The AAU Junior Olympic Games had just over 30 national meet records broken this year.
Jackson's first record that went down was the 100m when she clocked an 11.51. The following day in the 200m, she blasted out of her blocks, held her form and crossed the finish line in 23.01.
Her performance was the fastest 200m of the season.
Jackson also ran the second leg of Track Life University's 4x100m which ran the fastest time in history at the AAU Junior Olympic Games for the 17-18 age group.
In this week's telestration, Jackson analyzed stride for stride how she broke the records in the 100m and 200m. She also shared some insight on her goals for 2022.
- Kaila Jackson's MileSplit Profile
- Kaila Jackson, The Real MVP
- An Accounting Of National Records Broken This Week At AAU
- Kaila Jackson Clocks Nation's Fastest All Conditions 200m
- In-Depth Telestration Series Page