Jenna Prandini of the University of Oregon set a world lead of 10.92 in the 100m, and also won the women’s 200m in 22.42, defeating pros Phyllis Francis (22.70), English Gardner (22.74) and Kimberlyn Duncan (22.83).
Jeff Henderson also set a world lead with his long jump of 8.50m/27-10.75. Amanda Smock picked up a triple jump crown after her mark of 13.87m/45-06.25.
Brenda Martinez cruised to a 2:00.83 in the women’s 800m for first place, and Dalilah Muhammad ran 57.15 in the women’s 400mH to win by more than two seconds.
In the women’s 1500m, Sarah Brown’s 4:08.15 edged out finishes of 4:08.51 by Stephanie Brown and 4:09.43 by Alexa Efraimson.
Duane Solomon was first in the men’s 600m with his time of 1:15.44, and Diego Estrada won the men’s 5,000m in 13:31.64.
Aleec Harris won the men’s 110mH at 13.23 (+1.8), defeating a field that included Olympian Ryan Wilson and 2014 World Indoor 60mH champion Omo Osaghae.
In women’s relays, the Nike A team of Mandy White, English Gardner, Kimberlyn Duncan and Blessing Okagbare posted a 43.05 to win the 4×100, the third-fastest time both in the country and in the world in 2015. The women’s 4x400m team of Kori Carter, Allyson Felix, Magnolia Howell and Carol Rodriguez finished in 3:30.84 for the sixth-fastest time in the world this year.
The men’s 4x400m Jack Rabbit Elite Team A of James Howell, Kind Butler, Joey Hughes and Bryshon Nellum turned in a top time in 3:03.14.
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