The NSAF -- Jim Spier, Joy Kamani and Steve Underwood -- will be on site to cover the World Athletics U20 Championships (formerly IAAF World Junior Championships) for the first time since 2018. We will be posting daily recaps with photos on nationalscholastic.org, photo galleries and video interviews on our NSAF Facebook page, and select photos and/or clips on our NSAF Twitter and NSAF Instagram feeds.
- The World Athletics' How to Watch page includes live streaming links from the World Athletics' Facebook and YouTube pages, broadcast info from a number of countries (including CNBC for the USA), and more valuable links for following the meet (many of which are detailed below in the World Athletics links section).
Leading Entrants Breakdowns from the NSAF
- Recently retired NSAF Executive Director Jim Spier, who has attended nearly every IAAF Junior and Youth championship, has produced leading entrant lists for World and Team USA Men and Women. They include the Top 10 World U20 athletes who are entered for the meet, plus the US entries. The Team USA listings include placing at the USATF U20 Champs and affiliation if college student or placing at Nike Indoor Nationals/Nike Outdoor Nationals if high school student.
- TEAM USA Press Release with Roster, Coaching Staff and leading athletes -- Team USA numbers 77 athletes (44 women and 33 men), including current and former NSAF Champions, All-Americans and Team NSAF athletes.
From World Athletics
- Meet Home Page -- Where it all starts.
- Timetable and Results -- Standard daily schedule with start lists and immediate results upon event completion.
- Championship Entries -- By Event and Season's Best | By Country and Event
- Event by Event Previews