Talented Team USATF roster set for 2018 IAAF World Indoor Championships
INDIANAPOLIS -- Twenty global medalists, including defending World Indoor champions Brittney Reese, Vashti Cunningham and Marquis Dendy, highlight Team USATF’s roster for the 2018 IAAF World Indoor Championships. 49 athletes from 25 states will represent the red, white and blue at the Arena Birmingham, March 2-4 in Birmingham, England.
February 2018 issue of California Track & Running News' monthly e-newsletter!
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Coleman destroys WR; AR for Nelvis at USATF Indoors
ALBUQUERQUE -- Christian Coleman crushed the world record in the Nike men’s 60 meters, while Sharika Nelvis broke the American record in the 60m hurdles Sunday afternoon at the 2018 USATF Indoor Championships.
Bougard defends pentathlon title on day one of USATF Indoor Championships
ALBUQUERQUE -- USATF Indoor Championships kicked off with a full day of multi-event competition. Erica Bougard(Byhalia, Mississippi) defended her pentathlon national title, winning with 4,760 points, the second highest score in American history and just short of the American record of 4805. The men completed four events in the heptathlon with Devon Williams (Marietta, Georgia) and 2015 national Heptathlon champion Jeremy Taiwo (Renton, Washington) in a close battle for first.
At New Balance Indoor Grand Prix, Coleman 6.46 this time, great distances
BOSTON (USA, Feb 10): Fourth meet of IAAF World Indoor Tour at Reggie Lewis Center saw men´s 300 m World lead and four meet records. Impressive Brazier, Simpson, O´Hare and Cheserek in distance races. Coleman clocked 6.46 this time in the 60 m.Event by event reviewMen60 m: Coleman won clearly with fast 6.46 (missed MR by 0.01), but was not close to WR this time. Chinese Xie Zhenye 6.54 and third Noah Lyles 6.57 PB.300 m (non Tour event): Trinidad´s Richards 32.10 World lead, Meet record and 7th best ever, also national best for his country. 400 m World leader Taplin beaten 32.50.400 m (non Tour event): Lendore another TTO win over thin field 46.25 as Josephus Lyles false started.800 m: Brazier close to US record but gets 1:45.11 indoor PB, MR and third fastest of the year. German Reuther 1:46.78 2nd as World indoor champ Berian after fast begin fully faded.1500 m (non Tour event): O´Hare after Millrose wins again in 3:37.03 EL+MR and indoor PB, second another Briton Wightman 3:37.43 in his first ever indoor 1.5.3000 m: Cheserek sprinted in last lap in a special way and gets 7:38.74 overall PB, third fastest of 2018 and mainly 24 hours after sub 3:50 mile. Ethiopians beaten, Gebrhiwot 7:41.79 and Gebremeskel 7:42.78. European Indoor champ Mechall who led for 6 minutes 4th in 7:44.31.TJ: Chris Carter as expected 16.67 in a field of three.Women400 m: Wimbley wins in 51.82 MR over World champ Francis 52.38.800 m (non Tour event): Canadian Westaway front running paid-off with 2:01.22 (overall PB) win over Rogers 2:01.73, Lipsey 2:02.05 and Sharp 2:02.20.1500 m: Seayoum season opener good 4:04.38 but 2nd Praught-Lee Jamaican record 4:04.95 and Tsegay 4:05.91 with South African record for Scott 4:07.25.3000 m (non Tour event): Simpson indoor PB 8:40.31 ahead of F. Tesfay 8:41.08 big PB. Third Briton Twell indoor PB 8:41.94 and fourth steeple World champ Coburn 8:43.57.60mH: Thousands battle Nelvis 7.881 over Manning 7.888. Third Stowers 7.98.HJ: Kinsey of Sweden who is in USA cleared 191 in third and won.