Who won the Olympic Trials 2020?

Who won the Olympic Trials 2020?

Noah Lyles
Noah Lyles won the 200 meters at the U.S. track and field trials, earning a spot on the Olympic team. Lyles won in 19.74 seconds, the best time in the world this season.

Are Olympic Trials Results 2021?

Luckily, the world champion got the job done on June 27, winning the Trials in 19.74, a world-leading time this year. Kenny Bednarek finished second in 19.78, a personal best, and 17-year-old Erriyon Knighton crossed third in 19.84. It will be the first Olympics for all three runners.

Who won Olympic Marathon Trials 2021?

Olympics results: Molly Seidel wins bronze in marathon behind Kenya 1-2 – Sports Illustrated.

Who won women’s 10000 meters?

Sifan Hassan

Track and Field: Women’s 10,000m ›
Gold Sifan Hassan Netherlands
Silver Kalkidan Gezahegne Bahrain
Bronze Letesenbet Gidey Ethiopia

What time is the women’s 10k Olympic trials?

The USA Olympic track and field trials will take place in Eugene, Ore., from June 18-27, with rest days on the 22nd and 23rd….TV schedule.

Event Time (ET) Channel
Men’s 400-meter hurdles final 9 p.m. NBC
Men’s 110-meter hurdles final NBC
Women’s 10,000-meter final NBC
Women’s 200-meter final NBC

Is Gwen Jorgensen retired?

In November 2017, Jorgensen announced that she was retiring from triathlon, and focusing on the marathon, with the goal of winning an Olympic gold in the discipline at Tokyo 2020.

Where are the Olympic track Trials 2021?

Eugene, Oregon
All the track and field results from the U.S. Olympic Team Trials, held in Hayward Field, Eugene, Oregon. All the finals results from the track and field at Hayward Field, Eugene, Oregon. Full results including qualifying rounds and heats available here.

Where can I watch Olympic trials in 2021?

How to Watch: If you have a cable subscription, NBC is your home for all Olympic coverage, including the Track and Field Trials. NBC and NBC Sports Network will provide coverage over eight nights, including six in prime time on NBC.

Who won women’s 5000 meters?

Sifan Hassan of the Netherlands
TOKYO — One gold medal down. Two to go. Sifan Hassan of the Netherlands won the women’s 5,000 meters on Monday, the first leg of her Olympic quest.