• Exclusive Video Contest for PTXC-6 Teams… win Custom shirts for your team from PTXC and New Balance!

    Press Release PennTrackXC.com - 8 Hours Ago - Comment
  • WATCH Mary Cain win World Junior 3K title at Hayward Field

    Watch Mary Cain win the women's 3K title at the World Junior Championships in this highlights footage from Universal Sports.

    Brandon Miles - 24 Hours Ago - Comment
  • Video Interview: Mary Cain delivers distance 3K gold!

    Many looked to Mary Cain to deliver a rare distance medal for the United States at the World Junior Championships and she delivered in a electrifying fashion for her home crowd at Hayward Field in Eugene.

    Brandon Miles - Yesterday - Comment
  • Kate Newhoff knocks nearly minute off PR in World Juniors racewalk

    Katie Newhoff (NY) knocked nearly a full minute off her PR in  10K Racewalk with her 51:40.42 performance at the World Junior Championships as the lone American competitor in the field.

    Brandon Miles - 2 Days Ago - Comment
  • TullyRunners Releases Pre-Season Team Previews

    MileSplit HQ - While we are still awaiting the MileSplit's extensive preview, (It's coming mid-august!), the XC season is fast approaching.  Bill Meylan of TullyRunners just released his pre-season profiles. Check them out below.  

    Kyle Brazeil - 2 Days Ago - Comment
  • Sabrina Southerland stays clean & moves onto 800 semis at World Juniors

    Sabrina Southerland, former New York High School star and current middle distance specialist for Georgetown University, will be the lone American in the women's 800 semifinals after finishing third in her prelim heat with a time of 2:05.84 as an auto qualifier, which puts her as 9th fastest overall and a real contender to make it out of the next round.

    Brandon Miles - 3 Days Ago - Comment
  • RtN-001: Running at the Top: How Much Faster Will You Be This Fall?

    First in a series devoted to the analysis and visualization of running stats. ---- Every fall tens of thousands of New York high school runners hit the cross country trails, and most of them firmly believe that they will be better than their younger and more foolish selves from last year.  

    Perry King - 5 Days Ago - 5 Comments
  • Top 10 NY Moments From 2014 P6

    Well folks, that's it for the 2013-2014 seasons for Cross Country and Track and Field.  With the conclusion of the World Junior Championships next week, the majority of our athletes are home for the season, and building towards either college or those cross country courses in the fall.  We here at MileSplit NY have just finished our second year under new management, and have made strides in bringing you the best coverage around.  We've had new innovations such as Live Streaming and the incorporation of the NYS Archives, as well as nearly 14 million page views since September.  In terms of athletes, we've had unparalleled performances, new breakout stars, and countless new state records.  To keep it succinct, it has been another great year for the Empire State.  To commemorate the end of the season, we'd like to look back at our top 10 moments from the past year.  These may not be the fastest times or best performances, but they were moments that were aided by the stories behind them, the rivalries established, and the accomplishments achieved.  We'll be releasing two a day, with the top pick being released on Saturday night.  While they are ranked numerically, their order is only slightly important.  Each moment proved thrilling for the track fan, and we look forward to even more in 2015.  And be sure to sound off in our comments for moments you think we missed, as cutting this down to a list of ten was not easy.

    Kyle Brazeil - 7 Days Ago - 4 Comments
  • Top 10 NY Moments From 2014 P5

    Well folks, that's it for the 2013-2014 seasons for Cross Country and Track and Field.  With the conclusion of the World Junior Championships next week, the majority of our athletes are home for the season, and building towards either college or those cross country courses in the fall.  We here at MileSplit NY have just finished our second year under new management, and have made strides in bringing you the best coverage around.  We've had new innovations such as Live Streaming and the incorporation of the NYS Archives, as well as nearly 14 million page views since September.  In terms of athletes, we've had unparalleled performances, new breakout stars, and countless new state records.  To keep it succinct, it has been another great year for the Empire State.  To commemorate the end of the season, we'd like to look back at our top 10 moments from the past year.  These may not be the fastest times or best performances, but they were moments that were aided by the stories behind them, the rivalries established, and the accomplishments achieved.  We'll be releasing two a day, with the top pick being released on Saturday night.  While they are ranked numerically, their order is only slightly important.  Each moment proved thrilling for the track fan, and we look forward to even more in 2015.  And be sure to sound off in our comments for moments you think we missed, as cutting this down to a list of ten was not easy.  

    Kyle Brazeil - Last Week - Comment
  • Top 10 NY Moments From 2014 P4

    Well folks, that's it for the 2013-2014 seasons for Cross Country and Track and Field.  With the conclusion of the World Junior Championships next week, the majority of our athletes are home for the season, and building towards either college or those cross country courses in the fall.  We here at MileSplit NY have just finished our second year under new management, and have made strides in bringing you the best coverage around.  We've had new innovations such as Live Streaming and the incorporation of the NYS Archives, as well as nearly 14 million page views since September.  In terms of athletes, we've had unparalleled performances, new breakout stars, and countless new state records.  To keep it succinct, it has been another great year for the Empire State.  To commemorate the end of the season, we'd like to look back at our top 10 moments from the past year.  These may not be the fastest times or best performances, but they were moments that were aided by the stories behind them, the rivalries established, and the accomplishments achieved.  We'll be releasing two a day, with the top pick being released on Saturday night.  While they are ranked numerically, their order is only slightly important.  Each moment proved thrilling for the track fan, and we look forward to even more in 2015.  And be sure to sound off in our comments for moments you think we missed, as cutting this down to a list of ten was not easy.

    Kyle Brazeil - Last Week - Comment
  • Top 10 NY Moments From 2014 P3

    Well folks, that's it for the 2013-2014 seasons for Cross Country and Track and Field.  With the conclusion of the World Junior Championships next week, the majority of our athletes are home for the season, and building towards either college or those cross country courses in the fall.  We here at MileSplit NY have just finished our second year under new management, and have made strides in bringing you the best coverage around.  We've had new innovations such as Live Streaming and the incorporation of the NYS Archives, as well as nearly 14 million page views since September.  In terms of athletes, we've had unparalleled performances, new breakout stars, and countless new state records.  To keep it succinct, it has been another great year for the Empire State.  To commemorate the end of the season, we'd like to look back at our top 10 moments from the past year.  These may not be the fastest times or best performances, but they were moments that were aided by the stories behind them, the rivalries established, and the accomplishments achieved.  We'll be releasing two a day, with the top pick being released on Saturday night.  While they are ranked numerically, their order is only slightly important.  Each moment proved thrilling for the track fan, and we look forward to even more in 2015.  And be sure to sound off in our comments for moments you think we missed, as cutting this down to a list of ten was not easy.

    Kyle Brazeil - Last Week - Comment
  • NFHS: No more jewelry rule for high school track & field!

    Effective with the 2015 high school track and field season, the prohibition of jewelry will be eliminated. This was one of several rules changes recommended by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Track and Field Rules Committee at its June 16-18 meeting in Indianapolis. The committee’s recommendations were subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors.

    nfhs.org Press Release - Last Week - 10 Comments
  • Top 10 NY Moments From 2014 P2

    Well folks, that's it for the 2013-2014 seasons for Cross Country and Track and Field.  With the conclusion of the World Junior Championships next week, the majority of our athletes are home for the season, and building towards either college or those cross country courses in the fall.  We here at MileSplit NY have just finished our second year under new management, and have made strides in bringing you the best coverage around.  We've had new innovations such as Live Streaming and the incorporation of the NYS Archives, as well as nearly 14 million page views since September.  In terms of athletes, we've had unparalleled performances, new breakout stars, and countless new state records.  To keep it succinct, it has been another great year for the Empire State.  To commemorate the end of the season, we'd like to look back at our top 10 moments from the past year.  These may not be the fastest times or best performances, but they were moments that were aided by the stories behind them, the rivalries established, and the accomplishments achieved.  We'll be releasing two a day, with the top pick being released on Saturday night.  While they are ranked numerically, their order is only slightly important.  Each moment proved thrilling for the track fan, and we look forward to even more in 2015.  And be sure to sound off in our comments for moments you think we missed, as cutting this down to a list of ten was not easy. Top Moments From 2012 / Top Moments from 2013

    Kyle Brazeil - Last Week - 1 Comments
  • Rule change allows High School athletes to wear jewelry in 2015

    Starting with the 2015 track and field season, the prohibition preventing athletes from wearing jewelry will be eliminated, according to the National Federation of State High School Associations Track and Field Rules Committee. (via latimes.com)

    Kyle Brazeil - Last Week - 3 Comments
  • Top 10 NY Moments From 2014 P1

    Well folks, that's it for the 2013-2014 seasons for Cross Country and Track and Field.  With the conclusion of the World Junior Championships next week, the majority of our athletes are home for the season, and building towards either college or those cross country courses in the fall.  We here at MileSplit NY have just finished our second year under new management, and have made strides in bringing you the best coverage around.  We've had new innovations such as Live Streaming and the incorporation of the NYS Archives, as well as nearly 14 million page views since September.  In terms of athletes, we've had unparalled performances, new breakout stars, and countless new state records.  To keep it succint, it has been another great year for the Empire State.  To commemorate the end of the season, we'd like to look back at our top 10 moments from the past year.  These may not be the fastest times or best performances, but they were moments that were aided by the stories behind them, the rivalries established, and the accomplishments achieved.  We'll be releasing two a day, with the top pick being released on Saturday night.  While they are ranked numerically, their order is only slightly important.  Each moment proved thrilling for the track fan, and we look forward to even more in 2015.  And be sure to sound off in our comments for moments you think we missed, as cutting this down to a list of ten was not easy.  

    Kyle Brazeil - Last Week - Comment
  • Brenessa Thompson makes MileSplit All-American Team in Girls 100m Dash

    Brenessa Thompson, the New York state champion and New Balance Nationals runner-up in the 100 meter dash, was one of the following 8 individuals selected to the MileSplit All-American Team in the girls 100 meter dash from the 2014 outdoor season as they have been chosen by MileSplit as the 8 best national performers in their event from this past spring. (via MileSplit)

    - Last Week - Comment
  • Top throwers showed down in Chi-Town

    Many of the top throwers in the country traveled to Chicago this weekend to compete in the Chicagoland Throwers Series, which has been a great post-season opportunity for the nation's elite in the shot, discus, javelin, and hammer. The National Scholastic Athletic Foundation helps many of these athletes fly in from all over the country to compete in the the event. (via MileSplit)

    - Last Week - Comment
  • Who Were The Most Popular Athletes of 2013-2014?

    MileSplit HQ - We track all sorts of data here at MileSplit.  So we decided to share some of the facts.  Today, we have a popularity contest.  We searched whose athlete profiles  had the most hits over the past year.  Below, in order, you will find the top 25 most clicked athletes.

    Kyle Brazeil - 2 Weeks Ago - 1 Comments
  • Reclassifications Put Champions On Crash Course

    MileSplit HQ - XC is all about the school size.  Class A will be your biggest schools of the bunch, while Class D can be tiny.  Each year, those numbers shift, up and down, and the border teams can make a big impact on the success of past champions.  Check out some of the big changes below.

    Kyle Brazeil - 2 Weeks Ago - 1 Comments

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