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Speed City Breaks National Track Record
By Sentinel News Service
Published August 13, 2009

Speed City

The Speed City Track Club in Carson made noise at the National Junior Olympic Track & Field championships with their midget boys (11-12 year old) 4 x 800m relay team smashing the national record by almost six seconds. Brenden Scott, Chris Wilcox, Jayson Levias and Jerone Jackson blew away the field with a time of 9:19.93, breaking the old national record of 9:25.90 set in 2006.

The boys, posing with Olympic gold medalist Dan O’Brien and head coach Cliff School, won the meet nearly 13 seconds ahead of their nearest competitor (9:32.48 – Track Houston). In total, Speed City placed in six events, adding to the eight medals the club won last year,

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