USA Track & Field National News

DONETSK, UKRAINE - Team USA advanced both the men’s and women’s medley relays to the finals during a short morning of qualifying rounds at the IAAF World Youth Championships.
DONETSK, UKRAINE - Alexa Efraimson won bronze in the 1500m and Kenny Selmon finished third in the 400m hurdles during Saturday’s evening session at the IAAF World Youth Championships.
OLATHE, KAN. – Carol Finsrud (W56) bettered the existing American age-group record in the women’s discus as Gary Hunter (M57) did the same in the men’s pole vault while athletes continue to add multiple national titles to their resumes as the USA Masters Outdoor Track & Field Championships continued Saturday at the Olathe District Activity Center. Competition concludes Sunday.
DONETSK, UKRAINE - Team USA advanced both the men’s and women’s medley relays to the finals during a short morning of qualifying rounds at the IAAF World Youth Championships.
DONETSK, UKRAINE - Alexa Efraimson won bronze in the 1500m and Kenny Selmon finished third in the 400m hurdles during Saturday’s evening session at the IAAF World Youth Championships.
OLATHE, KAN. – Carol Finsrud (W56) bettered the existing American age-group record in the women’s discus as Gary Hunter (M57) did the same in the men’s pole vault while athletes continue to add multiple national titles to their resumes as the USA Masters Outdoor Track & Field Championships continued Saturday at the Olathe District Activity Center. Competition concludes Sunday.
OLATHE, KAN. – Carol Finsrud (W56) bettered the existing American age-group record in the women’s discus as Gary Hunter (M57) did the same in the men’s pole vault while athletes continue to add multiple national titles to their resumes as the USA Masters Outdoor Track & Field Championships continued Saturday at the Olathe District Activity Center. Competition concludes Sunday.
OLATHE, KAN. – Two of the older competitors in the meet, William Bell, Sr., (M91, Jonesboro, Ark.) and Orville Rogers (M95, Dallas, Texas) each set world age-group records in the men’s pole vault and 400m, respectively, as the USA Masters Outdoor Track & Field Championships continued with its second day Friday at the Olathe District Activity Center.
DONETSK, UKRAINE - Five of Team USA’s athletes secured their spots in the next round of competition at the IAAF World Youth Championships during the Friday morning session.
Gwen Wentland-Mikinski (W40, Manhattan, Kan.) will compete in her first USA Masters Outdoor championships this weekend in Olathe, Kan., in the high jump where she will make a run at the American and world records in the 40-44 age group. She will jump on Saturday in pursuit of the world mark of 1.78m.
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