Eugene — Tokyo's silver medalist Fred Kerley created a world-leading 9.83 seconds in the men's 100-meter heat at the US Championships on Thursday, but fans' favorite Shakeri Richardson couldn't move forward. Therefore, I was shocked at the women's qualifying. ..
World Champion Christian Coleman returned to action in January after being suspended for 18 months for violating anti-doping whereabouts rules, winning the heat at 10.08 and Trayvon. Bromell clinched to 10.10.
"I feel pretty decent." Coleman said, "I definitely feel that there are still many things we can continue to build."
The top three Eugenes, who meet certain qualification criteria and reign as global title holders, will advance to the first World Championships in the United States on the same track from July 15th. increase.
Tokyo Relay Silver Medalist Array Hobbes set the fastest time in the women's heat (10.88), but Richardson, whose Olympic dream ended with a positive cannabis test suspension, made a rough start. I finished in 5th place. In her heat of 11.31.
With the surge in the second half, 800-meter world champion Donna Van Brager won with a time of 1: 46.49, the best performance of the season.
Two-time world bronze medalist Azzy Wilson set the fastest time in the women's heat at 2: 00.37, and 20-year-old Tokyo gold medalist Assing Mu and bronze medalist Raven Rogers also made progress.
In the women's 400m hurdles, world record holder and Tokyo gold medalist Sydney McLaughlin easily won the heat at 54.11 and world champion Dalilah Muhamad missed due to injury. .. (Report by Gene Cherry in Eugene, Oregon, Report by Amy Tennery in New York, Edited by Peter Rutherford)