US Track and Field Olympic Trials 2021, results

US Track and Field Olympic Trials 2021, results

All the finals results from the track and field at Hayward Field, Eugene, Oregon.

Full results including qualifying rounds and heats available here.

Lyles storms to book his place at the Games; Bednarek and Knighton complete the top three

Hocker edges Centrowitz to stamp his ticket to Tokyo with Nuguse joining the party

Mu, 19, sets records tumbling on her way to securing Olympic bow; Rogers and Wilson place second and third

McLaughlin breaks WR set by Muhammad in 2019, who finishes second; Cockrell also books her ticket to Tokyo

Harrison becomes first US athlete since Jim Thorpe in 1912 to qualify for both long and high jumps at the same Olympics; Dendy and McCarter make the cut

Harrison books his spot at the Games, Sullivan secures PB and McEwen makes the team

Chelimo, Fisher and Kincaid punch their tickets to Tokyo

Holloways storms towards Tokyo 2020 after narrowly missing WR in semi-final; Allen and Roberts book their places

Thomas clinches Tokyo place by breaking meet record; Prandini and Battle secure top three places. Felix finishes fifth and will compete in her fifth Games in the 400m

Benjamin narrowly misses world record by 0.05 but sets meet record to punch his Tokyo 2020 ticket with Selmon and Kedziera

Reese clinches ticket to her fourth Games, Davis and Burks book their spots

Nageotte leaps into the record books and will make her Olympic bow in Tokyo; LeLeux and Morris join the team

Maggie Malone sets meet record to secure a second Olympic Games. Winger makes the cut, Allgood-Whetstone misses out

Price beats her own record twice on her way to securing national record and Tokyo place; Anderson and Berry confirm their tickets

Sisson sets meet record, Schweizer qualifies for 5k and 10k races at Tokyo and Monson makes the top three

Stevens set to make her Olympic bow at 38 after coming out of retirement in 2016

Christie likely to secure Olympic ticket; Nehnevaj and Corvera complete the top three

Hillary Bor, 2019 U.S. champion, punches Tokyo ticket with Benard Keter and Mason Ferlic

Finley seals top spot to qualify for Tokyo alongside Jagers and Mattis.

Coburn clinches top spot for Tokyo along with Frerichs and Constien but Wayment misses out

Ramsey secures Olympic ticket along with Saunders and Aquilla; Ewen fails to qualify by .03

Cranny, Schweizer and Schneider to make their Olympic debut in 2021; Cooper misses cut

Murphy strides into Tokyo alongside Jewett and Hoppel. Current world champion Brazier fails to qualify

Purrier St. Pierre clinches Olympic debut with MR; McGee and MacLean will join her in Tokyo; Osika misses out by .09 seconds

Triple Olympic medallist Claye secures Tokyo place; Scott and Benard punch their tickets

Thompson clinches top spot and Tokyo ticket; Shuey and Dolezal complete the top three

Nilsen overcomes 2016 Rio medallist Kendricks with Lightfoot third; all three make the team

Brommell surges to win 100m; Baker and Kerley to join him in Tokyo. Lyles fails to make sprint double

Harrison storms into Tokyo team five years after missing out on Rio 2016 spot

Norman set to make Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020; Cherry and Ross also qualify

Allyson Felix heading to fifth Olympic Games after finishing second

Orji clinches top spot and chance to better fourth-placed finish at Rio 2016; Franklin and Moore secure remaining Tokyo places

Cunningham leaps into Team USA with Tokyo 2020 set to be her second Games

Winkler breaks 25-year-old national record to book Tokyo spot in style

Sha’Carri Richardson secures ticket to Tokyo 2020; Javianne Oliver and Teahna Daniels make the team

American record holder Allman to make Olympic bow in Tokyo

Kincaid storms ahead of Fisher in final stretch to claim Men’s 10,000m and Tokyo 2020 spot; marathon trials winner Rupp finishes sixth

Ryan Crouser set to defend Rio 2016 gold after punching Tokyo 2020 ticket with WR

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