2012 U.S. Olympic Trials, Day 10 Recap, courtesy of RunBlogRun, notes by Larry Eder

Aries Merritt, photo by PhotoRun.net

The last day was a day of fast 200 meter runs, with Allyson Felix screaming a 21.69 for the 200 meter, and Wallace Spearmon flying through a 19.81. Aries Merritt's 12.93 in the 110 meter hurdles made the day a day of fast, fast finishes. Here is our recap of all the columns from Day ten of the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials. Eugene, Oregon, as always, was the perfect host. 

Allyson Felix Dominates with her 21.69 for 200 Meters
by Dick Patrick, note by Larry Eder

Felix, 21.69, Merritt, 12.93
by Alfons Juck, note by Larry Eder

Trevor Barron wins 20,000 meter Race Walk
by Elliott Denman, note by Larry Eder

Donnie Cowart, the Happiest Man Not Going to London
by Jon Gugala, note by Larry Eder

Christian Taylor's eyes have the glow of London gold (and don't discount William Claye either!)
by Roy Stevenson, note by Larry Eder

2012 US Olympic Trials Coverage: Morgan Uceny
by Mark Winitz, California Track & Field, note by Larry Eder

High Jump Dance Off, Lowe To Lead Strong Trio To London
by Dave Hunter, note by Larry Eder

2012 U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials, 20,000m race walk produces top results
by Mark Winitz, California Track & Running News, note by Larry Eder

2012 Euro Champs: Lavillenie clears 5.92m, 5.97m for World Leader in pv
by Alfons Juck, note by Larry Eder

TV Trials, July 1
by Jim Dunaway, note by Larry Eder

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