EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — The Latest on the run-up to the Summer Olympics (all times local to Rio de Janeiro):
Defending Olympic champion Gabby Douglas' bid for a return to the games remains up in the air during the final night of the Olympic Trials.
Douglas was a shaky seventh during the opening night on Friday after falling on balance beam. She fell again on the beam Sunday night, taking some of the momentum out of solid performances on vault and uneven bars at San Jose's SAP Center.
Douglas is attempting to become the first reigning Olympic all-around gold medalist to return for the next games since Nadia Comaneci in 1980.
The five-woman team will be announced later Sunday night.
Brenda Martinez was laying on the track, her head buried in her hands.
She seemed prepared for heartache again at the U.S. Track and Field Olympic Trials. She tripped after she charged around the final turn of the 800 meters on Monday, missing out on a top-three finish and a coveted spot on the Olympic team for Rio.
She had one more chance to make the team in the 1,500 meters. Jenny Simpson and Shannon Rowbury grabbed the top two spots, and Martinez and Amanda Eccleston leaned for third before collapsing.
Martinez appeared to sob, unable to look at the results on the scoreboard at Hayward Field. But Simpson was watching intently.
Once it was official, Simpson ran to Martinez and scooped her into her arms.
"I'm so proud of you," Simpson said. "I'm so proud of you."
Martinez had edged Eccleston by .03 seconds.
"Maybe that can be my story," Martinez said about finally making the team. "If I can help someone along the way: Don't give up on your dream."
Simone Biles is closing in on an automatic spot on the U.S. Olympic women's gymnastics team.
The three-time world champion opened the final night of Olympic Trials with a solid 15.550 on floor exercise despite taking a small step out of bounds during her dynamic routine. Biles has a total of 77.4 points through five rotations, nearly two points clear of Laurie Hernandez.
The top finisher in the all-around is guaranteed a spot on the five-woman Olympic team. The other four positions will be selected at the end of competition on Sunday night.
QUALIFICATION ALERT: Matthew Centrowitz made his second Olympic team with a victory in the 1,500 meters at the U.S. Track and Field Trials on Sunday. Centrowitz finished fourth at the London Games. Runner-up Robby Andrews and third-place finisher Ben Blankenship also are headed to Rio. Leonel Manzano, the silver medalist in the London Olympics, finished fourth and did not make the team.
QUALIFICATION ALERT: Beijing Olympics silver medalist Kerron Clement won the 400-meter hurdles at the U.S. Track and Field Trials to earn a spot on the team for the Rio Games next month. Runner-up Byron Robinson and third-place finisher Michael Tinsley, the silver medalist at the London Olympics, also earned spots on the team.
Retired Lakers star Kobe Bryant posed for photos at the U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Trials ahead of watching Gabby Douglas and other American stars try to secure their spots for the Rio Olympics.
His guide for the night at San Jose's SAP Center? None other than Nadia Comaneci.
"Just hanging out with Nadia and checking out some gymnastics," Bryant said.
There will be no Olympic double for Allyson Felix.
Beaten to the line by 0.01 seconds for third place by a diving Jenna Prandini, Felix finished fourth in the 200 meters at Olympic trials and will not be able to defend her title.
Also off the table — the 200-400 Olympic double. With Felix in mind, Olympic organizers changed the schedule to allow for the women's 2-4 double. Felix qualified last weekend for the 400, but had been dealing with a sore right ankle and could not make it in her signature event.
Tori Bowie and Deajah Stevens finished first and second.
"Honestly disappointed, you know?"
QUALIFICATION ALERT: Tori Bowie won the women's 200 meters at the U.S. Track and Field Trials to earn her first trip to the Olympics. Runner-up Deajah Stevens will also make her Olympic debut as will Jenna Prandini, who upset favorite Allyson Felix by 100th of a second for third.
QUALIFICATION ALERT: Jenny Simpson earned a spot on her third Olympic team with a victory in the 1,500 meters at the U.S. Track and Field Trial. Runner-up Shannon Rowbury also made her third Olympic team, and third-place finisher Brenda Martinez will also go to the Rio Games next month.
QUALIFICATION ALERT: Erik Kynard, who won the silver medal in the high jump at the London Games, won the event at the U.S. Track and Field Trials to earn a spot in the Rio Games next month. Third-place finisher Bradley Adkins also earned a spot on the Olympic team. Runner-up Kyle Landon had not jumped the minimum height, or standard, to compete in the Olympics.
It wouldn't have mattered if Molly Huddle celebrated this one early.
Huddle finished well ahead of the pack to win the 5,000 meters at the U.S. Track and Field Trials on Sunday at Hayward Field.
The American record-holder in the event finished in 15 minutes, 5.01 seconds. Huddle also won the 10,000 meters at the Trials last weekend to earn a spot on the U.S. team for the Rio Games next month.
Last year at the world championships in Beijing, Huddle celebrated too early in the 10,000-meter race, costing her the bronze medal.
This will be Huddle's second Olympic appearance — she finished 11th in the 5,000 at the London Games.
She said this week she'll likely focus on the 5,000 alone in Brazil.
QUALIFICATION ALERT: American record holder Molly Huddle earned a spot on the Olympic team by winning the 5,000 meters at the U.S. Track and Field Trials. Shelby Houlihan and Kim Conley also made the team for the Rio Games.
QUALIFICATION ALERT: Jenn Suhr will get to defend her Olympic gold medal in the pole vault after winning the event at the U.S. Track and Field Trials. Runner-up Sandi Morris and third-place finisher Alexis Weeks also qualified for a spot on the Olympic team in Rio.
New Jersey prep star Sydney McLaughlin became the first 16-year-old in 40 years to make the U.S. Olympic track team with a third-place finish in the 400-meter hurdles on Sunday at the U.S. Track and Field Trials.
McLaughlin joins winner Dalilah Muhammad and runner-up Ashley Spencer on the team headed to Rio. Muhammad, the silver medalist at the 2013 world championships in Moscow, finished in 52.88 seconds.
McLaughlin's time of 54.14 was a junior world record. She will be a senior at Union Catholic High School in Scotch Plains, New Jersey, next fall.
The last 16-year-old to make the team was 100-meter hurdler Rhonda Brady in 1976.