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Here’s a little video of Jackson receiving his award for “Most Improved Varsity Runner” at this year’s Cross Country Banquet. I am so proud of this guy and the way he works to achieve his goals. And I’m excited to … Continue reading
Jackson posted a new personal record today: 19:24! That’s more than a minute better than his previous PR! So proud of this young man and all of his hard work. It brings me so much joy to watch him run. … Continue reading
This picture is a bit blurry, so you might not be able to see it clearly, but that’s 5:26.41 — a new PR!
Jackson competing in the 1600m before moving on to sectionals next weekend.
Sunny brought her good camera to the Metro meet. Here are a few of my favorite pictures of Jackson, along with a video clip:
After watching Jackson run his track events this weekend, he and I headed over to Atlanta to see Bon Iver in concert and we also decided to hit up Six Flags. We’re exhausted, but we had a great time! Love … Continue reading
This lightning fast runner just posted a new PR! And best of all, his improvement helped catapult his team to State next week! So proud of you, man!
Jackson had a big night earlier this week at his JV track meet. He set a new PR in the 400M Dash, shaving off three seconds and winning his heat. This is the first time he’s won a heat, which … Continue reading
Today was a huge day for Jackson. He ran sectionals with the Madison Academy cross-country team, which is a big deal for him as a seventh grader. He ran in a varsity competition about a month ago and finished his … Continue reading
I love watching this kid run.