2004 United States Olympic Trials (track and field)
|2004 United States Olympic Trials|
|Host city||Sacramento, California, United States|
|Date(s)||June 9–July 18|
|Main stadium||Hornet Stadium|
|Events||40 (men: 20; women: 20)|
The 2004 United States Olympic Trials for track and field were held at Hornet Stadium in Sacramento, California. Organised by USA Track and Field, the ten-day competition lasted from July 9 until July 18 and served as the national championships in track and field for the United States.
The results of the event determined qualification for the American Olympic team at the 2004 Summer Olympics, held in Athens. Provided they had achieved the Olympic "A" standard, the top three athletes gained a place on the Olympic team. In the event that a leading athlete did not hold an "A" standard, or an athlete withdrew, the next highest finishing athlete with an "A" standard was selected instead.
The trials for the men's marathon were held February 7 in Birmingham, Alabama, the women's marathon were held April 23 in St Louis and the trials for the men's 50 km race walk were held February 15 in Chula Vista, California.
Key: . Athlete without "A" standard, not selected
|100 metres||Maurice Greene||9.91||Justin Gatlin||9.92||Shawn Crawford||9.93|
|200 metres||Shawn Crawford||19.99||Justin Gatlin||20.01||Bernard Williams||20.30|
|400 metres||Jeremy Wariner||44.37||Otis Harris||44.67||Derrick Brew||44.69|
|800 metres||Jonathan Johnson||1:44.77||Khadevis Robinson||1:44.91||Derrick Peterson||1:45.08|
|1500 metres||Alan Webb||3:36.13||Charlie Gruber||3:38.45||Rob Myers≠||3:38.93|
|5000 metres||Tim Broe||13:27.36||Jonathon Riley||13:30.85||Bolota Asmerom≠||13:32.77|
|10,000 metres[a]||Meb Keflezighi||27:36.49 CR||Abdi Abdirahman||27:55.00||Dan Browne||28:07.47|
|110 metres hurdles||Terrence Trammell||13.09||Duane Ross||13.21||Allen Johnson||13.25|
|400 metres hurdles||James Carter||47.68||Angelo Taylor||48.03||Bennie Brazell||48.05|
|3000 metres steeplechase||Daniel Lincoln||8:15.02 CR||Anthony Famiglietti||8:17.91||Robert Gary||8:19.46|
|20 km walk||Tim Seaman||1:27:08.00||John Nunn||1:28:20.00||Kevin Eastler||1:29:17.00|
|High jump||Jamie Nieto||2.33 m||Matt Hemingway||2.30 m||Tora Harris||2.27 m|
|Pole vault||Timothy Mack||5.90 m||Toby Stevenson||5.85 m||Derek Miles||5.80 m|
|Long jump||Dwight Phillips||8.28 m||Tony Allmond||8.10 m||John Moffitt||8.07 m|
|Triple jump||Melvin Lister||17.78 m||Kenta Bell||17.63 m||Rafeeq Curry||17.58 m|
|Shot put||Adam Nelson||21.64 m||Reese Hoffa||21.14 m||John Godina||21.08 m|
|Discus throw||Jarred Rome||65.77 m||Ian Waltz||64.69 m||Casey Malone||64.47 m|
|Hammer throw||James Parker||77.58 m||A. G. Kruger||76.02 m||Travis Nutter||72.46 m|
|Javelin throw||Breaux Greer||82.39 m||Brian Chaput≠||79.81 m||Leigh Smith≠||76.38 m|
|Decathlon||Bryan Clay||8660||Tom Pappas||8517||Paul Terek||8312|
- a As winner Meb Keflezighi chose not to compete in the 10,000 metres event at the Olympics, 22nd placed Dathan Ritzenhein, who had the "A" standard of 27:49.00 from a previous race, was included in the Olympic team.
- b Deena Kastor chose to focus on the marathon and so was not entered in the 10,000 metres in Athens.
- c Women's 3000 metre steeplechase was not an event at the 2004 Summer Olympics.
- d As third placed Akiba McKinney did not have the "A" standard of 6.70 m, fourth placed Rose Richmond was included in her the Olympic team
- e Shakeema Walker and Vanitta Kinard did not have the "A" standard of 14.20 m, so sixth placed Yuliana Perez was included.
- f As third placed Amber Campbell did not have the "A" standard of 67.50 m, fourth placed Jackie Jeschelnig was included in the team.
- "Olympic Qualifying Standards 2004". Gbrathletics.com. Retrieved 2012-07-17.
- "Events - 2004 U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Men's Marathon". USATF. Retrieved 2012-07-17.
- "Events - 2004 U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Women's Marathon". USATF. 2004-04-03. Retrieved 2012-07-17.
- "Events - 2004 U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Track & Field". USATF. Retrieved 2012-07-17.