Discover the results of the American athletics tests

Shakari Richardson was shocked to miss the 100m heats of the US National Athletics Championships next month, while Fred Curley set the fastest time at the same distance this year, sending a strong signal to his rivals.
At Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon, where the World Cup is held, Richardson’s failure was one of the biggest surprises on day one, after finishing fifth in her qualifying group with a time of 11.31 seconds and 23rd place. general.
Two weeks ago in New York she reached 10.85 seconds and finished second in the final to confirm her readiness for trials. Shaqari made a big impression at Hayward Field last year during the US Olympic trials when she clocked 10.64 seconds (with help from the wind) in the semi-final before winning the final. But she was denied the Tokyo Olympics last summer for consuming marijuana.
The 22-year-old will now try to focus on getting her ticket into the top three in the weekend’s 200m race, to qualify for her first professional world championship.
In the men’s race, Fred Curley set the fastest time in the 100m this year with a qualifying time of 9.83 seconds, ahead of Crafont Charleston (10.07 seconds).
Curley, the silver medalist at the Tokyo Olympics, surpassed the 9.85 second time achieved by Kenyan Ferdinand Omanyala in Nairobi on May 7.
As for Christian Coleman, who guaranteed his qualification for the World Championships scheduled for the period between July 15 and 24, as the title holder of the 2019 Doha World Cup, he qualified for the next round with a time of 10, 08 seconds.
But the 26-year-old sprinter confirmed he plans to do every test lap in his quest to return to his level after missing the Tokyo Olympics over an 18-month suspension for missing a race three times. doping test.
“Although 100 meters is the shortest race on the track, it seems easy, but I feel it is very difficult… You have to be perfect at this level,” he said.
Tokyo Olympic champion and world record holder in the 400m hurdles, Sidney McLaughlin, set the fastest time in the first lap with a time of 54.11 seconds.
Dalilah Muhammad, the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic world champion and Olympics champion, is absent from the US trials due to a right thigh strain, knowing she will be the guarantor of her presence at the global wedding.
As for Alison Felix, the seven-time Olympic gold medalist, who hopes to compete in the world championships for the eighth and final time before retiring at the end of this year, she led her group in the 400 meters with a time of 52.30 seconds to advance to the next round.