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Welcome to the
Niagara Track & Field Hall of Fame
and
Virtual Museum

Niagara Track & Field Hall of Fame is a 501(c)(3) Not-for-profit organization that is provisionally chartered by the Regents of the University of the State of New York. The purpose of the Niagara Track & Field Hall of Fame is to recognize those individuals who made significant and outstanding contributions to the Sport of Athletics (including Track & Field, Long Distance Running, Race Walking, and Cross Country Running) while living within the geographic boundaries (New York State West of and including the counties of Oswego, Onondaga, Cortland, and Broome) of the Niagara Association as athletes (including Masters), coaches, and/or administrators (including Competition Officials).

Contact the Niagara Track & Field Hall of Fame and Virtual Museum:

Niagara Track & Field Hall of Fame
c/o Dr. Marc R. Grosso
1349 Ayrault Road, #25
Fairport, NY 14450-8909
telephone: (585) 425-4925

e-mail:

About the Niagara Track & Field Hall of Fame web banner

The photos in from left to right are:

  • Meyer Prinstein (Syracuse) - Winning the 1096 Olympic Long Jump (Photo: Bowen Brothers, London England, downloaded from Celtic Park website)
  • Edward O'Brien (Syracuse) - setting the 600 meter dash World Record in 1936 in Madison Square Garden during the 15th Intercollegiate (IC4A) Championships (Photo: Syracuse University Archives)
  • Trent Jackson (Illinois) - finish of a sprint race. It may be his Big 10 record setting performance in the 60. (Photo: Trenton J. Jackson)
  • Kathy Mills Parker (Penn State) - leading the pack in Fall 1978 at a home meet in Happy Valley (Photo: Penn State Athletics)
  • The 1898 Syracuse University Track & Field Team photo. (Photo: Syracuse University Archives)
  • Charles H. Moore. Jr. (Cornell) - Hurdling. I think this photo was taken in the Stadium on the Cornell Campus (Photo: Cornell Track & Field)
  • Doriane Lambelet Coleman (Cornell) - Winning the Swiss National Championship at 800 meters. She was representing the Atoms Track Club in that race. (Photo: Cornell Track & Field)

The website banner for the Niagara Track & Field Hall of Fame was designed and created by Jared Unger, a graphic design student at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Jared Unger also created the logo for the Niagara Track & Field Hall of Fame.

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