Since 1979…
Quicksilver Track Club, Inc. was founded in 1979 as a 501-c3 organization with a vision to offer meaningful athletic experiences to boys and girls beginning at age seven. We are proud of our reputation as a local and nationally recognized track and field clubs.
Our emphasis has always been to develop academically grounded youth athletes who can adopt a philosophy that without academic achievements, an athlete may not have an arena in which to achieve greatness.

QTC Success Statistics

From 1982 – 2009 –  Our average number of youth that participated in our summer program was 1502. Also, the number of graduates from our program, defined as those students who continue training with us the summer after graduating from high school, is 173 alumni students.

  • 91 -the number earning full track & field scholarships
  • 77 – the number earning partial track & field scholarships
  • 6 – the number graduating in four years
  • 55- the number graduating in five years
  • 47 – the number currently enrolled
  • 6 – the number now in military service
  • 22 – the number enrolled in graduate school

Colleges our QTC graduates attend(ed): Morris Brown College, Clark-Atlanta Univ., Morehouse College, Univ. of Georgia, Georgia Tech, Albany State, Alabama A&M, Jackson State Univ., Tuskegee Institute, Vanderbilt Univ., Tennessee A&I State Univ., West Georgia College, Valdosta State Univ., Univ. of Kansas, Prairie View A&M, Hampton Institute, Univ. of Illinois, Howard Univ., Fayetteville State Univ., Univ. of Pennsylvania, Southern Univ., Univ. of Arizona, Norfolk State Univ., Edwards Waters College, Savannah State College, Florida A&M Univ., Univ. of Michigan, Spelman College, Univ. of Florida, Auburn Univ., Clemson Univ., Georgia State Univ., Univ. of Virginia, Univ. of Tennessee, Syracuse Univ., Tulane Univ., Fort Valley State College, Univ. of Texas, East Tennessee State Univ., Florida State Univ., US Naval Academy at Annapolis, Air Force Academy, Emory Univ., Troy State Univ., Georgia Southern Univ., Sanford College, Univ. of Wisconsin, Univ. of Alabama at Birmingham, Univ. of California at Berkley, Univ. of Kentucky, Univ. of South Carolina, Alcorn, A&M Univ., Univ. of Dayton, Arizona State Univ., North Carolina State, Duke Univ., Univ. of North Carolina., Mississippi State Univ., Harvard Univ., Ole Miss, Princeton Univ., Univ. of Maine, Washington State

Number of past and current National Champions: 83
Number of National Record Holders:

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          • Neal Jessie, 100 meters – 1982, TAC Youth
          • Anita Howard, 200 meters – 1985,1986, TAC Youth
          • Milton Campbell, 400 meters – 1994, USATF Youth
          • Clark Payne, 800 meters – USATF Youth
          • Christopher Woods, 800 meters – 2002, USATF Youth6.

 

Number of Regional Meet Records Held: 407

Number of State Meet Records Held: 498

Number of athletes who have made the U.S. World Youth Championships team:

  • Clark Payne, 800 meters
  • Christopher Woods, 800 meters
  • Sierra Hill, 400 meter hurdles
  • Donte Nall, High Jump
  • Christian Taylor, Triple Jump and Long Jump
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Number of athletes who have made the U.S. or World List:

  • Anita Howard, 100, 200, 400 meters
  • Celena Mondie-Milner, 100, 200, 400 meters
  • Vickie Spencer, 100 meters Octavious Terry, 400 Hurdles
  • Donna Howard, 400 meters
  • Milton Campbell, 400 meters
  • Ty Akins, 110 hurdles

Number of NCAA All Americans: 17

  • Neal Jessie, Univ. of Georgia
  • Sandra Smith, Univ. of Georgia
  • Celena Mondie-Millner, Univ. of Illinois
  • Anita Howard, Univ. of Florida
  • David Lockhart, Univ. of Arizona
  • Kim Mitchell, Univ. of Florida
  • Octavious Terry, Georgia Tech
  • Audrey Dempsey, Georgia Tech
  • Donna Howard, Univ. of Texas
  • Milton Campbell, UNC Chapel Hill
  • Dawnyell Linder, Arizona State University
  • Candida Coulson, Arizona State University
  • Hassaan Stamps, University of Tennessee
  • Christopher Woods, Mississippi State University
  • Tavaris Washington, Auburn University
  • Ty Akins, Auburn University

Number of gold, silver, and bronze medals won 1982-2008: 3830

Number of QTC Finalist in 2005 GA High School Championships: 37

Number of QTC 2008 GA High School Champions: 12

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Number of GA High School Outstanding Performers: 3

  • Milton Campbell, 1994
  • Sierra Hill, 2004
  • Christian Taylor,2008
  • Anita Howard 1986, 1987

Number of Athletes to make U.S. National Juniors Team:

  • Anita Howard, 1987 – 200 meters, 4 X 100 relay
  • Milton Campbell, 1994 – 4 X 400 relay
  • Ty Akins, 2005 – 400 meters hurdles
  • Christian Taylor 2007, 2008  – Triple Jump, Long Jump
  • Anita Howard, 1987 – 200 meters, 4 X 100 relay

Number of Athletes to go to U.S. Olympic Trials: 10

  • Neal Jessie, 100 meters, 1984
  • Celena Mondie-Millner, 100, 200, 400 meters, 1988, 1992, 1996
  • Octavious Terry, 400 Hurdles, 1992, 1996
  • Anita Howard, 100, 200 meters, 1988, 1992, 1996
  • Kim Mitchell, 200, 400 meters, 1992
  • Audrey Dempsey, 400 Hurdles, 1992
  • Donna Howard, 400 meters, 1996
  • Milton Campbell, 400 meters, 1996
  • Michael Aldrich, Long Jump, 1996
  • Ty Akins, 110 hurdles, 2008

Number of Athletes to make U.S.A. Olympic Team: Anita Howard, 400 meters 1992

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Number of USATF Hometown Heroes: 1 Milton Campbell, For performance in 1994 World Juniors Meet and breaking the National Youth Record in the 400 meters.

Number of Collegiate Athletes in Other Sports: 35

Number of Professional Athletes Other Sports: 2

  • Sharif Abdur-Rahim, NBA
  • Danion Sidney, NFL

Number of different cities visited: 53

Number of teen age pregnancies: 0

Number of teen fathers: 0

Number of drug problems: 0