Whitney Ashley qualified for the discus final on her first attempt Friday (VEGARD WIVESTAD GROTT/AFP/Getty Images)
Saturday marks the second day of the 2016 U.S. Track & Field Olympic Trials in Eugene, Oregon, and Olympic qualifiers in three events will be determined. The finals of the women’s discus, women’s 10,000-meter and the women’s long jump competitions will be held Saturday, beginning with the discus competition at approximately 1:45 p.m. Eastern.
The top 12 competitors from Friday’s qualifying round advance to Saturday’s final in the discus, with Whitney Ashley leading the way. Ashley, who won an outdoor national title in the discus at San Diego State in 2012, qualified for the final on her first throw Friday with a distance of 61.16 meters (200 feet, eight inches).
The women’s 10,000 meter final is scheduled to begin at approximately 2:04 p.m. Eastern, with the field consisting of 24 competitors. Among the 24 is Emily Infeld of the Nike Bowerman Track Club, who finished third in the event at the 2015 IAAF World Championships in Beijing.
The women’s long jump final will also consist of the top 12 finishers in Friday’s qualifying round, with Brittney Reese posting the best jump. Like Ashley, Reese qualified for the final on her first attempt as she jumped 23 feet. That attempt was more than eight inches longer than the next competitor, Shakeela Saunders, who jumped 22 feet, 3 1/2 inches on her first attempt to qualify immediately. The women’s long jump final is scheduled for approximately 2:45 p.m. Eastern.
There will also be qualifying rounds in multiple events, including the men’s long jump, and the women’s 400 meters (featuring Allyson Felix) will have its semifinal heats Saturday. Below is the schedule for Saturday’s action, and how they can be seen on television, online or on a mobile device.
Live results from the Olympic Trials can be found here.
How To Watch USA Track & Field Olympic Trials Day 2
12:45-2 p.m. Eastern: Streaming at NBCOlympics.com
This setup will be similar to that of the first two hours of coverage of Day 1 of the trials, with the coverage being online only and not requiring a TV or cable subscription.
2-5 p.m. Eastern: NBC and Streaming at NBCOlympics.com
Televised coverage of the US Track & Field Olympic Trials will begin at 2 p.m. Eastern. In order to watch the action online you will be required to log in with the info you use with your TV, cable or satellite provider.
5-6:30 p.m. Eastern NBCSN and Streaming at NBCOlympics.com
Televised coverage switches over NBCSN at 5 p.m., with some of the US Olympic Swimming Trials being shown as well. And you will have to log in with your TV, cable or satellite provider information in order to watch online as well.
How to Watch USA Track & Field Day 2 Via Mobile App
To do this you’ll need to download the NBC Sports app, which is available for multiple operating systems. Once you download the app of your choice, you’ll need to login using the credentials from your TV, cable or satellite service provider.
App Store (Apple)
Google Play Store (Android)