On the second night of the 2024 U.S. Olympic Track and Field Team Trials, Sha'Carri Richardson and Ryan Crouser punched their tickets to Paris. Both stars are officially bound for the Olympic Games.

Night two featured finals in the women's 100m, men's shot put, women's triple jump and men's decathlon at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon.

Richardson is headed to her first Olympics after storming to a 100m victory in a world's best time of 10.71 seconds. Her training partners, Melissa Jefferson and Twanisha Terry, also placed in the top three to join her in Paris.

In the men's shot put, Crouser battled through his injury-riddled spring to win the final, edging Joe Kovacs and Payton Otterdahl. All three men are headed back to the Olympics.

Olympic spots were also sealed up in the decathlon, as 23-year-old Heath Baldwin stunned the field to win the men's decathlon with 8,625 points. He makes the U.S. Olympic team alongside Zach Ziemek, who is now just the second U.S. man to make three Olympic decathlon teams, and Harrison Williams.

Jasmine Moore won the women's triple jump to seal up her second Olympic team spot alongside Keturah Orji and Tori Franklin.

In the men's 100m, Noah Lyles, Fred Kerley and Christian Coleman all won their heats to secure spots in the semifinal. So did Yared Nuguse in the men's 1500m — and Kaylyn Brown and Shamier Little in the women's 400m.

See below for event-by-event results, recaps and highlights.

Women's 100m

Sha'Carri Richardson is officially bound for her first Olympic Games.

The reigning world champion won the women's 100m final at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials in 10.71 seconds to clinch her spot. The mark is the world's fastest time for 2024.

Richardson's two training partners — Melissa Jefferson and Twanisha Terry — finished second and third, respectively, at 10.80 and 10.89, to join Richardson on the Olympic squad.

1) Sha'Carri Richardson | 10.71
2) Melissa Jefferson | 10.80
3) Twanisha Terry | 10.89
4) Tamari Davis | 10.91
5) Aleia Hobbs | 10.93
6) Tamara Clark | 10.95
7) Candace Hill | 11.00
8) Jenna Prandini | 11.02
9) Anavia Battle | 11.12

Men's 100m

The men's 100m opened with heat races, featuring Noah Lyles, Kenny Bednarek, Christian Coleman and more.

In his heat, defending world champion Lyles won in 9.92 seconds to clinch a spot in the semifinal along with Bednarek, who placed second at 10.00.

Coleman also raised eyebrows at Hayward Field, logging the second-fastest time of the night (9.99) to advance to the semifinal. Coleman previously won the 2019 world title in the 100m but missed the Tokyo Olympics due to whereabouts violations.

Fred Kerley, world champion in 2022, will join Lyles, Coleman and Bednarek in the semifinals, alongside a deep field.

1) Noah Lyles | 9.92
2) Christian Coleman | 9.99
3) Kenny Bednarek | 10.00
4) Courtney Lindsey | 10.00
5) Fred Kerley | 10.03
6) Pjai Austin | 10.06
7) Marcellus Moore | 10.06
8) Kendal Williams | 10.07
9) Brandon Hicklin | 10.08
10) Lance Lang | 10.09

Men's shot put

Two-time Olympic champion Ryan Crouser officially booked his spot in Paris, where he will aim to become the first man in history to win three consecutive shot put gold medals. Crouser won the men's shot put final with a throw of 22.84m to edge Joe Kovacs and Payton Otterdahl, who will both join him on the Olympic team in Paris.

Kovacs is headed to his third Olympics after earning silver at both the Rio and Tokyo Games. Otterdahl has made his second Olympic team.

1) *Ryan Crouser | 22.84m
2) *Joe Kovacs | 22.43m
3) *Payton Otterdahl | 22.26m
4) Jordan Geist | 21.79m
5) Josh Awotunde | 21.77m
*Clinched Olympic spot

Men's 1500m

Tokyo Olympian Cole Hocker won the first men's 1500m semifinal, logging a time of 3 minutes, 37.89 seconds to advance to the final. Villanova's Liam Murphy and 2023 USA Cross Country Champion Cooper Teare also advanced out of the first semifinal.

In the second semi, 2024 World Indoor silver medalist Yared Nuguse cruised in 3:34.09, the fastest time of the night. He was trailed closely by Hobbs Kessler and Henry Wynne, who also each advanced.

1) Yared Nuguse | 3:34.09
2) Hobbs Kessler | 3:34.16
3) Henry Wynne | 3:34.40
4) Nathan Green | 3:34.49
5) Elliott Cook | 3:34.52
6) Vincent Ciattei | 3:34.63
7) Craig Engels | 3:35.08
8) Waleed Suliman | 3:35.72
9) Cole Hocker | 3:37.89
10) Liam Murphy | 3:38.08
11) Ethan Strand | 3:38.08
12) Cooper Teare | 3:38.26
13) Joe Waskom | 3:38.29

Women's 400m

Kaylyn Brown, Kendall Ellis and Aaliyah Butler ran the three fastest times in the women's 400m semifinal, all all qualifying for the final. Two-time 400m hurdles world silver medalist Shamier Little will join them, along with 4x400m world gold medalist Alexis Holmes.

1) Kaylyn Brown | 49.71
2) Kendall Ellis | 49.81
3) Aaliyah Butler | 50.01
4) Shamier Little | 50.16
5) Lynna Irby-Jackson | 50.17
6) Alexis Holmes | 50.19
7) JaMeesia Ford | 50.33
8) Quanera Hayes | 50.46
9) Isabella Whittaker | 50.48