32 AAU Alumni Are On This Year's Team USA

A total of 32 athletes on this year's Team USA squad for the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London are AAU Junior Olympic Games alumni. The World Championships take place from August 4-13.

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Athlete 2017 Worlds Event Hometown
Morolake Akinosun 4 x 100m Relay Chicago, IL
Nia Ali 100m Hurdles Philadelphia, PA
Erica Bougard Heptathlon Byhalia, MS
Aaliyah Brown 4 x 100m Relay Frankfort, IL
Kori Carter 400m Hurdles Hawthorne, CA
Michael Cherry 4 x 400m relay Chesapeake, VA
Christian Coleman 100m Atlanta, GA
Vashti Cunningham High Jump Las Vegas, NV
Bobby Curtis Marathon Louisville, KY
Marquis Dendy Long Jump Middletown, DE
Kimberlyn Duncan 200m Katy, TX
Kendall Ellis 400m Pembroke Pines, FL
Eric Futch 400m Hurdles Darby, PA
Emily Grove Pole Vault Pontiac, IL
Aleec Harris 110m Hurdles Atlanta, GA
Natasha Hastings 4 x 400m Relay Brooklyn, NY
Jeff Henderson Long Jump North Little Rock, AR
Emily Infeld 10,000m University Heights, OH
Kyra Jefferson 4 x 100m Relay Detroit, MI
Jarrion Lawson Long Jump Texarkana, TX
Shamier Little 400m Hurdles Chicago, IL
LaShawn Merritt 400m Portsmouth, VA
Sandi Morris Pole Vault Greenville, SC
Gil Roberts 400m Oklahoma City, OK
Michael Rodgers 4 x 100m Relay St. Louis, MO
Sha'Keela Saunders Long Jump Chesapeake, VA
Cassandra Tate 400m Hurdles Hammond, LA
Erin Taylor-Talcott 50K Race Walk Portland, OR
Kendell Williams Heptathlon Kennesaw, GA
Devon Williams Decathlon Kennesaw, GA
Ajee' Wilson 800m Neptune, NJ
Shakima Wimbley 4 x 400m Relay Fort Lauderdale, FL

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