Sha’Carri Richardson did not qualify for the world championships, Sydney McLaughlin bests her own world record and a new rivalry heats up.
Stars falling short, a broken world record, and a brewing rivalry highlighted the four-day U.S. outdoor track and field championships in Eugene, Ore., over the weekend.
The event acted as qualifying meet for the world championships, which will be in the U.S. for the first time in July, and also in Eugene. Athletes who had not already punched a ticket to the championships raced to finish in the top three of their event to represent the country.
The meet wrapped up Sunday evening with Daniel Roberts winning the 110-meter hurdle
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