The competition is usually held in Eugene, Oregon, but the stadium is being rebuilt to host the 2021 World Cup and the competition has moved 90 km south to Stanford, California.
21.43 – Men Pole Vault
US-based Armand Duplantis is number one globally this year with a score of 6.00, and is the only one to surpass the dream limit. Christopher Nielsen, who beat Duplantes in the college championship, also participated in the competition with a personal best of 5.95.
21.57 – women’s shot put
Nobody has reached 20 meters in years, the best of them being Daniel Thomas Dowd, who hit 19.48 meters this year.
22.03 – 400 m men’s checkpoints
Here it will be interesting to see American Ray Benjamin, who last year ran 47.02.
22.08 – ladies high jump
Erika Kinsey, who has lived in the US for many years, with Nicola McDermott 1.96 is the second best starting field player. A late addition to the impressive competition is Maria Lastskini, who made her first competition after jumping 2.06 in the Czech Republic.
22.11 – 3000m Hurdles for Women
22.27 – 100 meters for women
The branch is outside the official DL program but is one of the most interesting. Multiple Olympic and World Champion Shelly-Anne Fraser-Pryce, 32, scored the best 10.73 in the world at the Jamaica Championships this weekend. She faces college sensation Shakary Richardson, 19, who ran at 10.75.
Females 22.47-800 m
The branch became very interesting after starting Caster Semenya. She is currently free to compete in the Supreme Court in Switzerland, but the IAAF has filed an appeal and wants to stop South Africa who naturally has high levels of testosterone.
22.56 – 110 m men hurdles
23.01 – Men’s shot put
Ryan Crouser leads a strong starting field. The American already achieved 22.74 in April and has not yet reached the world record.
23.05 – 3000 AD women
Genzebe Dibaba is in the starting square and it’s always an attraction. Sevan Hassan can challenge and maybe win. It was here that the Custer Semenya was going to run but it turned 800 meters. One class did not open start lists: Women’s 800m, which might indicate something is going on.
23.19 – 400 AD men
The start of Michael Norman is one of the notable events in the home crowd. An impressive record of 43.45 was already in April. Also at the starting field, former runner Lachon Merritt, who turned 33, did not run a distance last year, and this year only 20.51 meters by 200 meters was noticed.
23.25 – 200 m ladies
New Olympic champion Eileen Thompson, 22.00 Sunday at the Jamaica Championships, faces a prestigious competition from British Dina Asher Smith. They should stand out despite the strong starting field overall.
23.39 – 100 AD men
Global playmaker Christian Coleman, who scored 9.85 points, is the favorite. His mentor, world champion Justin Gatlin, 37, is on the field and aims to run for ten seconds for the first time this year. It was for ten seconds for the first time already in 16 years.
23.51 – one mile for men
Norwegians Jacob and Philip Ingbrigtsen are European representatives in the 1609-meter race.
The competition is in California on the US West Coast, so the time difference is +9 hours there. The time is Sweden’s timezone.