As we dive into that magic mark of sub-60 seconds, why not check out the top ranked athletes of the last 20 years.
New York Track & Field and Cross Country News
In track and field, there are always those magic marks.
It was the first weekend of double digit meets on the board, and MileSplit NY has you covered.
The organized chaos of the 4x800m hand-off and more was captured in this album.
When to watch your team, athlete, or state compete at the Bojangles Classic this Friday and Saturday.
Get steeple tips from University of Pennsylvania's director of track and field and cross country, Steve Dolan, NCAA All-American Jake Morse, and Canadian national record holder Matthew Hughes.
Athletes from the Empire State routinely seek out that warm weather, so why not rank those marks against each other.
Philadelphia has been kind to New York racewalkers
With the annual event occurring in early June, why not wish for warm weather while we relive some of the meets from the past.
Learn how to properly train to become a champion 60m/100m runner with an exclusive training plan crafted by Olympic gold medalist Lauryn Williams.
Learn how to properly train to become a champion 800m runner with an exclusive training plan crafted by 3-time Olympian Hazel Clark.
Which team returns the best squad for central New York?
Given the choice between a snowy home meet vs. the allure of the Arcadia Invitational out in Sunny California, the boys of Pearl River went with the latter option.
We took all the returners from Section 2, regardless of Class, and had them score in a meet.
With New York being such a powerhouse in the sport, its no secret that our Alumni go on to big things. Check out the Alumni Records we currently have on record.
The Pole Vault may be one of the most impressive events to watch in all of Track and Field.
Hitting a State Standard in season allows an additional relay or individual to compete at the State Championships.
Spring Track is back, and the alumni are getting a jump on the scholastic athletes.
We've gone through all the returning rankings by event, now let's apply them to team scoring.