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Feature12 Apr 2016

Bydgoszcz-bound Lyles brothers set for big year

For the past three seasons, US high school speedsters have had numerous chances to observe the sprinting prowess of Noah and Josephus Lyles – most often while well behind the brothers from Virginia.

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Report19 Jul 2015

Boys' 200m – IAAF World Youth Championships, Cali 2015

Just 15 minutes after Candace Hill completed the girls’ 100m and 200m double, Abdul Hakim Sani Brown matched the feat at the IAAF World Championships, Cali 2015 with a breath-taking performance of almost equal magnitude on Sunday afternoon (19).

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Report18 Jul 2015

Boys' 400m – IAAF World Youth Championships, Cali 2015

Propelled by a gutsy run down the home straight, Christopher Taylor powered to an impressive victory in the boys’ 400m to secure Jamaica’s first gold medal at the IAAF World Youth Championships, Cali 2015.

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Report15 Jul 2015

Sani Brown gets opening morning in Cali off to a flying start

Barely 30 minutes after the IAAF World Youth Championships, Cali 2015 got under way in the Colombian city, jaws dropped in the Pascual Guerrero stadium as Japan’s Abdul Hakim Sani Brown sped to a championship record of 10.30 in the first heat of the 100m on Wednesday morning (15).

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Previews13 Jul 2015

Boys' 400m preview – IAAF World Youth Championships Cali 2015

World youth leader Christopher Taylor will be aiming to keep the 400m title in Jamaican hands but he’ll have to beat back a two-prong attack by the strong US duo of Keshun Reed and Josephus Lyles.

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Report01 Jul 2015

McLaughlin, Hill and Lyles impress at US Youth Championships

Last year, Sydney McLaughlin clocked 55.63 in the 400m hurdles at the US Junior Championships but at 14 years old was too young to compete at the IAAF World Junior Championships.

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