Jordan Crawford qualifies for the Pan Am Junior Race Walk Trials and the USA-Canada Junior Race Walk Match Trials!
Eric Merriweather – 2017 Legendary Award Honoree – The Humanitarian Award. In just 6 years, the Legendary Awards has emerged as an iconic ceremony to honor and celebrate living legends that have excelled and made significant contributions within their industries and communities locally, nationally or internationally.
Welcome to the new members of Atlanta Track Club Elite's Olympic Development Team! Atlanta Track Club recently signed seven new athletes to help achieve their goal of sending at least one Club member to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. Learn more about these talented individuals and help welcome them.
These instructions are for current, active USATF officials in the Georgia Association who are simply re-certifying at their current level (i.e. Apprentice, Association, National, Masters). If you are interested in applying to upgrade your current certification level, there is additional information at the end of these instructions.
The Georgia Association had 24 All-American athletes (Top 25) in the USATF National Junior Olympic Cross Country Championships held December 10, 2016 at Veterans Park in Hoover, Alabama.
At Rio 2016, the identity of the Olympic triple jump champion was the same as it had been at London 2012. Yet something about Christian Taylor was different.
We, the members of the Athletes Advisory Committee of USATF, join together to endorse the Copenhagen Reform Proposal proposed by 17 national anti-doping organizations in August 2016. We feel strongly that IOC and WADA governance should be separate, and that the IOC should invest the necessary funding in WADA for it to be effective. These would be landmark steps toward protecting clean sport athletes globally, and restoring faith in Olympic Sport.
In one of her final acts as USATF President at the 2016 Annual Meeting, Hightower awarded this year’s President’s Awards.
We are excited to host the first ever Georgia High School Cross Country Meet of Champions!
NOW she tells us. In a year where preps stirred the pot big-time at the Olympic Trials, 17-year-old junior Candace Hill put herself deep into the mix, placing 4th in her 100 semi and 5th in the 200's penultimate round. In the shorter dash, Hill, whose ’15 PR, 10.98, took down the High School Record, made her the first sub-11.00 prep, and spurred her decision to turn pro at 16, missed the final by just 0.03.
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