IAAF World Junior Championships Updates (Cain Blasts New Nat'l Record by Over 3 Secs)

Cover Photo courtesy of Victor Sailor

Stay tuned right here track fans, as the conclusion to the Outdoor season is surprisingly, and finally, upon us.  The IAAF World Juniors are being held in Barcelona, Spain as you read this, and you can look no further for the results than right here.

Here's who to look for


For those non-NY'ers, Ajee Wilson of Neptune went 2:02.43 to qualifiy for the finals in the 800m run.  That's US #1 for 2012.  She has also0 now went 2:00.91 to secure her dominance in the finals.


Brianna Nerud


Qualifying Round - 10:08.15  US # 1 All-Time, Olympic "B" Standard, 6th Fastest Qualifier

Quote: “I was expecting it to go out a little faster, but the first two laps were really slow so I wanted to pick it up.” said Nerud. “I was waiting for someone to take it out. I didn’t want it to be a kicker’s race. (My coach) told me to run my own race.”


10:00.72 New US #1, 5th place overall

Team USA

North Shore High School

3000m Steeple


Aisling Cuffe


Finals: - 9:19.95, 6th place overall

Team USA

Cornwall High School / Stanford University



Mary Cain


Semi - 4:14.77 (Qual)

Finals -

4:11.01 - 6th overall

Team USA

Bronxville High School



Kadecia Baird



100 - 11.72

400 - 53.29


100 - 12.26 (non-qual)

400 - 52.40 (qual)


400 - 51.04 - 2nd Overall - NYS Record

Team Guyana

Medgar Evers Prep

100m/ 400m


Rudy Winkler


Semi - 73.18 / 240-01 (Auto-Qual)

Finals - No Improvement

Team USA

Averill Park

Hammer Throw


Eddie Owens


Semis - 8:52.99 (Qual)

Finals - 8:51.44

Team USA

Packer Collegiate / Princeton

3000m Steeple Chase