USA Track & Field National News

INDIANAPOLIS -- The U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Track & Field will return to the Los Angeles area in 2020, with Mt. San Antonio College (Mt. SAC) in Walnut, California, hosting the 10-day event, USATF announced Wednesday.
INDIANAPOLIS-- Following his dominant performance that saw a meet and stadium record at the USATF Outdoor Championships in Sacramento, California in the men’s shot put, 2016 Olympic Champion, Ryan Crouser (Boring, Oregon) is this week’s USATF Athlete of the Week.
LISLE, Illinois -- Fast preliminary heats and inclement weather highlighted Wednesday’s events at USATF National Youth Outdoor Championships at Benedictine University.
SACRAMENTO, California -- The highlight of the 2017 USATF Outdoor Championships came Sunday afternoon when 2016 Olympic champion Dalilah Muhammad ran 52.64 in the 400m hurdles, leading six women under 54 seconds. While she only finished in sixth position, University of Kentucky commit Sydney McLaughlin smashed her own U20 World Record running 53.82. Team USATF will send Shamier Little and Kori Carter, along with Cassandra Tate, who won the Diamond League trophy last year, to the IAAF World Championships in London.
LISLE, Illinois -- The second day of USATF National Youth Outdoor Championships continued with multi events, race walk and the first set of relays at Benedictine University.
LISLE, Illinois -- Talented young athletes, aged 7-18, are taking center stage at Benedictine University for USATF National Youth Outdoor Championships, June 26-30, in Lisle, Illinois. The five-day meet began with day 1 of multi events and finals in the 2000m steeplechase, hammer throw and race walk.
Day Four Quotes - USATF Outdoor Championships
SACRAMENTO, California -- The greatest women’s 400m hurdles race in track & field history and the greatest men’s shot put competition in USATF Outdoor Championships history took centerstage Sunday at Hornet Stadium, as competition concluded in Sacramento.
A letter from the President – June 24, 2017
SACRAMENTO, California -- The third day of the USATF Outdoor Championships did not disappoint, as two world-leading performances by Olympian Sam Kendricks and World Indoor bronze medalist Quanera Hayes, and a stunning upset from Olympian Robby Andrews highlighted the action at Hornet Stadium Saturday.
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