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 "SMART" Debut!!!

 Premier Athletics finishes 5th in Division II Team Standings

April 14th, 2012


Premier Athletics Track Club started this season competing in the final two meets of the SMART Spring League series. And as the final points were being tallied, the team found themselves in the running for one of the Top Three Team trophies in Division II (teams with 10-39 athletes). When it was all over, the team finished 5th in its division, and 10th overall (out of 30 plus teams).


"When you consider that we only competed in only two meets in the four-meet series, this is a great accomplishment for us. We set out to see where we were in our season, to find out our strengths, and to gauge ourselves against the competition. I think we achieved everything we wanted! And even though we missed winning a trophy, I think we should be very excited about our outcome. If we stay focused and keep working hard, we're going to have an outstanding year", said Coach Charles Muhammad.

Greg Hill earned 7 medals in the SMART series

Leading our team in the series was our Midget Boys. Both our 4x100m and 4x400m relay teams went undefeated, and our "B-Team" relays also were 2nd and 3rd in consecutive weeks. HIghlighting the sprinters was Greg Hill, who won the 400m in Meet #3. He also came back in the series championship with a team leading 13.31 in the 100m, taking 3rd place. He earned 5 gold medals in the two meets (plus two bronze medals).


Elijah Gray also led the team in the middle distance area with 4 gold medals, 2 in the 400m and 2 in the 800m. He also captured a bronze medal in the 4x400m relay in the Bantam age group in meet #3.


And the surprise of the weekend was Anthony Johnson, our 5 year old, capturing a bronze medal in the mini-javelin. Competing against 8 year old athletes, this was a huge accomplishment.

Rayevan's 1500m win ranks 2nd fastest in the nation

Our Bantam Girls highlighted the girls side. Faith Hill led the way for our 4x400m relay team while also winning the 800m in the series championship. She also captured a bronze in the 400m in meet #3. In all, she came away with 6 medals in the 2 meets (1 Gold, 2 Silvers, and 3 Bronze). Rayevan Freeman captured 5 medals in addition to a 1500m title in the series championship. Mya Solomon also gained some notice as she captured a silver medal in the 800m in the series championship. Her 4 medals also sent notice that our Bantam Girls are represented well.


"I think that Bantam 4x400m relay gave us some exciting moments in ther race against Gazelle Track Club. They both are currently ranked in the top 7 nationally, and it'll be a great race to watch all season", said Coach Charles.


Bruce Mattox anchored our relays to 4 Gold medals

"As a team, across the board, we made some great improvement over the two weeks. When you look at Logan Williams and Terrell Parker, they made great improvements from week to week. Cameron Howell improved by two seconds in his 400m. Yterius Drew made some great improvement as well. So outside of the meadlists, we had few occassions where we didn't see an indication of improvement. And we're very proud of that!", says Coach Charles.


Other notables in the SMART series meets:


Bruce Mattox III - 6 Total Medals... 4 Golds (relays), 2 Silvers (100m, 400m)


Jevon Leonard - 6 Medals.... 3 Golds, including 1500m Gold Medalist


Jalen Roach - 5 Medals, including 100m Silver Medalist


Bantam Boys 4x100m relay (Bronze Medal in meet #3): Anthony Johnson, Bobby Harrell, Elijah Gray, and Ramel Greer.