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U.S. Track & Field Trials Day 10: Live updates, results, highlights

U.S. Track & Field Trials Day 10: Live updates, results, highlights
Posted at 1:55 PM, Jun 27, 2021
and last updated 2021-06-28 04:13:45-04

The U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Track and Field take place June 18-27 in Eugene, Oregon. Sunday's competition, the final day, can be streamed live on NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports app, as well as seen live on TV from 7-8 p.m. ET on NBC.* Any coverage on NBCSN or Olympic Channel can be streamed on Peacock.**

*check your local TV listings
**due to a weather-related event postponement, remaining competition will be broadcast from 11:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. ET on NBCSN; it will not be simul-streamed to Peacock

Live meet results here: results.usatf.org

SEE MORE: U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials: How to watch

Men's 5000m - Final (1 p.m. ET)

1. Paul Chelimo, 13:26.82 - *Olympic qualifier*
2. Grant Fisher, 13:27.01 - *Olympic qualifier*
3. Woody Kincaid, 13:27.13 - *Olympic qualifier*

4. Cooper Teare, 13:28.08
5. Emmanuel Bor, 13:30.30
6. Morgan Beadlescomb, 13:30.90
7. Robert Brandt, 13:32.21
8. Conner Mantz, 13:32.69
9. Nico Young, 13:35.94
10. Eric Jenkins, 13:39.72
11. Hassan Mead, 13:47.85
12. Casey Clinger, 13:50.20
13. Ian Shanklin, 13:50.71
14. Garrett Heath, 13:55.33
15. Eduardo Herrera, 14:00.46
DNF Thomas Ratcliffe

SEE MORE: U.S. Trials: Paul Chelimo wins 5K, qualifies for 2nd Games

*Heptathlon - Day 2

Top 8:

1. Annie Kunz - 6703 - *Olympic qualifier*
2. Kendell Williams - 6683 - *Olympic qualifier*
3. Erica Bougard - 6667 - *Olympic qualifier*

4. Michelle Atherley - 6352
5. Ashtin Mahler - 6273
6. Chari Hawkins - 6236
7. Maddie Holmberg Nickal - 5895
8. Juanita Webster-Freeman - 5887

*includes events rescheduled due to weather-related postponement

Top 10 leaders through Day 1…

1. Annie Kunz, 4042
2. Taliyah Brooks, 3946
3. Kendall Williams, 3924
4. Erica Bougard, 3912
5. Chari Hawkins, 3856
6. Michelle Atherley, 3776
7. Hope Bender, 3672
8. Ashtin Mahler, 3669
9. Erin Marsh, 3637
10. Juanita Webster-Freeman, 3540

Long Jump (4 p.m. ET)

Top 5:

1. Kendell Williams, 6.73m | 1082
2. Annie Kunz, 6.50m | 1007
3. Erica Bougard, 6.50m | 1007
4. Taliyah Brooks, 6.36m | 962
5. Maddie Holmberg Nickal, 6.28m | 937

Javelin (5:15 p.m. ET)

**Top 5:

1. Ashtin Mahler, 51.30m | 885
2. Kendell Williams, 47.41m | 810
3. Erica Bougard, 46.75m | 797
4. Juanita Webster-Freeman, 45.14m | 766
5. Annie Kunz, 45.06m | 765

**not complete; Taliyah Brooks did not record an attempt prior to event postponement; USATF said her request to re-enter competition was granted and she'll have three throws at about 11:15 p.m. ET

View social media post: https://twitter.com/usatf/status/1409313534719238148

…then in an update said Brooks withdrew from competition.

View social media post: https://twitter.com/usatf/status/1409352267128479754

800m (*12:02 a.m. ET)

↓ START LISTS ↓

Heat 1

1. Asya Reynolds
2. Maddie Holmberg Nickal
3. Erinn Beattie
4. Jadin O'Brien
5. Hope Bender
6. Lindsay Flach
7. Anna Hall
8. Taliyah Brooks
9. Riley Cooks

Heat 2

1. Chari Hawkins
2. Erica Bougard
3. Juanita Webster-Freeman
4. Annie Kunz
5. Jordan Gray
6. Ashtin Mahler
7. Erin Marsh
8. Kendall Williams
9. Michelle Atherley

Men's High Jump - Final (4:15 p.m. ET)

1. JuVaughn Harrison, 2.33m - *Olympic qualifier*
2. Darryl Sullivan, 2.33m - *Olympic qualifier*
3. Shelby McEwen, 2.30m - *Olympic qualifier*

4. Erik Kynard, 2.27m
5. Trey Culver, 2.21m
6. Zack Anderson, 2.21m
7. Jordan Wesner, 2.16m
7. Keenon Laine, 2.16m
9. Mayson Conner, 2.16m
9. Tyler Arroyo, 2.16m
9. Jason Smith, 2.16m
Earnest Sears, NH

Men's Long Jump - Final (*11:30 p.m. ET)

*rescheduled due to weather-related event postponement

1. JuVaughn Harrison - 8.47 - *Olympic qualifier*
2. Marquis Dendy - 8.38 - *Olympic qualifier*
3. Steffin McCarter - 8.26 - *Olympic qualifier*

4. Damarcus Simpson - 8.19
5. Isaac Grimes - 8.09
6. Jeff Henderson - 8.08
7. Cameron Crump - 7.91
8. Corey Crawford - 7.90
9. Allen Gordon - 7.86
10. Rayvon Allen - 7.71
11. Trumaine Jefferson - 7.66

Women's 400m Hurdles - Final (*12:20 a.m. ET)

*rescheduled due to weather-related event postponement

1. Sydney McLaughlin - 51.90 - *Olympic qualifier*
2. Dalilah Muhammad - 52.42 - *Olympic qualifier*
3. Anna Cockrell - 53.70 - *Olympic qualifier*

4. Shamier Little - 53.85
5. Nnenya Hailey - 54.79
6. Cassandra Tate - 56.51
7. Deonca Bookman - 56.90
8. Ashley Spencer - 1:00.19

SEE MORE: U.S. Trials: McLaughlin breaks Muhammad's 400mH world record

SEE MORE: McLaughlin goes sub-52, breaks Muhammad's 400mH world record

Women's 800m - Final (*12:30 a.m. ET)

*rescheduled due to weather-related event postponement

1. Athing Mu - 1:56.07 - *Olympic qualifier*
2. Raevyn Rogers - 1:57.66 - *Olympic qualifier*
3. Ajee’ Wilson - 1:58.39 - *Olympic qualifier*

4. Michaela Meyer - 1:58.55
5. Chanelle Price - 1:58.73
6. Allie Wilson - 1:59.02
7. Kate Grace - 1:59.17
8. Hanna Green - 1:59.55
9. Nia Akins - 2:12.87

SEE MORE: U.S. Trials: Athing Mu demolishes 800m field in meet record

Men's 1500m - Final (12:40 a.m. ET)

*rescheduled due to weather-related event postponement

1. Cole Hocker - 3:35.28
2. Matthew Centrowitz - 3:35.34 - *Olympic qualifier*
3. Yared Nuguse -  3:36.19 - *Olympic qualifier*

4. Craig Engels - 3:36.69
5. Henry Wynne - 3:37.70
6. Josh Thompson - 3:37.73
7. Eric Avila - 3:38.20
8. Colby Alexander - 3:38.29
9. Sam Prakel - 3:38.67
10. Vincent Ciattei - 3:39.02
11. Waleed Suliman - 3:40.08
12. David Ribich - 3:44.43

SEE MORE: U.S. Trials: Cole Hocker out-kicks Centrowitz in 1500m final

Men's 200m - Final (12:52 a.m. ET)

*rescheduled due to weather-related event postponement

1. Noah Lyles - 19.74 - *Olympic qualifier*
2. Kenny Bednarek - 19.78 - *Olympic qualifier*
3. Erriyon Knighton - 19.84 - *Olympic qualifier*

4. Fred Kerley - 19.90
5. Isiah Young - 20.03
6. Terrance Laird - 20.15
7. Kyree King - 20.30
8. Andrew Hudson - 20.37

SEE MORE: U.S. Trials: Noah Lyles wins 200m, makes 1st Olympic team

SEE MORE: Lyles wins Trials 200m, makes 1st Games; Knighton, 17, joins

Day 10 Preview

Editor's note: USATF shortly after 6 p.m. ET Sunday announced Day 10 competition had been postponed until 11:30 p.m. ET later that night, with NBCSN to air remaining track events upon its return.

View social media post: https://twitter.com/usatf/status/1409281132131094532

After failing to qualify in the 100m last week, the weaker of his two sprints, Noah Lyles' Tokyo Olympic chances rest heavily upon and almost certainly come down to the result of Sunday's 200m final.

The event's reigning world champion enters with the fastest personal-best among the field – his 19.50 from July 2019 has him No. 4 on the all-time list. Kenny Bednarek's 19.80 comes next, tied for 25th.

But he also comes in with only the fourth-fastest time (19.90) run by an American this year, behind Bednarek and 17-year-old Erriyon Knighton, who have both clocked 19.88, and NCAA 100m champion Terrance Laird's 19.81.

What's more, the 23-year-old Virginia native's seventh-place finish in last Sunday's 100m final didn't officially grant him a spot in the relay pool, further necessitating a top-three finish in the 200m showdown.

Knighton was the top qualifier of the prelims (20.04) and semifinals (19.88), beating Lyles in both of his rounds' sections and taking down Usain Bolt's under-20 world record in the latter.

SEE MORE: U.S. Trials: Knighton again beats Lyles, winning 200m semi

Dalilah Muhammad and Sydney McLaughlin will compete in the 400m hurdles final with all spectating on world-record watch – and the duo have only each other to beat, already the two best in history.

Barring catastrophe both should comfortably make their second U.S. Olympic teams. But neither enjoy losing, and it's that unknown that will bring fireworks to Hayward Field on Sunday night.

Muhammad, 31, is the reigning Olympic and world champion as well as current world record-holder. She's dealt with injury in 2021, competing in the 400m hurdles just two times this year before Trials, winning both races.

The Queens, New York, native twice broke the world record in 2019, first when capturing her fourth national title in 52.20 and then in the final at the world championships in 52.16. They're still the two fastest times ever recorded.

She enters the final as the No. 3 American this season with a 53.86, clocked Saturday at Trials during the semifinal round. Ahead of her are McLaughlin's 52.83 from earlier this month and Shamier Litte's 53.12 from May.

McLaughlin, who's from New Jersey, was runner-up at the 2019 World Championships behind Muhammad. She ran 52.23 in that race to become the second-fastest woman in the event's history.

The 21-year-old, who finished 16th in Rio a week after turning 17, has been impressive in the early rounds at Trials, finishing as the top qualifier in both the prelims (54.07) and semifinals (53.03).

Muhammad’s 2016 Olympic title was Team USA's first gold in the women's 400m hurdles. She and McLaughlin also won 2019 world titles in the 4x400m relay and will likely be in the pool for the Tokyo team.

SEE MORE: Dalilah vs. Sydney: Looking back at historic 2019 Worlds

High heat will continue to be a factor, with temperatures expected to be well over 100 degrees Fahrenheit during afternoon and evening competition.

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