Fort Gordon, Georgia – The 2013 AAU Cross Country National Championship brought nearly
1,200 of the country’s best youth athletes to Augusta, Georgia to compete at Fort Gordon on a very
friendly spectator course. With overcast weather and not too chilly, the rain held off just enough for
the runners to compete without the mud and wet conditions.
Twelve races were conducted in this championship with a total of 22 divisions between the boys
and girls. With the military background, the color guard and military band kicked off the
ceremonies and the event began at the normal 9:00am start time.
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Boys and Girls 6U
Boys and Girls 7/8
Boys and Girls 15-18
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Central State University coach James Rollins leans on AAU experience at the next level
Central State University (Wilberforce, Ohio) track and field coach James Rollins started his coaching career with youth athletes competing in events hosted by the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU).
Director of the Total Effect Sports Academy in Columbus, Ohio, Rollins started the program in 2008 with his then-wife to reach inner city youth and teach them about track and field, being healthy and the fundamentals of the sport. He credits his experience with AAU for helping to prepare him for life as a college coach.
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