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.

Elite Performances at AAU Club Championship

Premier Athletics Captures 5 AAU National Club Championships

July 14, 2013

Kissimme, FL

With just a few weeks remaining in the season before it culminates with the Junior Olympics, several members from Team Premier took their talents to Orlando, Florida to compete in the AAU Club Championship. Though the expectations were great, the results exceeded even what could be expected from a small contingent.


Matthew Harris sets two new Club Records

Mathew Harris led the way with his record breaking performance in the Pentathlon. In the 5 event multi, Matt repeated as AAU Club Champion in the event and also set another AAU Club Championship record in consecutive years. His 2539 points eclipsed the previous mark by 100 points (2439 of Ryley Neighbors, Va Beach Flames). In an encore, he also won the 80m Hurdles, setting a new Club Championship record of 12.42, also breaking Ryley Neighbors record. He also took 5th in the 400m dash and 9th in the 800m dash, his first time competing in the event.


Tenae' Grigsby wins two Gold Medals

Also bringing home two Club Championships was Tenae' Grigsby. Tenae' won the 800m run on Thursday in stunning fashion with a winning time of 2:18.53, just over a second off the Club Championship record. Then she culminated her weekend with a win in the 400m dash, winning in 57.15. This is extremely impressive being that this is only her third open 400m the entire season. To complete her week, she also took 4th in the 1500m run.


Jamal Ellis wins the Shot Put

Continuing his impressive season, Jamal Ellis won the Shot Put with a throw of 39-07.25. His consistency in this event has him proceeding with the right momentum towards nationals.


Other Medal Winners

Joshua Parker and Tayshaun Grigsby also made the medal stand in Orlando in the 800m run, both taking 6th place in their respective age divisions. Josh ran a 2:45.60 in the 8 & Under age division for 6th place, and Tayshaun ran 2:44.06 for 6th in the 9 year old boys division. Josh also finished 4th in the 400m dash final on Sunday.