AAU Junior Olympic Games Qualifiers

After enduring four days of competition Legacy Runners Athletic Club (LRAC) has 44 athletes heading to the AAU National Championship. In the 10 year history of LRAC this is the second largest number of national qualifies we have had.

Congratulations to everyone who qualified for the AAU Junior Olympic Games to be held in Greensboro, North Carolina July 29 through August 3!!

Individual

Alicia Adams - 200m

Mia Adeoti - 100m hurdles, long jump

Amni Austin - 100m hurdles, pole vault

Brianna Barwick - 100m hurdles, 400m hurdles

Joshua Board - 100m

Tyler Carter - 110m hurdles

Ilanie Castorena - high jump

Aidan Donohue - 800m

Adia Douglas - 80m hurdles

Naima Douglas - 800m, 1500m

Khloe Daniels - 100m, 200m, 400m, triathlon

Seth Harris - 100m

Braylon Harness - 400m

Micah Jackson - shot put, discus

Zaven Johnson - 400m, triathlon

Zoei Johnson - 100m, 200m, long jump

Isaiah Kuli - high jump

Ja’Mari Newell - 400m

Florence Omodayo - triple jump

Michael Robinson - long jump

Caroline Schoen - 1500m

Joseph Spells - 100m

Alaina Steele - 200m, 400m, triathlon

Alissa Steele - shot put

Jackson Wingba - high jump, triathlon


Relays

Robert Chism, Christian McCollum, Seth Harris, William West - 4x100 (boys 9/10)

Braylon Harness, Aarien Lee, Zaven Johnson, Jackson Wingba - 4x400 (boys 9/10)

Mia Adeoti, Nadyah Chism, Omani Hagerman, Kayla Smith - 4x100 (girls 13/14)

Shanera Cambric, Ilanie Castorena, Audriana Gant, Imani Warner - ( girls 15/16)

Audriana Gant, Alexis Stringfellow, Imani Warner, Jaiya Worthy - 4x400 (girls 15/16)

Alicia Adams, Brianna Barwick, Michiah Kirwood, Laila Rice - 4x100 (girls 17/18)