At the 2021 US Olympic Track and Field Championships, 21-year-old Sh’Kari Richardson won an impressive victory at the Hayward Field in Oregon to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics in the women’s 100m. He completed 10.86 seconds of the US Olympic Railway Tests in 2021 to earn his place on the US team. Although it was slower than his 10.64-second run in the semifinals, it was enough to win.
This year was the ninth fastest time in the world. Shelley-Ann Fraser-Price from J is currently the fastest woman (10.63 seconds).
Jav aviana Oliver եհ Tehna Daniels in 2021 finished second and third places respectively in the US Olympic Railway Review in 2021. And they will join Richardson in the Tokyo Olympic team.
Sha’Carri Richardson is a serious contender for gold medals at the Tokyo Olympics
Sha’Carri Richardson will be a serious contender for the Tokyo Olympics. For 25 years, the United States has not won Olympic gold in the women’s 100m. It was won by Gail Devers at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, which was also his second in a row. Richardson will be the best blow to the United States to stop the drought.
The 5’1 “Dallas sprint came on the international stage in 2021 with a combination of jaw-dropping times. Sha’Carri Richardson has three of the six fastest times in the world this year. 72 seconds.
He poses a great threat to two-time Olympic champion Fraser-Price.
2021 US Olympic athletics trials. Results. Valerie Alman shines on the disc
Valerie Alman dominated the discus exercises at the 2021 US Olympic Railroad Tests to qualify for the Tokyo Games. His victorious throw was 69.92 meters. The third farthest distance was in 2021. Interestingly, Almann has the second best throw of the season (70.01 meters), behind the Netherlands or Van Kilinken (70.22 meters).
Mikaela Hazloud took second place, and Rachel Dinkoff took third place in the US Olympic Railway Tests 2021. Alman and Dinkoff currently have Olympic standards.
2021 Results of US Olympic athletics tests.
Sha’Carri Richardson (10.86 cc.)
Jav aviana Oliver (10.99s)
Teahna Daniels (11.03 sec)
Women’s discus throw
Valar Alman (69.92 m)
Mikaela Hazlwood (62.5m)
Rachel Dinkoff (60.2m)