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U.S. Track & Field Trials Day 9: Live updates, results, highlights

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The U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Track and Field take place June 18-27 in Eugene, Oregon. Saturday's competition can be streamed live on NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports app, as well as seen live on TV from 9-11 p.m. ET on NBC. Any coverage on NBCSN or Olympic Channel can be streamed on Peacock.

Live meet results here: results.usatf.org

SEE MORE: U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials: How to watch

Men's 20km Walk - Final (10 a.m. ET)

1. Nick Christie - 1:30:48
2. Daniel Nehnevaj - 1:31:59
3. Emmanuel Corvera - 1:34:38
4. Steven Smith - 1:35:54
5. Anthony Joseph Gruttadauro - 1:37:51
6. Samuel Allen - 1:37:59
7. Bricyn Healey - 1:38:18
8. Jordan Crawford - 1:39:45
9. Joel Pfahler - 1:42:48
10. Pablo Gomez - 1:43:40
11. Carson Johnson - 1:43:49
12. Michael Mannozzi - 1:44:35

*none had or met Olympic standard

Women's 20km Walk - Final (10:01 a.m. ET)

1. Robyn Stevens - 1:35:13
2. Maria Michta-Coffey - 1:39:25
3. Miranda Melville - 1:40:39
4. Stephanie Casey - 1:42:32
5. Celina Lepe - 1:43:00
6. Taylor Ewert - 1:43:41
7. Amberly Melendez - 1:45:31
8. Anali Cisneros - 1:48:57
9. Lauren Harris - 1:50:59
10. Chelsea Conway - 1:54:25
11. Erin Taylor Talcott - 1:54:49
12. Janelle Branch - 1:57:38

*none had or met Olympic standard

Women's 10,000m - Final (1 p.m. ET)

1. Emily Sisson - 31:03.82 - *Olympic qualifier*
2. Karissa Schweizer - 31:16.52 - *Olympic qualifier*
3. Alicia Monson - 31:18.55 - *Olympic qualifier*

4. Elise Cranny - 31:35.22
5. Rachel Schneider - 31:42.92
6. Sara Hall - 31:54.50
7. Natosha Rogers - 31:59.09
8. Emily Infeld - 32:19.94
9. Emily Durgin - 32:25.45
10. Jaci Smith - 32:33.33
11. Ednah Kurgat - 32:36.93
12. Kellyn Taylor - 32:42.00

SEE MORE: U.S. Trials: Emily Sisson breaks 10K meet record, qualifies

SEE MORE: Broken after Atlanta, Emily Sisson gets Olympic berth in 10K

Heptathlon

After the first day of competition…

Top 10:

1. Annie Kunz, 4042
2. Taliyah Brooks, 3946
3. Kendall Williams, 3924
4. Erica Bougard, 3912
5. Chari Hawkins, 3856
6. Michelle Atherley, 3776
7. Hope Bender, 3672
8. Ashtin Mahler, 3669
9. Erin Marsh, 3637
10. Juanita Webster-Freeman, 3540

110m Hurdles (4:15 p.m. ET)

Top 5:

1. Taliyah Brooks - 12.85 
2. Michelle Atherley - 12.91
3. Erica Bougard - 12.92
4. Annie Kunz - 12.95
5. Kendell Williams - 12.95

High Jump (5:30 p.m. ET)

Top 5:

1. Erica Bougard - 1.87 
2. Kendell Williams - 1.84
2. Chari Hawkins - 1.84
4. Juanita Webster-Freeman - 1.84
5. Taliyah Brooks - 1.84

Shot Put (7:40 p.m. ET)

Top 5:

1. Annie Kunz - 15.73 
2. Ashtin Mahler - 14.23
3. Riley Cooks - 14.22
4. Jordan Gray - 14.07
5. Chari Hawkins - 13.85

200m (8:38 p.m. ET)

Top 5:

1. Taliyah Brooks - 23.10 
2. Michelle Atherley - 23.45
3. Kendell Williams - 23.51 
4. Erica Bougard - 23.56
5. Annie Kunz - 23.71

SEE MORE: U.S. Trials: Heptathlete Flach high jumps while pregnant

Women's Hammer - Final (7:05 p.m. ET)

1. DeAnna Price - 80.31 - *Olympic qualifier*
2. Brooke Andersen - 77.72 - *Olympic qualifier*
3. Gwendolyn Berry - 73.50 - *Olympic qualifier*

4. Janee Kassanavoid - 73.45
5. Lisa Wilson - 70.90
6. Alyssa Wilson - 69.04
7. Erin Reese - 67.88
8. Whitney Simmons - 67.82
9. Lara Boman - 66.80
10. Michaela Dendinger - 66.43
11. Autavia Fluker - 64.88
12. Alina Duran - 62.55

SEE MORE: U.S. Trials: Price breaks own U.S. hammer record, qualifies

Women's Javelin - Final (8:30 p.m. ET)

1. Maggie Malone - 63.50 - *Olympic qualifier*
2. Kara Winger - 61.47 - *Olympic qualifier*

3. Avione Allgood-Whetstone - 58.94
4. Ariana Ince - 57.49
5. Kylee Carter - 55.28
6. Virgina Miller - 53.59
7. Maura Fiamoncini - 51.91
8. Chantae McMillan - 51.36
9. Maddie Harris - 51.16
10. Madison Wiltrout - 50.82
11. Claire Meyers - 47.71
12. Katelyn Fairchild - 44.61

Women's Pole Vault - Final (8:40 p.m. ET)

1. Katie Nageotte - 4.95 - *Olympic qualifier*
2. Morgann LeLeux - 4.70 - *Olympic qualifier*
3. Sandi Morris - 4.60 - *Olympic qualifier*

4. Olivia Gruver - 4.60
5. Jenn Suhr - 4.60
6. Nastassja Campbell - 4.50
7. Sophie Gutermuth - 4.50
8. Alina McDonald - 4.50
9. Bridget Guy - 4.50
10. Megan Clark - 4.50
11. Kristen Brown - 4.35
11. Sydney Walter - 4.35
13. Lauren Chorny - 4.35

Men's 110m Hurdles

Semifinals (9:03 p.m. ET)

1. Grant Holloway - 12.81 Q
2. Devon Allen - 13.10 Q
3. Trey Cunningham - 13.21 Q
4. Daniel Roberts - 13.25 Q
5. Jamal Britt - 13.27 Q
6. Michael Dickson - 13.29 Q
7. Jarret Eaton - 13.32 q
8. Tai Brown - 13.33 q
9. Aaron Mallett - 13.33
10. Jamar Marshall - 13.38
11. Tre'Bien Gilbert - 13.41
12. Jaylan McConico - 13.4

Final (10:51 p.m. ET)

SEE MORE: U.S. Trials: Holloway runs 12.81 110mH semi, No. 2 all-time

SEE MORE: U.S. Trials: Grant Holloway wins 110mH, qualifies for Tokyo

Women's 400m Hurdles - Semifinals (9:19 p.m. ET)

Advancing to Sunday's final…

1. Sydney McLaughlin - 53.03 Q
2. Shamier Little - 53.71 Q
3. Dalilah Muhammad - 53.86 Q
4. Nnenya Hailey - 54.24 Q
5. Anna Cockrell - 55.10 Q
6. Cassandra Tate - 55.24 Q
7. Ashley Spencer - 55.25 q
8. Deonca Bookman - 55.66 q

SEE MORE: U.S. Trials: McLaughlin wins 400mH semi, moves to final

SEE MORE: U.S. Trials: Little beats Muhammad in 400mH, both make final

Women's Long Jump - Final (9:30 p.m. ET)

1. Brittney Reese - 7.13 - *Olympic qualifier*
2. Tara Davis - 7.04 - *Olympic qualifier*
3. Quanesha Burks - 6.96 - *Olympic qualifier*

4. Tiffany Flynn - 6.80
5. Malaina Payton - 6.79
6. Shakeela Saunders - 6.71
7. Keturah Orji - 6.68
8. Jasmine Todd - 6.65
9. Bria Matthews - 6.55
10. Tianna Bartoletta - 6.54
11. Aliyah Whisby - 6.51
12. Claire Bryant - 6.34

Men's 400m Hurdles - Final (9:35 p.m. ET)

1. Rai Benjamin - 46.83 - *Olympic qualifier*
2. Kenny Selmon - 48.08 - *Olympic qualifier*
3. David Kendziera - 48.38 - *Olympic qualifier*

4. Aldrich Bailey - 48.55
5. Khallifah Rosser - 48.81
6. Isaiah Levingston - 49.25
7. Cameron Samuel - 49.27
8. Trevor Bassitt - 50.03

SEE MORE: U.S. Trials: Benjamin runs No. 2 all-time 400mH, wins final

Women's 200m - Final (10:24 p.m. ET)

1. Gabby Thomas - 21.61 - *Olympic qualifier
2. Jenna Prandini - 21.89 - *Olympic qualifier
3. Anavia Battle - 21.95 - *Olympic qualifier

4. Tamara Clark - 21.98
5. Allyson Felix - 22.11
6. Dezerea Bryant - 22.24
7. Lynna Irby - 22.46
8. Morolake Akinosun - 22.49

SEE MORE: U.S. Trials: Thomas wins 200m final in 21.61; Felix gets 5th

Men's 200m - Semifinals (10:33 p.m. ET)

Advancing to Sunday's final…

1. Erriyon Knighton - 19.88 Q
2. Kenny Bednarek - 19.90 Q
3. Noah Lyles - 19.91 Q
4. Isiah Young - 19.99 Q
5. Andrew Hudson - 20.02 Q
6. Fred Kerley - 20.08 q
7. Terrance Laird - 20.22 Q
8. Kyree King - 20.23 q

SEE MORE: U.S. Trials: Knighton again beats Lyles, winning 200m semi

Day 9 Preview

Five-time Olympic qualifier Allyson Felix enters Saturday's 200m final already with a Tokyo Games berth, secured last Sunday with a second-place finish in the 400m final.

The 35-year-old mother is now attempting to make her final Olympic team in not one but two individual events, opening up another chance to add to her nine-medal Games total, currently the most won by any U.S. woman in history.

Saturday's final will be her sixth race in nine days – and her last ever at the U.S. Olympic Trials.

Felix was third-fastest overall (22.20) in Friday's semifinal round behind two running personal bests: 2018 U.S. champion Jenna Prandini (21.99) and Gabby Thomas (21.94), whose clocking was also a new world-lead.

SEE MORE: Felix makes 200m final, Bor defends U.S. title at Trials

Felix is a six-time national outdoor 200m champion but hasn't won the title in nine years. Her last American title in any distance was the 400m in 2016.

Saturday's race marks the first U.S. championship 200m final the 2012 Olympic champion has made since 2017, a final in which she didn't start.

Felix's daughter Camryn, 2½, and her husband Kenneth Ferguson, will presumably be at Hayward Field once again to take it all in. A historic night for U.S. track and field.

SEE MORE: U.S. Trials: Prandini, Felix advance past semifinals in 200m

Rai Benjamin, 2019 world 400m hurdles silver medalist, tries to make his first Olympic team in the event's final on Saturday at 9:35 p.m. ET.

The 23-year-old from Mount Vernon, New York, was the second-fastest qualifier (49.12) of Friday's first round and the third-best overall (48.61) in Saturday's semifinals.

Kenny Selmon topped both rounds in 49.03 and 48.51, and Isaiah Levingston was the second-fastest (49.06) of the semis round.

It's worth noting that Benjamin, the joint-No. 3 400m hurdler of all-time, had a hiccup in the prelims and was jogging to the line in his most recent semifinal race.

SEE MORE: U.S. Trials: Rai Benjamin wins 400m hurdles semi with ease

Reigning world 100m hurdles champion Grant Holloway, also 23, attempts to make his first Olympic team, too. He'll race in Saturday's semifinals at 9:03 p.m. ET, and if successful compete again in the final less than two hours later.

The Chesapeake, Virginia, native was the fastest overall qualifier (13.11) out of Friday's first round heats by more than a tenth of a second.

Daniel Roberts (13.22), Trey Cunningham (13.23) and Devon Allen (13.26) were the next three best, with Roberts and Allen winning the second and third prelims, respectively.

SEE MORE: U.S. Trials: Grant Holloway wins 100m hurdles heat, moves on

Others to look out for Saturday:

  • Noah Lyles in the men's 200m semifinals (10:33 p.m. ET)
  • Dalilah Muhammad and Sydney McLaughlin in the women's 400m hurdles semis (9:19 p.m. ET)
  • Sandi Morris and Katie Nageotte in the women's pole vault final (8:40 p.m. ET)
  • DeAnna Price in the women's hammer final (7:05 p.m. ET)
  • Tara Davis in the women's long jump final (9:30 p.m. ET)
  • And the first day of heptathlon competition with the 100m hurdles, high jump, shot put and 200m