The 16 Best Sprint & Hurdle Talents Headed To AAU This Week

* The crew at On The Line discussed the AAU Junior Olympic Games two weeks ago on the weekly podcast

Writeups by Cory Mull and Olivia Ekpone


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The AAU Junior Olympic Games are just a day away!

And I don't know about you, but we're absolutely ready for this event to go down. 

Approximately 2,100 athletes from across the country will descend on the Space Coast of Florida and will arrive at Satellite Beach High School with the intention of hitting PRs and racing for the last times of their 2020 season. As always, in a time such as this, always remember to be safe. Make sure to wear your masks when you're not competing and stay safeYou can read about safety protocols here.

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Next up in our final series of previews is a look at the top sprinters and hurdlers headed to the Games. 

We have compiled a selection of the top 16 youth prospects who will be in Florida this week competing for podium finishes and gold medals. 

Index: Makeriah Harris - Sanaa Hebron - Mario Paul - Kayleigh Stargell - Erriyon Knighton - Bryce McCray - Chanice Spicer - David Foster - Tamaal Myers - Aaliyah Butler - Alexander Nunley - Autumn Wilson - Udodi Onwuzurike - Lucheyona Weaver - Robert Gregory - Talitha Diggs