Youth Boys' 800m Age 17-19, Finals 1 - Age under 20
Photos by Olivia Ekpone
Get caught up on all the stats and story lines from an exciting Day 3 of action at the West Coast AAU Junior Olympic Games.
MileSplit will begin streaming the 2020 AAU West Coast Junior Olympic Games on Saturday LIVE from Las Vegas, Nevada
Youth Boys' 800m Age 9, Finals 1 - Age 9
Review the on-goings from a riveting Day 2 at the West Coast AAU Junior Olympic Games.
The AAU Junior Olympics West Coast will be taking place this weekend and we have the top 5 performances for you to look out for
Youth Girls' 800m Age 17-19, Finals 1 - Age under 20
Golden Staters scheduled to compete in the searing heat include State Meet champions and medalists.
Youth Boys' 1500m Age 15-19, Finals 1 - Age under 20
We're breaking down the key entries and athletes competing at the AAU Junior Olympics West Coast Championships
Check out everything you need to know about the sprints and jumps for the AAU Junior Olympics West.
Eastview (MN) High School graduate AJ Green dropped a season-best 800 meter performance on Sunday at the 2020 AAU West Coast Junior Olympic Games
9 year old, Victor Jaimez-Solorio takes home three gold medals from AAU West Coast Junior Olympic games
On the latest episode of On The Line, Olivia and Cory give their picks on athletes to watch at the 2020 AAU West Coast Junior Olympic Games
Liam Gair learned on the fly during his first competitive 400 meter run over the weekend at the AAU West Coast Junior Olympic Games
Dunbar (FL) rising senior and Olympia Track Club's Lucheyona Weaver was the breakout performer at the 2020 AAU West Coast Junior Olympic Games
13 year old, Ruby Ford shows great performances in 200m, 400m and 800m on the final day of the AAU West Coast Junior Olympic Games
Udodi Onwuzurike opened up his outdoor season with a personal best in the 100m with a 10.65 at the West Coast AAU Junior Olympic Games
Youth Girls' 100m Hurdles Age 17-18, Finals 1 - Age 17-18
On the latest episode of On The Line, Olivia, Bryan and Cory chat with Brothers Rice rising senior Udodi Onwuzurike on his stellar weekend
Youth Boys' 400m Age 17-19, Finals 1 - Age under 20- - - LAS VEGAS, NEVADA -- Alamosa (CO) High School graduate Ian Jackson earned the AAU West Coast Junior Olympic Games Championship in the boys' 17-18 division on Saturday, posting the day's fastest effort of 49.88 seconds. Out of Lane 8. The Coloradoan, who won a Class 3A state championship in the 400m as a junior in 2019 -- in 48.97 -- staved off hot temperatures and an hour-plus delay win over a talented field. Eastview's (MN) AJ Green was the only other runner under 50 seconds on the day, going 49.96.
On the latest episode of On The Line, Olivia, Bryan and Cory go over their top three moments and performances from the weekend
Youth Boys' 400m Age 17-19, Finals 3 - Age under 20
Youth Boys' 100m Age 17-19, Prelims 7 - Age under 20
Interview with Pacific Coast Shockwaves head coach and founder Mike Bryson in review of the West Coast AAU Junior Olympics held the previous weekend in Las Vegas where temperatures hovered around 110 degrees during the day. Coach Mike discusses the history of his club, challenges during the novel coronavirus pandemic, preparation or lack there of in advance of the meet, performances that produced more than a dozen age group champions and 15 runner-up medals, and a look-ahead to the scheduled AAU Nationals in Florida.RUN OF SHOWIntroduction [0:00]Background on the Pacific Coast Shockwaves AAU track club [28:00]"Beauty of the sport translates to everything you're going to do in life." [3:03]How many athletes have come through the club in the last six years? [3:48]What's been the hardest part for the club during the pandemic? [5:52]How much training were athletes able to do before the meet in Las Vegas? [8:24]Were you surprised the meet remained on the schedule? [10:12]A lot of the results, with 13 event champions, "were expected." [13:25]Victor Solario ran a 1500m solo time trial in March in 4:55. [15:10]Next up the JO Nationals in Florida: "That's a tricky one." [17:15]Mike, thank you for joining us. [19:54]Photos by Olivia Expone and Cory Mull
Gallery of images featuring athletes from California's Pacific Coast Shockwaves copied out of photo albums from the West Coast AAU Junior Olympics by MileSplit's Olivia Expone and Cory Mull.
Youth Girls' 100m Hurdles Age 17-19, Prelims 1 - Age under 20
Youth Girls' 800m Age 13, Finals 1 - Age 13
Ohio Heat representative, Ayris Hutson captured the 400 victory for the 9-year old division at the West Coast AAU Junior Olympic Games.
Youth Boys' 1500m Age 13-14, Finals 1 - Age 13-14
Youth Boys' 100m Age 17-19, Finals 1 - Age under 20
Fort Myers Dunbar (FL) High School rising senior and Olympia Track Club's Lucheyona Weaver scored a 13.97 second 100mH performance on Saturday
Alamosa's Ian Jackson scored a win in the 17-19 boys division of the 400m at the AAU West Coast Junior Olympic Games out of Lane 8 on Saturday
Jaimez-Solorio runs sub-5 a year after breaking 8-under record for 1500m at the AAU JO Nationals.
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