Distance entries include Jordan Hasay and Treniere Moser (1500/800), Alexi Pappas (1500), Matthew Maton (1500) and Cas Loxsom (800). *Full Entries
Heather Kampf, Gabe Grunewald, Morgan Uceny also in the field.
*Video Interview With Meet Director Brian Brown On The Race
The 3000 has Matthew Centrowitz, Lawi Lalang, Stephen Sambu Cam Levins Trevor Dunbar and Hassan Mead. Eric Jenkins vs Ben Blankenship in the 1500, Andrew Wheating in the 800, and Shannon Rowbury, Treniere Moser and Geena Gall in the women's 800.
*Allyson Felix Vs Jenna Prandini And English Gardner In The 60m
*Full Meet Entries
Brenda Martinez talked to Treniere Moser pre-race about helping to make it fast, but Moser was treating it as a workout, doubling back from the 800.
Plus quotes from Treniere Moser, Sharon Day-Monroe, Natasha Hastings, and Mary Saxer.
In other mid-d action, UK's Laura Muir put a disappointing season month behind her to win the mile in 4:34.84 over a solid field that included Kenya's Hellen Obiri (4th in 4:36.23). Brie Felnagle was 5th and Treniere Moser 7th. In the men's mile Germany's Homiyu Tesfaye ran 4:00.92 to beat Asbel Kiprop (4:01.09) and Garrett Heath (4:01.22).
USA swept the top 6 places with Latavia Thomas, Kate Grace and Morgan Uceny 3-6. Kenya's Anthony Chemut won the 1000 in 2:18.20 as Ryan Gregson was 4th. Dorian Ulrey was the top American in 9th (2:19.69) as Elijah Greer was 10th, Erik Sowinski 12th, Mac Fleet 14th (2:21.18).
Cain should beat her, but Cranny did run 4:10 this year. The real focus of the race though will be the battle between Abeba Aregawi, Hellen Obiri and Jenny Simpson. 3:56 woman Faith Kipyegon, 800 world champ Eunice Sum, Brenda Martinez and Treniere Moser are also in the field
She faces Jenny Simpson, Hellen Obiri, Faith Kipyegon, Eunice Sum, Brenda Martinez, Treniere Moser and more.