Emma Coburn, 2nd in Fred Lebow Women's 3000 with 8:41.16: "In steeplechase, we have visual items to break up the race, this is just about grinding. Ayesha and I had a plan going in that if the rabbit didn't take us through, we would work together. We do it in practice where we're neck-in-neck. She ran a beautiful race. When Ayessha wins, I win. We're very, very close friends."

Donovan Brazier,2nd in Mel Sheppard Men's 800 with 1:45.35: "I didn't think this race was going to be that fast! I thought me running 1:45 would win it! Would have been nice to go a little faster, but I'm happy with my time."

Emmanuel Korir,  1st in Mel Sheppard Men's 800 with 1:44.21: "I thought I did good. I am ready to run faster, and I am still training to run faster. I am pushing for 1:42. Aiming for my Gold record."

Lolo Jones, 7th in Howard Schmertz Women's 60m Hurdles with 8.37: "I did terrible! Good to get it under my belt though.”

Ronnie Baker, 1st in Joe Yancey Men's 60m Dash with 6.48: "Pretty good, I love the Millrose atmosphere, I've never been to the Armory before. Feels great to be able to open up the season at 6.48."

Karissa Schweizer, 4th in Fred Lebow Women's 3000 with 8:41.60: "Feels amazing, wasn't expecting that, I was competitive, knew I would take a fast past. Taking the lead wasn't the plan, but I just went for it!"

Gabrielle Wilkinson, 1st in New Balance Invitational Junior Girls' Mile with 4:42.94: "I worked very hard and all the work I put in paid off."

Colleen Quigley, 1st in Women's NYRR Wanamaker Mile with 4:30.05: "I've never broken tape before! And I've never run on the track before at the Armory. Was so exciting!"

Kate Grace, 2nd in Women's NYRR Wanamaker Mile with 4:30.08: "At the end I thought I could nip her, but looking back, I should have gone sooner. It's always good to learn. This was a tough race. It sucks not winning, but it's a reason to come back!"

Chris O'Hare, 1st in Men's NYRR Wanamaker Mile with 3:54.14: "Lots of people come from far to watch and cheer me on, so it's huge to perform and do so well having come so far."

Vashti Cunningham, 1st in John Thomas Women’s High Jump with 6’ 5”: "This was a really big confidence builder for me. This offseason has been slow for me, but glory to God for letting me come out here and have a good meet. To train, I've been lifting heavier than I had been, doing hills, and trying to get my form right."