Tokyo 2020 100m winner Lamont Marcell Jacobs will take on Fred Kerley at the 2021 Prefontaine Classic – Diamond League meet on August 21.
Eugene, Oregon – How special will the women’s steeplechase be at the Prefontaine Classic?The world record holder will be matched with America’s two fastest in a race that always generates excitement – and fast times at the Pre Classic, which has produced the 10 fastest performances ever on U.S. soil. That’s just the icing for…
Athing Mu headlines a very strong women’s 800m field for the 2021 Prefontaine Classic, which is part of the 2021 Wanda Diamond League series.
American rising star Sha’Carri Richardson has been confirmed for 2021 Prefontaine Classic. The 21-year-old will be missing from the Tokyo Olympics.
Stanford, California – The world’s dominant woman 800-meter runner leads the top 5 from last year’s Diamond League final in the Prefontaine Classic.
The Eugene Diamond League – Prefontaine Classic will be broadcast live from Palo Alto, California on Sunday, June 30 via multiple outlets worldwide.
Stanford, California – Two-time Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and American teen Sha’Carri Richardson lead a fast women’s 100m field at the Prefontaine Classic.
USA sprinter Christian Coleman is targeting a fast 100m at the 2019 Prefontaine Classic when he takes on Justin Gatlin.
Eugene, Oregon – World champion Phyllis Francis will recognize every other runner in the Prefontaine Classic women’s 400 – she’s been on the podium with each of them. Bahamas Rio Olympic gold medalist Shaunae Miller-Uibo is also in the field.
Eugene, Oregon – The women who swept every medal at the Rio Olympics and last year’s World Championships top a dominant 800 meters for the Prefontaine Classic.
All three of the Olympic medalists from Rio are just the beginning of a deep women’s 400-meter hurdles race at the Prefontaine Classic. The 44th Pre Classic, a member of the IAAF Diamond League of elite international track & field meets, will be held May 25-26 at historic Hayward Field.
Eugene, Oregon – Jamaican Omar McLeod’s hopes for a third straight Prefontaine Classic victory this May will require him to beat the deepest field of 110 meter hurdlers ever assembled in meet history.