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Richardson finishes 4th, won't have spot in 200M at Olympics - ESPN

EUGENE, Ore. — Sha'Carri Richardson got passed on the outside down the stretch and finished fourth in the 200-meter final at the U.S. track trials Saturday, meaning she'll only have one chance for an individual Olympic gold medal next month in Paris.

Gabby Thomas won the race in 21.81 seconds for her second straight national title. Richardson was in the top three in this, her second-best distance, with about 40 meters left, but Brittany Brown and McKenzie Long passed her and pulled away.

Richardson finished in 22.16 seconds, her slowest of three races through the rounds in the 200.

The 27-year-old Thomas, who decided not to run the 400 meters at trials so she could focus solely on the 200, her best race, will look to add to the bronze medal she won in the event three years ago in Tokyo.

«I knew I needed to get today done, and this is a first step,» Thomas said. «There was no gold medal in Paris without getting the job done today, so I'm just ecstatic to be alongside these amazing, incredible women.»

Richardson will still have the 100 — where she'll go in as a favorite and as the reigning world champion — along with a spot on the women's 4x100 relay team.

Richardson clapped her hands and blew a kiss to the crowd before exiting to the tunnel quickly after a race that has never been her best, but in which she was widely viewed as a top-three candidate. She won the bronze medal at worlds last year in the 200.

Unlike Thomas, she ran three rounds last week in the 100, which can take a physical and mental toll. Unlike Thomas, she was also dealing with a warning for a lane violation from Friday's semifinal, meaning if she did it again, she'd be disqualified.

Richardson wobbled slightly at the start, a la her burst from the block