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.

North Carolina...Here We come!!

Premier Athletics crowns 14 Regional Champions...6 Runner Ups

July 4-7, 2013

Winter Park, FL

En route to the Junior Olympics, the next stop was Florida. The team took 14 athletes to Winter Park, Florida to compete in its first USATF Region 4 Championship. When it was all over, Premier Athletics had 25 finalists over the four day weekend and walked away with 14 Regional Champions, 6 Runner-Up Silver Medalists, and one bronze medallist. Along with 6 additional National qualifers, the team left Regionals with 26 medlaists. "We had an awesome weekend! It is a testament to how hard these kids have worked to be successful this season. With what happened this weekend, the momentum we have going to Greensboro (NC) is tremendous. We look to capitalize on the success we've had all season", said Coach Charles Muhammad.


Regional Champions

Tenae' Grigsby and Mathew Harris both captured three regional championships in Florida. In what was one of the best races of the meet, Tenae' captured her first regional championship with Premier on Friday night with a big win over Emoni Coleman, last year's AAU National Champion, in the 800m Run. Her time of 2:20.14 was a season best and USATF leading mark going into the Junior Olympics. She later came back to also win the 1500m Run over Cross Country powerhouses Nyah Hernandez and Valerie Whiten in a time of 5:08.62.


Matthew started the championships off with a record breaking win in the Pentathlon, with 2,414 points and the gold medal. He made his way through the prelims of the 80m Hurdles and the 400m Dash to come back on Sunday for the finals and capture both championships. His winning time of 12.18 in the 80m Hurdles is also a USATF leading mark going into the Junior Olympics. He came back later to also win the 400m Dash in 58.10. Capping his weekend, he also took 5th place in the Long Jump with a mark of 16-11.25.


Celebrating Independence Day and kicking off the weekend with a win was our 11-12 Girls 4 x 800m Relay. The team comprised of Evanna Green, Rayevan Freemen, Mya Solomon and Faith Hill won dominately in a time of 10:37.86. Though not a season best, it was good enough to win by over a minute and a half. Evanna Green also qualified for Nationals in the 800m Run (5th). Jamal Ellis continued to impress in the Shot Put, with his throw of 38-09.50. It was enough to capture the Regional Championship by about over two inches. It continues his trend of wins in the shot put. He also was the Runner-Up in the Discus with a throw of 97-04. Joshua Parker turned in a very impressive weekend as a 7 year old athlete to qualify for nationals in three events; in the 1500m Run (4th), 800m Run (4th), and the 400m Dash. He finished 2nd in the 400m Dash as the Regional Runner-Up, even though he has another year in the age group. In addition, our 11-12 Girls 4 x 100m Relay team came out of the prelims with the #1 seeded time. The team of Jazmin Williams, Kayla Hunt, Faith Hill and Evanna Green gave a gutty performance in the final, but got outleaned at the finish by Atlanta Lightspeed Track Club and ended up the Regional Runner-Up in the sprint relay. However, Kayla Hunt came back in the 200m Final to garner a bronze medal 3rd place finish in her first ever Regional Medal performance. Then to wrap up the weekend, our 11-12 Girls 4 x 400m Relay paved the way to another win, distancing themselves by over 12 seconds over Florida Elite to become Region 4 Champs in the event in a time of 4:16.07. The team of Jazmin Williams, Kayla Hunt, Faith Hill and Tenae'Grigsby captured the Gold for the Premier Athletics relay team.