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Posted on: December 9, 2020

[ARCHIVED] The G.O.A.T. Farm scorches in the terrain at the 2020 AAU Cross Country National Championship

2020 AAU Cross Country Championship - G.O.A.T. Farm

The G.O.A.T. Farm is an acronym for 'Greatest of All Time'. Find out what makes our student athletes great!

This past weekend the G.O.A.T. Farm competed in the 2020 AAU Cross Country National Championship in Tallahassee, FL. There were close to a total of 2,000 runners that participated in the meet. We couldn't be more proud of the team's stride toward excellence! 

Here are their performance results:

17 – 18 Year Old Girls

Dylainie Charlery – 23:12.08 – 219 of 336 runners

13 Year Old Girls

Kaylin Olivarez – 14:26.26 – 14th of 111 Runners

15 – 18 Year Old Boys

Francisco Ramirez – 16:36 – 46th of 194 Runners

Brandon Knieja – Brandon Knieja – 92nd of 194 Runners

14 – 16 Year Old Boys

Johnathan Tutton – 16:51.45 – 32nd of 206 Runners

Samuel Megginson – 17:25.03 – 60th of 206 Runners

Nathan Coyle – 18:31.50 – 115th of 206 Runners

13 – 14 Year Old Boys

Nathan Martinez-Hall – 15:06.54 – 83rd of 110 Runners

Matthew Boniface – 16:14.76 – 97th of 110 Runners

Kaylin received a Top 25 medal for her outstanding performance in her first AAU Race and will be entering high school ranked at the top of her freshman class!

This was both Nathan and Matthew's first time competing with the G.O.A.T. Farm. We welcome them both on board and look forward to watching them flourish! 

Just as there are first, there are also lasts, and this meet served as the final races with the G.O.A.T. Farm for athletes Francisco and Brandon. Both runners have been with the G.O.A.T. Farm since the very start of the program and have set the bar high for participants to follow. Their hard work and dedication over the past several years have made a tremendous contribution to the team's success. We wish both Brandon and Francisco the best of luck in the next chapter of their journey come graduation and thank them for their commitment to being 'the greatest of all time'! Once a G.O.A.T., always a G.O.A.T. and we look forward to cheering them both on in their future endeavors.

In addition to the dedication of our student athletes and coaching staff, we couldn't attribute our successes without the continued support of our team sponsors. Thank you Phil Hall, P.A. for your dedication to our students!

Way to go team! Congratulations!

Up next is the 2020 Track and Field Invitational in Birmingham, AL on December, 13th!

Stay tuned!

G.O.A.T. Farm Teammates 2020 AAU Championship - G.O.A.T. Farm Brandon Knieja and Francisco Ramirez - G.O.A.T. Farm  

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