US Olympic Athletics Testing Outcomes: US crew monitoring for each women and men occasion in 2021

Allyson Felix has a chance to be the gold standard again.

Felix has the chance to build on her case as one of the United States’ greatest Olympians of all time: 35-year-old Felix is ​​a nine-time Olympic medalist, with six gold medals and two silver medals in her Olympic career. goes back to 2004.

Not all was gold for Felix in Rio in 2016; In the 400-meter run, Felix was satisfied with a silver medal, her third overall silver and the only silver of three medals won in Brazil. At the Olympic trials from June 18-27, Felix will have the opportunity to set up her fifth Olympic squad and continue to set standards for all Olympic athletes.

The women’s athlete is just one of many track and field stars trying to break into Team USA in Eugene, Oregon, with men and women occupying the field (and track) to make it to the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.

Sporting News tracks all US Olympic athletics qualifications throughout the week.

MORE: Full TV schedule for the US Olympic Athletics Tests

How to qualify for the 2021 Olympic Games in Athletics

In general, the top three finishers at any event form the Olympic squad as long as they meet the event’s qualification standard as set by an outside organization, World Athletics. World Athletics regulates athletics.

In the event that a top three finisher cannot meet the standard, their place will be given to the top-ranked finisher who has achieved this.

In relay competitions, the coaches choose from a pool of six athletes to complete the team.

Olympic Athletics Results 2021


event Olympic qualification
Discus throw Valarie Allman (229-5), Micaela Hazelwood (205-2), Rachel Dincoff (197-6)
100 meters Sha’Carri Richardson (10.86), Javianne Oliver (10.99), Teahna Daniels (11.03)
high jump Vashti Cunningham (6-5), Inika McPherson (6-4), Nicole Greene (6-4)
Triple jump Keturah Orji (47-7 3/4), Tori Franklin (47-1 1/2), Jasmin Moore (46-5 1/4)
400 meters Quanera Hayes (49.78), Allyson Felix (50.02), Wadeline Jonathas (50.03)
100 meter hurdles Keni Harrison (12.47), Brianna McNeal (12.51), Christina Clemons (12.53)
1,500 meters Elle Purrier St. Pierre (3: 58.03), Cory McGee (4: 00.67), Heather MacLean (4: 02.09)
5,000 meters Elise Cranny (15: 27.81), Karissa Schwizer (15: 28.11), Rachel Schneider (15: 29.56)
Shot put
3,000 meter obstacle race
20 kilometers running route
Hammer throw
Javelin throw
Pole vault
Long jump
10,000 meters
200 metres
400 meter hurdles
800 meters


event Olympic qualification
Shot put Ryan Crouser (76-8 1/4), Joe Kovacs (73-3 1/2), Payton Otterdahl (71-11)
10,000 meters Woody Kincaid (27: 53.62), Grant Fisher (27: 54.29), Joe Klecker (27: 54.90)
Hammer throw Rudy Winkler (271-4), Daniel Haugh (260-5), Alex Young (256-11)
Decathlon Garrett Scantling (8,647), Steven Bastien (8,485), Zach Ziemek (8,471)
400 meters Michael Norman (44.07), Michael Cherry (44.35), Randolph Ross (44.74)
100 meters Trayvon Bromell (9.80), Ronnie Baker (9.85), Fred Kerley (9.86)
Pole vault Chris Nilsen (19-4 1/4), Sam Kendricks (19-2 1/4), KC Lightfoot (19-2 1/4)
Javelin throw Curtis Thompson (82.78), Michael Shuey (79.24), Riley Dolezal (77.07)
Triple jump Will Caye (56-5 3/4), Donald Scott (56-4 1/2), Chris Benard (55-9 3/4)
800 meters Clayton Murphy (1: 43.17), Isaiah Jewett (1: 43.85), Bryce Hoppel (1: 44.14)
Discus throw
3,000 meter obstacle race
20 kilometers running route
400 meter hurdles
110 meter hurdles
high jump
Long jump
5,000 meters
1,500 meters
200 metres

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