The three women are some of the best—potentially of all-time.
It was down to the last 50 meters today at the U.S. championships.
The top three finishers in each event will qualify for the World Championships, which will be held on U.S. soil for the first time at the end of July.
At the Penn Relays, Sophia Gorriaran lined up against an all-star field to set a new 600-meter high school record.
“Your time is now” is Mu’s oft-repeated mantra, one she credits with changing her mindset and improving her performance.
It's basically the second Olympics. Here's everything you need to know about how, when, and who to watch.
All four women already made history at the Tokyo Olympics. In the final event on the women’s athletics schedule, they teamed up to do it again—together.
They bring home the first 800m medals for the Americans since 1988. Two out of the three podium finishers are 19 years old.
The 19-year-old is a first-time Olympian, but she’s capable of winning gold.
Athing Mu has shattered collegiate records and heading into the Olympics, she's fastest woman for 800 meters in the world this year.
We’ve all waited a long time for this. Sit back and enjoy the show.
Ending on a Fast Note: The 800-Meter Final Caps the Women’s Middle Distance Events at the 2021 Olympic Trials
All eyes will be on Athing Mu, the teenaged pro, to see if she can make her first Olympic team.