On Tuesday, Baltimore writer Tariq Touré took to Twitter to solicit help for a youth track team in Baltimore that needed money to travel to the National Junior Olympic Track & Field Championships in Kansas. The team, Turbo Track Club, found an unexpected savior. Former NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson donated $2,200 to the GoFundMe page, and as of 6 p.m. Tuesday, the team was just over $700 short of its $5,000 goal. Johnson's soft spot is understandable. His daughter, Cha'iel, 12, won the Junior Olympics' 800 meters each of the past two years. Turbo Track qualified for the Junior Olympics after taking the regionals "by storm" in Greensboro, N.C., according to the GoFundMe. The national championships in Lawrence, Kan., run from July 24 to July 30.