2018 USATF Outdoors: Just by the numbers, Des Moines was impressive

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The 2018 USATF Outdoors, held June 21-24, 2018 at Drake Stadium in Des Moines, Iowa. It will also be the host in 2019. The performances, in a so called off year, were impressive. New stars, old stars and some surprise stars. Here's how the meet stacked up with the numbers, Meet records, Stadium records, World and American leaders as well!

Lyles_NoahFH1b-USAout18.jpGNoah Lyles battles Ronnie Baker, 100m WL, photo by PhotoRun.net

Wembley_ShakimaSF1b-USAo18.JPGShakima Wimbley, 400m WL, photo by PhotoRun.net

Price_DeannaR-USAout18.jpGDeana Price, Hammer Throw WL, photo by PhotoRun.net

To see the complete results, progressions, go to https://results.usatf.org/2018Outdoors/

To download the complete resuts pdf: 2018 Complete USATF Outdoor Results.pdf

2018 USATF OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS

SUNDAY, JUNE 24, Drake Stadium, Des Moines, Iowa

FINAL RECORD BREAKDOWN

AMERICAN RECORDS

Women's hammer throw -- 256-3 (78.12m), Deanna Price, NYAC. Old record 255-2 (77.78m), Gwen Berry, Nike, June 8, 2018. This also ranks No. 4 on all-time world list

USATF MEET RECORD RECORDS -2

Women's triple jump -- 47-10 1/2 (14.59), Keturah Orji, Georgia. Old record 47-5 (14.45m), Tiombe Hurd, Nike, 2004.

Women's hammer throw -- 256-3 (78.12m), Deanna Price, NYAC. Old record 248-5 (75.73), Amanda Bingson, Nike, 2013.

WORLD LEADING MARKS - 3

Men's 100 -- 9.88, Noah Lyles, adidas.

Women's 400 - 49.52, Shakima Wimbley

Women's Hammer Throw - 78.12m/256-3 Deanna Price, NYAC

U.S. LEADING MARKS - 6

Men's 100 - 9.88, Noah Lyles adidas

Decathlon -- 8,294, Zach Ziemek, adidas.

Women's Hammer Throw - 78.12m/256-3 DeAnna Price, NYAC

Men's 20K Race Walk - 1:24.53.37, Nick Christie

Men's discus - 225-1 (68.61m), Reggie Jagers, Iron Wood TC

Women's 200 - 22.22 (semifinals), Jenna Prandini, Puma

DRAKE STADIUM RECORDS-15

Women's 800 - 1:58.18, Ajee' Wilson, Adidas. Old record 1:58.67, Alysia Montano, 2013 USA Chamionships.

Men's discus - 225-1 (68.61m), Reggie Jagers, Iron Wood TC. Old record 211-11 (64.59m), Jagers, 2018 Drake Relays.

Women's 400 hurdles - 53.61, Shamier Little, Adidas. Old record 53.83, Dalilah Muhammad, 2013 USA Championships.

Women's triple jump -- 47-10 1/2 (14.59), Keturah Orji, Georgia. Old record 46-7 1/4 (14.20m), Ganna Demydova, Southern Mississippi, 2012 NCAA championships.

Men's 3,000 steeplechase - 8:20.10, Evan Jager, Nike/Bowerman TC. Old record 8:20.67, Jager, 2013.

Women's 20K Race Walk - 1:35.21.59 Maria Michta-Coffey, (old record-1:37:34.46 Maria Michta, 2013 USA Championships)

Men's 20K Race Walk - 1:24.53.37, Nick Christie (old record-1:30.13.06, Tim Seaman, 2013USA Outdoor Championships)

Men's 100 -- 9.88, Noah Lyles, adidas. Mike Rodgers, NIKE, ran 9.89 in Thursday's first round, Justin Gatlin ran 9.89 in the 2013 USATF Championships and Ngonidzashe Makusha of Florida State ran 9.89 in the 2011 NCAA championships.

Decathlon -- 8,294, Zach Ziemek, adidas. Old record 8,291, Ashton Eaton, 2013 USATF Championships.

Decathlon pole vault -- 17-6 1/2 (5.35m), Zach Ziemek, adidas, and Tim Ehrhardt, Michigan State. Old record 17-4 1/2 (5.30m), Gonzalo Barroilhet, Florida, 2012 NCAA championships.

Men's pole vault -- 19-2 1/4 (5.85m), Sam Kendricks, Nike. Old record 19-1 1/2 (5.83m), Kendricks, 2018 Drake Relays.

Women's 400 -- 49.52, Shakima Wimbley, adidas. Old record 49.64, Debbie Dunn, 2010 USA Championships.

Women's steeplechase -- 9:17.70, Emma Coburn, New Balance, 9:17.70. Old record 9:29.20, Jenny Barringer, Colorado, 2008 NCAA championships.

Women's hammer throw -- 256-3 (78.12m), DeAnna Price, NYAC. Old record 248-5 (75.73), Amanda Bingson, Nike, 2013 USA Championships.

Heptathlon shot put -- 48-8 (14.83m), Alex Gochenour, unattached. Old record 45-2 1/4 (13.77m), Sharon Day-Monroe, Asics, 2013 USATF Championships.

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