Official Site for the 2012 US Olympic Trials  - Track & Field  June 21 - July 1, 2012

Women's 100m Hurdles at a Glance


Top Contenders Time
Dawn Harper 12.47
Kelli Wells 12.55
Virginia Powell 12.66
Lolo Jones 12.67
Kristi Castlin 12.68
Christina Manning 12.68
Bridgette Owens 12.71
Brianna Rollins 12.73
Nia Ali 12.73
Women's 100m Hurdles Prelims
Day 1 - June 22, 2012 at 5:40pm
Top 18 advance to Semi-Finals
Women's 100m Hurdles Semi-Finals
Day 2 - June 23, 2012 at 3:15pm
Top 8 advance to Finals at 5:45pm
Women's 100m Hurdles Finals
Day 2 - June 23, 2012 at 5:45pm
Olympic A Standard: 12.96 seconds

Events at a Glance

  Men Women
  100m 100m
  200m 200m
  400m 400m
  800m 800m
  1,500m 1,500m
  5,000m 5,000m
  10,000m 10,000m
  20k Race Walk 20k Race Walk
  3,000m Steeple 3,000m Steeple
  110m Hurdles 100m Hurdles
  400m Hurdles 400m Hurdles
  High Jump High Jump
  Pole Vault Pole Vault
  Long Jump Long Jump
  Triple Jump Triple Jump
  Shot Put Shot Put
  Discus Discus
  Hammer Throw Hammer Throw
  Javelin Javelin
  Decathlon Heptathlon


Day 1 Qualifying Review:

Kellie Wells established herself well in this preliminary round, recording the fastest time of the day at 12.68. 2008 Olympic Champion Dawn Harper and Christina Manning also advance with strong performances. 2008 Trials champion Lolo Jones was able to grab the final automatically qualifying spot in her heat. She does make the semi-finals but must show some significant improvement if she is to secure a spot for London. The semi-finals will be Saturday with the top 8 advancing the finals later in the evening.


The women's 100m hurdles looks to be a very closely contested affair at the Trials. Coming into Eugene, 10 women are separated by 0.3 seconds in this race. The field is led by Dawn Harper who is the defending 2008 Olympic champion and won bronze in at last year's World Championships. Others in this tightly bunched field include 2011 world silver medalist Danielle Carruthers, Kellie Wells, Kristi Catlin, Virginia Powell and Lolo Jones. NCAA Champion Christina Manning of Ohio State is a young talent worth keeping an eye on.


How to make the Olympic Team?

Top three athletes with the Olympic A Standard will make Team USA. You must have the Olympic A Standard.