Quincy Wilson rose to prominence on the running scene as a 12-year-old thanks to his Introducing the Adidas Track Indoor Nationals. Now a freshman, Wilson only gets better with age — and it’s still a remarkably young age for the feats he’s accomplished.
At the Penn Relays on April 27, Wilson ran his portion of the 4×400 prelims in 45.06, anchoring the Bullis School (Potomac, Md.) boys team to the day’s fastest time of 3:14.12 and helping them advance to the finals. MileSplit estimated that Wilson made 10-15 meters in his run as an anchor.
Wilson, still only 15 years old, posted one of the fastest times in the history of the meet, according to MileSplit. The meet record for splits is 44.8 seconds.
Freshman Quincy Wilson with an unreal 4x400m split for Bullis School
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Wilson had a stellar year, setting freshman records in multiple events. His indoor 400-meter time of 47.30 in February set a national freshman record — and it only lasted a month because he broke it again with a time of 46.67 in his New Balance indoor victory in March. The previous record was 47.97, according to RunnerSpace.
RunnerSpace also wrote that Wilson set indoor class records in the 300m (34.11), 500m (1:02.63) and 600m (1:17.80).
Blooming into an elite high school runner regardless of age, Wilson has three more years to make his mark at this level.