Gabby Thomas held off a field that included Allyson Felix with a blazing fast time to win the women's 200 meters at the U.S. Olympic track and field trials.
Thomas finished in a trials-record time of 21.61 seconds to earn a spot at the Tokyo Games. Joining her will be runner-up Jenna Prandini and third-place finisher Anavia Battle.
Felix wound up fifth. The nine-time Olympic medalist has already made her fifth Olympics team courtesy of a second-place finish in the 400 meters. Felix received a round of applause from the Hayward Field audience after an on-track interview.
Thomas turned in the third-fastest of all-time, trailing only Florence Griffith Joyner, who went 21.34 and 21.56 in 1988.
Thomas broke the trials record of 21.69 set by Felix in 2012.
Among others who earned the right to wear red, white and blue in Tokyo were newly crowned champions Emily Sisson (10,000), Katie Nageotte (pole vault), DeAnna Price (hammer throw), Maggie Malone (javelin), Brittney Reese (long jump), Grant Holloway (110 hurdles) and Rai Benjamin (400 hurdles).
Benjamin, the silver medalist in the event at the 2019 world championships in Qatar, set a meet record with a finish in 46.83 seconds. It was also a personal best and gave him the world-leading time this season.
Benjamin's finish was just off Kevin Young's 1992 world record of 46.78. Tokyo will mark his Olympic debut.
Also making the team was Kenny Selmon, who finished second in 48.08 and David Kendziera, who was third in 48.38 at Oregon's Hayward Field.
Holloway, meanwhile, ran a fast 12.81 during the 110-meter hurdles semifinals, leading to speculation that he might break the world record of 12.80 set by Aries Merrit in 2012.
"Don't ever give up,'' Holloway said to the television camera after his race, the last final of the day at Hayward Field.
Holloway is the 2019 world champion in the event and the current world record holder in the 60 hurdles.
Joining him on the team for Tokyo is Devon Allen, the former Oregon football player, who ran a 13.10 for a second straight Olympic berth. Daniel Roberts was third in 13.11 to round out the team.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.