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The 2022 IAAF World Championships will be held Friday, July 15 through Sunday, July 24 in Eugene, Oregon at Hayward Field at the University of Oregon. This year marks the first time an outdoor World Athletics Championships will be held on US soil, and viewers can look forward to seeing an extravaganza of talent as the best and brightest stars from around the world come together to compete .

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Below are just a few of the top US names competing in the 2022 IAAF World Championships along with a list of featured events for each day.

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US Stars at the 2022 World Athletics Championships:

Christian Coleman (26, Atlanta, Georgia) – 100m men: The reigning world 100m champion is returning to action after serving an 18-month suspension – including the Tokyo Olympics – for “stay misses” or missed drug tests (Coleman never tested positive for a banned substance).

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Noah Lyles (24, Alexandria, Virginia) – 200m men: Noah Lyles travels to Eugene, Oregon with a Worlds Wild Card where he will attempt to defend his 200-meter world title. The Japanese anime enthusiast made his Olympic debut in Tokyo, where he took home the bronze medal in the 200m behind the Canadian Andre de Grasse and american Kenny Bednarek.

Dalilah Muhammad (32, Queens, New York) – women’s 400-meter hurdles: Three-time Olympic medalist (two gold, one silver) Dalilah Muhammad is not only the reigning world champion, but also one of only two athletes to ever run the women’s 400-meter hurdles in under 52 seconds. The former USC All-American from Queens won the silver medal at the Tokyo Olympics and also won gold in the 4x400m relay when he ran the third stage.

Sydney McLaughlin (22, Dunellen, New Jersey) – women’s 400-meter hurdles: After winning the gold medal and setting a world record of 51.46 in the Tokyo Olympics final, two-time Olympic champion Sydney McLaughlin (400m hurdles, 4 x 400m relay) will be looking to add an individual world title to her impressive resume. Former Kentucky wildcat and new husband Andre Levrone Jr., a former wide receiver, married in Virginia on May 6.

Grant Holloway (24, Chesapeake, Virginia) – men’s 110-meter hurdles: Grant Holloway aims to defend his 2019 world title and become the first repeat world champion at the event since America Allen Johnson (2001/2003). Holloway was the gold medal favorite at the Tokyo Olympics, finishing second to Jamaica Hansle parchment.

Devon Allen (27, Phoenix, Arizona) – men’s 110-meter hurdles: Former Oregon Duck Devon Allen is hoping to win his first world title after placing 4th at the Tokyo Olympics and 7th at the 2019 World Championships. In June, Allen ran 12.84 to win the 110-meter hurdles at the NYC Grand Prix, making him the third-fastest man ever at the event. In addition to athletics, Allen played wide receiver in Oregon, and in April he signed a contract with the Philadelphia Eagles and plans to balance the two sports this summer.

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Allyson Felix (36, Los Angeles, California) – 400m, women’s 4x400m relay: After her fifth Tokyo Olympic appearance (and first as a mother), Allyson Felix announced in April that this will be her final season. The 11-time Olympic medalist is the most decorated woman and American athlete in the history of Olympic athletics. With 13 world titles, Felix already has the most world titles of any track and field athlete, male or female, and is now looking to earn another, likely in the women’s 4x400m relay.

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DeAnna Price (29, Troy, Missouri) – women’s hammer throw: Two-time Olympian DeAnna Price returns to the world stage to defend her title in the women’s hammer throw. In 2019, she became the first American to win a world title (or a world medal of any kind) at the event. Price, who struggled with a painful bruised bone during trials and games, finished 8th at the Tokyo Olympics.

Ryan Crouser (29, Boring, Oregon) – men’s shot put: Two-time reigning Olympic shot put gold medalist Ryan Crouser currently holds the indoor and outdoor world records at the event and is aiming for the world title after finishing second at the 2019 World Championships, just an inch behind Joe Kovacs (Nazareth, Pennsylvania).

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  • When: Friday 15th July to Sunday 24th July
  • Where: Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon
  • Watch: NBC and Peacock

Selected events of the IAAF World Championships 2022:

Friday 15th July – Day 1

  • Preliminary rounds and heats over 100 m men
  • Men’s Shot Put Qualification
  • 4 x 400m mixed relay and finals

Saturday 16th July – Day 2

  • 10,000m women
  • Men’s 110-meter hurdles
  • Men’s 400m hurdles
  • Women’s 100 meter heats
  • Women’s Shot Put Final
  • Men’s 100 meter final

Sunday 17th July – Day 3

  • Hammer final of the women
  • 10,000m men
  • men marathon
  • Men’s shot put final
  • Men’s 110m hurdles semi-finals and finals
  • Women’s pole vault final
  • Women’s 100m semifinals and finals

Monday 18 July – Day 4

  • Women’s Marathon
  • Men’s 200 meter heats
  • Men’s high jump final
  • Women’s 200 meter heats
  • Women’s Triple Jump Final
  • heptathlon
  • Men’s Steeplechase Final
  • Women’s 1500m Final

Tuesday 19th July – Day 5

  • Women’s 400m hurdles
  • Women’s high jump final
  • Women’s 200m Semifinals
  • Men’s 200m Semifinals
  • Men’s 1500m Final

Wednesday July 20 – Day 6

  • Women’s 5000 meter heats
  • Men’s 800 meter heats
  • Women’s 400m hurdles semifinals
  • Women’s discus final
  • Women’s 400m Semifinals
  • Women’s Steeplechase Final

Thursday 21st July – Day 7

  • Women’s 800 meter heats
  • Men’s Triple Jump Qualification
  • Men’s 800m Semifinals
  • Women’s 200m Final
  • Men’s 200m Final

Friday, July 22 – Day 8

  • Men’s Pole Vault Qualification
  • Women’s 4 x 100m relay
  • Men’s 4 x 100m relay
  • Women’s 800m Semifinals
  • Women’s 400m Final
  • Men’s 400 meter final
  • Women’s 400m hurdles final

Saturday 23rd July – Day 9

  • Women’s 4 x 400m relay
  • Men’s 4 x 400m relay
  • Men’s triple jump final
  • Men’s 800 meter final
  • Women’s 5000m Final
  • Women’s 4x100m relay final
  • Men’s 4x100m relay final

Sunday 24th July – Day 10

  • Women’s 100m hurdles semifinals and finals
  • Men’s Pole Vault Final
  • Women’s 800 Meters Final
  • decathlon
  • Men’s 4 x 400m relay
  • Women’s 4 x 400m relay

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