DES MOINES, Iowa (Sporting Alert) – The USA Track and Field Championships concludes on Sunday with a host of finals at Drake Stadium.
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2013 USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships
All times Eastern
June 23rd – 8am to 6pm (Only field events from 3-6pm)
TV Channels Schedule
June 23 2-3 p.m. on Universal Sports, LIVE 3-4 p.m.; NBC Sports Network, LIVE 4-6 p.m. on NBC
Among the titles up for grab when the action gets underway Sunday are the men’s and women’s 200m, the men’s 110m hurdles, the women’s discus, the women’s and men’s 800m and 5,000m.
The first event on the day is the women’s pole vault competition at 1:30pm, with Jennifer Suhr and Mary Saxer included in the list of starters.
The first race on the track will be the semi-finals of the men’s and women’s 200m.
National 100m champion Tyson Gay and Wallace Spearmon will race together in the second semi-finals of the men’s 200m, with Isiah Young, Maurice Mitchell and Ameer Webb entered for the first semis.
On the women’s side, Olympic champion Allyson Felix is set to be tested in the first heat by Dee Dee Trotter and Jeneba Tarmoh, while NCAA champion Kimberlyn Duncan is expected to have things her way in the second heat.
Mary Cain, after making the women’s 1,500m team for the World Championships in Moscow with a second place finish earlier at the trials, will more than likely scratch herself from the 5,000m, but it is still uncertain over whether Jordan Hasay, the 10,000m runner up will race.
According to reports, Hasay could also skip the 5,000m and just concentrate on racing in the 10K to recover a little more from the tough college season.
Galen Rupp, the 10,000m champion from Thursday, Bernard Lagat and Chris Derrick are the top starters in the men’s 5,000m.
Dathan Ritzenhein, Lopez Lomong, Evan Jager and Ben True have also entered and will look to win one of the places to Moscow.
Alysia Montano has looked comfortable in the early rounds of the women’s 800m and start favourite to land another national crown, while Nick Symmonds, Duane Solomon and Brandon Johnson are the top men racers.
USA Trials Day Five on Sunday, June 23rd – Schedule
7:00am 20,000m race walk men final
1:30pm pole vault women final
1:45pm high jump men final
2:00pm javelin men final
2:05pm 200m men semi’s
2:10pm shot put men final
2:20pm discus throw women final
2:22pm 200m women semi’s
2:30pm long jump men final
2:40pm 110m hurdles men semi’s
3:04pm 800m women final
3:13pm 800m men final
3:22pm 5000m women final
3:44pm 400m hurdles women final
3:55pm 3000m St men final
4:10pm 200m men final
4:20pm 200m women final
4:30pm 5000m men final
4:52pm 110m hurdles men final