Sha’Carri Richardson took to Twitter on Sunday to thank those who supported her following her suspension from the Olympic games. The 21-year-old runner’s 100m Olympic trials win was disqualified after Richardson tested positive for marijuana.

Athletes from across the sports world came to Richardson’s defense following her one-month ban from the sport, with some, including WNBA star Sue Bird, calling for a change to the marijuana policy.

Others called for Richardson to be reinstated in the 100m race in Tokyo, sparking the trending hashtag #LetShaCarriRun.

Richardson could still race in the 4×100 relay in Tokyo as the event will take place outside of her month-long suspension. Whether or not USATF selects Richardson for the team will surely be a topic of conversation heading into the summer Games.

Athing Mu crushed the 800-meter final at the U.S. Olympic trials on Sunday night, winning the race in 1:56.07.

The 19-year-old’s race, which broke the Olympic trials record, was the second-fastest ever run by an American woman.

Raevyn Rogers and Ajee’ Wilson also qualified for the event, coming in second and third behind Mu.

Gabby Thomas is headed to Tokyo.

The American sprinter put on a show in the 200m final on Saturday, posting a blazing time of 21.61 seconds to speed past the competition and earn a spot on her first Olympic team.

Thomas set a U.S. Olympic track and field trials record with her time. She also clocked the third-fastest 200m ever; only Florence Griffith Joyner has run faster in the race, with times of 21.34 and 21.56 in 1988.

Jenna Prandini and Anavia Battle also qualified for the Olympics, finishing second and third behind Thomas.

Allyson Felix finished fifth and will not be racing in the 200m in Tokyo. Felix will compete in the 400m, which she qualified for earlier in the trials.

Allyson Felix is headed to Tokyo.

The 35-year-old sprinter qualified for her fifth Olympics on Sunday with her family, including daughter Camryn, cheering her on.

Felix ran from lane eight in the 400m final, motoring down the race’s home stretch to capture a second-place finish. Her time of 50.2 seconds was a season-best for Felix.

“It has been a fight to get here and one thing I know how to do is fight,” Felix said after the Olympic-qualifying race.

Felix will next race in the 200m at the Olympic trials beginning on Thursday.

Sha’Carri Richardson is headed to Tokyo.

The 21-year-old sprinter dominated the 100m final at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials on Saturday, clocking a time of 10.86 seconds to take the win.

Following the victory, Richardson revealed in the post-race interview that she had lost her biological mother just last week.

“My family has kept me grounded,” Richardson said, “I’m highly grateful for them. Without them, there would be no me.”

Richardson’s Olympic berth has set up a highly anticipated head-to-head match-up with Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce in the 100m in Tokyo.

Allyson Felix started on the quest for her fifth Olympics, winning her 400m heat in the U.S. Track and Field trials on Friday.

Felix advanced out of the first round, clocking a time of 50.99 seconds. After the race, Felix said, “I feel good, I just want to run smart and keep progressing.”

The Olympic icon will join 15 other runners on Saturday for the 400m semifinals.

Sha’Carri Richardson had a picture-perfect start to her Olympic trials.

The 21-year-old American sprinter ran a blistering 10.84 in the 100m to capture her heat’s win on Friday.

After the race, Richardson told media her shoelaces were actually untied during the sprint, adding, “I’ll be sure to lace them up and tuck them for the next rounds to come.”

Richardson will be the heavy favorite in her upcoming 100m races, with or without tied laces.