Race walker Robyn Stevens makes first Olympic team at age 38

EUGENE, Ore. -- Race walker Robyn Stevens made her first Olympic team at age 38, finishing the 20-kilometer course in 1:35.13 at the U.S. track and field trials.

Stevens retired from the sport in 2004 but returned five years ago.

Nick Christie won the men's event in 1:30.48 in 70-degree weather.

Organizers moved the race up by two hours, to a 7 a.m. start, to beat the heat. Saturday's forecast high is 102. The women's 10,000-meter final was also pushed to an earlier start.

There are seven finals scheduled for Hayward Field this afternoon. Among those in action will be hammer thrower Gwen Berry and sprinters Allyson Felix and Noah Lyles in the 200 meters.