With the conclusion of the World Championships in Beijing, the finest, fittest athletes take a moment to reflect on the event with perspective, resilience, humor, and thanks, and set their sights on the future.
— Jeffrey EGGLESTON (@jde66leston) August 22, 2015
— Amber Campbell (@USAHammerHottie) August 27, 2015
Despise the result today, worst at a major in my career. Much appreciated those who showed me love. Can’t wait to see my growing family!
— Kibwé Johnson (@KibweJohnson) August 22, 2015
Man, what an awesome experience. Not the ending I was hoping for, but excited to have some more racing opportunities next month. Best of luck to the rest of Team USA as they finish up the World Championships in Beijing and thanks to everyone back home for the continued support as always! #USATF #NikeRunning #runningwildic
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Teared up walking the steps of the Great Wall today. As I reflected on how far I have come and how bright the future is looking, I was overcome with so much emotion. Never thought I would be here but know there is no place I’d rather be. #blessed #RoadtoRio #Worlds2015 #TeamNike #TeamUSA #usatffoundation
It’s definitely time to go home lol I ran out of M&Ms and fruit by the foot!
— Miss Whitney (@WJaShLeyLUVSu) August 26, 2015
& late but obligatory: raced poorly, blah blah silver linings and all that. Whatever, Hardships I’ll disregard. #Rio2016
— Donn Cabral (@DonnCabral) August 26, 2015
— Kori Carter (@TheKoriMonster) August 26, 2015
I can’t believe I just got 4th place at the World Championships…. Someone has seriously been watching over me. I have said it a million times, but I’ll say it again: I can’t thank my supporters enough because without you guys, I never would have made it here. #ProHogs #WPS #TeamUSA #Nike #USATF #2015WorldChampionships
As I prepare to leave Beijing tomorrow, I can’t help but to reflect back on how special this week was for me. To have my parents in the stands watching as I received my first medal was truly a blessing. As I stepped on the podium, I couldn’t help but to think back on how far I’ve come. This experience has been nothing short of amazing, God is good, and I do believe the best is yet to come. #Beijing2015 #Blessed #GreaterisComing
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— Stephanie Garcia (@steph_steeples) August 26, 2015
Running for TEAM USA has always been a dream of mine. It’s an honor to run for my country & wear the red, white & blue. #WorldChampionships
— Brenda Martinez (@bmartrun) August 24, 2015
— Neely Spence Gracey (@neelyspenceG) August 25, 2015