Little 53.51 WL
EUGENE (USA, Jun 11): NCAA Champs ended with women day and World leading 53.51 (also a PB) of World medalist Shamier Little at 400 m hurdles was the highlight. Second Kiah Seymour 54.67 PB with Canadian Sage Watson third 54.85 and also sub 55 for Autumne Franklin 54.91 PB and another Canadian Chanice Chase 54.94 PB. In women triple jump new US record for Keturah Orji 14.53 (+1.2). Ariana Washington got sprint double with windy 10.95 (+2.6) and legal 22.21 PB (+1.9). Second place in the 100 m Ashley Henderson 10.96 over Morolake Akinosun 11.07. In the 200 m second Deajah Stevens 22.25 PB and third Gabrielle Thomas 22.47 PB over Akinosun 22.54. Courtney Okolo fulfilled 400 m favorite role in 50.36 ahead of Taylor Ellis-Watson 50.86 and Shakima Wimbley 51.43. Puertorican record holder Jasmine Camacho-Quinn was the best over the hurdles with windy 12.54 (+3.8) ahead of Nigerian Tobi Amusan 12.79. LSU won short relay in 42.65 beating USC 42.90, Oregon 42.91 and Texas AM 42.95. In the 4×400 m Texas in 3:27.64 was the best ahead of Arkansas 3:27.94. Excellent 9:24.41 PB by Courtney Frerichs to win the steeple. PortugalÂ´s Marta Freitas was the best in the 1500 m in 4:09.53 just 0.01 over Elise Cranny 4:09.54, for both life-time bests. Raevyn Rogers got the 800 m 2:00.75 and Dominiques Scott after 10 km also the 5000 m for the South African 15:57.07. In remaining technical events wins for Jamaican Kimberly Williamson in high jump 188 and Kelsey Card 63.52 PB in discus over Jamaican Kellion Knibb 61.44 national record. Kendell Williams scored 6225 points personal best to top the heptathlon. Second Erica Bougard 6088 and third Akela Jones 6063.