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Atlanta Track Club is proud to recognize the outstanding accomplishments of high school student athletes and their supporting coaches with our end-of-season Powerade All-Metro Track & Field Awards Banquet. 46 Athletes have been selected for the All-Metro Track & Field Team. These athletes are selected based on criteria including season bests, performance at the state meet, and other major meets over the course of the season. The community can vote online from May 15 - 20 for the most outstanding male and female track athletes and most outstanding male and female field athletes.
2019 Powerade All-Metro Track & Field Team
Atlanta Track Club will honor the deserving scholastic student athletes at the 2019 Powerade All-Metro Track and Field Banquet on June 5, 2019 at The Stave Room in Midtown Atlanta. Lewis Johnson, Olympic Track and Field analyst for NBC Sports will be the event emcee. Each of the All-Metro athletes will be recognized for their extraordinary seasons at the banquet, and the Most Outstanding Male/Female Track Athlete and Most Outstanding Male/Female Field Athlete will be awarded $1,500 scholarships. Two high school seniors, one male and one female, will be awarded $2,500 scholarships for their contributions to the sport of track and field and cross country. Additional honorees that evening include the winners of the Coach's Dedication Awards and state championship coaches.
All individual honorees will receive an invitation following their selection with specific RSVP instructions which includes a specific number of complimentary seats. Additional family members, coaches and friends are invited to join us on June 5 by registering at the link below to help us celebrate the successes of the student athletes at the 2019 Powerade All-Metro High School Track & Field Banquet.
Date & Time
June 5, 7:00 p.m
The Stave Room - 199 Armour Drive, Atlanta, GA 30324
- $30 per seat
- No charge for invited athletes
Registration Cut-Off Date
June 3, 2019
The 2019 Powerade All-Metro Track & Field Team will be announced on May 15.
Athletes are selected based on their state meet performance, season bests, and major meet performances. The All-Metro Area has defined as counties that touch Fulton or Dekalb County. The following counties are eligible: Carroll, Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, Coweta, Dekalb, Douglas, Fayette, Forsyth, Fulton, Gwinnett, Henry and Rockdale County.
Coach's Dedication Awards
Atlanta Track Club awards the Hawthorne Wesley and Judo Brown Awards for outstanding coach's dedication to the sport of track & field in the State of Georgia. Named in honor of two dedicated Georgia track & field coaches, Hawthorne Wesley and Judo Brown, these awards are given to coaches who have a long history of involvement to the sport, their community and its athletes. From the nominations, a committee will select one boys and one girls coach to be honored at this year's 2019 Powerade All-Metro High School Track & Field Banquet. These awards are also open to coaches outside of metro Atlanta. The community is invited to nominate coaches in the Athlete Voting Form.
Each year at the All-Metro Track & Field Banquet in June, Atlanta Track Club and Atlanta Track Club Foundation announce their largest scholarships, the Patty Foell and Hawthorne Wesley Scholarships for seniors who excelled in running during their high school career. Click here for more information and 2019 nomination forms. Applications due May 15, 2019.
Atlanta Track Club High School Support
Atlanta Track Club supports local high school athletes through initiatives which include: the Powerade All-Metro High School Cross Country Banquet, the Powerade All-Metro High School Track & Field Banquet, and college scholarships given to high school student athletes who excel in running during their high school career. Atlanta Track Club is also a long-standing supporter of high school running as well as the GHSA and their objectives to promote, standardize and encourage participation in athletics, and to promote sportsmanship and an appreciation through Region and State competitions. For more information, visit our high school running page.