Tyson Gay won a spot on the Olympic squad with a blistering 100 meter run that clocked in at 9.68 seconds. It was the fastest 100 meters run in history, but will not be counted as a world record because the tailwind exceeded the legal limit.
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Tiffany Ross-Williams is headed to Beijing after she won the 400 meter hurdles in 54.03 seconds.
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Torri Edwards, Lauryn Williams, Muna Lee
Lauryn Williams, Muna Lee and Torri Edwards qualified for Beijing in the 100-meters. Lee led with a time of 10.85, .05 seconds faster than Edwards and Williams.
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Derek Miles won the Olympic trials with a jump of 19 feet, one-quarter inches Sunday. He'll be joined by Jeff Hartwig, the 40-year-old former recordholder, and Brad Walker.
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With a triple jump of 47 feet, 2 1/2 inches, Shani Marks punched her ticket to Beijing.
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Race favorite Shalane Flanagan conquered the 10K field to earn a spot in Beijing -- she'll also try for a spot in the 5K Monday.
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Katie Hoff finished the 400 IM in 4:31.12, breaking a world mark of 4:31.46 set March 22 by Australia's Stephanie Rice.
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In the 100-meter breaststroke semifinals, world-record holder Brendan Hansen finished in 59.24, coming close to his record of 59.13.
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In the first of seven events he'll swim at the Trials, Michael Phelps broke his own world record in the 400 IM. Don't be too shocked. "Michael is kind of a world-record machine," said longtime teammate Katie Hoff.
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