We have 12 athletes and events you should not miss at the AAU Junior Olympic Games
Check out the top 12 events to look out for at the AAU Junior Olympics
MileSplit will be your home for live coverage of the 55th annual AAU Junior Olympic Games from Houston, Texas July 30-Aug. 7.
Check out performance lists for the 2021 AAU Junior Olympic Games
AAU will once again partner with FloSports this summer to provide live coverage of AAU track and field events across the country on FloTrack and MileSplit
On the latest For The Record interview, Cory chats with Pearland Dawson's Noah Haileab
Back in 2018, Athing Mu's legend was still forming at the AAU Junior Olympic Games.
Day 1 of the AAU Junior Olympic Games at George Turner Stadium kicked off the 55th running of the event
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Youth Boys' 1500m Race Walk, Finals 1 - Age 10
On the week's episode of On the Line, Olivia, Cory, and Bryan break down everything you need to know for the upcoming AAU Junior Olympic Games.
D'Asia Duncan is a young and improving track and field talent.
On the latest For The Record interview, Cory chats with Paul Dunbar (KY) High School graduate Mario Paul
In 2016, then Coatesville (PA) High School athlete Terrance Laird came back big to win the boys 17-18 year-olds 100m dash
Ariel Pedigo, a University of Oklahoma signee, is competing in her last high school heptathlon ever. Pedigo is looking to move up on the all-time list.
We're here at the AAU Junior Olympic Games! Olivia and Cory express their hopes for the 55th annual event
We have you covered with our Day 2 recap of the AAU Junior Olympic Games
At the 2018 AAU Junior Olympic Games in Des Moines, Iowa, O'Fallon, Missouri's Brandon Miller claimed his sixth AAU Junior Olympic Games 1500m national title.
On the week's episode of On the Line, Olivia, Cory, and Bryan talk to Kaila Jackson about the upcoming AAU Junior Olympic Games.
Youth Boys' 1500m Decathlon, Finals 3 - Age 17-18
We followed athletes from check-in all the way to the awards stand to take in the sights and sounds of championship Saturday at the 2018 AAU Junior Olympics.
At the 2018 AAU Junior Olympic Games, Tavares Duckett ran a new 12-year-old AAU National Record time in the 100m of 11.67 seconds.
You always need to expect the unexpected at the AAU Junior Olympic Games.
Olivia, Cory, and Bryan break down the top three up-and-coming girls to watch at this year's AAU Junior Olympic Games in Humble, Texas.
Over the last three years MileSplit has been on-site during the AAU Junior Olympic Games and has quizzed track fans on everything over its history
In 2019 Indiana Storm athlete and North Central's (IN) Ramiah Elliott won the AAU Junior Olympic Games 15-16-year-old girls 200m.
Olivia, Cory, and Bryan break down the top three up-and-coming boys to watch at this year's AAU Junior Olympic Games in Humble, Texas.
Youth Girls' 3k Race Walk, Finals 1 - Age 15-16/17-18
You can even locate your profile from the results page!After the meet ends each day, find the results from your event. From there, you can click on your name and bring yourself straight to your own athlete profile page.- - -More About Athlete Profiles
Youth Boys' Decathlon 400m, Finals 6 - Age 17-18
Youth Boys' 200m, Prelims 16 - Age 10
Watch the Shotput - 2021 AAU Junior Olympic Games replay on Milesplit, where every live and on-demand race is at your fingertips.
Youth Boys' 800m, Prelims 5 - Age 15-16
Youth Girls' 800m Heptathlon, Finals 4 - Age 17-18
Youth Girls' Heptathlon 200m, Finals 8 - Age 15-16
Don't miss the 2021 AAU Junior Olympic Games LIVE on MileSplit and FloTrack
We have Day 1 results from the AAU Junior Olympic Games, including competition from the multis and the racewalk
Watch the interviews from the first day of the AAU Junior Olympic Games in Humble, Texas.
It's time to check out athlete interviews from the second day of the AAU Junior Olympic Games in Humble, Texas.
We have Day 2 results from the AAU Junior Olympic Games in Humble, Texas.
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