Monday, June 22, 2015

List of declared athletes with Washington ties for this week's USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships...

With a few days remaining before the start of the USA Outdoor Track & Field championships at Hayward Field in Eugene on Thursday, here are the athletes with ties to the state of Washington who have declared their intentions to compete:

MEN

400 (45.50)—Michael Berry, Marcus Chambers (left/photo by Paul Merca)
800 (1:46.00)—Cas Loxsom, Mark Wieczorek, Nick Symmonds, Jesse Jorgensen, Joe Abbott
1500 (3:36.20)—Jordan McNamara, Dorian Ulrey, 
5000 (13:23.00)—Garrett Heath, Riley Masters, Bernard Lagat
10000 (27:45.00)—Jake Riley
400H (49.50)—Jeshua Anderson
HJ (2.28m)—Dakarai Hightower
PV (5.65m)—Brad Walker
JT (82.00m)—Curtis Clauson
DEC (8075 pts)—Jeremy Taiwo

WOMEN

800 (2:01.00)—Phoebe Wright, McKayla Fricker, Megan Malasarte 
1500 (4:06.50)—Alexa Efraimson, Katie Mackey, Brie Felnagle (left/photo by Paul Merca), Amanda Mergaert
5000 (15:20.00)—Katie Mackey, Brie Felnagle, Amanda Mergaert
10000 (32:00.00)—Mattie Suver
20K RW (1:36:00)—Katie Burnett
100H (13.00)—Ginnie Crawford
400H (56.20)—Gianna Woodruff
3000ST (9:44.00)—Marisa Howard, Collier Lawrence, Jamie Cheever
PV (4.50m)—Kristina Owsinski
LJ (6.70m)—Andrea Geubelle
TJ (14.20m)—Blessing Ufodiama
HT (70.00m)—Britney Henry
JT (61.00m)—Kara Winger, Monika Gruszecki

Note that names in bold font means that those athletes have met the qualifying standard for the IAAF world track & field championships in Beijing in August.  The standards for those events are listed after the event name.

Athletes who finish in the top three in each event will have first shots at going to Beijing, assuming that they can meet the IAAF standard before the deadline of August 9th.

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