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.

Track Phi Track Launches Summer Season

 Track Phi Track Invite showcases great performances

Kayla Hunt led the Girls Sprinters with 2 Medals

May 12th, 2012


The summer track season kicked off at Westlake High school, which hosted the 12th Annual Track Phi Track Invitational. And Premier Athletics started off the season in great fashion. The Girls team took away 10 individual medals and a relay win, while the Boys team took 11 individual medals along with 3 relay wins and a second place as well.


Faith Hill led the girls with a sweep of the 1500m run (Rayevan Freeman 2nd, and Mya Solomon 3rd) while also placing 4th in the 400m and 5th in the 800m. Another top finisher was Kayla Hunt. She finished 2nd in the 100m while also leading our Midget Girls (11-12 yr old) 4 x 400m relay team to a win. Alexia Wilson started her summer season with a 2nd place finish in the 800m, and finishing 3rd in the 1500m. And rejoining the team (running unattached) was Matoaka Wilson, who placed 2nd in the 1500m, as well as 3rd in the 800m. Other top finishers included:


Cassey Revere         2nd (100m)

Rayevan Freeman    2nd (1500m), 3rd (800m), 8th (400m)

Mya Solomon            3rd (1500m), 4th (800m), 6th (400m)

Serenity Long           1st (4 x 400m Relay)

Gia Wright                 1st (4 x 400m Relay)

Yterius Drew            1st (4 x 400m Relay)



All photos by Shutterspeed Photography



Elijah Gray nearly broke an 11 year old 400m record

For the boys, Elijah Gray highlighted the weekend by winning the 400m dash and the 800m run. His time of 1:03.39 in the 400m nearly broke one of the oldest records in the meet, which was set in 2001 by Steven Hill, 1st round draft pick of the New York Jets (1:03.21). While disappointed in being so close, he came back to win the 800m. Also sharing the spotlight for the weekend was Jevon Leonard. Jevon was a triple winner in the 800m and 1500m, while also leading off the 4 x 400m Midget Boys (11-12 yr old) relay team, which posted a Top Five time in the country. In addition, Matthew Harris posted two wins in the 80m Hurdles and the 400m. He, as well as Jevon and Elijah, posted National Elite Top 10 performances over this weekend.


Other notables included our Midget Boys B-Team relay, which took 2nd to our own team, and also our Intermediate Boys (15-16 yr old) 4 x 400m relay team came home winners. Our other medalists included:


Ramel Greer        2nd Place (100m)

Jalen Roach        3rd Place (100m)

Greg Hill              3rd Place (400m)

Bruce Mattox       2nd Place (400m)

Ethan Gray          3rd Place (400m)

Midget 4 x 100m  1st Place

                        (J. Lowe, J. Roach, G. Hill, B. Mattox)

Midget 4 x 400m  1st Place

                        (J. Leonard, C. Howell, G. Hill, B. Mattox)

Midget 4 x 400m  2nd Place

                        (J. Lowe, J. Roach, K. James, L. Williams)

Interm. 4 x 400m 1st Place

                        (S. Wells, E. Gray, J. Lang, J. Ridgel)