Issue #12

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April 11, 2016


An Online Magazine of International Track and Field Images

USATF and AAF World Championship Performances


Contributing Photographers

Patrick Holleran

Phil Johnson

Steve Klotz

Randy Miyazaki

Kim Spir

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USATF Championships Precede World Meet

World Champions The World Indoor Championships in Portland, Oregon, March 17-20, crowned world champions in all the indoor events. At the shortest distance, the 60 meter world champion was American Trayvon Bromell (left), who won an extremely close contest among the entire field. The women’s 60 winner was also an American, Barbara Pierre (right), who beat Dafne Schippers.

Photos by Patrick Holleran

US Champions In the USATF Indoor Championships the week before the IAAF meet, Ryan Hill (l) won the 3000 meter with a big kick, Sandi Morris (c) won a title with a breakthrough performance in the pole vault, and Ajee’ Wilson (r) won the 800 meter.

Photos by Patrick Holleran

Jumpers Italy’s Gianmarco Tamberi won the high jump. Vaulter Jenn Suhr, who had finished 2nd to American teammate Sandi Morris (below) at the USATF Indoor Championships, reversed the order of that finish in the World meet. Brittney Reese won the long jump.

Photos by Patrick Holleran

Other Winners Defending champion Ashton Eaton won the heptathlon and his wife Brianne Theisen-Eaton won the pentathlon. Michelle Carter won the shot put on her final throw.

Photos by Patrick Holleran

More Champions Ethiopia’s Genzebe Dibaba, who set a world 1500 record last summer, won the 3000, pulling away from the field. Tomas Walsh won the shot put with a series of 21 meter throws. France’s Renaud LaVillenie was the winner of the pole vault, and Boris Berian continued his rapid rise to the upper levels of 800 meter running with a victory in that event.

Photos by Patrick Holleran