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NEW ORLEANS – The Team USA roster for the IAAF World Junior Championships from July 22-27 in Eugene, Ore., was announced Wednesday by the USATF, with collegians figuring very prominently among its... [Read more...]
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Williams’ U.S. Junior Record Among Many Titles for Collegians at U.S. Junior Championships
NEW ORLEANS – Yet another American Junior Record fell to Kendell Williams of Georgia at this past weekend’s U.S. Junior Outdoor Championships held this past weekend at Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore., headlining 19 national titles and 37 World Junior Championships qualifying performances by collegians.
Crossing the line in the 100-meter hurdles... [Read the rest of the story...]
Young Collegiate Stars to Compete at USA Junior Championships this Weekend
NEW ORLEANS – National titles and the opportunity to represent the United States on the world stage are at stake this weekend for more than 300 young collegians competing at the two-day U.S. Outdoor Junior Championships in Eugene, Ore., beginning Saturday, July 5.
As many as 170 collegiate men and 137 collegiate women are among the 600 young... [Read the rest of the story...]
Collegians Excel at National Championships in USA, Canada, Jamaica & Britain
NEW ORLEANS – Senior outdoor track & field national championships were held around the world this past weekend in the United States, Canada, Jamaica and Britain, with collegians from American universities performing exceptionally well at each meet.
Three collegians won titles at the U.S. Outdoor Championships in Sacramento, Calif.; seven... [Read the rest of the story...]
Hundreds of Collegians Set to Compete at USA Outdoor Championships Beginning Today
NEW ORLEANS – The 2014 collegiate track & field season may have come to a close, but many of the nation’s top collegians are slated to continue their personal campaigns at the U.S. Outdoor Championships in Sacramento, Calif., beginning Wednesday and running through Sunday.
Among those competing for the title of top American in their... [Read the rest of the story...]
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