Rockland NY (13) to win boys invitational mile. 2005mile


Elzie Coleman 400m record



2004 - Elzie Coleman leads Jason Richardson halfway en route to national indoor record 46.58 in the 400m dash. Other big winners were Nicole Blood, Natasha Hastings, Hakon Devries, Devon Williams and Felipe Reyes.

2003 - Twelve US#1 performances, including Melville Rogers 21.98 and 48.66, Brian Dalpiaz 4:14.52, Mike Morrison 7-3, Shana Cox 24.08, Natasha Hastings 53.80, Katy Trotter 4:55.42 (Amanda Trotter 4:55.54), and William Penn PA 3:50.91.

2002 - Ten new US leading marks - Jason Lilly and Shana Cox win Outstanding Runner awards. - Maryland power Eleanor Roosevelt takes home three relay golds in US#1 time - Stacey Ann Livingston doubles in 800 and 4x800 - Brian Dalpiaz and Heather Iatauro win Millrose mile qualifiers

2001 - Ten US#1 marks - I. Perfection Harris doubles 23-10 LJ and 45-10 TJ. Glenn McFadden 21.51 US#1. Shana Cox 24.86 US#1.


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