XC Legacy hits full stride with part three of our eight segment series on the lost years of prep cross country rankings...
GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Ciarra Brewer, who finished seventh at the IAAF World Youth Championships in Italy earlier this month, smashed the youth national record in the intermediate girls' triple jump Thursday on day three of the USA Track & Field National Junior Olympic Championships at North Carolina State A&T University's Irwin Belk Track
GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Befitting a day that saw 1996 Olympic champion and American record holder Dan O'Brien as a guest starter, Gunnar Nixon of the Eastside Steppers broke an 11-year-old record in the intermediate boys' decathlon Wednesday in the top individual performance on day two of the USA Track & Field National Junior Olympic Championships at North Carolina A&T State University's Irwin Belk Track.
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Part Two of our eight segment series on the lost years of prep cross country rankings shows the dominance of Indiana and Illinois teams and the recognition of one of the true national powerhouses out of Oregon.
PORTLAND – Kim Kreiner, facing a shrinking calendar, fell just short of the World Championships ‘A’ standard she needs in the women’s javelin in order to earn a berth in Berlin on the U.S. team in August.
Running in the open race at the Georgia Games Track & Field Championships last weekend, Tennesee sophomore (2008 Easton PA grad) Chanelle Price PRed in the 800, running 2:01.33, her fastest time since her 2:01.64 at the 2008 Prefontaine Classic.
NDIANAPOLIS - The 2009 Pan American Junior Athletics Championship will showcase many of the top international junior athletes, July 31-August 2 in Trinidad and Tobago.
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(Photo by PhotoRun.net) Trevor Barron of Bethel Park, Pa. represented the United States in the 10,000-meter racewalk at the World Youth Championships in Bressanone, Italy on July 8-12. We asked him to share his experiences following his return.
2009 Central Dauphin javelin star Justin Shirk has signed his National Letter of Intent to study and compete at Oklahoma University in Norman.
BRESSANONE, Italy - The boys medley relay team of Colin Hepburn, Keenan Brock, Dedric Dukes and Josh Mance broke the World Youth best as Team USA brought home five more medals on the final day of competition at the 2009 IAAF World Youth Championships in Bressanone, Italy.
BRESSANONE, Italy - Ryan Crouser claimed his second medal of the competition by launching the shot put to a championship record Saturday night at the 2009 IAAF World Youth Championships in Bressanone, Italy.
BRESSANONE, Italy - Led by Dale Morgan and Ebony Eutsey, Team USA brought home four more medals Friday night at the 2009 IAAF World Youth Championships in Bressanone, Italy.
New Jersey stud one-lapper Michelle Brown takes the silver in Italy at the World Youth Championships running 53.44. Taking the gold was another star from the US, Ebony Eutsey (FL) Photo: Courtesy of Victor Sailer (PhotoRun.net)
BRESSANONE, Italy -Ryan Crouser had the farthest toss in boys shot put qualifying and Dedric Dukes had the second-fastest time in the boys 200m qualifying Friday morning at the 2009 IAAF World Youth Championships in Bressanone, Italy.
BRESSANONE, Italy -Italian born Prezel Hardy won Team USA's first-ever gold medal in the boys 100m Thursday evening at the 2009 IAAF World Youth Championships in Bressanone, Italy.
BRESSANONE, Italy -Ryan Crouser brought home Team USA's first medal as he won the silver in the boys discus Wednesday night at the 6th IAAF World Youth Championships in Bressanone, Italy.
BRESSANONE, Italy - Ashton Purvis and Ryan Crouser's competition-leading marks highlighted the morning session Wednesday, the opening day of the 6th IAAF World Youth Championships in Bressanone, Italy.
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YPSILANTI, Mich. - Elaeanor Fulton, Ryan Crouser, Zachary Wills and Ashton Purvis all won their second events of the competition Wednesday at the 2009 World Youth Track & Field Trials at Eastern Michigan's Rynearson Stadium.