Mission Statement

To provide youth athletes with the opportunity to pursue the sport of track and field and provide them with all the tools to compete at a championship level.


Vision Statement

To provide opportunities for youth through track and field that transitions them into the consummate student/athlete at the collegiate level. Through our programs, we aim to develop world class athletes not just in talent, but also in character, strength, and intelligence. We strive for our athletes to be scholarship athletes on, and off the track.

Record Breaking Kickoff to 2015

Mya celebrates her Gold Medal on the stand

Premier Athletics opened the 2015 campaign with an indoor track schedule to start its season for the first time. To open the season, they made a trip back to Birmingham, Alabama to the Crossplex. In 2012, the team competed in this venue in the AAU Indoor National Championship and came away with over eight indoor national champions. This time, they opened the indoor season in the Hoover Alumni Age Group Invitational. The four athletes competing turned in some eye catching performances, including a record record breaking effort from a Premier veteran in this exciting meet.

Starting out the day for Premier was Mya Solomon in the 11-12 Girls Mile. She dominated this race from the start and led the race the entire way with a record breaking pace. As the race continued, she held on and finshed strong to capture the championship, and erased an impressive record. Mya finished in 5:52.94, besting the previous mark by nearly six seconds. Mya also finished 6th in the 800m Run, as well as producing a personal best in the 200m Dash with a 12th place finish in 29.11.

Faith Hill captured two medals during the course of the meet. The first in the 400m dash. In a stellar field for the first meet of the season, Faith got off to a great start and challenged Trinity Flagler (the 2014 3-Time AAU Junior Olympics Runner-Up) throughout the race, with Faith taking the Silver medal in 1:01.80, just 0.77 behind the Champion Trinity. However, Faith came back and won the 800m title by over seven seconds, as well as placing 7th in the 200m dash.


Other performances included a newcomer to the team. Morgan Jennings joined the team this fall coming to us from Trackstar Track Club out of Florida. Morgan competed in the 200m dash, 400m dash and the 800m Run. Her medal winning performance was in the 800m Run, where she captured the Bronze medal with a time of 3:24. However, she also had two impressive Top Ten finishes in the 200m dash and 400m dash.


In addition, Alexia Wilson debuted in her first indoor meet of her career in the 15-16 Girls Mile. Alexia had a great first half of the race, but was outleaned at the finish for the bronze medal. Her 4th place finish coupled with her 7th place finish in the 800m run completed her day in her first indoor meet.

"Overall I think it was an impressive day for us. Shaking off the cobwebs of the offseason and the challenges of the meet schedule, we actually had some impressive performance. There is more work to do of course, but it is a great start. We'll definitely improve over the next few weeks in anticipation of our next indoor meet in January", said Coach Charles.


For more detailed meet coverage, please visit our Facebook site, as well as the meet results: