2016 IAAF World U20 Championships 2016



Team USA watches Wil London run down Botswana for gold Jul 24, 2016

Botswana entered the 4x400m relay finals as the favorites after running 3:03.75 to win their prelim. The USA ran just 3:07 in the first round, but ran with confidence in the final to take down Botswana, 3:02.39 to 3:02.81. In the video, Team USA cheers on anchor Wil London as he runs down Botswana for gold. Roster: Ari Cogdell, Champion Allison, Kahmari Montgomery, Wil London

Joy McArthur Finds Wild Success in Hammer Jul 23, 2016

The rising senior at Mater Dei seemed to disappear, giving up the shot and discus this year, but then she burst back onto the scene with a huge summer of performances.

Connor Bandel after discus Jul 23, 2016

The Florida signee tried out a new technique but says he didn't have enough time to practice before Worlds and felt out of his element in Poland.

Nicole Greene Clears 1.80m On Second Attempt To Clinch Spot In High Jump Finals Jul 22, 2016

The fourth day of the 2016 IAAF World U20 Championships didn't have any Florida athletes in the running events, but the Sunshine State was represented in the field. Ponte Vedra class of 2015 high jumper, and rising UNC sophomore, Nicole Greene, came into the meet as the USA Junior Nationals champion. Greene cleared the first three heights of 1.70, 1.74, and 1.77m on her first attempt, and leaped over 1.80m on her second to advance to Friday's women's high jump final.

Hamstring Injury Keeps World U20 Bronze Medalist Khalifa St. Fort From 200, 4x1 Jul 22, 2016

IAAF World U20 Championship women's 100m bronze medalist Khalifa St. Fort will not compete in the 200m dash or 4x100m relay for Trinidad & Tobago due to a hamstring injury. St. Fort's time in Poland will end on that note as the teenage professional prepares for the upcoming Olympic Games in Rio where she will run on the 4x100m relay for the national team.