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Daily Recap – June 26, 2021


Quanesha Burks qualified for her first Olympics tonight in the Women’s Long Jump. Sitting in 6th place after four jumps, Burks jumped a personal-best 6.96 meters on Jump #5, and held on to the third and final qualifying spot on the Olympic team.

Tamara Clark finished 4th in the Women’s 200m in a personal best 21.98 seconds, seemingly missing on making the Olympic team by just 0.03 seconds. Clark is reportedly being added to the team anyways, using one of the team’s relay spots. There should be an official announcement tomorrow, but Clark shared this photo with some Alabama teammates.

Jalen Hurts returned to the state of Alabama today to host a football camp at Hoover High School. The camp had 500 registrants on the first day of registration. Here are some highlights:

Hurts also spoke with Rick Karle of WVTM in Birmingham.

Najee Harris appeared with California Governor Gavin Newsom at an event where Newsom announced the state’s plan to tackle homelessness. The two also appeared together on a podcast.

Though Wade LeBlanc was stretched out as a starter in his minor league stints with the Milwaukee and Texas organizations, St. Louis signed him recently to work as a reliever. The Cardinals now appear to be considering LeBlanc for an upcoming start after moving another starter to the pen.

D.C. United posted excerpts from Mark Ingram’s night in the television booth for last week’s game against Miami, and Mark was about as hyped as you would expect.


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Game Results


Balkan Senior Championships
Women’s 100m Prelims:
Olivia Fotopoulou – DQ

USATF Olympic Trials
Women’s Long Jump Finals:
Quanesha Burks – 6.96 meters; 3rd (personal best); qualifies for Olympics

USATF Olympic Trials
Women’s 200m Finals:
Tamara Clark – 21.98 seconds, 4th (personal best)

Jamaica AAA Senior Championships
Women’s 200m Semifinals:
Remona Burchell –  23.75 seconds, 10th 

Czech Championships
Women’s 800m Prelims:
Kimberley Ficenec – 2:07.89, 3rd in heat; advances to finals


Open de Bretagne Rd 3:
Gavin Moynihan – 72-68-73, +3, T55

Czech Ladies Open Rd 2:
Camilla Lennarth – 74-72, +2, cut

WAPT Bella Vista Charity Classic final:
Kenzie Wright – 73-72-65-68, -10, T1 (lost in playoff)

Bridgestone Senior Players Championship Rd 3:
Dicky Pride – 70-74-74, +8, T32

Travelers Championship Rd 3:
Robby Shelton – 73-64-70, -3, T45

Live and Work in Maine Open Rd 3:
Lee Hodges – 67-66-70, -10, T8
Trey Mullinax – 72-67-68, -6, T26

KPMG Women’s PGA Championship Rd 3:
Janie Jackson – 76-68-73, +1, T37
Lauren Stephenson – 77-68-73, +2, T42

Prasco Charity Championship Rd 2:
Lakareber Abe – 75-79, +10, cut
Mia Landegren – 82-80, +18, cut 


Louisville 3, Chicago 0.
Nealy Martin – no stats; played full match.

NY/NJ Gotham 3, OL Reign 0.
Celia Jiménez Delgado – 1 shot; played full match.


Miami 3, Washington 2.
Alex Avila (PH) – 0-1.

Salem 5, Lynchburg 0.
Casey Cobb (W, 2-0) – 3.1 IP, 0 R, 2 H, 0 BB, 3 K.

Norfolk 4, Gwinnett 2.
Thomas Burrows – 1.2 IP, 0 R, 0 H, 0 BB, 3 K.

Amarillo 5, Corpus Christi 2.
Chandler Taylor (LF) – 0-4.

Frisco 5, San Antonio 4.
Kyle Overstreet (1B) – 0-3, 1 BB.

Lansing 5, Cedar Rapids 4 (F/11).
Cobie Vance (3B-2B) – 2-5, 2 singles, 1 SB, 1 run, 1 error.

Lincoln 5, Kansas City 4.
Morgan McCullough (C) – 0-4.

Quad Cities 14, Beloit 12 (F/11).
Tyler Gentry (RF) – 1-4, 1 HR (6th), 1 SF, 2 RBI, 1 run.

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