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

NCAA DIII XC Recap: North Central Wins No. 19 In Rout, WashU. Scores Upset

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Race Replay: 2018 DIII NCAA XC Championship Men's 8k

A shocking upset in the women’s race and a dominant performance by the winningest men’s program in NCAA cross country history told the story on Saturday at the 2018 DIII NCAA XC Championships in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, as the Washington U. women beat two-time defending champs Johns Hopkins by one point, while the North Central men won their 19th DIII title with their lowest point total since 1993.

Morgan McDonald Reigns, NAU Three-Peats At NCAA XC Championships

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Race Replay: 2018 DI NCAA XC Championship Men's 10k

MADISON, WI. — The men's NCAA DI XC Championships made history on Saturday morning as Wisconsin senior Morgan McDonald became the first man to win the individual title on his home course since 1992, and Northern Arizona became the first team to win three consecutive team titles since 1998.

Champion Dani Jones Leads Colorado To NCAA XC Team Title

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Race Replay: 2018 DI NCAA XC Championship Women's 6k

MADISON, WI. — You couldn't write a better story for Colorado senior Dani Jones, who captured her first individual cross country national title while leading the Buffs to their first team championship in 14 years.

Coast Guard's Kaitlyn Mooney Eyes NCAA History At DIII XC

When Coast Guard sophomore Kaitlyn Mooney crosses the finish line Saturday at the 2018 DIII NCAA XC Championships in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, there’s a very good chance she’ll have accomplished a feat that no other woman has in NCAA history.

Loyalty To Team Is The Driving Force At NCAA Cross Country Championships

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MADISON, Wisc. (16-Nov) -- Morgan McDonald has worn the Australian colors in five global championships, and placed eighth at last April's Commonwealth Games in the 5000m on home soil.  But the 22 year-old senior from Sydney, who will be running his final cross country race tomorrow for the University of Wisconsin, said those championships don't compare to tomorrow's NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships here when it comes to his drive to succeed as a member of a team.

2018 DIII NCAA XC All-American Projections

NCAA XC: Dynasties On The Line

Below are FloTrack's 2018 projections for the men's and women's DIII NCAA XC All-Americans:

Former NCAA Stars Make Their XC Predictions

NCAA XC: Dynasties On The Line

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DIII NCAA XC Women's Preview: Hopkins Hones In On Dynasty

Workout Wednesday: Johns Hopkins Men & Women

The 2018 DIII NCAA women’s cross country championships will feature a favorite in Johns Hopkins looking to expand on their recent dynasty, and a slew of challengers seeking to put an end to the Blue Jays’ dominance. Hopkins will race for their sixth title since 2012 on Saturday in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, a run that only one other DIII women’s program in history has accomplished. It should be fascinating to watch it all unfold in brutal cross country conditions this weekend.

Deep Field Tries To Take Down New Mexico, Kelati Goes For First Title

NCAA XC: Dynasties On The Line

It didn’t take long for the narrative of the women’s NCAA cross country season to shift. New Mexico entered the fall with three of the nation’s best runners, high profile transfers, and a clear line to their third team title in four years. 

NCAA XC Champs Confidence Picks: NAU Three-Peats, McDonald Edges Fisher

The stakes are clear and the storylines are well established.