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.

Record Breaking Memorial Day

Team sets 8 new meet records at Mark Trail Invitational

Bantam Girls swept the 800m and 1500m runs

May 27th, 2012


In what has become one of the premier Memorial Day events, the Mark Trail Invitational showcased some of the best talent in the sprint events in the region. In addition, the middle distance events got a big spike this year with some record breaking performances from Premier Athletics. With strong performances across the team, a trophy was in hand by the end of the meet, with our team taking home the Runner-Up (2nd Place) award for the Class B Teams (teams between 25 and 50 athletes). "This was an exciting debut for us in this meet. Very proud of the way we performed", said Coach Charles Muhammad.


All photos by Shutterspeed Photography

www.pickmyshots.com and www.shutterspeedshots.com

Jordyn Roach sets a new meet record in the 100m dash

In the end, the team walked away with 21 individual medals, 3 relay wins, four 2nd place relays, and a 3rd place B-Team relay for the Midget Boys 4 x 400m relay. But the day was highlighted by some record breaking performances.

Jordyn Roach set a new meet record of 18.80 in the 5-6 yr old Girls 100m dash, while also finishing 2nd in the 200m dash.

Mya Solomon set a new meet record of 2:40.49 in the 10 yr. old Girls 800m dash, while also finishing 3rd in the 1500m and 2nd as part of the Bantam Girls 4 x 400m relay.

Rayevan Freeman set a new meet record of 5:35.20 in the 10 yr. old Girls 1500m run, while also placing 3rd in the 800m and 2nd as part of the Bantam Girls 4 x 400m relay.

Elijah Gray set a new meet record of 2:28.86 in the 10 yr. old Boys 800m run, while also placing 2nd in the 400m dash.

Jevon Leonard set a new meet record of 2:28.09 in the 11 yr. old Boys 800m run. He also took 3rd in the 400m dash.


Adrienne Gilbert set two new meet records in the Intermediate Girls division. She won the Discus (93-01) and the Javelin (54-06) in record breaking fashion, while also taking 2nd in the Shot Put.


And lastly, our Midget Boys 4 x 400m relay set a new meet record of 4:09.74, which also was 3rd in the country at the time. The relay consisted of Jevon Leonard, Matthew Harris, Greg Hill, and Bruce Mattox.

Our other individual medalists included:


Faith Hill                    2nd, 10 Yr. Girls 800m

                                  2nd, 10 Yr. Girls 1500m


Matoaka Wilson         2nd, 13 Yr. Girls 800m

                                  3rd, 13 Yr. Girls 1500m


Lemer Greer              3rd, Int. Girls 100m Hurdles


Joshua Parker           2nd, 7 Yr. Boys 400m dash


Matthew Harris          2nd, 11 Yr. Boys 80m Hurdles

                                  2nd, 11 Yr. Boys 400m


Katai James              3rd, 11 Yr Boys Shot Put


Greg Hill                   3rd, 12 Yr. Boys 100m dash


Bruce Mattox             2nd, 12 Yr. Boys 400m dash


Cameron Howell        3rd, 12 Yr Boys 800m run


Nakai James              3rd, 14 Yr Boys 1500m run

                                  3rd, 14 Yr Boys Javelin


Samuel Wells            2nd, Int. Boys 400m Hurdles


Terrell Parker             3rd, Int. Boys 400m Hurdles


Anthony Lovelace      3rd, Int. Boys Discus and Shot

Premier Captures its First Team Trophy