A look at how athletes with Washington connections fared in the U.S. Olympic track and field trials Saturday in Eugene, Ore.: Blessing Ufodiama: Former Washington...
A look at how athletes with Washington connections fared in the U.S. Olympic track and field trials Saturday in Eugene, Ore.:
Blessing Ufodiama: Former Washington State athlete qualified for the final in the women’s triple jump at 42-8 ¾.
Shaniae Lakes: Former Washington athlete failed to qualify in the women’s triple jump, fouling on her first two attempts before a 40-1 ¼ leap
Jordan Boase: Former Washington athlete was scratched from the start of the men’s 400-meter semifinals
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Chris Randolph: Former Seattle Pacific athlete finished seventh in the decathlon with 7,468 points. His final-day marks were 15.28 in the 110-meter hurdles; 148-9 in the discus; 15-1 in the pole vault; 199-6 in the javelin and 4:48.09 in the 1,500 meters.
Bryan Clay: Athlete who trains occasionally in Seattle fell in the 110 hurdles and finished 12th in the decathlon with 7,092 points.
Ginnie Powell-Crawford: Former Rainier Beach and USC competitor finished fourth in the 100 hurdles in 12.90.
Mark Wieczorek: Gig Harbor High distance coach qualified for men’s 800 final, clocking 1:46.48.
Sarah Porter: Former Western Washington runner failed to finish in the women’s 10,000-meter final on Friday