Olympic roundup: Medalist Felix fails to qualify in 200
Eugene, Ore – . — There will be no Olympic double for Allyson Felix.
Beaten to the line by 0.01 seconds for third place by a diving Jenna Prandini, Felix finished fourth in the 200 meters at Olympic trials and will not be able to defend her title.
Also off the table — the 200-400 Olympic double. Felix qualified last weekend for the 400, but had been dealing with a sore right ankle.
Tori Bowie and Deajah Stevens finished first and second.
“Honestly disappointed, you know?” Felix said.
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Jenny Simpson earned a spot on her third Olympic team with a victory in the 1,500 meters. Former Michigan star Amanda Eccleston finished fourth and missed qualifying by .03 seconds.
... Erik Kynard, who won the silver medal in the high jump at the London Games, won.
... Molly Huddle won the 5,000 meters in 15 minutes, 5.01 seconds. Huddle also won the 10,000 meters at the Trials last weekend.
... Jenn Suhr will get to defend her Olympic gold medal in the pole vault after winning. Kristen Hixson of Remus and former Grand Valley State standout finished ninth.
... New Jersey prep star Sydney McLaughlin became the first 16-year-old in 40 years to make the team with a third-place finish in the 400-meter hurdles. Dalilah Muhammad won in 52.88 seconds.
... Matthew Centrowitz won the 1,500 meters.
... Kerron Clement won the 400-meter hurdles.
Rickie Fowler took to Twitter to say he’s going to the Olympics. Patrick Reed confirmed at the Scottish Open that he will join him in Rio.
Now it’s up to Jordan Spieth.
With one day before the deadline to submit the American team for Rio, Spieth still has not made up his mind.
Ty Votaw, the vice president of the International Golf Federation, said the deadline to commit for the American team is 5 p.m. today at USOC headquarters in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
That would be midnight at Royal Troon, where Spieth is playing the British Open.
Two-time Masters champion Bubba Watson already has said he was going.
If Spieth chooses not to play, the fourth American would be Matt Kuchar.
... Gerina Pillar joined Lexi Thompson and Stacy Lewis on the U.S. women’s team.
France earned the final basketball spot in the Olympics, beating Canada, 83-74, on Sunday in the championship game of the Olympic qualifying tournament in Manila, Philippines.
Tony Parker of the Spurs scored 26 points for the French. Cory Joseph scored 20 for Canada.
Former Michigan All-American Jeff Porter took third in a photo finish in the men's 110-meter hurdles Saturday night to earn a spot in next month's Rio Olympics.
He'll join his wife, Tiffany (Ofili) Porter, and her younger sister, Cindy Ofili — both former Michigan stars themselves — competing in Rio. They qualified last month for Great Britain in the women's 100-meter hurdles.
Oregon’s Devon Allen won Saturday's men's final in 13.03.