All you need to know about the US Olympic trials

ATHLETICS All you need to know about the US Olympic trials

Abigael Wafula 22:39 - 23.02.2024

Here is everything you need to know about the American Olympic trials from the dates to the schedule of the events and purchasing of tickets.

Dates are already set ahead of the US Olympic trials which will certainly witness intense action among top American stars who will be vying for a slot in the Olympic squad.

American track and field athletes including Noah Lyles, Sha’Carri Richardson, and Christian Coleman cannot miss such an opportunity and the world will witness their abilities before the Olympic Games.

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Lyles and Coleman have already opened their seasons with the indoor races and they will both be in action at the World Indoor Championships in Glasgow, Scotland.

Triple World champion Lyles has proven to be on fire, setting a world-leading time and Personal Best time of 6.43 over the 60m distance. He edged out Coleman to second place at the US Indoor Championships and is not stopping.

On her part, Richardson is yet to open her season but is certainly burning the midnight oil to ensure she gives her fans the best once she starts competing.

The trials will take place over 10 days, from June 21 to 30, with two break days in between to help participants recuperate. The event will take place in two halves every day, the morning session and the evening session.

The event will happen at Hayward Field at the University of Oregon from sprints to distance races, jumps, and throws, and the schedule promises an electrifying array of events featuring the best athletes in the country as they compete for their chance to represent Team USA on the world’s #1 track and field team at Paris this summer.

More information concerning the schedules can be found here with further information available at All session tickets go on sale on February 20, with single-day tickets to be available at a later date.