🏆 36th Jim Bush USATF SoCal Track & Field Championships – Saturday, June 3 @ Pomona College

Olympic Stadium 2020 fireworks
Photo credit: World Athletics

Mt. SAC Relays alum shine brightly at Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Overall, MSR athletes win 42 medals, including 15 gold medals

The track & field competition at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics was quite simply thrilling, engaging and inspiring. Over ten days of competition from July 30 to August 8 in Olympic Stadium, three world records, 12 Olympic records, 28 area records and 151 national records were set in these history-making Games.

In Tokyo, there were 196 teams with more than 1,900 athletes competing in 48 events. A record 83 teams reached finals with 43 teams reaching the medal podium and 23 of those winning gold.

Mt. SAC Relays champion, record holder and fan favorite Allyson Felix capped her Olympic career with her 10th and 11th medals (7 gold), becoming the most decorated female track & field athlete ever!

Overall, Mt. SAC Relays Champions, Golden Games at Mt. SAC Champions and MSR alum earned a dazzling medal haul of 42, including 15 gold, 15 silver & 12 bronze. See the impressive list below. Athletes in bold denote Mt. SAC Relays or Golden Games at Mt. SAC Champions.

Photo credit: USATF

GOLD = 15
Valarie Allman (USA), Discus
Rai Benjamin (USA), 4x400m Relay
Jasmine Camacho-Quinn (PUR), 100m Hurdles
Michael Cherry (USA), 4x400m Relay
Andre De Grasse (CAN), 200m, also Canadian record (19.62)
Armand Duplantis (SWE), Pole Vault
Kendall Ellis (USA), 4x400m Relay
Allyson Felix (USA), 4x400m Relay
Lynna Irby (USA), 4x400m Relay
Sydney McLaughlin (USA), 400m H, WR (51.46); 4x400m Relay
Dalilah Muhammad (USA), 4x400m Relay

Katie Nageotte (USA), Pole Vault
Michael Norman (USA), 4x400m Relay
Vernon Norwood (USA), 4x400m Relay

Rai Benjamin (USA), 400m Hurdles, also U.S. record (46.17)
Teahna Daniels (USA), 4x100m Relay
Courtney Frerichs (USA), 3000m Steeplechase
English Gardner (USA), 4x100m Relay
Keni Harrison (USA), 100m Hurdles

Aleia Hobbs (USA), 4x100m Relay
Fred Kerley (USA), 100m
Joe Kovacs (USA), Shot Put
Dalilah Muhammad (USA), 400m Hurdles
Chris Nilsen (USA), Pole Vault

Javianne Oliver (USA), 4x100m Relay
Jenna Prandini (USA), 4x100m Relay
Brittney Reese (USA), Long Jump

Raven Saunders (USA), Shot Put
Gabby Thomas (USA), 4x100m Relay

Paul Chelimo (USA), 5000m
Andre De Grasse (CAN), 100m & 4x100m Relay
Alison dos Santos (BRA), 400m Hurdles, also Brazilian record (46.72)
Kendall Ellis (USA), 4x400m mixed Relay
Allyson Felix (USA), 400m
Elija Godwin (USA), 4x400m mixed Relay
Lynna Irby (USA), 4x400m mixed Relay
Noah Lyles (USA), 200m

Vernon Norwood (USA), 4x400m mixed Relay
Raeyvn Rogers (USA), 800m
Gabby Thomas (USA), 200m

Complete Tokyo 2020 results, medal table and more HERE.