Ryan Crouser won the men’s shot put Friday night with a world-record heave of 76-8 1/4. The old mark of 75-10 1/4 had been held by Randy Barnes since 1990.
Woody Kincaid won the 10,000 (27:53.62) on Friday.
OMAHA, Neb. — Two-time Olympic gold medalist Caeleb Dressel won the men’s 100 butterfly final Saturday night at the U.S. Olympic trials for his second win of the week.
He had a time of 49.87 seconds. Tom Shields was second to earn the other Olympic berth in the event.
UVa’s Kate Douglass was fifth overall in the women’s 50 freestyle prelims (24.78) Saturday morning, with UVa signee Gretchen Walsh seventh (24.88). Both made the 16-woman semis.
Virginia Tech’s Caroline Bentz was 35th in those 50 freestyle prelims (25.87), with Tech’s Abby Larson 63rd.
UVa’s August Lamb finished 15th in the men’s 50 freestyle prelims (22.41) Saturday morning to advance to the 16-man semis. UVa’s Matt Brownstead was 25th (22.65).
Douglass finished seventh out of eight women in the 100 freestyle final Friday night (54.17). She did not earn a Tokyo berth in that event, but she had already earned a Tokyo trip by taking second in the 200 individual medley Wednesday.