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Kenya Still King of 800

Emmanuel Korir put his 400 speed to good use in a tactical 800 final as Clayton Murphy and Nijel Amos were last and second to last respectively.

Men's 200 Final
Men's 800

A day after the men produced a historically good 400h, the women did it as well. Gold #1 for McLaughlin as Dalilah Muhammad (51.58) crushed the old world record (51.90) and Femke Bol (52.03) came close.

(updated) Athing Mu delivered an American record gold medal performance on the biggest stage possible while fellow 19 year-old Keely Hodgkinson got silver and American Raevyn Rogers PRd for bronze.

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    Wednesday US Viewing Guide

    Click above to learn how to watch on demand. Below is a schedule and links for Tuesday's upcoming action.

    Time (East)SEXEVENTTV/ Stream
    5:30 AMMDecathlonPeacock / Stream
    6:00 AMW1500 SFPeacock / Stream
    6:05 AMWHeptathlonPeacock / Stream
    6:30 AMW400 SFPeacock / Stream
    7:00 AMW3000 Steeple FPeacock / Stream
    7:15 AMMHammer Throw FPeacock / Stream
    8:05 AMM800 FPeacock / Stream
    8:55 AMM200 FPeacock / Stream

    Some fairly big names struggled, one fell, and Yared Nuguse did not start. Updated with quotes/ analysis.

    Warholm's WR overshadowed everything else in Tokyo on the first session of day 5 but we still recap it here for you.

    Camacho's-Quinn's near-perfect season continued but she came up short in her WR quest, the men's LJ was extremely dramatic and Shericka Jackson was surprisingly eliminated in the women's 200.

    Sifan Hassan, running 12 hours before the 5,000m final, fell on the final lap, picked herself up and still won her heat.

    Tokyo Sprint Stuff
    Tokyo Olympics

    FloJo’s 33-year-old 10.62 Olympic record is gone as Thompson-Herah moved to #2 on the all-time list. Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce earned her 4th Olympic 100m medal by taking silver in 10.74.

    Ross let up at the line and missed out on the final auto spot in his heat by .03. China’s Lijiao Gong won the women’s shot put as the USA’s Raven Saunders & New Zealand’s Valerie Adams took silver & bronze.

    Should Hassan pull off triple gold, it would automatically become the greatest accomplishment in the history of women's distance running. But with Faith Kipyegon, Gudaf Tsegay, Hellen Obiri, and Letesenbet Gidey standing in her way, she's no lock for gold in any event.

    Tokyo Field Event News
    Tokyo COVID Stuff
    Assorted Tokyo Distance News
    USATF Gave Out A Lot Of Money This Year
      RIP
      US Sprinters Bomb
      800 Semis

      Athing Mu is your gold medal favorite and American great Ajee Wilson did not make the Olympic 800m final.

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      Jake Riley's rise to the top of the US marathoning world has not been an easy one. He's got his sights set even higher in Tokyo.

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