How many top performances will we see before July, and the World under-18 Champs in Nairobi, Kenya?!?

After time overseas (March-November 2012), making contact with old clients and new ones, I set up this new site "down-under" transitioning from Lionel Peter's website, (I had compiled its content for 12 years until late 2011). Lionel's health was deteriorating, and he died in July 2013 (see obituary under "More News")

With my knowledgeable information sources in a host of countries, like me they are very enthusiastic about showcasing the exploits of the world's under 20-year-olds in track & field (indoors and out), road running, race walking, cross-country and mountain running. We all applaud when a junior athlete achieves at the very highest level, as was the case with Keshorn Walcott's unexpected win in the 2012 Olympic Games Javelin. I had been privileged to see him win World Junior Champs gold in Barcelona a month earlier, then sat spellbound as he repeated the feat in my old home town, London!

Having this well-designed website, I'm now experiencing a steady flow of visitors, all of them with an ongoing interest in our great sport of Athletics...

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    20 April at 06:39 from atlas

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  • This will be the LAST World under-18 Champs!

    4 April at 03:31 from atlas

    News just in from the IAAF that Nairobi will host these Champs for the final time this year, after which Area Champs will become the ...

  • This young Swede SOARS ever higher!

    4 April at 03:13 from atlas

    He already "owned" the world under-20 record, but that didn't stop Armand Duplantis from adding 8cm to his previous best, with a ...

  • ETHIOPIAN to the fore in Kampala!

    4 April at 03:02 from atlas

    Letesenbat Gidey won her second under-20 title in the Ugandan capital, and as has been the norm for many years, her East African ...


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