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Iron Duke Throw Off (NY) Results

Results from the Iron Duke Throw Off Series on Thursday.

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New York Relays (NY) Results

National leader Tarik Robinson-O’Hagan (Woonsocket, RI) added to his best to win the New York Relays over the weekend. Michael Pinckney (HS For Construction, Ozone Park, NY) made a strong season debut for second place as well, while Olivia O’Connor (Hillhouse, New Haven, CT) won the girl’s competition.

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New Balance Nationals Indoors (NY) Results

After a huge performance last week that moved him to 5th all-time and a win at Nike Indoor Nationals on Friday, Tarik Robinson-O´Hagan (Woonsocket, RI) returned with another 80 foot throw to easily win this year’s New Balance Nationals in the weight throw on Saturday. Robinson’O’Hagan led six throwers over 70 feet. Local thrower Michael Pinckney (HS For Construction, Ozone Park, NY) took second, and Gary Moore Jr. (Hillhouse, New Haven, CT) launched a personal best to claim a close third place. In the girl’s competition Kosi Umerah (IMG Academy, Bradenton, FL) throwing a personal best to lead from start to finish. Olivia Campbell (Pittsfield, IL) and Zoe Carter-Konate (MICDS, St. Louis, MO) claimed second and third.

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Nike Indoor Nationals (NY) Results

The first of two championship meets started on Friday. Both Nike Indoor Nationals and New Balance Nationals Indoors took place over the weekend in New York. Scheduling allowed the top boys to compete at Nike on Friday and New Balance on Saturday. Unfortunately both girls finals were held on Friday so athletes had to choose one or the other. At the Nike meet Tarik Robinson-O’Hagan (Woonsocket, RI) threw 85 feet in his second straight competition to easily win, with local thrower Michael Pinckney (HS For Construction, Ozone Park, NY) tossing a personal best to also break 80 feet and take second. National leader Giavonna Meeks (Northfield, Denver, CO) claimed the girl’s title over Olivia O’Connor (Hillhouse, New Haven, CT).

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Millrose Games (NY) Results

There was lots of action in New York on Thursday. National leader Tarik Robinson-O’Hagan (Woonsocket, RI) took the early lead only to see Michael Pinckney (High School For Construction, Ozone Park, NY) pass him with his first ever throw over 80 feet. Robinson-O’Hagan then responded with an even bigger throw of 82’3″, enough to move to 10th all time and second best ever from Rhode Island. In the girl’s competition Katherina Powers (Hopkinton, MA) captured the win.

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New Balance Games (NY) Results

The weekend action at the Armory saw teammates Gary Moore Jr. (Hillhouse, New Haven, CT) and Olivia O’Connor (Hillhouse, New Haven, CT) capture wins. The pair of Connecticut throwers easily outdistanced the field, with O’Connor also throwing a personal best.

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US Air Force Hispanic Games (NY) Results

Michael Pinckney (HS For Construction, Ozone Park, NY) racked up a big win at the US Air Force Hispanic Games on Saturday. Gary Moore (Hillhouse, New Haven, CT) also launched a new personal best in second place. His teammate Olivia O’Connor (Hillhouse, New Haven, CT) also won the girl’s competition.

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Ocean Breeze Freedom Games (NY) Results

Aviana Rezendes (Classical, Providence, RI) and local thrower Myron Corpuz (Susan Wagner, Staten Island, NY) took home wins at the Ocean Breeze Freedom Games over the weekend.

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Bishop Loughlin Games (RI) Results

Big throws down in New York over the weekend. Senior Tarik Robinson-O’Hagan (Woonsocket, RI) broke the Ocean Breeze Track facility record with a huge toss of over 79 feet to win the Bishop Loughlin Games. Michael Pinckney (High School For Construction, Ozone Park, RI) was also over 70 feet in the competition while Aviana Rezendes (Classical, Providence, RI) won the girl’s competition.

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U.S. Air Force Hispanic Games (NY) Results

National leader Collin Burkhart (Nazareth Area, Nazareth, PA) took home a close win at the U.S. Air Force Hispanic Games on Saturday. Michael Pinckney (High School For Construction, Ozone Park, NY) nearly hit his personal best to come within three inches of the win, but Burkhart was able to hold on for the win. Girl’s national leader Leah Moore (Hillhouse, New Haven, CT) won the girl’s competition by more than ten feet.

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