Also Cas Loxsom, Tylder Mulder, Ryan Martin, Charles Jock and John Gregorek.
Ryan Martin and Clayton Murphy were 1-2 in the 800 as Chanelle Price (800) and Kellyn Taylor (5000) also got gold. Overall, Team USA took home 47 medals (27 gold).
Clayton Murphy and Ryan Martin both won their 800 heats as did Chanelle Price.
*Throwers win gold during first Morning Session at NACAC Lolo Jones had the fastest time in the heats of the 100mH.
*Team USA prepares for NACAC Champs Andrew Wheating in the 1500, Lopez Lomong in the 5000, Shelby Houlihan and Rachel Schneider (1500), Ashley Higginson and Shalaya Kipp (steeple), Andy Bayer and Stanley Kebenei (steeple).
Murphy won in 1:47.19 over Colombia's Rafith Rodriguez (1:47.23) while Martin ran 1:47.73. In the women's 10,000, Desi Linden had to settle for silver behind Mexico's Brenda Flores. Flores ran 32:41.33 to Davila's 32:43.99.
*Quotes From Murphy, Martin, Linden And More
*MB: Linden 2nd at Pan Am 10000 m
Jeff Henderson (LJ), Shamier Little (400H), Kibwe Johnson (hammer) all took gold.
*Wednesday AM Recap Ryan Martin and Clayton Murphy win her 800 semis to make Thursday's final.
*USA Athlete Quotes From Montano And Other Medalists Montano said it was an "electric" experience losing to Bishop as she won gold on home soil.
*More USA Athlete Quotes Including Ryan Martin And Clayton Murphy
Schneider won the 1500 in 4:07.88 while Mary Cain made big improvements on her SB with 4:09.08 in 4th. Efraimson got the 800 victory in 2:01.11. Bahrain's Abraham Rotich won the men's 800 in 1:45.81 as NCAA champion Edward Kemboi was 3rd (1:46.94).
American distance runners competing include Mary Cain, Shelby Houlihan, Katie Mackey, Cory McGee, Heather Kampf and Ashley Higginson in the 1500, Alexa Efraimson in the 800. *Meet Website
Interviews with Ryan Hill, Shannon Rowbury, Chris Derrick, Evan Jager, Ben Blankenship, Cas Loxsom, Brycen Spratling, Ryan Martin, Erik Sowinski, Alysia Montano, Katie Mackey, Ajee Wilson, Jordan Hasay, Morgan Uceny, Thomas Scott, Robby Andrews, Harun Abda, Alexa Efraimson, Charlene Lipsey and more.
The men's 800 is one of the most exciting races in all of track and field. Tons of superstars and lots of diversity as men from seven different countries nabbed spots in our global top 10. Where is David Rudisha?
Zane Robertson was 4th (3:53.72) and Kyle Merber 5th (3:54.76). Molly Huddle won the women's mile in 4:26.8 as Phoebe Wright won the 800 in 2:01.91. Mark English took the 800 with 1:45.79 as US's Ryan Martin ran 1:45.79 for 2nd. Juan Luis Barrios won the 3K in 7:44.21 over Trevor Dunbar (7:45.09).
There was a big fall, but no one was going to stop Duane Solomon from repeating as champion.