Mission Statement

To provide Metro Atlanta 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.

A County Presence

 Premier Athletics shines in Clayton County Series Championship

Photo by Shutterspeed Photography
Greg Hill led the way for the Boys with 4 Gold Medals

April 21st, 2012


In its final tune-up for the summer season, Premier Athletics competed in the Clayton County Spring Series Championship. Upon conclusion, the team walked away with 12 individual first place finishes plus 2 relay wins, 11 second place individual finishes including a 2nd place relay, and 10 third place individual finishes, among several fourth place finishes. All around, a very impressive showing. "Very proud of the way we competed today in this meet. If its any sign of what's to come for this season, we are going to be a very good team. I'm excited about what's in store for us", said Coach Muhammad.


Leading the way for the Boys team was Greg Hill, with wins in the 100m, 200m, and running a strong 3rd leg in both the 4 x 100m relay, and 4 x 400m relay. Other multiple winners included Jevon Leonard (winning the 800m and leading off our 4 x 400m relay) and Nasir Muhammad (winning the 400m and the High Jump). Other Boys winners included:


Ramel Greer        200m Dash (10 & Under)

Elijah Gray           400m Dash (10 & Under)

Nasir Greer          100m Dash (14 & Under)

Nakai James        1600m Run (14 & Under)


Adding to great all-around performances was Bruce Mattox III, taking two bronze (3rd) medals plus anchoring both relays to wins. "I wanted to do well in this meet because a lot of my former teammates run in Clayton County. They had been talking about how they were going to beat us. I'm glad we performed the way we did", said Bruce III.

Aliyah Johnson was strong for the 8 & under Girls

Leading the way for the Girls team was Faith Hill. She captured wins in the 400m, the 800m, and ran strong legs in both our relays for the 10 & under girls. She led the way for a 1-2-3 sweep in the 400m and 800m, along with her teammates Rayevan Freeman and Mya Solomon. Rayevan places 2nd in the 800m and 3rd in the 400m, while Mya was 2nd in the 400m and 3rd in the 800m. The three of them comprised both relay teams (4 x 100m and 4 x 400m) along with Khari Carpenter to win both relays. Khari also placed 2nd place in the 100m.


Our other Girls Gold medalist was Aliyah Johnson. She won the 50m Dash for the 8 & under division while also finishing 2nd in the 100m, 2nd in the 200m, 3rd in the 400m, and 4th in the Long Jump.


Other notables included our 12 & under Girls relay team (4 x 400m) that featured Serenity Long, Gia Wright, Kayla Hunt, and Yterius Drew. Audreonna Drew garnered a 3rd place finish in the 100m dash for the 14 & under division, while Alexia Wilson contributed as well with a 2nd place finish in the 800m and a 3rd place finis in the 400m.


With this meet, the team completes its spring season and begins to prepare for the summer season which begins on May 12th when the team travels to Westlake High School in Atlanta for the 12th Annual Track Phi Track Invitational.


All photos by Shutterspeed Photography