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June 19-24, 2007 Indianapolis

DyeStat on-site coverage

US Junior Nationals

Under age 20 national championship

DyeStat on-site coverage with Steve Underwood, Doug Speck,
Marc Davis, Pat Davey, Mike Kennedy and Vic Sailer.

See Coverage Log for links to all stories.

Video by Doug Speck
45 clips available

Start Lists
TV Schedule
Prior Years on DyeStat

the meet's own web site
Coverage by day: Wednesday - Thursday - Friday - Saturday - Sunday -

Jordan's Journey - Feature by SteveU

Indy video highlights - by Doug Speck

Sunday - HS girls mix with senior women - Chanelle Price 2:02.38 800 makes her 3rd fastest prep ever, moving up one spot from her 2:02.76 victory at Nike Outdoor Nationals last week. PV opens at 13-9.25 and Tori Anthony makes it! . Sunday page

Saturday - Among best ever: Wynne (US#2 all-time 49.70 400H) and Hasay (US#4 all-time 4:16.98 1500): NON winner William Wynne GA 49.70 hurdles victory trails only Kenneth Ferguson's 2002 mark of 49.38. Johnny Dutch NC tied for #8 all-time with 50.07 runner-up. Jordan Hasay CA 4:16.98 1500 is US#4 all-time, taking down Suzy Favor's sophomore class record of 4:19.46. Saturday page
  • AJ Edges Centro - In highly anticipated showdown, AJ Acosta (Oregon ) 3:49.53 1500 nips Matt Centrowitz MD 3:49.54, with Sam Borchers OH 3rd in 3:50.23 and Michael Chinchar WA up for 4th (3:51.45).
  • Ryann Krais PA 57.20 2nd in 400H, over Jackie Coward TN (57.89) and Jamesha Youngblood CA (58.72).
  • Jessica Beard OH (52.12)and Bryshon Nellum CA (US#1 45.38) take 400 finals.
  • Emily Sisson NE wins 5k in 16:48.67 over Alex Gits MN (16:50.47) and last week's NON champ Marissa Treece MI (17:01.76)
Friday - Henning's Hammer Record leads the way for three dynamic doublers. Emily Pendleton and Cory Primm also complete NON-US Juniors double. Bianca Knight returns. William Wynne edges closer to sub-50 400H. Jessica Beard and Bryshon Nellum advance to 400m finals. Acosta, Centrowitz, Forys and Borchers advance to sizzling 1500 final matchup. Friday page

Thursday - All Time List Under Assault - Brendan Ames WY #2 all-time, any condition with 13.15w 110H, Ryann Krais PA moves to 4th all-time on heptathlon list w/ 5377 runner-up to Woods, Jackie Coward TN 13.21 US#4 all time in heats, 13.17w (+2.2) in finals for 3rd, Rynell Parson TX 10.23 winner is US#1 and soph class record, plus Chanelle Price advances in senior womens 800 prelims Thursday page

Wednesday - Pennsylvania prep Ryann Krais (Methacton), with 3270 pts, trails USC frosh Shana Woods (3311) in Jr. Women's Heptathlon, while Brentwood TN Michael Ayers is top HSer in Jr. Men's Decathlon, scoring 3769 day 1 points, good for third. Wednesday page

DyeStat Coverage Log
  • Preview - Top 10 Matchups - Men's 1500 (Acosta-Centrowitz-Borchers-Forys) is #1. by Steve Underwood
  • Preview - Women - Life gets tougher for preps as college freshmen are eligible for this meet. by Mike Kennedy
  • Preview - Men - Many preps are among the favorites. by Doug Speck

TV Coverage
6/22/078:00 PMESPN2
6/23/072:00 PMNBC
6/23/077:00 PMESPN2
6/24/071:00 PMNBC

We're going to Rio!

The top 2 finishers at Indy are eligible for selection to Team USA for the Pan Am Games in Rio de Janeiro Brazil July 13-19.