“Road to TrackTown” Video Series Returns For Second Season

EUGENE, Ore. – TrackTown USA’s digital-first original video series titled “Road to TrackTown” will return for a second season in 2024. The series will provide an all-access look at athletes’ journeys on and off the track throughout the 2024 season, culminating at the 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Track & Field.

The series will be released on TrackTown USA’s FacebookYouTubeInstagram,XTikTok, and website

The first episode will debut on Tuesday, March 19. 

Athletes participating in the series include

  • JuVaughn Harrison of Puma: 2021 Olympic Games finalist in the High Jump and Long Jump, 2023 World Athletics Outdoor Championships silver medalist in the High Jump, four-time Diamond League meeting champion in the High Jump, three-time USA champion in the High Jump, 2021 USA champion in the Long Jump, six-time NCAA champion in the High Jump and Long Jump, and 2021 winner of The Bowerman Award.
  • Nikki Hiltz of Lululemon: Four-time USA champion between the 1500 meters, 1500 meters short track, and Road Mile; 2024 World Athletics Indoor Championships silver medalist in the 1500 meters; 2019 Pan American gold medalist in the 1500 meters; and American record-holder in the mile.
  • Janee’ Kassanavoid of Nike: Two-time world medalist in the Hammer Throw and 2022 USA champion in the indoor Weight Throw. Kassanavoid was the first Native American woman to win a World Athletics Championships medal.

  • Britton Wilson of Adidas: 2022 World Athletics Outdoor Championships gold medalist in the 4×400 meters relay, 2022 world finalist in the 400 meter Hurdles, four-time NCAA champion, and 2023 finalist for The Bowerman Award. 

“Road to TrackTown” will consist of four episodes for each athlete, as well as a series finale featuring all athletes following the 2024 Olympic Trials. Episodes will provide fans with an in-depth look into each athlete’s background, training, competition, and life outside of the sport through the 2024 outdoor track and field season.

Click here to watch the 2023 “Road to TrackTown” episodes in full.


About TrackTown USA, Inc. 

TrackTown USA, Inc. is a non-profit organization committed to setting a standard of excellence in hosting premier track and field events, creating a supportive environment for elite athletic performances, being a leader in sustainable sport practices, and inspiring the next generation of track and field athletes and fans. The organization was responsible for organizing the 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships, the 2015, 2022, and 2023 USATF Outdoor Championships, the 2016 IAAF World Indoor Championships in Portland, and the 2016 and 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials—Track & Field. In partnership with USA Track & Field, the organization brought the 2022 World Athletics Championships to the United States for the first time. TrackTown delivers the Wanda Diamond League’s recurring Prefontaine Classic, recognized as one of the world’s best track and field meets.