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.
World-leading times and marks over the last few days. Several of the world-leading marks came at the Diamond League and 2021 NCAA Regionals.
Trevor Stewart ran a 43.70s split and North Carolina A&T clocked 2:59.21 in the 4x400m at the 2021 NCAA East Preliminary Round on Friday, May 28.
Trayvon Bromell ran a world-leading 9.88 secs at the 2021 North Florida Invitational to continue his comeback from injuries. Complete results available.
American Fred Kerley and Jamaica’s Natasha Morrison posted fast times to win the men’s and women’s 100 meters at the TruFit Athletics Sprint Classic meeting in Miami, FL, on Saturday, April 24.
Fred Kerley ran a personal best to win the men’s 100m in 10.03 secs at the Pure Athletics Spring Invitational. Kerley aims to run 42 seconds this year.
American Ronnie Baker made an impressive start to his Olympic season after posting a world-leading 9.94 seconds to win the men’s 100 meters invitational at the 2021 Texas Relays hosted at the Mike Myers Stadium in Austin, Texas, on Saturday.
Benjamin Azamati of West Texas A&M became the first sub-10 seconds runner this season after posting 9.97 seconds to win his heat at the 2021 Texas Relays
The following is the updated indoor world-leading men’s and women’s performance list, following some exciting competitions over the past weekend.
Shaunae Miller-Uibo posted a new personal best and world-leading time of 22.40 seconds to capture the women’s 200m title at the American Track League Meeting #2 at Randal Tyson Track Center in Fayetteville, AR. on Sunday.
Dina Asher-Smith promised to do something “quick” and she didn’t disappoint after the Great Britain sprinter posted a new personal best and world-leading time of 7.08 seconds to win the women’s 60 meters at Friday night’s Indoor Meeting Karlsruhe.
The following are the world-leading performances heading into this weekend’s track and field indoor meetings around the globe. A host of meetings are listed on the schedule from Friday, Jan. 29 to Sunday, Jan. 31