Senior anchor Colton Bogucki may have graduated from The Jungle's HSR-setting 4x1 Mile Relay, but 3 other legs return. Photo by John Nepolitan.
Three blazing days of action!
The curtain has risen on the greatest high school indoor track and field meet in the nation: New Balance Nationals Indoor, March 8-10, 2019! We at the NSAF welcome more than 3,700 of the country's best sprinters, hurdlers, runners, jumpers, throwers, walkers and relay crews to the New Balance Track and Field Center at The Armory in New York City! This is our 9th NBNI since we partnered with our friends from New Balance.
How to follow NBNI
- NSAF's NBNI Home Page | NBNationals.com
- NBNI SCHEDULE (Revised) | Latest START LISTS (March 8)
- NSAF RaceDay App | LIVE WEBCAST | LIVE RESULTS
- NSAF Facebook Coverage | Twitter Feed | Instagram
Things you NEED to KNOW about NBNI
- NBNI Meet Waiver (print and sign it before you get to packet pickup)
- Admissions Page (advance ticket purchase info plus door rates)
- Meet Info | FINAL INSTRUCTIONS (all of the key details)
Our many great sponsors, partners and supporters
We have profound gratitude for our friends at New Balance -- the best partners we could hope for -- for working with us once again to make these the best three days in prep indoor T&F. Things will be rocking as usual at the New Balance booth!
We welcome Gatorade, our Official Sports Fuel Provider for another NBNI. Make sure to fuel up before and after your events!
Also supporting us at NBNI is our exclusive national sports medicine research partner, Sanford Sports Science Institute (SSSI), and Sanford Health – an integrated health system headquartered in the Dakotas. The SSSI conducts research in conjunction with the NSAF to help with the development of future Olympic and World Championship hopefuls.
The Official Baton Supplier for the NSAF is RelayBatons.com. Special batons will be presented to Championship relay winners during the award ceremonies. Also be sure to check their booth with your relay teammates to have your own personalized relay batons created.
Be on the lookout for our Recovery Zone on the track level at NBNI, sponsored by ROLL Recovery! It will be a space where athletes can stretch and roll out before, after, or between races and field events. Athletes can also sign up for giveaways and try and/or purchase ROLL Recovery products, which will be for sale at special discounted event pricing.
Try an ElliptiGo while you're here, also located on the track level, the world’s first elliptical bicycle which delivers a fun, comfortable and effective cardiovascular workout experience that inspires people and improves their lives -- while eliminating impact on joints. Learn more at NBNI and at their website and Facebook Page.
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Our NBNI competition bibs are provided by Athlete Race Numbers, the Official Bib Printer of the NSAF -- and creator of our fabulous new record banners. Meet Directors, be sure to check out Athlete Race Numbers for your own meets and use the handy NSAF16 code to receive a discount.
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Killer weekend of awesome performances ahead!
Here are some of the top performers and events to look for:
- Athing Mu (Trenton TC, Trenton, NJ junior) shocked the T&F world when she set an American women’s record in the USATF 600m (1:23.57). She will try and break the prep girls 800m record (2:01.78) and win her third NBN title.
- Katelyn Tuohy (North Rockland HS, Theills, NY junior) has won seven NBN indiv. and relay titles, indoors and out, and set 4 HS distance records so far. She’ll try to add to those totals in the distance and sprint med relays, plus either or both the 1M and 2M.
- Anna Hall (Valor Christian, Highlands Ranch, CO senior) is going for her third straight NBNI pentathlon title and trying to again break her new prep national record. She was the USATF Championship runner-up last month with 4,302 points, beating all but one elite woman.
- The Bullis School (Potomac, MD) boys will try and improve on the two prep national relay records they set in January: 1:25.60 for the 4x200 meters and 3:12.53 for the 4x400 meters.
- The boys’ 60m dash field includes three challengers to Casey Combest’s 6.57 prep national record from 1999: Lance Lang (McCluer North, Florissant, MO senior) with a best of 6.62 seconds, Micah Williams (Benson HS, Portland, OR junior) at 6.64 and Marcellus Moore (Plainfield North, IL junior) t 6.65.
- Taylor Ewert (Beavercreek, OH junior), who already owns scores of racewalking records and is a top national class runner, as well, will try and defend her 1-mile RW title and capture All-American honors in the 2-mile. She won the USATF Women’s 1M RW at the Millrose Games with a prep national record 6:28.21.
- Tamari Davis (Fla.), who swept the NBNI 60m and 200m dashes as a freshman last March is back to defend her titles. A key challenger in the 60 is her Florida rival Brianna Williams – last summer’s World U20 100 and 200 champ.
- Trey Knight (WA junior), who has smashed national weight throw class records each year, will try and defend his title in the event and come closer to Conor McCullough’s junior class and overall records.
- Some others include girls’ triple jump 2-time defending champ Jasmine Moore (Mansfield Lake Ridge, TX senior); the St. Benedict’s (Newark, NJ) boys 4x800 and sprint medley relays, where they are favored and could threaten records; the Loudoun Valley (Purcellville, VA) boys’ 4x1 mile relay (national record setters in 2018); and the Bullis and Western Branch (Chesapeake, VA) girls shuttle hurdle relay teams – which have been trading national records the past few years.
National HS T&F Hall of Fame Class of 2019
We are thrilled that our 2019 NBNI weekend also marks the induction of our second class of 17 to the National High School Track and Field Hall of Fame. Tickets are available HERE for the event, Sunday, March 10, starting at 5:30pm. Please visit our Hall of Fame website to see profiles of each of these 17 inductees and check out the live webcast at this Runnerspace.com link (7:30pm ET) if you can't be there in person.