Time to update you with Field event action in Eugene. Chase Alley She took a world lead of 20.51m in the second round to take the women’s shotput. This was 18 cm higher than the previous best of the year by Canada. Sarah Mitten,
Eli, who turned 28 just before the world championships, won the Oslo Diamond League earlier this month with a lifetime best of 20.13m. But she eclipsed that mark twice today with 20.19m in the final round.
Adelaide Aquila was second with 19.45m Jessica Woodward who clocked a personal best of 19.40m.
There would be no world for an Olympic silver medalist Raven ‘Hulk’ Saunders, His season-best 18.95m was only enough for fourth place.
Shelby McEwen equaled his personal best with a second clearance of 2.33m to win the men’s high jump and achieve the world championship entry standard in the process.
Juvon Harrison — an Olympic finalist in both the high jump and long jump last year in Tokyo — was second with a season-best 2.30m and will join McEwen on the team for Eugene.
in men’s spears, Ethan Dubso won with 81.29 meters ahead of Curtis Thompson (80.49 m) and Marc Anthony Minichello (79.05m).
None of the three have the Eugene Admissions Standard and USATF must decide whether one of them, or Michael Shue – who finished seventh but has achieved the entry standard – will represent Team USA next month.
And that’s about it. Hope you have enjoyed testing with some of the big names in the stuff building in the stadium that will host the world. Your diary dates are 15-24 July 2022.
23:05 Daniel Roberts wins 110m hurdles after Holloway no-show
Saying that he would run in the finals, Grant Holloway Decided that three races in a span of more than 24 hours was a bit too much and opted not to participate.
It appears that there is a direct confrontation between the world leader Devon Allen And Trey CunninghamBut Daniel Roberts There were other ideas.
Roberts clocked a season-best 13.03 to take the win ahead of Cunningham (13.08). Allen scored 13.09, as did jamal brittaBut finished third by only three-thousandths of a second (13.087 to 13.090).
They will join Holloway in a much stronger American high handicap team for the next month.
In area, Donald Scott Won the men’s triple jump with a season-best 17.07m with a two-time Olympic and world silver medalist will clay (16.93m) in sec.
Chris Benard finished third with 16.83m, but will have to wait and see if he makes the team based on the world ranking Eugene failed to achieve the entry standard.
Christian Taylor Was fifth with 16.54m, but is guaranteed a place in the field as the current world champion.
22:50 Abby Steiner, remember the name
She went even faster in the finals. After equalizing the 2022 world lead time in the semi-finals, Abby Steiner Finished strongly to reach the 200m final with a personal best of 21.77.
The 22-year-old University of Kentucky has declared himself as a real gold contender with an outstanding performance this week.
tamara clark Steiner and took a good second in a lifetime best of 21.92. Jena Prandini Was third in a season best 22.01.
Olympic bronze medalist Gabby Thomas Have just made it to the finals and will not go to the Worlds after going down from home in eighth place.
22:40 Noah Lyles beats Arianne Knighton in thrilling men’s 200m final
The event certainly lived up to Billing.
erion knight lane four exploded and made a spectacular turn, but Noah Lyles was far from disturbed. He stayed comfortably and fairly charged home in the last 50 meters to take the win by just two-hundredths of a second in 19.67.
The reigning world champion was so confident of bridging the gap that he even had time to look and point at his opponent before the line.
It doesn’t look like Knighton was impressed much afterward, so it could be a somewhat heated rivalry.
Fred Carey was third in 19.83, meaning he would double after his 100m win with the Olympic silver medalist Kenny Bednarecki Taking fourth to make the team.
brother of lyles Josephus Despite a personal best of 19.93, he missed out on fifth place as five men broke the 20-second barrier.
22:30 Athing Moo won the women’s 800m. I kicked out Aji Wilson
He was close… Olympic Champion something mu was pushed all the way by the world indoor champion aji wilson Women’s 800 meters final.
Wilson really appeared to be taking the lead with 20 meters to go, but the 20-year-old rallied to put his head in front.
Only seven-hundredths separated the pair at the end and Mu won in 1:57.16.
ravin rogers After a silver medal at the Doha 2019 World Championships and a bronze medal at Tokyo 2020, Mu produced his customary late jump to finish third in 1:57.96 and book his spot in the team.
22:20 Rai Benjamin takes world lead in 400m hurdles
with Carsten Warholm An injury suspected for the world, Brazil Alison Dos Santos Staking its claim for gold this season.
But the Olympic silver medalist Rai Benjamin | set a marker for the next month, taking the win at Hayward Field to take a world lead of 47.04.
Trevor Bassito Was second in personal best with 47.47 Khalifa Rosser Lifetime’s Best (47.65) is also in the running to take the all-important third place.
just before that, Bryce Hopepel Won with 1:44.60 in men’s 800 meters Jonah Koch producing a personal best of 1:44.74 to take second and achieve the world championship entry standard.
Brandon Miller just stopped Clayton Murphy Hopel, third to join coach and current world champion donavan brazier in the US team.
Brazier won his heat here in Eugene but chose not to progress to the semi-finals.
21:20 Grant Holloway fastest in 110m hurdles semifinal
current world champion Grant Holloway In the first semi-final, he made it to the final with a time of 13.03.
While his place at Hayward Field in July is already assured, the Olympic silver medalist is eager to test himself against his future teammates.
Devon AllenThe man who beat Holloway earlier this month to become the third-fastest sprinter in history was second in the second heat behind Trey. cunningham,
The big three finalists are with Danielle Roberts, who was second behind Holloway in Heat One, expected to challenge for fourth place for Team USA.
12:05 AB Steiner ousts Shakari Richardson as powers for world lead time in 200m
A new star is about to be born.
Abby Steiner Two weeks earlier, he had set the world lead time for the 200 meters at the NCAA Championships. And the University of Kentucky runner equaled that personal best in the semifinals with 21.80.
Cambria Sturgis was second with Jena Prandini third.
Second heat sees drama with Olympic bronze medalist Gabby Thomas with only the fourth Sha’kari Richardson in the fifth. Thomas made it through as one of the two fastest losers, but Richardson is out to complete a disappointing week for the star. She won’t be back here next month.
tamara clark Won the heat since 22.05 brittany brownBut Steiner is the woman who has to catch them all.
11:55 Noah Lyles predicts something special will happen in the 200m final
Noah Lyles ready for his 200m struggle with erion knight Later today after cruises through Semi.
The defending world champion won the first heat in 19.81 with the 100m winner from lane seven Fred Carey Second in 20.09. Christian Coleman did not line up.
In the second semi-final, Knighton won in 19.97 ahead of Lyles’ brother. Josephus (20.04).
Olympic Silver Medalist Kenny Bednarecki Was only fourth but passed as the fastest loser.
But the conflict between Lyles and Knighton, which breaks up of Usain Bolt This year the U20 world record remains. And the world champion believes that he can move much faster than the performance shown so far in Eugene.
11:45 Emma Coburn retains steeplechase title
Emma Coburn Remains the cream of the crop when it comes to the women’s 3000m steeplechase in the United States.
The 2017 world champion crossed the line in 9:10.63 to claim his 10th national steeplechase title.
second gone Courtney Venant who clocked a personal best of 9:12.10 Courtney Freirichwho had finished third in London five years ago, overtaking Coburn.
We are in the early stages of four field finals in Eugene. Double Olympic and four-time world champion Christian Taylor Competing in the men’s triple jump, but has failed to reach close to 17 meters since tearing his Achilles ahead of last year’s Tokyo Olympic Games.
As the defending champions, they are guaranteed a spot at next month’s Worlds, but are unlikely to challenge for a medal based on recent performances.
11:25 Welcome to the final day of the US World Championship Trials
It’s Sunday at Hayward Field and it’s the last day of 2022 USA Track and Field Outdoor Championships. with Athletes bidding to create a world championship in the same stadium in just under four weeks.
Olympic champion Sydney McLaughlin stole the show on Saturday with First world record meetingReceived his own mark in the 400m hurdles.
There could be more fireworks today with nine finalists on the track and four in the field with the top three in each event, provided they have achieved the World Championship entry standard or have a high enough world ranking to qualify for the world championships. be.
The distance final was moved to earlier in the day, with temperatures exceeding 30 °C (86 Fahrenheit) in the afternoon.
Following the initial speed of a pedestrian, Alice Cranny outprinted Karissa Swiss To take the women’s 5000m in 15:49.15. Emily Infeld There was a close third with the trio, which secured the Eugene entry standard to the World Championship team.
The men’s event was a true galloping and Grant Fisher The home scorched on the final lap to take the win in a championship record 13:03.86.
Woody Kincaid was second with abdihamid noori Third and, like women, all three have an entry standard, so will be back here next month.
The scene is set for a thrilling finale meeting with the reigning world champion Noah Lyles And this year’s half-lap star erion knight Face to face in the men’s 200 metres. And don’t forget the Olympic silver medalist Kenny Bednarecki,
Sha’kari Richardson Despite Olympic bronze medalist, goal of redemption in women’s event Gabby Thomas And Abby Steiner — who appears to be following McLaughlin’s path from the University of Kentucky to stardom — has strong prospects.
And could there be a world record in the finals event for the second night’s race? Devon Allen ran the third fastest in history earlier this month and has a world champion Grant Holloway And Trey Cunningham for company.
Holloway doesn’t need to run as he is already guaranteed his spot in Eugene next month, but the Olympic silver medalist from Tokyo is eager to test himself against his future teammates.
Here’s everything you need to know about the US trial