Women’s Javelin Breakdown – Olympic Trials

Olympic Standard: 62.00m (203’5″)
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Qualifying Round: July 7th 3:30pm PST (62.00m automatically advances to finals)
Finals: July 9th 4:00pm PST
Olympic Trials Schedule
Live Results
NBC Stream Day 7
NBC Stream Day 9

Similar to the men, only three U.S. women have the Olympic Standard in the javelin. Last year there were big marks by both Kara Winger (formerly Patterson) and Brittany Borman (66.47m and 64.75m respectively). Newcomer to the list is Maggie Malone from Texas A&M, she hit the Olympic Standard on her fifth throw at the NCAA Championships in Eugene, Oregon.

Pending that no new athletes hit the Olympic Standard at the Olympic Trials (qualifying or finals) then Winger, Borman, and Malone will make the Olympic Team regardless of their position/mark at the Olympic Trials.

IF a new athlete(s) hits the Olympic Standard at the Trials then the top 3 placers at Trials WITH the Olympic Standard will make the Olympic Team.

Who to watch

Be sure to look out for Hannah Carson at the Olympic Trials. She is entered in both the javelin and the discus. She has the Olympic Standard in the discus (61.97m) but is just short of it in the javelin (61.20m). Will she try and double? Or focus on one event?

Maggie Malone

PB SB Last 3 Competitions
62.19 62.19 62.19

NCAA Champs


West Regionals



Kara Winger

PB SB Last 3 Competitions
66.67 61.72 61.72



Zurich DL


2015 WC Final

Brittany Borman

PB SB Last 3 Competitions
64.75 61.27 58.76

Birmingham GP


Rome DL



Close to Standard

Hannah Carson

PB SB Last 3 Competitions
61.20 61.20 61.20

NCAA Champs


West Regionals


Big 12

Ariana Ince

PB SB Last 3 Competitions
59.84 59.68 59.68





Chula Vista

Note: Last 3 competitions found on All-Athletics.com

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