2018 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships

The 2018 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships were held at Drake Stadium on the campus of Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. Organized by USA Track & Field, the four-day competition took place June 21–24 and serves as the national championships in track and field for the United States.[1]

2018 USA Track & Field Outdoor Championships
Host cityDes Moines, Iowa, United States
Date(s)June 21–24
Main stadiumDrake Stadium, Drake University
LevelSenior
TypeOutdoor
Events40 (men: 20; women: 20)
2017
2019

The 50 kilometers race walk was held January 20 at Santee, California.

ScheduleEdit

Event schedule
Day Events
June 21 Decathlon (day 1), 800 m heats (men and women), triple jump final (women), 400 m heats (men and women), 1500 m heats (men), javelin final (men), hammer throw (men), discus throw final (men), shot put (women), 400 m hurdles heats (men), 100 m heats (men and women), steeplechase heats (women), 10,000 meters final (men and women)
June 22 Decathlon (day 2), 100 m hurdles heats (women), 100 m semi-finals and finals (men and women), triple jump final (women), javelin final (women), high jump final (men), steeplechase heats (men), 1500 m heats (women), 400 m semi-finals (men and women), 800 m semi-finals (men and women)
June 23 Heptathlon (day 1), hammer throw final (women), pole vault final (men), long jump final (women), discus throw final (women), 100 m hurdles semi-finals and finals (women), 200 m heats (men and women), 110 m hurdles heats (men), 400 m hurdles semi-finals (women), 400 m hurdles final (men), steeplechase final (women), 1500 m final (men), 400 m final (men and women)
June 24 20 km walk final (men and women), 5000 m final (men and women), heptathlon (day 2), 200 m semi-finals and finals (men and women), pole vault final (women), high jump final (women), triple jump final (men), shot put (men), 110 m hurdles semi-finals and final (men), 400 m hurdles final (women), 800 m final (men and women), steeplechase final (men), 1500 m final (women)

Men's resultsEdit

Key: Not yet selected in respective event because the athlete has not achieved the required qualifying standard. However, athletes can still pursue standards following this meet and still make the team provided they attain it before the July 23 cutoff date..

Men track eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 meters +1.1 Noah Lyles 9.88 Ronnie Baker 9.90 Kendal Williams 10.00
200 meters -1.9 Ameer Webb 20.47 Terrell Smith 20.74 Andrew Hudson 20.80
400 meters Kahmari Montgomery 44.58 Paul Dedewo 44.64 Michael Cherry 44.85
800 meters Clayton Murphy 1:46.50 Isaiah Harris 1:47.11 Erik Sowinski 1:47.76
1500 meters Matthew Centrowitz 3:43.37 Izaic Yorks 3:43.63 Eric Jenkins 3:43.74
5000 meters Paul Chelimo 13:29.47 Ryan Hill 13:29.67 Hassan Mead 13:30.12
10,000 meters Lopez Lomong 28:58.38 Shadrack Kipchirchir 28:59.67 Elkanah Kibet 29:00.00
110 m hurdles[d] -1.8 Devon Allen 13.46 (13.452) Grant Holloway 13.46 (13.454) Jarret Eaton 13.51
400 m hurdles[e] Kenny Selmon 48.21 TJ Holmes 48.51 Khallifah Rosser 48.65
3000 m steeplechase Evan Jager 8:20.10 Hillary Bor 8:22.58 Andy Bayer 8:24.66
20 kilometers walk[m] Nick Christie 1:24:53.37 Emmanuel Corvera 1:27:47.13 John Cody Rich 1:28:29.47
50 kilometers walk Nick Christie 4:09:32 Matthew Forgues 4:23:28 Anthony Joseph Grut 4:45:16

Men field eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump[c] Jeron Robinson 2.31 m (7 ft 6 34 in) Erik Kynard 2.28 m (7 ft 5 34 in) Trey Culver 2.28 m (7 ft 5 34 in)
Pole vault Sam Kendricks 5.85 m (19 ft 2 14 in) Chris Nilsen 5.80 m (19 ft 14 in) Cole Walsh 5.75 m (18 ft 10 14 in)
Long jump[f] Jeff Henderson 8.10 m (26 ft 6 34 in)
+0.3
Zack Bazile 8.08 m (26 ft 6 in)
+1.0
Marquis Dendy 8.04 m (26 ft 4 12 in)w
+2.4 (7.97) -0.8
Triple jump Donald Scott 17.37 m (56 ft 11 34 in)
+0.9
Chris Benard 17.32 m (56 ft 9 34 in)
+0.9
KeAndre Bates 17.16 m (56 ft 3 12 in)
+1.0
Shot put[a] Darrell Hill 21.57 m (70 ft 9 in) Ryan Crouser 20.99 m (68 ft 10 14 in) Curtis Jensen 20.87 m (68 ft 5 12 in)
Discus throw Reggie Jagers 68.61 m (225 ft 1 in) Mason Finley 67.06 m (220 ft 0 in) Sam Mattis 66.32 m (217 ft 7 in)
Hammer throw[g] Rudy Winkler 73.76 m (241 ft 11 in) Alex Young 73.22 m (240 ft 2 in) Sean Donnelly 73.09 m (239 ft 9 in)
Javelin throw Curtis Thompson 75.99 m (249 ft 3 in) Capers Williamson 75.71 m (248 ft 4 in) Riley Dolezal 75.10 m (246 ft 4 in)
Decathlon Zach Ziemek 8294 points Solomon Simmons 8019 points Harrison Williams 7878 points

Men's NotesEdit

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Women's resultsEdit

Key:

Women track eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 meters +0.6 Aleia Hobbs 10.91 Ashley Henderson 10.96 Jenna Prandini 10.98
200 meters -1.0 Jenna Prandini 22.62 Phyllis Francis 22.83 Kyra Jefferson 22.89
400 meters Shakima Wimbley 49.52 Jessica Beard 50.08 Kendall Ellis 50.37
800 meters Ajeé Wilson 1:58.18 Raevyn Rogers 1:58.57 Ce'Aira Brown 1:58.65
1500 meters Shelby Houlihan 4:05.48 Jenny Simpson 4:06.21 Kate Grace 4:07.04
5000 meters Shelby Houlihan 15:31.03 Rachel Schneider 15:32.71 Karissa Schweizer 15:34.31
10,000 meters Molly Huddle 31:52.32 Marielle Hall 31:56.68 Stephanie Bruce 32:05.05
100 m hurdles[d] -1.4 Keni Harrison 12.46 Christina Manning 12.65 Sharika Nelvis 12.68
400 m hurdles[e] Shamier Little 53.61 Georganne Moline 54.12 Cassandra Tate 55.00
3000 m steeplechase Emma Coburn 9:17.70 Courtney Frerichs 9:18.69 Mel Lawrence 9:33.30
20 kilometers walk[m] Maria Michta-Coffey 1:35:21.59 Katie Burnett 1:37:55.97 Robyn Stevens 1:40:28.96
50 kilometers walk Mariela Sanchez   Mexico
Katie Burnett
4:46:12
4:47:50
Erin Taylor-Talcott 4:59:16 Anett Torma   Hungary
Teresa Vaill (W55)
4:59:55
5:29:29

Women field eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump Vashti Cunningham 1.95 m (6 ft 4 34 in) Inika McPherson 1.92 m (6 ft 3 12 in) Liz Patterson 1.89 m (6 ft 2 14 in)
Pole vault Sandi Morris 4.80 m (15 ft 8 34 in) Katie Nageotte 4.70 m (15 ft 5 in) Jenn Suhr 4.60 m (15 ft 1 in)
Long jump[b] Sha'Keela Saunders 6.54 m (21 ft 5 14 in) -2.2 Quanesha Burks 6.52 m (21 ft 4 12 in) -2.5 Kendell Williams 6.48 m (21 ft 3 in) -0.7
Triple jump Keturah Orji 14.59 m (47 ft 10 14 in) +1.9 Tori Franklin 14.52 m (47 ft 7 12 in)w +3.8 (14.48) +0.4 Imani Oliver 14.22 m (46 ft 7 34 in)w +2.8 (13.80) +1.9
Shot put Maggie Ewen 19.29 m (63 ft 3 14 in) Jessica Ramsey 19.23 m (63 ft 1 in) Raven Saunders 18.74 m (61 ft 5 34 in)
Discus throw Valarie Allman 63.55 m (208 ft 5 in) Maggie Ewen 61.13 m (200 ft 6 in) Laulauga Tausaga-Collins 60.65 m (198 ft 11 in)
Hammer throw DeAnna Price 78.12 m (256 ft 3 in) NR, CR Gwendolyn Berry 72.99 m (239 ft 5 in) Brooke Andersen 72.17 m (236 ft 9 in)
Javelin throw[h] Kara Winger 62.88 m (206 ft 3 in) Avione Allgood 56.54 m (185 ft 5 in) Ariana Ince 55.97 m (183 ft 7 in)
Heptathlon Erica Bougard 6347 points Alex Gochenour 6003 points Lindsay Schwartz 5933 points

Women's NotesEdit

Masters exhibition eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Mixed gender
200 meters +1.7
Charles Allie (M70) 25.75 Ty Brown (M73) 27.66 Roger Pierce (M73) 28.72

QualificationEdit

The 2018 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships serve as the qualification meet for United States representatives in international competitions, including the 2018 NACAC Championships. In order to be entered, athletes need to achieve a qualifying standard mark and place in the top 3 in their event. 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 and 2017 Diamond League Champions received byes into the World Championships. The athletes eligible for a bye are:

Defending World ChampionsEdit

Diamond League ChampionsEdit

Both qualified by winning their respective events in the championships.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "USATF Outdoor Championships return to Drake in 2018". USATF. Retrieved January 11, 2018.
  2. ^ 2017 IAAF Diamond League Summary 9/14/2017 IAAF
Results