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2018 USA Indoor Track and Field Championships

The 2018 USA Indoor Track and Field Championships was held at the Albuquerque Convention Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Organized by USA Track and Field (USATF), the three-day competition took place from February 16 to February 18 and served as the national championships in indoor track and field for the United States. All marks in the competition are considered at altitude. The meet serves for the selection of American representatives at the 2018 IAAF World Indoor Championships held in Birmingham March 1 to March 4.

2018 USA Indoor Track and Field Championships
Host cityAlbuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Date(s)February 16 - 18
Main stadiumAlbuquerque Convention Center
LevelSenior
TypeIndoor
Events30 (men: 15; women: 15)
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Contents

ScheduleEdit

H Heats ½ Semi-finals F Final
M = morning session, A = afternoon session

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MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 meters Christian Coleman 6.34 WR Ronnie Baker 6.40 Michael Rodgers 6.50
400 meters Michael Cherry 45.53 Aldrich Bailey 45.59 Vernon Norwood 45.60
800 meters Donavan Brazier 1:45.10 Drew Windle 1:46.29 Erik Sowinski 1:47.02
1500 meters Paul Chelimo 3:42.91 Ben Blankenship 3:43.09 Craig Engels 3:43.29
3000 meters Paul Chelimo 7:57.88 Shadrack Kipchirchir 7:58.42 Ryan Hill 7:58.69
60 m hurdles Jarret Eaton 7.43 Aries Merritt 7.46 Devon Allen 7.49
3000 m racewalk Nick Christie 12:09.96 Emmanuel Corvera 12:24.10 Alexander Bellavance 12:30.04
High Jump Erik Kynard 2.30 m (7 ft 6 12 in) Jeron Robinson 2.27 m (7 ft 5 14 in) Ricky Robertson 2.24 m (7 ft 4 in)
Pole Vault Scott Houston 5.83 m (19 ft 1 12 in) Sam Kendricks 5.78 m (18 ft 11 12 in) Mike Arnold 5.78 m (18 ft 11 12 in)
Long Jump Jarrion Lawson 8.38 m (27 ft 5 34 in) Marquis Dendy 8.22 m (26 ft 11 12 in) Michael Hartfield 8.18 m (26 ft 10 in)
Triple Jump Will Claye 17.28 m (56 ft 8 14 in) Chris Carter 17.20 m (56 ft 5 in) Omar Craddock 17.11 m (56 ft 1 12 in)
Shot Put Ryan Whiting 20.65 m (67 ft 8 34 in) Darrell Hill 20.02 m (65 ft 8 in) Jon Jones 19.93 m (65 ft 4 12 in)
Weight Throw Conor McCullough 23.84 m (78 ft 2 12 in) Alex Young 23.50 m (77 ft 1 in) Sean Donnelly 23.46 m (76 ft 11 12 in)
Heptathlon Jeremy Taiwo 5935 points Wolf Mahler 5923 points Devon Williams 5842 points
Masters (75+) 200 meters exhibition Robert Lida 29.95 Tom Bowden 30.42 Frank Strouse 31.71
Masters (60-70) pole vault exhibition William Nesbitt 3.81 m (12 ft 6 in) Brad McFarling 3.50 m (11 ft 5 34 in) Bob Crites 3.35 m (10 ft 11 34 in)

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 meters Javianne Oliver 7.02 Destiny Carter 7.19 Teahna Daniels 7.22
400 meters Courtney Okolo 51.16 Shakima Wimbley 51.17 Phyllis Francis 51.19
800 meters Ajee' Wilson 2:01.60 Raevyn Rogers 2:01.74 Kaela Edwards 2:02.77
1500 meters Shelby Houlihan 4:13.07 Colleen Quigley 4:13.21 Shannon Osika 4:13.60
3000 meters Shelby Houlihan 9:00.08 Katie Mackey 9:01.68 Emma Coburn 9:01.85
60 m hurdles Sharika Nelvis 7.70 AR Kendra Harrison 7.72 Christina Manning 7.73
3000 m racewalk Maria Michta-Coffey 13:00.53 Miranda Melville 13:33.19 Robyn Stevens 13:34.58
High Jump Vashti Cunningham 1.97 m (6 ft 5 12 in) Inika McPherson 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in) Nicole Greene 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)
Pole Vault Katie Nageotte 4.91 m (16 ft 1 14 in) Sandi Morris 4.86 m (15 ft 11 14 in) Jenn Suhr 4.81 m (15 ft 9 14 in)
Long Jump Brittney Reese 6.88 m (22 ft 6 34 in) Quanesha Burks 6.65 m (21 ft 9 34 in) Jessie Gaines 6.47 m (21 ft 2 12 in)
Triple Jump Tori Franklin 14.15 m (46 ft 5 in) Andrea Geubelle 13.78 m (45 ft 2 12 in) Viershanie Latham 13.34 m (43 ft 9 in)
Shot Put Daniella Bunch 18.10 m (59 ft 4 12 in) Erin Farmer 17.98 m (58 ft 11 34 in) Jeneva Stevens 17.77 m (58 ft 3 12 in)
Weight Throw DeAnna Price 24.51 m (80 ft 4 34 in) Jeneva Stevens 24.23 m (79 ft 5 34 in) Gwen Berry 23.93 m (78 ft 6 in)
Pentathlon Erica Bougard 4760 points Kendell Williams 4508 points Alex Gochenour 4405 points
Masters (65+) 200 meters exhibition Kathy Bergen 33.23 Marcella Hale Hall 33.75 Brenda Matthews 34.51

QualificationEdit

The 2018 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships serve as the qualification meet for United States representatives in international competitions, including the 2018 IAAF World Indoor Championships. In order to be entered, athletes need to achieve a qualifying standard mark and place in the top 2 in their event and top 12 in the world.[2] The United States team, as managed by USATF, can also bring a qualified back up athlete in case one of the team members is unable to perform.

Additionally, defending World Champions received byes into the World Championships. The athletes eligible for a bye are:

Defending World ChampionsEdit

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