EUGENE, Ore. — Allyson Felix won the women’s 200 meters at the U.S. track trials in 21.69 seconds Saturday night, a meet record and personal best.

Felix will be joined on the Olympic team for London by runner-up Carmelita Jeter, who finished in 22.11, and Santa Richards-Ross, third in 22.22.

Still unresolved is the third-place tie last weekend in the women’s 100 between Felix and Jeneba Tarmoh.

Bobby Kersee, coach of both women, said he wanted to wait until after the 200 to decide how to break the tie, either by a runoff, coin flip or if one athlete concedes.

MEN’S 110 HURDLES: Aries Merritt posted the best time in the world this year, winning in 12.93 seconds for a place on the Olympic team.

Jason Richardson, the reigning world champion, was second in 12.98 and Jeffrey Porter finished third in 13.08 to round out the team.

: Hyleas Fountain won her fifth national title in the heptathlon, finishing with 6,419 points for a place on the Olympic team.

Sharon Day was second with 6,343 points and Chante McMillan finished third with 6,188 for the other two spots on the team going to London.

MEN’S TRIPLE JUMP: Reigning world champion Christian Taylor won with a leap of 57 feet, 10¼ inches for a place on the Olympic team.

Will Claye, who finished third at the world championships last year, also earned a spot on the team as the runner-up at 57-7.

WOMEN’S HIGH JUMP: Chaunte Lowe earned her fifth national outdoor title and a spot on the Olympic team, clearing 6 feet, 7 inches.

Brigetta Barrett finished second after successfully clearing 6-7, also a personal best, and veteran Amy

Acuff was third with a jump of 6-43/4 for the other two spots on the team for the Games.

ELLSWORTH HIGH graduate Ben Shorey finished seventh in the 20-kilometer racewalk with a time of 1:34:45.10. Trevor Barron, 19, set a U.S. record of 1:23:00.10 and will be the only U.S. representative at the Olympics because no Americans achieved the Olympic “A” standard of 1:22:30.