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2019 USA Indoor Track and Field Championships

The 2019 Toyota USATF Indoor Championships will be held at the Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex in Staten Island, New York. Organized by USA Track and Field (USATF), the three-day competition takes place from February 22 to February 24 and serves as the national championships in track and field for the United States. [1]

2019 USA Indoor Track and Field Championships
Host cityStaten Island, New York, United States
Date(s)February 22–24
Main stadiumOcean Breeze Athletic Complex
LevelSenior
TypeIndoor
Events30 (men: 15; women: 15)
2018
2020

Contents

ScheduleEdit

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

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Entry StandardsEdit

Events in bold will be contested at the Championships.
Events listed directly below those being contested may be used as alternates for qualifying.
Qualifying window: November 16, 2018 - February 17, 2019
Combined Events Qualifying window: January 5, 2018 - February 17, 2019

Men Women
60 meters
6.70 7.55
(55m) 6.23 (55m) 6.85
300 meters
33.49 39.00
(200 m) 21.20 (200 m) 23.75
(400 m) 47.40 (400 m) 54.00
600 meters
1:18.00 1:33.00
(400 m) 47.40 (400 m) 54.00
(800 m) 1:49.50 (800 m) 2.06.00
1000 meters
2:25.85 2:44.00
(800 m) 1:49.50 (800 m) 2:06.00
Mile
3:58.00 4:35.00
(1500 m) 3:40.40 (1500 m) 4:14.00
2 Mile
8:40.00 10:07.00
(3000 m) 8:01.50 (3000 m) 9:27.00
(5000 m) 13:30.00 (5000 m) 16:18.50
3000 metres race walk
12:45 14:40
(Mile) 6:25 (Mile) 7:30
(5000 m) 22:00 (5000 m) 24:30
60 m hurdles
8.35 8.00
(55 m hurdles) 7.55 (55 m hurdles) 7.40
High Jump
2.15 m (7 ft 12 in) 1.81 m (5 ft 11 14 in)
Pole Vault
5.45 m (17 ft 10 12 in) 4.50 m (14 ft 9 in)
Long Jump
7.60 m (24 ft 11 in) 6.25 m (20 ft 6 in)
Triple Jump
15.39 m (50 ft 5 34 in) 12.80 m (41 ft 11 34 in)
Shot Put
18.90 m (62 ft 0 in) 17.00 m (55 ft 9 14 in)
Weight Throw
21.50 m (70 ft 6 14 in) 20.00 m (65 ft 7 14 in)
Heptathlon / Pentathlon
5450 pts 4250 pts
Heptathlon 5900 pts

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Male medalistEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 meters Demek Kemp 6.55 Cordero Gray 6.59 Sean McLean 6.63
300 meters Dontavius Wright 32.89 s Manteo Mitchell 33.54 s Brycen Spratling 33.59 s
600 meters Donavan Brazier 1:13.77 WB Sam Ellison 1:15.20 Kameron Jones 1:15.32
1000 meters Clayton Murphy 2:20.36 Abraham Alvarado 2:21.03 Brannon Kidder 2:21.23
Mile Craig Engels 3:59.69 Henry Wynne 4:00.20 John Gregorek Jr. 4:00.26
2 Mile Drew Hunter 8:25.29 Eric Avila 8:32.41 Tripp Hurt 8:32.72
3000 metres race walk Nick Christie 11:35.34 Emmanuel Corvera 11:49.25 John Cody Risch 11:57.26
60 m hurdles Devon Allen 7.60 Aaron Mallett 7.64 Joshua Thompson 7.69
High Jump Jeron Robinson 2.24 m (7 ft 4 in) Avion Jones 2.21 m (7 ft 3 in) Kristopher Kornegay-Gober 2.18 m (7 ft 1 34 in)
Pole Vault Andrew Irwin 5.80 m (19 ft 14 in) Scott Houston 5.61 m (18 ft 4 34 in) Max Babits 5.51 m (18 ft 34 in)
Long Jump Jordan Downs 7.73 m (25 ft 4 14 in) Malik Moffett 7.69 m (25 ft 2 34 in) Josh Colley 7.53 m (24 ft 8 14 in)
Triple Jump Donald Scott 16.85 m (55 ft 3 14 in) Chris Carter 16.66 m (54 ft 7 34 in) KeAndre Bates 16.38 m (53 ft 8 34 in)
Shot Put Ryan Crouser 22.22 m (72 ft 10 34 in) Joe Kovacs 21.40 m (70 ft 2 12 in) Josh Awotunde 20.63 m (67 ft 8 in)
Weight Throw Daniel Haugh 24.12 m (79 ft 1 12 in) Conor McCullough 23.98 m (78 ft 8 in) Alex Young 23.67 m (77 ft 7 34 in)
Heptathlon Tim Ehrhardt 5868 points Solomon Simmons 5766 points Jack Flood 5701 points
Masters exhibition 60 m Anthony Searles 8.08 Stephen Gould 8.09 Steven Snow 8.24
CHSAA exhibition 4x800 m

Female medalistEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 meters Shania Collins 7.16 Kate Hall 7.23 Sharika Nelvis 7.32
300 meters Brittany Brown 35.95 s Gabby Thomas 35.98 s Kayla Davis 37.46 s
600 meters Athing Mu 1:23.57 AR WL Raevyn Rogers 1:24.88 Olivia Baker 1:26.93
1000 meters Ajee' Wilson 2:34.71 MR WL Hanna Green 2:35.40 Ce'Aira Brown 2:35.62
Mile Colleen Quigley 4:29.47 Shelby Houlihan 4:29.92 Cory McGee 4:30.14
2 Mile Shelby Houlihan 9:31.38 WL Katie Mackey 9:33.70 Elinor Purrier 9:34.65
3000 metres race walk Miranda Melville 12:57.58 Katie Burnett 13:14.09 Kayla Shapiro 14:11.84
60 m hurdles Sharika Nelvis 7.85 WL Evonne Britton 7.86 Amber Hughes 8.06
High Jump Vashti Cunningham 1.96 m (6 ft 5 in) Ty Butts 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in) Amina Smith 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)
Pole Vault Katie Nageotte 4.81 m (15 ft 9 14 in) Annie Rhodes 4.56 m (14 ft 11 12 in) Kristen Leland 4.56 m (14 ft 11 12 in)
Long Jump Kate Hall 6.51 m (21 ft 4 14 in) Quanesha Burks 6.39 m (20 ft 11 12 in) Kenyattia Hackworth 6.39 m (20 ft 11 12 in)
Triple Jump Keturah Orji 14.55 m (47 ft 8 34 in) Tori Franklin 14.45 m (47 ft 4 34 in) Lynnika Pitts 13.66 m (44 ft 9 34 in)
Shot Put Chase Ealey 18.62 m (61 ft 1 in) Magdalyn Ewen 18.45 m (60 ft 6 14 in) Jessica Ramsey 18.37 m (60 ft 3 in)
Weight Throw Janeah Stewart 24.80 m (81 ft 4 14 in) DeAnna Price 24.52 m (80 ft 5 14 in) Kaitlyn Long 23.19 m (76 ft 34 in)
Pentathlon Kendell Williams 4496 points Emilyn Dearman 4356 points Anna Hall 4302 points
Masters exhibition 60 m Cheryl Bellaire 9.71 Susan Loyd 9.80 Leandra Funk 9.82

QualificationEdit

The 2020 USA Indoor Track and Field Championships serve as the qualification meet for United States representatives in international competitions, including the 2020 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.[4] 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 2019 IAAF World Indoor Tour Winner (received a wildcard spot subject to ratification by their country) and World Champions received byes into the 2020 World Championships. The athletes eligible for a bye are:

Defending World ChampionsEdit

Defending World Tour WinnerEdit

ReferencesEdit

External LinksEdit