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Beth Maiman | NCAA.com | June 7, 2017

The fans and faces in the crowd at Hayward Field for 2017 championships

  Historic Hayward Field has hosted the NCAA outdoor track and field championship for the fifth straight year.

The 2017 NCAA track and field championships kick off on June 7 at historic Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon. The men’s events begin the first day of the four-day competition, with the team winner awarded on Friday and the women’s team winner on Saturday. 

Check out start lists for women here and men here. 

RELATED: Live updates from Eugene

The men's title winner will be awarded on Friday, while the women will end championship action on Saturday. 

While in Eugene, NCAA.com caught up with the fans and faces in TrackTown USA. Throughout the four days, we will be chatting with the crowds attending the 2017 track and field championships. 

Below are some of their stories: 

 

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