Talitha Diggs, Abby Steiner, Britton Wilson, and Sydney McLaughlin made up the champions relay team.
The 20-year-old followed up her gold medal from Tokyo last summer with a performance she didn't know she had in her.
The American phenom came in fifth in a deep and superspeedy field.
A single photo illustrates all those finish line feels.
Coburn finishes eighth in the World Championships steeplechase. Norah Jeruto of Kazakhstan pulled out a record-breaking win.
Union Athletic Club teammates Sinclaire Johnson and Jessica Hull finished sixth and seventh respectively.
A team effort pushed the Americans to three top-eight finishes.
Other race standouts, Sifan Hassan and Karissa Schweizer both credit their success today to taking a long break from running after last summer's Olympic Games.
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Abby Steiner, Tamara Clark, and Jenna Prandini will represent the United States at the World Athletics Championships.
The three women are some of the best—potentially of all-time.
Talitha Diggs, Kendall Ellis, and Lynna Irby give rise to a new generation of 400-meter speed.
Aleia Hobbs, Melissa Jefferson, and Twanisha Terry race in less than 11 seconds.
A double-up, a worlds debut, and a fan favorite are headed to Eugene.
Karissa Schweizer, Alicia Monson, and Natosha Rogers are representing Team USA in a stacked 10K field.
Sinclaire Johnson and two 2020 Olympians--Elle Purrier and Cory McGee--will compete in the 1500m on behalf of Team USA.