Part 1 - Introduction,
Part 2 - Athletes
Part 3 - Parents, Coaches, Fans,
and their Athletes
Once again we were in New York City with all of the hustle and
bustle and great track and field action at the New York Armory.
You can count on an exciting time at the Armory with all of the
music, great competitions and the fastest track in the country.
The Marty Glickman Award Winners
During the New Balance Games the Marty Glickman Award winners
are honored. The award is named in honor of the recently deceased
Hall of Fame Broadcaster and Track Star. Winners come from New
York schools selected for their overall achievements in academics,
team spirit and community service. This year Brooklyn Technical
was the winner and Westmoreland Central was runner up.
|Brooklyn Technical Winner for Outstanding
Efforts in Academic, Team Spirit and Community Service--They
receive a $10,000 Scholarship.
|Westmoreland Central--Runner UP--earns a $5,000 Award
Outstanding Performers of the Games: Eleanor Roosevelt-MD
|(From Left) Joshua Cotton, Kaprice Williams, Reneé
Clarke, Kyle Postell, Tiandra Ponteen, Coach Colbert, Sammy
Sesay (Front) Romona Modeste, Coach Ameerah Bello and
|Andre Alfred and Diane Augustine. It's
hard to believe, but Andre has done the photo timing at 55
of the 85 meets at the Armory this year. If that's not enough,
his other job is Cook for the New York Yankees where he cooks
them anything they want.
|Tom Cuffe-Monsignor Farrell NY. Today Tom was the
upbeat, colorful announcer. Tomorrow he goes back to Coach
Cuffe. Tom has an interesting background. He was named among
the top ten coaches in America by the USATF. He was an all
american in high school at Farrell in the 3000 steeplechase.
He is in his 3rd year as head coach of the Monsignor Farrell
| Ed Joyce at Work!
|John Endres--One of the hard working
finish line clerks
1 - Introduction and Workerbees
Part 2 - Athletes
Part 3 - Parents, Coaches,
Fans, and their Athletes