Volume 1 No. 8

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August 12, 2014


An Online Magazine of International Track and Field Images

World and American Junior Athletes Take the Stage


Contributing Photographers

Patrick Holleran

Phil Johnson

Steve Klotz

Randy Miyazaki

Kim Spir

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Morgan Lake of Great Britain won the Heptathlon and High Jump at the World Juniors                Photo by Patrick Holleran    

Runners from African nations dominated the longer races at the IAAF World Jr. Championships. Male winners included 

Alfred Kipketer (Kenya)  in the 800 Meter, Jonathan Sawe (Kenya) in the 1500 Meter, and Joshua Keptegei (Uganda)  in the 10,000 Meter.     

Photos by Patrick Holleran

High school senior Mary Cain (l) won the 3000 meter, 1st American girl to win a medal at an event beyond the 800 meter in the history of the World Junior Championships.

Kendall Baisden (r) won the World 400 and anchored the USA 4 x 400 Relay team to victory.

Elise Cranny (4th) and Alexa Efraimson (6th) in the 1500, won by Dawit Seyaum of Ethiopia (below).

Photos by Patrick Holleran

Axel Chapelle of France, Pole Vault winner at the World Juniors               

Photo by Phil Johnson     

Ekaterina Starygina of Russia, winner of the Javelin at the World Juniors               

Photo by Phil Johnson     

Kendal Williams upset Trayvon Bromell, the new Junior world record holder, in the 100 Meter at the World Juniors. On the right, Alemitu Hawi (2nd) and Alemitu Heroye (1st) celebrate their performance in the World Junior 5000.                     Photos by Patrick Holleran    

Kendell Williams, Dior Hall, 1-2 at the US (r) and World (l) Juniors.

Alexa Efraimson, Elise Cranny (far right), 1-2 in the US Juniors.

Photos (r) by Kim Spir

Photo (l) by Patrick Holleran