U.S. Track and Field Olympic Trials 2021: Top facts

U.S. Track and Field Olympic Trials 2021: Top facts

It is where all Americans must finish in the top three of their respective event to secure their place at the Olympics.

The 2021 trials start on 18 June and run until 27 June.

Here are the top facts for the U.S. Track and Field Olympic Trials 2021.

US Track and Field Olympic Trials 2021: Athletes to watch

She is eligible for 2021 qualification in the 200m and 400m.

In the absence of the legendary Usain Bolt in the 100m, Trayvon Bromell is looking to be one of the favourites to be crowned the fastest human on the planet at the Olympics. Bromell ran a world-leading 9.77s heading into the trials.

Sha’Carri Richardson is threatening to be one of the biggest stars of the entire Olympic Games. Despite her entertaining interviews, brilliant 100m performances, and comparisons to Usain Bolt – she still has to qualify.

US Track and Field Olympic Trials 2021: More Athletes to watch

The men’s pole vault is set to be on the most fascinating events of the whole Olympics and Sam Kendricks is expected to seal his qualification place at the trials.

US Track and Field Olympic Trials 2021: Format

In the case of withdrawals, or failure to comply with the qualification procedure, the next best athlete will qualify in their place.

This makes for box office entertainment for watching fans. Athletes have to perform to their best in these competitions. Past glories are put to one side as the competitors line up for their events.

US Track and Field Olympic Trials 2021: Venue

The iconic trials are also back in their newly renovated iconic home: Hayward Field.

US Track and Field Olympic Trials 2021: Schedule

Here’s a detailed look at the day-to-day schedule.

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