Catch editor Tony Jones detail his thoughts on the high paced world championships held in Eugene, Oregon
Former Elk River standout Emma Bates excels at the World Championships!
Noah Lyles's 19.31 winning performance at the World Outdoor Championships broke Michael Johnson's long-held American record.
2009 Olmsted Falls graduate Katie Nageotte successfully cleared 4.85m to secure pole vault gold at the World Athletics Championships.
The 2008 Beaumont School graduate clocked 15:00.98 in heat 1 to secure her spot in Saturday's final round.
When Sydney McLaughlin made the Olympics for Team USA as a 16-year-old, she became the youngest track and field athlete to do so in more than 40 years.
Abby Steiner collected her second gold medal of the World Championships, as she took on leg 2 duties for the 4x400 meter relay squad.
What did the top American finishers at the World Outdoor Championships accomplish in high school? We dive into the stats and provide results updates from Worlds
2018 Dublin Coffman grad Abby Steiner clocked 22.26 to win heat 5 in the opening round and solidify her spot in the 200m semi-finals.
Now halfway through World Outdoor Championship competition, another handful of U.S. athletes have been added to the medal list -- and they were once HS stars.
On Tuesday Trevor Bassitt captured a 400H bronze medal and Abby Steiner locked up a spot in the 200m finals in what amounted to be a stellar day for Ohio's own.
A year after finishes fourth in the 200m at the Olympics, Erriyon Knighton has a chance to win a World Championship title at 18.
Abby Steiner, Adelaide Aquilla, Annette Echikunwoke, Katie Nageotte, Trevor Bassitt and Emily Infeld represented the state at the World Athletics Championships.
Some of the fastest former U.S. high school stars produced a jaw-dropping performances at World Outdoors over the past few days, particularly in the men's 200m.
Utah native Courtney Wayment reflects on her first World Champs Experience.
Mondo Duplantis looks to improve on his world record in the pole vault finals on the final day of the World Championships in Euguene, Oregon
Vista Murrieta High and USC product takes over in the homestretch to claim his World Championships title. (Photo: USA Today)
Saturday Recap: Abby Steiner claimed 4x100m gold, Trevor Bassitt helped Team USA land a 4x400m finals berth and Emily Infeld breaks down her 5000 meter effort.
Former Chicago Lindblom great Shamier Little expresses gratitude toward her support system
Sydney McLaughlin accomplished the unthinkable in the 400mH, and other U.S. team members brought home medals to conclude World Championship action.
Listen to interviews from Colorado HS stars at the 2022 World Championships.
View photos from the World Athletics Championships courtesy of USA Today.
the men's side of the championship game was amazing enough though we were shut out in a few events