Record Watch: Shericka Jackson Takes Another Swing at 21.34s at Prefontaine Classic - Eugene Diamond League Final
Record Watch: Shericka Jackson Takes Another Swing at 21.34s at Prefontaine Classic - Eugene Diamond League Final

Shericka Jackson is set for one more run at Flo Jo’s 21.34 world 200m record and fans can follow the Eugene Diamond League Final – Prefontaine Classic Live Results, get the updated Startlist and Day 2 Schedule. Action on this Sunday (17 Sept).

Like in her previous race in Brussels, Shericka Jackson again won’t face any competitors in the 21-second range but is expected to meet challenges from Anthonique Strachan of the Bahamas, her training partner; Daryll Neita of Great Britain, and Americans Kayla White and Twanisha Terry. Jenna Prandini, who has a personal best of 21.89, is not considered a close contender. Also Read: Eugene Diamond League Final: Prefontaine Classic 2023 Schedule

In contrast, the men’s 200m is anticipated to be a much tighter contest featuring Americans Erriyon Knighton and Kenneth Bednarek, as well as Canadians Aaron Brown and Andre De Grasse. The field is further strengthened by the addition of rising star Letsile Tebogo from Botswana. ALSO READ: Shericka Jackson Aims for Double Gold at Prefontaine Classic

Epic Prefontaine Classic Duel: Grant Holloway and Hansle Parchment to Battle in 110m Hurdles

The men’s 110m hurdles is another event to watch closely, with American world champion Grant Holloway and Jamaica’s Olympic Games champion Hansle Parchment going head to head.

The women’s 100m hurdles will spotlight Jamaican world champion Danielle Williams, Puerto Rican Jasmine Camacho-Quinn, and Americans Kendra Harrison and Nia Ali, making it a must-see event at the meet.

Prefontaine Classic Day 2 Schedule

DateTimeEventEntry Link
17 September 202311:30High Jump WomenEntries/Results
17 September 202311:40Discus MenEntries/Results
17 September 202311:48Long Jump MenEntries/Results
17 September 202312:04800m MenEntries/Results
17 September 202312:17Men’s Para Athletics 100mEntries/Results
17 September 202312:28Women’s Para Athletics 100mEntries/Results
17 September 202312:395000m WomenEntries/Results
17 September 202312:57Pole Vault MenEntries/Results
17 September 202313:04400m Hurdles WomenEntries/Results
17 September 202313:08Discus WomenEntries/Results
17 September 202313:173000m MenEntries/Results
17 September 202313:37400m WomenEntries/Results
17 September 202313:42Long Jump WomenEntries/Results
17 September 202313:52110m Hurdles MenEntries/Results
17 September 202314:05100m Hurdles WomenEntries/Results
17 September 202314:09Shot Put MenEntries/Results
17 September 202314:19800m WomenEntries/Results
17 September 202314:36200m MenEntries/Results
17 September 202314:49200m WomenEntries/Results
17 September 202314:52Wanda Diamond League Award Ceremony
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