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Sunday morning sets tone for final day of Pan Am Juniors

EDMONTON -- In the final morning session of the Pan American Junior Championships at Foote Field, Anthony Peters finished just outside the podium in the 10,000-meter race walk, heptathlete Ashtin Zamzow moved into first place overall with one event remaining and 400-meter hurdler Anna Cockrell ran the fastest qualifying time of the day.
Anthony Peters (Davenport, Iowa) put in a strong effort for fourth-place finish in the men’s 10,000-meter race walk in 44:48.17, where his final split of 1:42.195 was the fastest in the field. Cameron Haught (Hickory, North Carolina) was sixth, crossing the line in 48:18.55.
Heptathlete Zamzow (Goliad, Texas) began Day 2 in second place, and despite finishing sixth in the long jump (5.27m/17-3.5), she ended the morning session on a high note, moving up to first place overall to lead by 140 points after throwing 46.15m/151-5 in the javelin.
Multi-eventer Kaylee Hinton finished second in the long jump, where she landed just just half an inch off the winning mark with her leap of 5.63m/18-5.75. Hinton threw 30.49m/100-0 in the javelin but slipped from third to fourth place after five events.
The seventh and final event of the heptathlon will be the 800m contested during Sunday’s evening session.
In the 400m hurdles qualifying, Team USA’s Anna Cockrell (Waxhaw, North Carolina) posted the fastest time of all runners when she finished in 57.71 in heat 2. Cockrell quickly broke the stagger on the back stretch before easing into the curve and slowing to a composed and comfortable finish. The final is set for 5 p.m. local (MT) and 7 p.m. ET during Sunday’s evening session.
In the hammer throw competition, Team USA’s Adam Kelly (Barrington, Rhode Island) finished fifth with his best throw at  69.11m/226-9 in the fourth round. Bobby Colantonio (Barrington, Rhode Island) recovered from a foul on his first attempt to throw 66.69m/218-7 on his second to finish in seventh place.  
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Click here for the complete schedule and results. The event will also be webcast here live, once the competition begins.
Team USA Medals at Pan Am Juniors (43)
Gold (20)
Connor Hendrickson, 10,000 (30:46.66)
Vashti Cunningham, high jump (1.96m/6-5, American Junior Record/=World Youth Best/meet record)
Christopher Mirabelli, javelin (72.63m/238-3)
Rachael Reddy, 5000 (16:23.35, meet record)
Noah Lyles, 200 (20.27)
Deanna Hill, 200 (23.18)
Norman Grimes, 400m hurdles (50.10)
Harrison Williams, decathlon (8,037 - American Junior Record)
Misana Viltz, 110m hurdles (13.30)
Raevyn Rogers, 800 (2:04.62)
Blake Haney, 1500 (3:56.49)
Josie Natrasevschi, discus (52.60m/172-7)
Samiyah Samuels, long jump (6.23m/20-5.25)
Dior Hall, 100m hurdles (13.20)
Paulo Benavides, pole vault (5.40m/17-8.5)
Matthew Maton, 5000 (14:20.58)
Erin Dietz, 3000 (9:37.51)
Raven Saunders, shot put (18.27m/59-11.25, meet record)
Payton Otterdahl, discus (57.96m/190-2)
Haley Showalter, hammer (58.45m/191-9)
Silver (13)
Kenny Selmon, 400m hurdles (50.29)
Travis Toliver, decathlon (7,346)
Hannah Christen, 3000 steeplechase (10:24.32)
Brandon Pollard, 1500 (3:56.51)
Lloydricia Cameron, discus (51.98m/170-6)
Courtney Corrin, long jump (6.13m/20-1.5)
Audie Wyatt, pole vault (5.35m/17-6.5)
Cerake Geberkidane, 5000 (14:28.45)
Noah Lyles, 100 (10.18)
Aleia Hobbs, 100 (11.50)
My'Lik Kerley, 400 (46.33)
Lena Giger, hammer (57.99m/190-3)
Sara Kathryn Stevens, pole vault (4.00m/13-1.5)
Bronze (10)
Chase Weaverling, 10,000 (30:53.13)
Curtis Thompson, javelin (71.11m/233-3)
Caroline Alcorta, 5000 (16:48.48)
Ryan Clark, 200 (20.62)
Alexandra Harris, 3000 steeplechase (10:31.79)
KeAndre Bates, long jump (7.54m/24-9)
Sophia Rivera, shot put (15.34m/50-4)
Christian Coleman, 100 (10.32)
Teahna Daniels, 100 (11.54)
Kendall Ellis, 400 (52.81)

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