After more than two years of injuries it took Croizer until a 6th year, but he's going out in the best way with at trip to NCAAs.
Distance runners on the list are Josh Kerr, Justyn Knight and Michael Saruni.
Karissa Schweizer is the only distance athlete to make the list.
Noe suffered life threatening burns over half her body and has battled over the last 2+ years to make her comeback and qualify in the heat at Regionals, despite her burns affecting her temperature regulation.
Donations will cover flight expenses to Kenya for his brother and sister as well as other funeral expenses.
*MB: RIP: Geoffrey Cheruiyot - Middle Tennessee State steepler dies just days after running at NCAA regionals after car accident and being hit by bus
Van der Wyk just beat out Kim Conley (4:30) while Clark won a close race over Reid Buchanan and Craig Lutz who also both ran 3:54 (top-11 all were sub-4).
GB's Diana Asher-Smith was also previously announced for the event.
Kirt beat otu German duo Thomas Rohler and Johannes Vetter, but didn't pass the 93.09 Finnish record, so did not get to win his own island. Other winners included Meskerem Mamo in the 3000 (8:38), Youness Essalhi in the 1500 (3:38.39), Sergey Shubenkov 110H (13.18), Ramil Guliyev 200m (20.23) and Sandra Perkovic discuss (66.22m). *Results
Christian Taylor will face off against rivals Will Claye and 2013/2015 World silver medalist Pedro Pablo Pichardo. The 400H is lead by Olympic champ Dalilah Muhammad along with World 5th placer Lea Sprunger and USA's Ashley Spencer and Rome DL winner Georganne Moline.
The field also includes USA's Olympic champ Kerron Clement. In total, there are 20 world champions and eight Olympic gold medalists . Distance action is highlighted by the Dream Mile with World champ Elijah Manangoi and Filip and Henrik Ingebrigsten. There is also a 1500 with Jakob Ingebristen (why isn't he in the main race?), Robby Andrews and Chris O'Hare. Emma Coburn and Courtney Frerichs take on Kenya's Hyvin Kiyeng in the steeple; Caster Semenya, Laura Muir and Francine Niyonsaba are in the 800. Other events include Mutaz Essa Barshim vs Danil Lysenko (the guy who beat him at World Indoors) in the HJ, Tom Walsh vs Ryan Crouser in the shot put, World gold and silver medalists Phyllis Francis and Bahrain's Salwa Eid Naser in the 400m.
The IAAF Run 24:1 starts in Auckland New Zealand and ends on the other side of the world in Vancouver, Canada. The USA run is in Los Angeles. *IAAF 24:1 24-Hour Live Stream