The team continues to grow with exciting new talent as newcomer Kevin Paulk looks to continue finishing at the top of the results after recently debuting with Atlanta Track Club Masters Team during the USATF Masters Outdoor Championships in Ames, Iowa. There the team took home 40 medals with the mens and womens teams finishing third in combined scoring. The men were third overall and captured 12 gold medals and the women took seventh with four gold medals. After returning home to Georgia from Oregon, where he co-founded the Bowerman Track Club, Paulk earned bronze in the 800m (M60-64) with 2:19.19 and claimed silver in the 1,500m with 4:55.10.
"I am thrilled to compete for the Atlanta Track Club," said Paulk who ran at Tucker High School and Appalachian State. "My biggest joy from competing as a Masters athlete is the camaraderie from shaking hands at the starting line and finish line, to the friendships for life."
An avid runner, Paulk has taken part in over 1,000 races and logged 106,256 miles in his running journal. Paulk also coaches track and field and cross country at Rome High School.
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