How to watch 2022 USATF Outdoor Combined Events Championships?

You can watch the 2022 USATF Outdoor Combined Events Championships live on USATF.TV from May 6-7. The entry lists and the live results links are also available.

The following are the entry list and how to watch the 2022 USATF Outdoor Combined Events Championships on Friday and Saturday, May 6-7. Follow Live Results Here

You can watch the live streaming coverage from Fayetteville, Ark., on USATF.TV, but you will need to be a USATF.TV +PLUS subscribers to enjoy all the action. Watch Live Here || All the on demand content will be available here.

Along with the live broadcast, fans can also watch on-demand videos with their USATF.TV +PLUS subscription so if you don’t already have one please go here to subscribe and enjoy the action if you are unable to be their in person.

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Among the leading entrants in the women’s Heptathlon are Kendell Williams, Anna Hall, Erica Bougard, Michelle Atherley, and Taliyah Brooks.

Meanwhile, among the leading entries in the men’s Decathlon are Olympians Garrett Scantling, Zach Ziemek, Kyle Garland, Steven Bastien, and Harrison Williams.

A total of 12 athletes have so far been declared to compete in the women’s Heptathlon, which required a total of 6,000 points to meet the qualifying standard.

Pentathlon World Indoor Championships 2022 bronze medalist Kendell Williams and Olympian Bougard will take on a very strong field in the hunt for spots at the 2022 World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Ore., later this summer.

The field also includes the talented Brooks, the 2018 Pentathlon NCAA Indoor champion who will be seeking a spot on Team USA for the World Championships after she was unfortunately forced to pull out of the event at last year’s 2021 U.S. Olympic Trials in Eugene.

Another exciting entry on the women’s side is the University of Florida star Anna Hall, who enters the competition with a life time best of 6,412 points, which she set earlier this year.

In the meantime, on the men’s side, 16 athletes have already been declared to take part in the Decathlon.

Scantling, the 2021 Tokyo Olympics 4th place finisher, leads the list of accepted entrants with a 8,647 points total, set at the U.S. Olympic Trials last year.

Elsewhere, Bastien, who tallied a personal best of 8,485 points to finish second behind Scantling at the trials last year, will also be hoping to land a place on the world athletics championships team.

He finished 10th in the men’s decathlon in Tokyo and was a sixth-place finisher in the men’s heptathlon at the World Indoor Championships 2022 in March, setting a new personal best with 6074 points in the process.

Two-time Olympian, Ziemek, is also among the entrants on the men’s side and he will be looking to secure another world championships spot after his 2017 breakthrough.

2022 USATF Outdoor Combined Events Championships Entry Lists

Men Decathlon
Garrett Scantling / NIKE 8,647
Steven Bastien 8,485
Zachery Ziemek 8,471
Harrison Williams 8,439
Kyle Garland / University of Georgia 8,196
Joseph Delgado 8,161
Jack Flood 8,038
Hunter Price / FK Elite Track Club 8,035
Devon Williams / New York Athletic Club (NYAC) 7,909
Samuel Black 7,899
Dylan Cooper 7,803
Kyle Martin / Jacksonville Athletic Club 7,475
Jackson Walker 7,437
Josh Cogdill 7,423
William Eggers 7,220
Mat Clark 7,201

Women Heptathlon
Kendell Williams / NIKE 6,683
Erica Bougard / NIKE / New York Athletic Club (NYAC) 6,667
Anna Hall / University of Florida 6,412
Michelle Atherley 6,352
Ashtin Mahler / Tracksmith 6,273
Taliyah Brooks / ASICS 6,252
Chari Hawkins 6,236
Hope Bender 5,867
Alissa Brooks-Johnson 5,800
Melanie Winters 5,653
Cheyenne Williamson / Saginaw Valley State University 5,595
Sarah Glidden 5,423

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