Sandi Morris, coming off her American record performance, will be in Greenville Saturday afternoon for a send-off before the Olympics.
The Saunders family is hosting fundraisers to make the trip. Media outlets talk about the fundraiser and Raven's journey.
Sandi Morris talks with media around the United States about the upcoming Olympics.
If I had to pick one word to describe my Olympic Trials experience I would say overwhelming.
See what the top Florida athletes had to say after their Olympic Trials experiences including champions Jenny Simpson and Brianna Rollins, as well as Marvin Bracy, Trayvon Bromell, and Tony McQuay who will be representing Team USA at the Olympic Games in Rio, and other Sunshine State standouts!
Floridians flexed their muscle at the 2016 Olympic Trials with several earning spots on Team USA for the Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro. We showcase our Sunshine State standouts in this slideshow feature!
In case you missed the historic run for Sydney McLaughlin catch up on the action right here!
Sydney McLaughlin is the youngest U.S. track and field Olympian since 1972
Jasmin Stowers talks about her Olympic Trials journey.
NBC sportscaster Ato Boldon reflects on the 2016 Olympic Trials at Hayward Field
Raven Saunders is an NCAA champion and a record-setting shot putter. But her life and influence go much farther than throws on a track.
One of Florida's most beloved alumni Jenny Simpson (Barringer) won her first ever US Olympic Trials with a time of 4:04.79 to take gold in the 1,500m at historic Hayward Field and earn a spot on Team USA at the Olympic Games in Rio. This will be the second Olympic Games for Simpson who failed to qualify for the 2012 Games in London.
The rising senior from New Jersey placed third in the 400m hurdles final
Sydney McLaughlin has done it! The 16 year old Union Catholic high school track star has qualified for the Rio Olympics.
Check out photo galleries from every day of competition in Eugene, Ore.
Lyles broke the national record yesterday
The Florida commit placed fourth in the 200m
Recent high school graduates Noah Lyles and Michael Norman made the Olympic Trials 200m final
The injured star was more nervous for the race than his brother
In a dramatic lean at the finish line, Justin Gatlin won the 200m final in the second fastest time in the world this year Saturday at Hayward Field. Out of lane eight, Gatlin beat world leader LaShawn Merritt with a winning time of 19.75 seconds. After winning the 400m title earlier in the week, Merritt finished second in 19.79 and was followed by Ameer Webb who closed for third in 20.00.
The national high school record holder advances to the finals tomorrow
The national high school record holder won her semi-final heat at Hayward Field
Former Miami Northwestern alumni Bri Rollins won the 100m hurdles at the Olympic Trials joining Kristin Catlin, and Nia Ali as the the top three finishers on one of the hardest teams to make.
Can another high schooler join Vashti Cunningham in Rio for the Olympic Games? Stay tuned!
The USC recruit advanced to the semi finals of the 200m dash at the Olympic Trials
Updates on former Maryland high school stars competing at the Olympic Trials this week in Eugene, Oregon.
Rock Hill’s Brandon Hudgins moved on to the semifinal round of the U.S.A. Track and Field 1500 meters Olympic trials Thursday evening in Oregon. (via heraldonline)