Three of the 4 track and field athletes from Ethiopia who were reported missing Saturday after competing in the IAAF World Junior Championships in Eugene have been found in Beaverton.
Police said Amanuel Abebe Atibeha, 17; Dureti Edao, 18; Meaza Kebede, 18, were safe, unharmed, and staying with acquaintances.
A missing persons case is still active for 18-year-old Zeyituna Mohammed.
Over 6 days, the world competed in peace in Oregon at the IAAF World Junior Championships.
Total attendance at Hayward Field was 51,532 fans.
A total of 1,062 Citizens of TrackTown volunteers made the event possible.
And the United States matched its best total ever for the World Junior Championships with 21 total medals, including 11 golds, five silvers and five bronzes.
Athletes from around the globe ran the Men's 10k Tuesday nightat Hayward Field to close out the first day of competition at the IAAF World Junior Championships in Eugene, Oregon.
Living in Track Town USA, you've probably seen your fair share of track meets.
But don't be mistaken: the IAAF World Junior Championships is no ordinary competition.
The IAAF World Junior Track and Field Championships get underway Tuesday morning, marking the first time the IAAF has held an event of any kind in the United States since 1992.
This is the junior championship's first appearance on U.S. soil.
If all goes well this week local organizers with TrackTown USA hope its just the start of more to come: Eugene is one of three cities bidding to host the 2019 World Championships.
The track world - literally - has arrived in TrackTown USA with this week's IAAF World Junior Championships, dubbed Oregon 14.
"We may not be a large city Barcelona or New York City for that matter, but what we are is a city that believes in the sport and has for many, many years," said Vin Lananna, president of TrackTown USA.
That belief started a bid three years ago to bring the World Juniors to Eugene.
Eugene becomes the first city to host the event in the U.S.
Athletes from around the globe meet at the IAAF World Junior Championships at Hayward Field this week, the event's first appearance on U.S. soil.
This gallery includes the flags of the nations participating in Oregon 14
Willamalane Park and Recreation District is set to welcome more than 1,750 youth athletes from around the world at the Oregon14 Welcome Party on Monday, July 21, at Island Park in Springfield.
The free public event, set from 7 to 9 p.m., is a kickoff party for the IAAF World Junior Championships Oregon at Hayward Field.
Final preparations are underway for the first day of competition and opening ceremonies of the 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships at historic Hayward Field.
This is the first time the championships have been held in the U.S.
All 1,600 athletes and 175 countries have arrived and are now on campus.
TrackTown USA is making it easy for fans, officials, volunteers, coaches, athletes and media to get to historic Hayward Field and other destinations around town during the IAAF World Junior Championships Oregon 2014.
In just a few days, 1,600 athletes from 200 countries will gather at Hayward Field for the IAAF Junior World Championships.
And if you want to go, Kidsports may be your ticket in with a $5 special for your family.
Now through July 21, all famillies of Kidsports participants are welcome to purchase a maximum of 8 general tickets at that price.
The season finale of “TrackTown Tuesday” promises to be the biggest ever. Come join us as we get ready to celebrate one week until the opening ceremonies of the IAAF World Junior Championships Oregon 2014.
The University of Oregon got off on the right foot at the US junior championships last weekend with incoming freshmen Ashlee Moore winning the heptathalon.
Track Town welcomes 1,100 athletes from Division 1 programs to historic Hayward Field at the University of Oregon this week for the 2014 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
Competition starts Wednesday, June 11, and continues through Saturday, June 14.
Athletes from around 200 colleges nationwide will compete.
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