The following athletes have been selected to represent the United States at the upcoming IAAF World Youth Championships in Cali, Colombia.
MileSplit's top 5 moments from the final day of competition at the 2015 World Youth Trials in Lisle, Illinois.
LIVE updates & coverage from the World Youth Trials being held on Tuesday & Wednesday at Benedictine University in Lisle, Illinois. Team USA spots on the line for the 2015 IAAF World Youth Championships in Colombia.
Highlights from the second day of action at the World Youth Trials on Tuesday in Lisle, Illinois.
National record holder Candace Hill ran away from the finals field in the 100 meter dash to make her first World Youth team. Now pressure off knowing she is going to Worlds, ready to get another victory in 200.
The always entertaining interview with Alexis Duncan, who won one of the most competitive finals at the World Youth Trials in the 100 meter hurdles and heads to Cali, Colombia as a World Youth medal favorite.
Destiny Collins had to run a 3K race in Chicago that was 5:45 AM California time with little competition at the World Youth Trials, but now has opportunity to challenge herself on World stage in Colombia in two weeks.
Top 5 moments from day one of the 2015 World Youth Trials at Benedictine University in Lisle, Illinois.
Highlights from the first day of action at the World Youth Trials on Tuesday in Lisle, Illinois.
Sub 9 two milers and All-Americans Aidan Tooker of New York and Philip Rocha of California are top names among a group of distance runners looking to make bigger names for themselves at World Youth Trials.
Light fields for the girls distance races at the World Youth Trials, but can count on nation's best among the race winners and World Youth qualifiers with the likes of Sammy Watson, Julia Heymach, & Destiny Collins.
Could Josephus Lyles go for double gold at World Youth Trials like his brother Noah did this past weekend at US Junior Nationals? Find out in our boys sprints and hurdles preview for U.S. qualifier for World Youth!
Arguably the toughest events to make the U.S. team for World Youths will be in the girls sprints and hurdles led by strong World Youth gold medal contenders Candace Hill, Sydney McLaughlin, & Sammy Watson.