EUGENE, OR - JULY 01: (L-R) Maurice Mitchell, Wallace Spearmon Jr and Isiah Young pose together after finishing the Men's 200 Meter Dash Final on day ten of the U.S. Olympic Track & Field Team Trials at the Hayward Field on July 1, 2012 in Eugene, Oregon. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

2012 U.S. Olympic Track And Field Team Is Complete

Coverage of the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Eugene, Ore., where the USA Track & Field team for the 2012 Olympic Games has been determined.

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2012 U.S. Olympic Track And Field Team Is Announced For London

The 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Track and Field reached their anti-climatic conclusion on Monday when Jeneba Tarmoh announced she had withdrawn from the women's 100-meters runoff, ceding her spot in London to Allyson Felix. The decision not only brought an end to the dead-heat drama, but it also meant the end of the trials. After nine days of competition at Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore., Team USA's track and field contingent for London is now set.

The track and field competition -- officially called Athletics at the Olympics -- begins Aug. 3, with men's shot put and women's 10,000 meters, and concludes Aug. 12, the final day of the Games, with the men's marathon.

The U.S. Olympic Track and Field team:

Men:

Events
1 2 3
100m
Justin Gatlin Tyson Gay
Ryan Bailey
200m Wallace Spearmon
Maurice Mitchell
Isiah Young
400m LaShawn Merritt
Tony McQuay
Bryshon Nellum
800m Nick Symmonds
Duane Solomon
Khadvis Robinson
1500m Leo Manzano
Matt Centrowitz
Andrew Wheating
3000m Steeplechase Evan Jager
Donn Cabral
Kyle Alcorn
5000m Galen Rupp
Bernard Lagat
Lopez Lomong
10,000m Galen Rupp
Matt Tegenkamp
Dathan Ritzenhein
20-K Racewalk Trevor Barron
n/a
n/a
50-K Racewalk John Nunn n/a
n/a
Marathon Meb Keflezighi Ryan Hall Abdi Abdirahman
110m Hurdles Aries Merritt
Jason Richardson
Jeff Porter
400m Hurdles Michael Tinsley
Angelo Taylor
Kerron Clement
High Jump Jamie Nieto
Erik Kynard
Jesse Williams
Pole Vault Brad Walker
Jeremy Scott
Derek Miles
Long Jump Marquise Goodwin
Will Claye
George Kitchens Jr.
Triple Jump Christian Taylor
Will Claye
n/a
Shot Put Reese Hoffa
Ryan Whiting
Christian Cantwell
Discus Lance Brooks
Jarred Rome
Jason Young
Javelin Craig Kinsley
Sean Furey
Cyrus Hostetler
Hammer Kibwe Johnson
A.G. Kruger
n/a
Decathlon Ashton Eaton
Trey Hardee

n/a

Women:

Events
1 2 3
100m
Carmelita Jeter Tianna Madison Allyson Felix
200m Allyson Felix
Carmelita Jeter
Sanya Richards-Ross
400m Sanya Richards-Ross
Dee Dee Trotter
Francena McCorory
800m Alysia Montano
Geena Gall
Alice Schmidt
1500m Morgan Uceny
Shannon Rowbury
Jenny Simpson
3000m Steeplechase Emma Coburn
Bridget Franek
Shalaya Kipp
5000m Julie Culley
Molly Huddle
Kim Conley
10,000m Amy Hastings
Lisa Uhl
Janet Bawcom
20-K Racewalk Maria Michta
n/a
n/a
Marathon Shalane Flanagan Desiree Davila Kara Goucher
100m Hurdles Dawn Harper
Kellie Wells
Lolo Jones
400m Hurdles Lashinda Demus
Georganne Moline
T'Erea Brown
High Jump Chaunte Lowe
Brigetta Barrett
Amy Acuff
Pole Vault Jenn Suhr
Becky Holliday
Lacy Janson
Long Jump Brittney Reese
Chelsea Hayes
Janay DeLoach
Triple Jump Amanda Smock
n/a
n/a
Shot Put Jillian Camarena-Williams
Michelle Carter
Tia Brooks
Discus Stephanie Brown-Trafton
Aretha Thurmond
Gia Lewis-Smallwood
Javelin Brittany Borman
Kara Patterson
Rachel Yurkovich
Hammer Amber Campbell
Amanda Bingson
Jessica Cosby
Heptathlon Hyleas Fountain
Sharon Day
Chantae McMillan

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Jeneba Tarmoh Officially Withdraws From 100m, Cedes Olympic Spot To Allyson Felix

Jeneba Tarmoh has officially "withdrawn herself from consideration for one of three Olympic Team positions in the women's 100 meters," per USA Track and Field. She will not participate in Monday night's scheduled 100-meter runoff and will instead cede her spot in the event to Allyson Felix.

USATF put out a release, roughly just seven hours before the tie-breaking sprint was to take place, that included an e-mail from Tarmoh, forwarded by her agent, with her decision to withdraw:

"I Jeneba Tarmoh have decided to decline my 3rd place position in the 100m dash to Allyson Felix. I understand that with this decision I am no longer running the 100m dash in the Olympic Games and will be an alternate for the event. As an alternate I understand that I will be asked to run if another 100m runner decides not to for personal reasons, and/or on the 4x100m relay."

The U.S. women's 100m contingent is now Carmelita Jeter, Tianna Madison and Allyson Felix. Tarmoh did not qualify for the 2012 Olympic Games in an individual event, but will be part of the 4X100m relay pool in London.

USATF President Stephanie Hightower said the organization was "disappointed that Jeneba has changed her mind ... but we know that Allyson, Carmelita and Tianna will represent Team USA well."

The announcement officially ends more than a week of speculation and drama at the trials, and also ends any hope track fans had of what would have been an epic tie-breaking race in Eugene, Oregon. Tarmoh and Felix finished in a "dead heat" in the 100m on June 23, forcing USATF to declare that a winner would be determined by a runoff, unless one of the runners declined her spot, or both agreed to a coin flip.

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Jeneba Tarmoh Withdraws From 100m Runoff, Per Her Agent

There will be no runoff after all. Jeneba Tarmoh's agent has told the USA Today that the sprinter "will not run today" and instead will surrender her spot in the women's 100 meters for the 2012 Olympics. This means Allyson Felix will head to London to compete in the 100m sprint, along with the first and second place finishers, Carmelita Jeter and Tianna Madison.

Speculation of a canceled runoff began Sunday evening when Tarmoh reportedly decided to pull out, despite representatives from USA Track and Field trying to convince her to run, though she didn't officially withdraw at the time. The story was originally reported by SI's Tim Layden.

"In my heart of hearts, I just feel like I earned the third spot. I almost feel like I was kind of robbed.," Tarmoh told the AP after learning of the judge's process to determine a tie for third-place.

Tarmoh's decision not to participate in a runoff ends over a week's worth of drama at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Track and Field. She was originally declared the third-place finisher immediately after 100m ended June 23, but a judge's review determined that she finished in a "dead heat" with Felix. USATF had no procedure for the unprecedented event, so they created one: there would be a runoff, unless one of the runners declined her spot, or both agreed to a coin flip.

Sunday night brought with it word that the two would indeed have a runoff, scheduled for Monday night at 8 p.m. ET at Hayward Field. But nearly as quickly as that was announced, word began to trickle out that Tarmoh was having second thoughts.

Team USA's representation in the women's 100m at London will now be the trio of Jeter, Madison and Felix.

Tarmoh finished fifth in the women's 200 meters, meaning the 100m was her shot an individual Olympic berth. Both Tarmoh and Felix, who won the 200m, will be part of U.S. Olympic team as part of the 4x100m relay pool.

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Jeneba Tarmoh Having Second Thoughts About 100m Runoff

So about that women's 100-meter runoff that's supposed to take place on Monday in primetime. According to SI.com's Tim Layden, Jeneba Tarmoh, part of the tie for the third and final spot on the U.S. Olympic team in the 100, may be having second thoughts. The race was declared a dead-heat one week ago, and a runoff was the agreed upon resolution.

But now there's this:

It's a stunning reversal from Sunday night. During the U.S. Track and Field Team Trials, NBC interviewed Allyson Felix and Tarmoh, the two competitors in the scheduled runoff. Tarmoh fought back tears and said it's been an emotional ride as both tried to figure out what to do next throughout the week. Both added they never considered a coin-flip and wanted to race for the final spot.

The story Layden references in the above tweet is here. It's an excellent look at how the dead heat was declared -- a behind-the-scenes story of a photo finish judge who protested himself, eventually leading to the runoff. Layden went into incredible detail when describing what happened, how the judge finds the runners' torso in a photo finish and why there was such controversy following the race.

Tarmoh's torso, which appeared to be twisted in the photo, is an important detail, and could be a reason she's upset. An initial interpolation led to an electronic time for Tarmoh that was .001 seconds faster than Felix. Immediately after the times flashed, a second review was done and the race was declared a dead heat after much debate -- the replay official said his read was subjective, but he'd call Tarmoh the winner every time.

So you can see why Tarmoh might be upset. And now, it appears this story will continue to twist and turn, becoming one of the more messy and confusing track and field subplots we've seen in quite some time.

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2012 U.S. Olympic Trials: Jeneba Tarmoh, Allyson Felix To Compete In Runoff

As the first few days of the 2012 Olympic Track and Field Trials in Eugene, Ore. for the most part have concluded, there is still one area that needs to be decided. The 100 meter Women's event needs to have a tie-breaker for the final spot on the team, as Jeneba Tarmoh and Allyson Felix both finished tied for third at 11.07 earlier in the day. There is no official tie-break policy however, so the USATF has decided on a runoff... or a coin flip.

Tarmoh finished with a .001 advantage of 11.068 to 11.069, but third place was ruled a dead heat. The winner of the runoff will join Carmelita Jeter and Tianna Madison on the U.S. team for London.

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2012 U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials: Justin Gatlin Wins 100m Finals, Tyson Gay And Ryan Bailey London-Bound

Justin Gatlin, the 2004 gold medalist in Athens, won the men's 100m at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Track and Field on Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore., crossing the line in 9.80 seconds, a new personal best and the second-fastest time in the world.

Tyson Gay (9.86) was second and Ryan Bailey (9.93) claimed third place from lane one to complete Team USA's representation in the men's 100m at the 2012 Summer Olympics. Here's how it looked in moving picture form:

Gay got off to a slow start and wasn't able to completely close the gap on Gatlin, but with it being just his fourth race in the past year as he recovered from hip surgery last July, he has to be happy with the results. At the 2008 Olympics, Gay, bothered by a hamstring injury at the time, did not advance past the semifinals.

The final of the men's 100m finals in London is scheduled for Aug. 5. The Jamaicans, Usain Bolt and Asafa Powell, will be considered the favorites.

The United States Men's 100m team for the 2012 London Games:

Justin Gatlin
Tyson Gay
Ryan Bailey

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2012 U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials: Sanya Richards-Ross, Dee Dee Trotter, Francena McCorory Qualify For Olympics

Sanya Richards-Ross is headed to London after finishing a great race in the women's 400 meters at the U.S. Olympic trials. The 2009 World Champion is one of the big favorites in the upcoming Olympics, and she showed why by equaling the U.S. Trials record by winning the race in 49.28 seconds. That time is also the best in the world since her own winning run at the 2009 World Championships.

She'll be joined on the U.S. track team by Dee Dee Trotter and Francena McCorory. Trotter is a veteran of the Olympics, but her qualification over fourth-placed Debbie Dunn, who was the 2010 U.S. Champion, was a slight surprise. McCorory led the majority of the race after getting off to a fast start, but appeared to burn herself out a bit early as she was passed by Richards-Ross down the stretch and forced to hang on for third place.

Full results

1. Sanya Richards-Ross
2. Dee Dee Trotter
3. Francena McCorory
4. Debbie Dunn
5. Diamond Dixon
6. Keshia Baker
7. Natasha Hastings
8. Jessica Beard

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2012 U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials: LaShawn Merritt, Tony McQuay, Bryshon Nellum Headed To London

LaShawn Merritt, the winner of the gold medal in the 400 meters at the 2008 Olympics, has comfortably qualified for the 2012 Olympics by winning the men's 400 meters at the U.S. Olympic trials. He finished the race in 44.12 seconds, the best time in the world this year. He was just under one second off of Michael Johnson's American and world record.

Also making the team are Tony McQuay of the University of Florida, this year's NCAA men's champion in the 400 meters, and USC's Bryshon Nellum, who had his track career interrupted a couple of years ago when he was the victim of a random shooting. The most notable runner who failed to qualify was Jeremy Wariner, the gold medalist in the 400 meters at the 2004 Olympics. He finished in sixth place after barely making the final.

Full results

1. LaShawn Merritt
2. Tony McQuay
3. Bryshon Nellum
4. Josh Mance
5. Manteo Mitchell
6. Jeremy Wariner
7. David Verburg
8. Brady Gehret

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2012 Olympic Track And Field Trials: Tyson Gay And Justin Gatlin Set To Face Off In 100m Finals

The field for the finals in the men's 100m at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Track and Field is set after Sunday's preliminary heats. The big three of Justin Gatln, Tyson Gay and Walter Dix will face off at 7:48 p.m. ET on Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon. NBC will provide live television coverage.

Gatlin will be in lane three, Gay is in lane four and Dix will be on the outside in lane eight. Michael Rodgers turned in the fastest prelim time, running in 10.00 seconds flat. Gay and Gatlin were the next fastest qualifiers. Dix ran a 10.16 and barely qualified, pulling up lame just before the finish line. He still plans to compete in the 100m finals Sunday night, however, saying it was only a cramp and not a serious injury.

At the 2008 Summer Olympics, Dix won the bronze medal in the 100m. Gay failed to make it past the semifinals.

The complete start list for the Men's 100m finals:

  1. Ryan Bailey
  2. Darvis Patton
  3. Justin Gatlin
  4. Michael Rodgers
  5. Tyson Gay
  6. Jeff Demps
  7. Trell Kimmons
  8. Walter Dix

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2012 U.S. Track & Field Trials: Dawn Harper Wins 100m Hurdles; LoLo Jones Makes Team

Dawn Harper punched her ticket to London on Saturday with a win in the women's 100m hurdles at the U.S. Track & Field Trials in Eugene, Ore. Harper's 12.73 just edged second-place competitor Kellie Wells, who clocked in at 12.77. Lolo Jones finished third, stopping the clock at 12.86.

As a reminder, the top three finishers make the team, so all three of the women listed above are heading to London for the 2012 Olympics.

The 100m hurdles came near the end of a soggy day in Eugene, with rain delaying some of the events and pushing the final back to just past 6 p.m. local time. Just prior to the event, Ashton Eaton broke the world record in the men's decathlon, causing another delay as he, along with many others, celebrated.

The 2012 U.S. 100m Hurdles Team:

Dawn Harper
Kellie Wells
Lolo Jones

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2012 U.S. Track & Field Trials: Galen Rupp Wins Men's 10,000m, Dathan Ritzenhein Is London Bound

In pouring rain at Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore., Galen Rupp won the Men's 10,000m at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Track and Field and punched his ticket to London. The Oregon Duck, racing on his home track, finished in a time of 27:25.33.

Matt Tegenkamp (27:33.94) finished second, followed by Dathan "Ritz" Ritzenhein in third. In addition to finishing in the top three, Ritz needed to run an "A" standard time (27:45) to qualify, and he did just that, crossing the finish line in 27:36.09. All three beat Meb Keflezighi's Olympic trials record and will represent Team USA in the 10,000m in London.

Chris Derrick just missed out, finishing fourth in 27:40.23.

For Ritz, it's truly special moment -- he finished fourth in the U.S. Olympic Marathon trials, missing a spot in London by just eight seconds.

Rupp and Ritz, training partners and good friends, took turns leading the race from the beginning -- the plan was to have Rupp pace Ritz to an Olympic-qualifying time, and it worked perfectly.

Rupp gives Team USA a real chance at winning its first medal in the 10,000m since 1964. He finished 13th in the event at Beijing.

The men's 10,000m finals at the 2012 Summer Olympics is scheduled for Aug. 4.

2012 U.S. 10,000m Team:

Men:
Galen Rupp
Matt Tegenkamp
Dathan Ritzenhein

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2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials, Track & Field: Kibwe Johnson, Amber Campbell Win Trials in Hammer Throw

In case you had stopped for HammerTime, feel free to continue: The Team USA Hammer Throw qualifications, held at Nike World Headquarters, are finished, and six tossers have stamped their tickets to be members of the American delegation.

Kibwe Johnson took the top honor on the men's side, with his fifth toss going a meet-high 74.97 meters. The 2011 Pan American Games gold medal winner fouled on his final toss, but his fifth was good enough for the win. Joining him on the men's delegation is 2008 Olympian A.G. Kruger, whose first toss went 73.93 meters, a figure he couldn't improve on.

Chris Kralle, whose fifth throw went 74.36 meters, finished second, but doesn't have the Olympic "A" standard to qualify for London.

On the women's side, Amber Campbell had the best throw of the day with a fifth toss of 71.80 meters. Campbell, who competed at the 2008 Olympics, set the record for best toss in the history of the U.S. Olympic Trials, breaking a record set four years ago by Jessica Cosby. Cosby, who also holds the record for best throw by an American, earned the third and final spot on the squad with a throw of 70.77 meters while second went to Amanda Bingson with 71.78.

2012 U.S. Hammer Throw Team:

Men:
Kibwe Johnson
A.G. Kruger

Women:
Amber Campbell
Amanda Bingson
Jessica Cosby

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2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials, Track & Field: What To Watch In Eugene

The U.S. Olympic Team Trials in track and field begin on Thursday with the women's and men's hammer throw at 4:15 p.m. ET and 8:15 p.m., respectively. (It's been dubbed HammerTime, obviously.) With the opening ceremonies set for the following day, the trials technically don't begin until Friday, but let's not get technical.

The Olympic trials determine the USA Track & Field team for the 2012 Summer Olympics, with the top three finishers in each event earning a spot in London (provided the athlete has reached the "A" standard of qualification; more on that here).

From hammer throw on Thursday night through the men's 200-meter on July 1, there are a total of 38 events (men's and women's) being decided -- you can see a full schedule in our StoryStream. That's a lot of track and field events to pay attention to, so how about we just take you through the highlights, day-by-day?*

*Brief note: We generally maintain a track-heavy bias here at SB Nation, because, for the most past, the "field" part of the schedule just consists of throwing sharp and heavy things around. As such, this What To Watch Guide will feature mostly track events. If you feel slighted, field fans, go in your backyard and throw a hammer as far as you can.

Day One - June 22

Men's and Women's 10,000m
TV Coverage: NBC Sports Network, 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET

Just two finals on Friday, so watch 'em both! It's the men's and women's 10,000m (or 10K, the equivalent of 6.21 miles). Galen Rupp comes in as the fastest qualifier on the men's side (26 minutes, 48 seconds, the current American record) and is the heavy favorite. But keep an eye on Dathan Ritzenhein, who refocused on the 10,000m after finishing fourth in the marathon at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials, just missing a spot on the U.S. marathon team by eight seconds. Ritz, Rupp's training partner, doesn't yet have the Olympic "A" standard of 27:45, so expect him to push the pace.

Day Two - June 23

Women's 100m Hurdles and Women's 100m
TV Coverage: NBC, 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. ET

Again, just two finals on Saturday, but again, both are worth watching. Dawn Harper is the top qualifier in the women's 100 hurdles, but most attention will be on Lolo Jones, as it has been for the past few months. Then, at 8:52 p.m. ET, the fastest women in America will line up in the 100m. Carmelita Jeter, the second-fastest woman ever in the 100 (behind only Florence Griffith Joyner), is obviously the favorite, but Allyson Felix and Tianna Madison are also likely to punch tickets to London.

Day Three - June 24

Men's 100m
TV Coverage: NBC, 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. ET

The men's and women's 400m are both worth your time, but the must-see finals of the day -- and, indeed, the marquee event of the trials -- is the men's 100m. Tyson Gay, the second-fastest human on Earth, 2008 bronze medalist Walter Dix and 2004 gold medalist Justin Gatlin will likely be your top three, in some order. Come watch and see who gets to lose to Usain Bolt!

Day Four - June 25

Men's Javelin Throw
TV Coverage: NBC Sports Network, 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET

Oh, you don't want to watch men throw an 8-foot spear 85-plus yards?

Day Five - June 26

Rest day! Go find a hobby!

Day Six - June 27

Rest day! Make a new friend!

Day Seven - June 28

Men's 5,000m
TV Coverage: NBC Sports Network, 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET

This is a 5K (equivalent of 3.1 miles). There's a good chance you have run a 5K before. There is not a good chance you ran it in less than 13 minutes, but Galen Rupp has. And he might not even be the favorite -- Rupp faces stiff competition from Bernard Lagat, who won bronze in the 1,500m in Sydney in 2000 and took silver in Athens in 2004 while representing Kenya, and holds the American record in the 5000m.

Day Eight - June 29

Women's 3,000m Steeplechase
TV Coverage: NBC Sports Network, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. ET

It's a race with 30-inch hurdles to jump, one of which forces you to land in a pool of water -- It's like an obstacle course was dropped on the track and no one bothered to move it. It's weird.

Day Nine - June 30

Women's 200m
TV Coverage: NBC, 9 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET

It's Allyson Felix, two-time defending Olympic silver medalist, against Carmelita Jeter, who edged Felix in the 2011 World Championships, against Sanya Richards-Ross, who has run the fastest time of 2012. Should be exciting.

Day Ten - July 1

Men's 200m
TV Coverage: NBC, 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. ET

There's a lot happening on the last day of the trials, with eight finals -- including walking, so it's really more like 7.5 finals -- but if you're going to pick one, make it the men's 200m. In the 2008 Olympics, Walter Dix took bronze, and is considered the favorite at the trials in Eugene, Ore.

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2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials In Track & Field: TV Schedule Features 12 Hours Of Live Coverage

The 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Track & Field are set to begin this weekend at Hayward Field n Eugene, Oregon. Hammer toss opens the 10-day event Thursday night, and save for two rest days (June 26 and 27), Olympic berths for Team USA will be decided on a daily basis.

We'll provide updates in this StoryStream throughout it all, and there will be a total of 12 hours of live coverage in primetime, broadcast on both NBC and the NBC Sports Network (ya know, the channel that used to be Versus).

The complete TV schedule for the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Track & Field:

Date Time Network
Friday, June 22nd 9-11 p.m. ET NBCSN
Saturday, June 23rd 8-9 p.m. ET/PT NBC
Sunday, June 24th 7-8 p.m. ET/PT NBC
Monday, June 25th 9-11 p.m. ET/PT NBCSN
Thursday, June 28th 9-11 p.m. ET/PT NBCSN
Friday, June 29th 6-8 p.m. ET NBCSN
Saturday, June 30th 9-10 p.m. ET/PT NBC
Sunday, July 1st 7-8 p.m. ET/PT NBC

We'll keep you covered with news, results and what to watch bor for now, go ahead and mark your calendars for Sunday night at 7:48 p.m. ET for the men's 100m

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