* Wins by two-thousandths of second
* Rain, wind affect Morris in pole vault
* Little runs fast 400m hurdles
* Houlihan gets second win of meeting
June 24 (Reuters) - Devon Allen beat collegiate champion Grant Holloway by two-thousandths of a second to win the 110m hurdles, and world indoor champion Sandi Morris took women's pole vault honours at the weather-hit U.S. championships in Iowa on Sunday.
Olympian Allen eked out the victory in 13.452 seconds to Holloway's 13.454 in the final event of the four-day championship that was halted by rain and lightning for more than three hours.
"It came down to a race off the last hurdle and I came out on top," Allen told reporters.
"I've been working on my speed so I knew if I was in the race the last hurdle I would have a chance and that's what it came down to."
World record holder Aries Merritt finished fourth in 13.52, just behind Jarret Eaton (13.51) in a race run into a head wind.
Morris had just missed her only attempt at a 2018-leading 4.94m when the competition was halted because of the impending storm and she decided to call it a day.
"All day we had a toss up with the weather," the world silver medallist told NBC Sports after winning the event at 4.80m.
An anticipated challenge by Jenn Suhr fizzled early as the 2012 Olympic champion went out at 4.60m to finish behind Katie Nageotte (4.70).
Wind played a big role in the performances, Morris said.
"We had swirling winds and head winds, which really affect you in the pole vault because your pole is pretty much like a sail," she said "You catch the wind and it messes up your un a little bit."
A large field did not help either.
"It took a hour and a half before I even took my first jump," Morris said.
"Then I got in a really good roll," she said of five consecutive first-attempt clearances. "Then at the end I had to be cut short."
Her only miss before the failure at 4.94m came on her first attempt at 4.55m.
Before the rains came, former world silver medallist Shamier Little posted the second best women's 400m hurdles time of the year (53.61 seconds).
Iowa native Shelby Houlihan, who won the 1,500m on Saturday, gave the small Des Moines crowd something else to cheer about by winning the 5,000m in 15:31.03.
Olympic silver medallist Evan Jager earned his seventh consecutive U.S. 3,000m steeplechase title in 8:20.10.
The championships' winners in the field events and races through 1,500m are eligible for the July 14-15 Athletics World Cup in London. The U.S. team is expected to be named this week. (Reporting by Gene Cherry in Raleigh, North Carolina; Editing by Peter Rutherford )