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Winners at the 2021 USA Olympic track and field trials

List of winners at the 2021 USA Olympic track and field trials which included a world record and few national records and world-leading performances.

EUGENE, Ore. — As the 2021 USA Olympic track and field trials take a brief two-day break, here is a list of all the winners so far. A total of 18 individual winners have had their say already in the hunt for tickets to the trip for the Tokyo Games after the first four days at the championships. For a complete list of the top three finishers, click here.

Eight women and 10 men champions were crowned, including the winners of the men’s and women’s 100m and 400m, as well as the men’s 800m. We also witness a world record in the men’s Shot Put where Ryan Crouser registered a mark of 23.37m to break a long-standing record by Randy Barnes and also set a national record.

The men’s Hammer Throw competition also produced a national record performance as the in-form Rudy Winkler threw 82.71m to break Lance Deal’s 1996 previous American record of 82.52m. He also took down Jud Logan’s meet record of 80.12m, set in 1992.

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Other winners at the 2021 USA Olympic track and field trials after four days were Sha’Carri Richardson who ran 10.86 seconds to take the women’s 100m title, Trayvon Bromell secured the men’s crown with 9.80s, while Quanera Hayes captured the women’s 400m in 49.78, and Michael Norman finished atop of the men’s race with 44.07.

The shock at the trials thus far came in the men’s 800m where world champion and American record holder Donavan Brazier failed to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics after he finished last in the final. Clayton Murphy won the event with a world-leading time of 1:43.17, while Elle Purrier St. Pierre dominated the women’s 1500m on her way to set a meet record and personal best time of 3:58.03.

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List of winners at the 2021 USA Olympic trials


Sha’Carri Richardson 10.86 Women’s 100m Final
Quanera Hayes 49.78 SB Women’s 400m Final
Elle Purrier St. Pierre 3:58.03 MR PB – Women’s 1500m Final
Elise Cranny 15:27.81 SB Women’s 5000m Final
Keni Harrison 12.47 SB Women’s 100m Hurdles Final
Vashti Cunningham 1.96m Women’s High Jump Final
Keturah Orji Atlanta 14.52 MR Women’s Triple Jump Final
Valarie Allman 69.92m Women’s Discus Throw Final

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Trayvon Bromell 9.80 Men’s 100m Final
Michael Norman 44.07 SB Men’s 400m Final
Clayton Murphy 1:43.17 WL Men’s 800m Final
Woody Kincaid 27:53.62 Men’s 10,000m Final
Chris Nilsen 5.90 Men’s Pole Vault Final
Will Claye 17.21 SB Men’s Triple Jump Final
Ryan Crouser 23.37m WR NR Men’s Shot Put Final
Rudy Winkler 82.71m NR MR Men’s Hammer Throw Final
Curtis Thompson 82.78 SB Men’s Javelin Throw Final
Garrett Scantling 8647 PB Men’s Decathlon Overall

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Simone Goss has been with World-Track since 2003 and has done outstanding work at the back end to help out with traveling and other meeting related activities. Goss has also done work for SportingEagles, Blaze News and other media outlets.

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