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Queen Harrison, 100mH gold medalist On how she ran the race and where she placed her focus “I just tried to relax and execute my race and not try to think about anything going on to the left or to the right of me and just focus on my lane and my lane only.”
USATF Masters Championships during JULY 23-26 at Hodges Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida include World Champions, Olympians, NFL great, local stars among 1,000 athletes ages 30-98.
TORONTO -- USATF Olympians and World Champions are set to take the stage at the Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada, where track & field continues competition through July 26.
TORONTO -- USATF Olympians and World Champions are set to take the stage at the Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada, where track & field continues competition through July 26.
USATF Masters Championships during JULY 23-26 at Hodges Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida include World Champions, Olympians, NFL great, local stars among 1,000 athletes ages 30-98.
CALI, Colombia -- With temperatures rising, American athletes did the same on the fifth and final day of IAAF World Youth Championships at Estadio Pascual Guerrero, where Candace Hill set a World Youth best of 22.43 to become the first American to sweep the sprint titles. Team USA started the day with three medals in 15 minutes and ended with six medals on the day, and a record 19 medals overall, eight of them gold.
Candace Hill, 200m gold medalist and World Youth record holder (Also 100m gold medalist at 2015 WYC)
Candace Hill, 200m gold medalist and World Youth record holder (Also 100m gold medalist at 2015 WYC)
CALI, Colombia -- With temperatures rising, American athletes did the same on the fifth and final day of IAAF World Youth Championships at Estadio Pascual Guerrero, where Candace Hill set a World Youth best of 22.43 to become the first American to sweep the sprint titles. Team USA started the day with three medals in 15 minutes and ended with six medals on the day, and a record 19 medals overall, eight of them gold.
CALI, Colombia -- On another four-medal night Saturday at the Estadio Pascal Guerrero, Sydney McLaughlin (South Plainfield, New Jersey) set a World Youth Championships record of 55.94 to win the women’s 400mH and Norman Grimes (Canyon, Texas) smashed his lifetime best with a 49.11 to take gold in the men’s race and increase Team USA’s medal total to 13 with one day remaining.
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