North Carolina athletes perform well in Walnut, CA. Congrats to all the individuals who traveled out west to compete. Also, check out the live webcast. Latoya James wins Young Women's 400m hurdles in 58.23! Wayne Davis III wins IB 110m hurdles in 13.74 & sets new National record & meet record.
Six North Carolina athletes named to USA Today's All-American teams.
A number of videos from our trip to Australia. Races hopefully will be posted in the next couple weeks. I didn't take that footage, so I'm waiting on it.
Photo: Team at the awards ceremony. Boys place 1st and girls place 2nd in team competition. 11 individuals claim top 10 awards in age group classifications.
Coverage of the 6 day event. Check out who has qualified for finals and finished in the top 10. Inside: Latoya James runs fastest time in NC history over 400m hurdles.
The future of Gamecock hurdling looks very bright as Dutch sweeps the hurdles at the Pan American Jr. Games
Image: USATF Youth Championships 2007 logo. Starting today at The Sports Complex at Benedictine University in Lisle, Illinois, many North Carolina athletes will begin competition. The USATF Youth Championships last July 3-July 8.
This year, four North Carolina athletes travelled to the meet as part of the National Scholastic Sports Federation (NSSF) team: Antonio Sales of East Chapel Hill, Ryan Hill of Hickory, and Latoya James & Sherice Walker both of Burlington Cummings. All four performed very well for the NSSF team. Here's how they did.