2013 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships

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2013 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships
2013 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships logo.jpg
Host city Des Moines, Iowa, United States
Date(s) June 20–23
Main stadium Drake Stadium
US Navy 110429-N-0000W-312 Members of the U.S. Navy parachute demonstration team, the Leap Frogs, perform above Drake Stadium during the opening ce.jpg
Level Senior
Type Outdoor
Events 40 (men: 20; women: 20)

The 2013 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships was held at Drake Stadium in Des Moines, Iowa. Organised by USA Track and Field, the four-day competition took place June 20–23[1] in conjunction with the USA Junior Outdoor Track & Field Championships which started the day before[2] and served as the national championships in track and field for the United States.

The results of the event determined qualification for the American World Championships team at the 2013 World Championships in Athletics to be held in Moscow, Russia from August 10–18. Provided they had achieved (or will achieve before the cutoff date) the World Championships "A" or "B" standard, the top four athletes can gain a place on the World Championships team in an individual event (although only three can compete).[3] Reigning world champions or Diamond League champions (in events where there is no reigning world champion) received a wild card entry to the World Championships, and they did not count against the maximum number of three athletes per event.[4] Standards set at the 2012 Summer Olympics are only acceptable for the 10,000 metres, racewalk and combined events.

Men's results[edit]

Key: Not selected in respective event because of no "A" or "B" standard. However, athletes can still pursue standards following this meet and still make the team provided they attain it before the July 20 cutoff date.

Men track events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Tyson Gay 9.75 Justin Gatlin 9.89 Charles Silmon 9.98
200 metres Tyson Gay 19.74 Isiah Young 19.86 Curtis Mitchell 19.99
400 metres LaShawn Merritt 44.21 Tony McQuay 44.74 Arman Hall 45.01
800 metres Duane Solomon 1:43.27 Nick Symmonds 1:43.70 Brandon Johnson 1:43.97
1500 metres Matthew Centrowitz, Jr. 3:45.17 Leonel Manzano 3:45.35 Lopez Lomong 3:45.69
5000 metres [j] Bernard Lagat 14:54.16 Galen Rupp 14:54.91 Ryan Hill[5] 14:55.16
10,000 metres Galen Rupp 28:47.32 Dathan Ritzenhein 28:49.66 Chris Derrick 28:52.25
110 metres hurdles[a] Ryan Wilson 13.08 David Oliver 13.11 Aries Merritt 13.23
400 metres hurdles Michael Tinsley 47.96 Kerron Clement 48.06 Bershawn Jackson 48.09
3000 metres st. Evan Jager 8:20.67 Daniel Huling 8:22.62 De'Sean Turner 8:25.56
20 kilometres walk[b] Tim Seaman 1:30:13.06 John Nunn 1:31:01.64 Patrick Stroupe 1:31:08.73

Men field events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump[c] Erik Kynard 2.28 m (7 ft 534 in) Dusty Jonas 2.28 m (7 ft 534 in) Ronnie Black, Jr.
Montez Blair
2.25 m (7 ft 412 in)
Pole vault Brad Walker 5.65 m (18 ft 614 in) Jeremy Scott 5.65 m (18 ft 614 in) Jack Whitt 5.60 m (18 ft 414 in)
Long jump[d] George Kitchens 8.23 m (27 ft 0 in)w Jeffrey Henderson 8.22 m (26 ft 1112 in) Ronald Taylor, Jr. 8.14 m (26 ft 814 in)
Triple jump[e] Omar Craddock 17.15 m (56 ft 3 in) Will Claye 17.04 m (55 ft 1034 in) Ryan Grinnell 17.02 m (55 ft 10 in)
Shot put[f] Ryan Whiting 22.11 m (72 ft 614 in) Reese Hoffa 21.34 m (70 ft 0 in) Zack Lloyd 21.09 m (69 ft 214 in)
Discus throw Lance Brooks 62.29 m (204 ft 414 in) Russell Winger 62.03 m (203 ft 6 in) James Plummer 61.96 m (203 ft 314 in)
Hammer throw[g] A. G. Kruger 75.52 m (247 ft 9 in) Chris Cralle 74.55 m (244 ft 7 in) Andrew Loftin 73.63 m (241 ft 634 in)
Javelin throw Riley Dolezal 83.50 m (273 ft 1114 in) Sam Humphreys 83.14 m (272 ft 9 in) Sean Furey 77.36 m (253 ft 912 in)
Decathlon[h] Ashton Eaton 8291 Gunnar Nixon 8198 Jeremy Taiwo 7925

Notes[edit]

a Defending world champion Jason Richardson is automatically qualified for the World Championships, displacing Diamond League winner Aries Merritt from automatic qualifying, however Merritt qualified by finishing third.
b Trevor Barron has an "A" standard of 1:22:46 from the 2012 Summer Olympics, while Seaman has a "B" standard from a previous competition.
c Defending world champion Jesse Williams is automatically qualified for the World Championships. As Blair won a administrative jump-off, he will have an opportunity to pursue a standard for the World Championships.
d Defending world champion Dwight Phillips is automatically qualified for the World Championships.
e Olympic and defending world champion Christian Taylor is automatically qualified for the World Championships.
f IAAF Diamond League champion Reese Hoffa is automatically qualified for the World Championships, although he choose to compete. Fourth place finisher Cory Martin (20.67 m (67 ft 934 in)) also makes the team.
g Kruger has a "B" standard of 77.10 m (252 ft 1114 in) from a previous competition.
h Defending world champion Trey Hardee is automatically qualified for the World Championships. Taiwo has achieved an "A" standard of 8239 from the 2013 NCAA championships.
j Fourth place Ben True has achieved an "A" standard at the Prefontaine Classic

Women's results[edit]

Key: Not selected in respective event because of no "A" or "B" standard. However, athletes can still pursue standards following this meet and still make the team provided they attain it before the July 20 cutoff date.

Women track events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres[i] English Gardner 10.85 Octavious Freeman 10.87 Alexandria Anderson 10.91
200 metres[j]
(Wind: +3.2 m/s)
Kimberlyn Duncan 21.80w Allyson Felix 21.85w Jeneba Tarmoh 22.15w
400 metres Natasha Hastings 49.94 Francena McCorory 50.01 Ashley Spencer 50.58
800 metres Alysia Montaño 1:58.67 Brenda Martinez 1:58.78 Ajee' Wilson 1:59.55
1500 metres[k] Treniere Moser 4:28.62 Mary Cain 4:28.76 Cory McGee 4:29.70
5000 metres Jennifer Simpson 15:33.77 Molly Huddle 15:35.45 Shannon Rowbury 15:37.27
10,000 metres[l] Shalane Flanagan 31:43.20 Jordan Hasay[5] 32:17.34 Tara Erdmann 32:24.16
100 metres hurdles[m] Brianna Rollins 12.26 NR Queen Harrison 12.43 Nia Ali 12.48
400 metres hurdles[n] Dalilah Muhammad 53.83 Georganne Moline 53.88 Christine Spence 54.56
3000 metres st. Nicole Bush 9:44.53 Ashley Higginson 9:46.25 Shalaya Kipp 9:46.83
20 kilometres walk Maria Michta 1:37:34.46 Erin Gray 1:39:19.80 Miranda Melville 1:40:38.14

Women field events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump[o] Brigetta Barrett 2.04 m (6 ft 814 in) Inika McPherson 1.92 m (6 ft 312 in) Maya Pressley 1.89 m (6 ft 214 in)
Pole vault Jenn Suhr 4.70 m (15 ft 5 in) Kylie Hutson 4.60 m (15 ft 1 in) Becky Holliday 4.55 m (14 ft 11 in)
Long jump[p] Janay DeLoach 6.89 m (22 ft 714 in) Tori Polk 6.80 m (22 ft 312 in) Funmi Jimoh 6.71 m (22 ft 0 in)
Triple jump Andrea Geubelle 14.03 m (46 ft 014 in) (w) Toni Smith 13.93 m (45 ft 814 in) Amanda Smock 13.77 m (45 ft 2 in)
Shot put Michelle Carter 20.24 m (66 ft 434 in) NR Tia Brooks 18.83 m (61 ft 914 in) Alyssa Hasslen 18.10 m (59 ft 412 in)
Discus throw[q] Gia Lewis-Smallwood 65.13 m (213 ft 8 in) Whitney Ashley 61.19 m (200 ft 9 in) Elizabeth Podominick 60.69 m (199 ft 114 in)
Hammer throw Amanda Bingson 75.73 m (248 ft 514 in) NR Jeneva McCall 74.00 m (242 ft 914 in) Amber Campbell 73.03 m (239 ft 7 in)
Javelin throw Brittany Borman 60.91 m (199 ft 10 in) Ariana Ince 56.66 m (185 ft 1012 in) Kara Patterson 55.88 m (183 ft 4 in)
Heptathlon Sharon Day 6550 Bettie Wade 6018 Erica Bougard 5990

Notes[edit]

i Defending world champion Carmelita Jeter is automatically qualified for the World Championships.
j IAAF Diamond League champion Charonda Williams is automatically qualified for the World Championships.
k Defending world champion Jennifer Simpson is automatically qualified for the World Championships. Moser, Cain and sixth place finisher Sarah Brown have "A" standards from previous competitions. McGee achieved a "B" standard on July 13.
l Fourth place finisher Amy Hastings (32:31.28) and ninth place finisher Lisa Uhl (33:35.80) has an "A" standard from the London Olympics.
m IAAF Diamond League champion Dawn Harper is automatically qualified for the World Championships.
n Defending world champion Lashinda Demus is automatically qualified for the World Championships.
o IAAF Diamond League champion Chaunté Lowe is automatically qualified for the World Championships.
p Olympic and defending world champion Brittney Reese is automatically qualified for the World Championships.
q Lewis-Smallwood, Podominick and sixth place Aretha Thurmond have "A" qualifiers, Ashley has a "B"

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