2014 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships

June 26, 2014 to June 29, 2014
Sacramento, CA

True freshmen Allen is a football player and asked between NFL football and the Olympics he said, "That's the question. Making an NFL roster would be fun, but you have to ask 'Super Bowl or Olympics.' The Olympics is huge. It's something that happens every four years. The Super Bowl happens every year."

LRC Oregon Freshman Devon Allen Stuns As U.S. 110 Hurdle Champ In Sacramento

Allen ran a slightly wind-aided 13.16 to beat defending champ Ryan Wilson by .005; David Oliver was 3rd. Jeneba Tarmoh (you remember her from the 2012 dead heat fiasco) won the 200 (22.06) as Curtis Mitchell ran 20.13 to beat Wallace Spearmon (20.19). Inika Mcpherson gets HJ title in 2.00m PR (previous best 1.96m) beating Chaunte Lowe and Brigetta Barrett. Kori Karter takes 400H as Johnny Dutch wins for the men (48.93). Sam Kendricks the PV (5.75), Jeffery Henderson the LJ, Gia Lewis-Smallwood the discus and Sean Furey the javelin.

LRC Evan Jager Holds off Training Partner Dan Huling to Win Third Straight Steeple Title

Jager has run the steeple three times at USAs and has come away victorious each time. He had to work hard to do it though, as Huling was right with Jager for most of the last lap.

LRC Jenny Simpson Over Mary Cain, But The Talk is About Morgan Uceny Falling (Again)

Mary Cain put up a fight but Jenny Simpson was too good, yet all anyone could talk about was Morgan Uceny falling again. *Discuss the fall here *Watch here.

LRC Three Thoughts on The Fall and Duane Solomon's Dominant 800 Victory at 2014 USAs

There was a big fall, but no one was going to stop Duane Solomon from repeating as champion.

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