Wolverines Set to Compete Around the Globe

ANN ARBOR, Mich.– Men and women from the University of Michigan track and field program, both past and present, will be competing this weekend at the national championships of four different countries for the opportunity to further represent those nations in global competition throughout the summer.

A total of 18 Wolverines – 14 who competed collegiately in 2022 and four alumni – will compete at either the American, Canadian, British or Nigerian championships starting Thursday and going through Sunday (June 23-26).

The list below is an overview of the Michigan competitors at each meet, including when and how to follow their progress.

JUMP TO: USATF Championships Canadian Championships | British Championships | Nigerian Championships USATF U20 Championships

2022 Toyota USATF Outdoor Championships | Thu-Sun., June 23-26 (Eugene, Ore.)

• Meet Central | Live Results
• TV: NBC, USA Network, USATF.tv

The top three finishers in each event who have achieved the World Championships qualifying standard will be selected to represent Team USA at the 2022 World Championships at Hayward Field in July.

Mason Ferlic (Alum) | Men’s 3,000-Meter Steeplechase
Thursday, June 23 – First Round, 6:05 pm PDT
TV: USATF.tv | Live Video
Saturday, June 25 – Final, 2:04 pm PDT
TV: NBC

• 2020 Tokyo Olympian (steeplechase)
• 2016 NCAA champion at Michigan (steeplechase)
• Has achieved the World Championships qualifying standard
• Seeded No. 8 in the field

Nick Foster | Men’s 1,500 Meters
Thursday, June 23 – First Round, 6:35 pm PDT
TV: USATF.tv | Live Video
Saturday, June 25 – Final, 1:52 pm PDT
TV: NBC

• First-team All-American (2022 indoor distance medley relay)
• Fourth-fastest man in Michigan history (3: 39.23)
• Seeded No. 30 in the field

Andrew Liskowitz (Alum) | Men’s Shot Put
Friday, June 24 – Final, 6:42 pm PDT
TV: USATF.tv | Live Video

• Sixth-place at the 2021 Olympic Trials (shot put)
• Six-time All-American (indoor / outdoor shot put)
• Has achieved the World Championships qualifying standard
• Seeded No. 8 in the field

Corinne Jemison | Women’s Discus Throw
Friday, June 24 – Final, 6:45 pm PDT
TV: USATF.tv | Live Video

• Second-team All-American (2022 outdoor discus)
• School record-holder in the discus (57.40m / 188-4) and shot put (16.92m / 55-6.25)
• Seeded No. 14 in the field

Asia Laurencin | Women’s 100-Meter Hurdles
Friday, June 24 – First Round, 5:10 pm PDT
TV: USATF.tv | Live Video
Saturday, June 25 – Final, 2:41 pm PDT
TV: NBC

• Second-team All-American (2022 outdoor 100-meter hurdles)
• Third-fastest woman in Michigan history (13.06, + 0.5m / s)
• Seeded No. 25 in the field

Kayla Windemuller | Women’s 3,000-Meter Steeplechase
Friday, June 24 – First Round, 6:24 pm PDT
TV: USATF.tv | Live Video
Sunday, June 26 – Final, 2:23 pm PDT
TV: USA Network

• Second-team All-American (2022 outdoor steeplechase)
• Second-fastest woman in Michigan history (9: 47.36)
• Seeded No. 20 in the field

2022 Bell Canadian Outdoor Championships | Thu-Sun., June 23-26 (Langley, British Columbia)

• Meet Central | Live Results
• Live Video: AthleticsCanada.tv

The top three finishers in each event who have achieved the World Championships qualifying standard will be eligible to represent Team Canada at the 2022 World Championships at Hayward Field in July.

Aurora Rynda | Women’s 800 Meters
Thursday, June 23 – First Round, 6:20 pm PDT
Friday, June 24 – Semifinals, 6:15 pm PDT
Saturday, June 25 – Final, 7:45 pm PDT

• All-American (first team, 2022 indoor; second team, 2022 outdoor)
• Two-time defending Big Ten champion (outdoor 800m) and three-time indoor champion (600m)
• Seeded No. 5 in the field

Top two finishers in each U20 event who have achieved the World Championships qualifying standard will be eligible to represent Team Canada at the 2022 World U20 Championships in Cali, Columbia, in August.

Savannah Sutherland | Women’s 100-Meter Hurdles and 400-Meter Hurdles
Saturday, June 25 – 400H Semifinals, 12:25 pm PDT
Sunday, June 26 – 100H Final, 10:25 pm PDT; 400H Final, 1:25 pm PDT

• UM first-year record holder (400-meter hurdles)
• Bronze medalist at 2021 World U20 Championships (400-meter hurdles)
• Has achieved the World U20 Championships qualifying standard in the 400-meter hurdles
• Top seed in the 400-meter hurdles and the 100-meter hurdles

2022 Muller British Athletics Championships | Fri-Sun., June 24-26 (Manchester, England)

• Meet Central | Live Results
• Live Video: BritishAthletics.org.uk

The top two finishers in each event who have achieved the World Championships qualifying standard will be automatically eligible to represent Team Great Britain at the 2022 World Championships at Hayward Field in July, with an additional roster spot awarded at the discretion of British Athletics.

Joshua Zeller | Men’s 110-Meter Hurdles
Saturday, June 25 – First Round, 1:20 pm BST; Final, 5:15 pm BST

• Bronze medalist at 2022 NCAA Outdoor Championships (110-meter hurdles)
• Big Ten record holder (13.19, + 1.6m / s)
• Has achieved the World Championships qualifying standard
• Top seed in the field

Tom Dodd | Men’s 1,500 Meters
Friday, June 24 – First Round, 7:20 pm BST; Final, 3:56 pm BST

• First-team All-American (2022 indoor distance medley relay, 2021 indoor mile)
• Third-fastest man in Michigan history (3: 38.76)
• Seeded No. 11 in the field

Bera Ajala | Men’s Triple Jump
Sunday, June 26 – Final, 1:02 pm BST

• NCAA East Preliminaries qualifier in the outdoor triple jump
• Second-farthest man in Michigan history in the outdoor triple jump (15.89m / 52-1.75)
• Seeded No. 12 in the field

Henry Johnson | Men’s 800 Meters
Friday, June 24 – First Round, 1:45 pm BST
Saturday, June 25 – Final, 4:35 pm BST

• 2021 European U20 Championships finalist (800 meters)
• 16th-fastest man in Michigan history indoors (1: 50.75)
• Seeded No. 49 in the field

Joe Ellis (Alum) | Hammer Throw
Saturday, June 25 – Final, 5:40 pm BST

• Has been selected to represent Great Britain at the Commonwealth Games (hammer throw)
• Five-time All-American at Michigan in the weight throw and hammer throw
• Seeded No. 2 in the field

Cindy (Ofili) Sember (Alum) | 100-meter Hurdles
Sunday, June 26 – First Round, 1:05 pm BST; Final, 2:55 pm BST

• Two-time Olympian in the 100-meter hurdles
• NCAA Indoor 60-meter hurdles champion in 2016 at Michigan and five-time All-American
• Has achieved the World Championships qualifying standard
• Top seed in the field

2022 Nigerian Athletics Trials | Fri-Sun., June 24-26 (Benin City, Nigeria)

Team Nigeria for the World Championships and Commonwealth Games will be selected based on the results of this competition.

Dubem Amene | Men’s 400 Meters
Times TBA (Schedule not yet publicly announced)

• Second-team All-American (indoor 400 meters)
• School record-holder for indoor 400 meters (46.04) & No. 2 outdoors (45.51)
• Seeded No. 2 in the field

2022 USATF U20 Outdoor Championships | Thu-Sat., June 23-25 ​​(Eugene, Ore.)

• Meet Central | Live Results
• Live Video: USATF.tv

The top two finishers in each event who have achieved the World Championships qualifying standard will be eligible to represent Team USA at the 2022 World U20 Championships in Cali, Columbia, in August.

BreeAna Bates | Women’s 100 Meters and 200 Meters
Friday, June 24 – 100M First Round, 12:15 pm PDT; Final, 4:35 pm PDT
Saturday, June 25 – 200M First Round, 3:24 pm PDT; Final, 5:37 pm PDT

• UM first-year record holder (outdoor 100 meters, indoor 60 meters)
• Member of the school-record 4×100 relay
• Seeded No. No. 10 in the field at 100 meters 15 at 200 meters

Miles Brown | Men’s 800 Meters
Saturday, June 25 – Final, 4:09 pm PDT

• Second-team All-American (2022 indoor / outdoor 800 meters)
• School record holder in indoor 600 meters (1: 15.87) and indoor 800 meters (1: 47.37)
• Seeded No. 3 in the field

Riley Ammenhauser | Women’s Triple Jump
Saturday, June 25 – Final, 4:55 pm PDT

• UM first-year record holder (indoor, outdoor triple jump)
• Third-farthest woman in Michigan history in the outdoor triple jump (12.77m / 41-10.75)
• Seeded No. 5 in the field

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