For those of you who don't follow us on Social media, you may be unaware of our latest athletes to earn All-American status!
Congratulations goes out to Da'Vion Hepburn (3rd place, Long Jump) and Manito Quinones (4th place, Long Jump), who both earned All-American status while competing against some of the nation's best at the AAU Primary National Championships this past weekend in Orlando. Great job fellas- Zoom Nation is proud of you both!
CALI- BOUND- USATF REGION 4 RECAP
Zoom Nation also was well represented in Rock Hill, SC with 8 of our own competing for a chance to claim a spot at the USATF Jr. Olympics later this month in Sacramento.
Folks often refer to Region 4 as the ' Region of Death' because of the difficulty in making it out due to stiff competition and this year was no different. Despite the challenges, Zoom will be well represented in California this year, across 11 events. Advancing to Sacramento are:
In addition to the 67 athletes who earned qualification into the AAU Jr. Olympics, Zoom will look to add more post season accolades in the coming weeks!
Coach Leroy has been the man behind-the-scenes for Tallahassee Zoom since its inception in 2010.