Alan Webb displayed a sizzling kick in the finishing straight of the men's 1500m to win in 3:34.82, breaking Steve Scott's meet record of 3:34.92 set in 1982 and winning his third career national title.
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Breaux Greer's throw of 299 feet, 6 inches broke his own American record, set only a month ago.
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Tyson Gay (far left) cemented his status as the world's dominant sprinter. On Friday he won the men's 100m in 9.84 seconds, shattering the meet record of 9.90 jointly held by Maurice Greene and Leroy Burrell. It was also the fastest 100m in the world this year. On Sunday he ran the second fastest 200m in history, 19.62.
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The steeplechase field negotiates the water jump.
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Joshua McAdams celebrates winning the steeplechase in a time of 8:24.46.
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Wallace Spearmon, the World Championships silver medalist and defending U.S. champion in the 200, finished second at nationals in 19.89.
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Simidele Adeagbo is all concentration during the triple jump.
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Sanya Richards qualified for the women's 400m final with one of the fastest times in 2007, but she couldn't repeat her effort in the final, fading to 4th place behind winner Dee Dee Trotter.
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2003 world champion Torri Edwards displayed an impressive return to form in the women's 100m. At age 30, the 2003 U.S. 100 and 200 champion led from start to finish, winning in 11.02.
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To the victor go the spoils, a gold medal, flowers and a turkey leg? Reese Hoffa, the 2006 World Indoor champion, dominated the men's shot put. His fifth throw, 70 feet, 5.25 inches, was the farthest of the day.
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Dee Dee Trotter upset the women's 400m field, winning her first national title in a world-leading and personal-best time of 49.64.
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Tianna Madison's jump of 6.57m placed her fifth in the women's long jump. Grace Upshaw won the competition with a distance of 6.75m.
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In a race that featured the world's top two hurdlers, 2007 world leader and defending U.S. champion Ginnie Powell (center) prevailed over reigning world champion Michelle Perry. Powell took an early lead and stayed strong through the finish, winning in 12.63 with Perry at 12.72. U.S. indoor champion Lolo Jones was third in 12.79.
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Virginia Powell shades herself with the American flag after winning the women's 100m hurdles in 12.63.
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Overcoming a slow start, world champion Allyson Felix showed her gold-medal form in the women's 200m final. She went on to win in 22.34 seconds.
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(Left to right) Linnie Yarbrough, Anwar Moore and David Oliver power over the 100m hurdles during heat 2. While Yarbough failed to qualify for the final, Oliver went on to finish third in the event.
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The 800 final was a tight race with Alysia Johnson, the NCAA indoor and outdoor champion, edging Hazel Clark with a winning time of 1:59.47 to Clark's 1:59.60.
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Deena Kastor easily outpaced the field in the 10,000. Her winning time was 31:57.00.
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Khadevis Robinson put on a brilliant display in the 800, leading from start to finish and winning in 1:44.37 to secure his fourth national title.
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Walter Davis's jump of 8.24m placed fourth in the long jump final.
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A close finish in the women's steeplechase saw Jennifer Barringer edge out Anna Willard in a time of 9:34.64
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Angelo Taylor (left) and LaShawn Merritt sprint for the finish in the 400. Taylor held on to win in a time of 44.05 seconds.
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