DES MOINES, IA - Athing Mu of Trenton Track Club in Trenton, New Jersey, will be looking for her third and fourth gold medals of the AAU Junior Olympic Games on Saturday. If she's able to achieve these feats, she will be the first athlete in AAU Junior Olympic Games history to win four golds.
Mu has already claimed the 1500m and 800m titles in 4:38.78 and 2:07.54, respectively. At 12:45 PM (CST) on Saturday, she will race in the 400m dash, where she will chase the 15-16-year-old AAU age group national record time of 52.71. The record was set by Kendall Baisden, of Detroit in 2010.
Mu will then turn her attention to the 200m, which is set to take place at 2:15 PM (CST). The 200m may be her biggest challenge of the weekend as she has only the second-fastest seed time of 23.98.
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