Five Takeaways From NCAA East & West Prelims
Five takeaways from the NCAA East and West Prelims which featured strong performances from Britton Wilson and Katelyn Tuohy and some incredible men's 100m times.
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After his series on Saturday, Crouser now owns the four farthest throws in history.
Camacho-Quinn beat a incredibly deep field at the LA Grand Prix, setting the world lead of 12.31 in the process.
Blake set a personal best and won the men's 100m in 9.89.
Wilson took another 800m victory on Saturday, running 1:59.01 to win the LA Grand Prix.
Teare ran a personal best of 3:32.74 to get fourth in the 1500m at the LA Grand Prix.
Kessler ran 3:32.61 to finish third and get a personal best at the LA Grand Prix.
Nur won the LA Grand Prix 5000m in 13:05.17, a personal best and world standard.
Coming off his 3:47 mile during the indoor season, Yared Nuguse will get a shot to beat the Olympic champion when the two race at the Rabat Diamond League.
Richardson will race against Aleia Hobbs, Marie-Josée Ta Lou and Twanisha Terry in the 100m this weekend.
Tuohy is entered in the 1500m and 5000m, while Wilson will go for the first ever 400m/400m hurdle double.
Steiner won the 200m at the Bermuda Grand Prix in a wind-aided 22.06.
Coleman held off Noah Lyles to win the 100m at the Bermuda Grand Prix in a wind-aided 9.78.
Fred Kerley had an eventful open to his 100m season. But a couple of callbacks didn't prevent him from getting an comfortable victory in Yokohama.
Lyles came up just short against Christian Coleman in the Bermuda Grand Prix 100m, losing 9.78w to 9.80w.
Mu's coach, Bobby Kersee, spoke last week about the future racing plans of the 800m gold medalist.
Off minimal rest, Obiri easily won the Great Manchester Run 10K.
The two sprint stars met at the Bermuda Grand Prix and produced another fascinating 100m race.
Gordon and Kevin react to the fast U.S. sprint performances in Japan and Bermuda. Plus, Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone and Athing Mu updates.
The distance running legend took eighth place in the Great Manchester Run, the penultimate race of his career.
Izumiya ran 13.07 to win the Yokohama Continental Tour 110m hurdles and is second only to Grant Holloway in 2023.
After several callbacks, Fred Kerley won the 100m final at the Yokohama Continental Tour in 9.91. Earlier in the meet he ran 9.88 seconds in the prelim.
Kenya's Ferdinand Omanyala put on a show at the Nairobi Continental Tour, grabbing the world lead in 9.84 seconds.
Richardson's effortless 200m had many people thinking what is possible for the American star in 2023.
Wilson's incredible 2023 season continued, breaking the collegiate record twice in the 400m.
The world lead by Ferdinand Omanyala is a reminder that the rest of the world isn't likely to let the US sweep the podium this year.
After her effortless 200m, it doesn't look like there are many women faster than Richardson.
Gordon and Kevin react to all the big performances from the past weekend. Notably the Nairobi Continental Tour and SEC Outdoor Championships.
May 15, Pro
Ferdinand Omanyala WORLD LEAD 9.84 Into A Headwind Over USA's Bednarek & Bracy-Williams
May 13, Pro
UTTER DOMINATION! Sha'Carri Richardson 22.07 Meet Record | World Athletics Continental Tour
The 20-year-old turned heads with a huge personal best and a world-leading time of 43.91 at the Continental Tour meet in Gaborone.
Tuohy added to her legendary career by setting the NCAA record in the women's outdoor 5000m with a time of 15:03.12.
Kerley pushed past Kenny Bednarek to win the Diamond League opener in Doha.