New York Track & Field and Cross Country News
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Manlius returns two of the top returners behind course record holder Katelyn Tuohy, including Claire Walters at 14:13.2 (not captured below).
New York is once again looking to improve upon their State Meet format, more specifically in the qualification process.
A quick look at all returning runners.
On Tuesday Katelyn Tuohy was named Gatorade's overall girls athlete of the year
Who were the Kings of the Cage in the NY Weightathlon ThrowDown? Find out who launched the longest heaves in four different contests involving the shot put, discus, javelin, and hammer and weight throws.
The prep for cross-country greatness starts now with MileSplit's official 5K training program brought to you by Olympic coach Ryan Ponsonby.
Who were the Queens of the Ring in the NY Weightathlon ThrowDown? Find out who pushed it the furthest in four different contests involving the shot put, discus, javelin, and hammer and weight throws.
It was high flying at "The Barn" this week.
He's only run the course once, but that doesn't stop Garrett Brennan from being Bowdoin's Top Returner. See who else makes the list.
Sophomore Brooke Rauber finds herself the youngest athlete in the Top Ten Returners. See who else bumped into the top 1000.
It's finally here, our best moment of the year!
It's time for our runner-up, and honorable mentions!
We're getting closer to the top!
Will see anyone break into the Top 10 All-Time this year? Here are your best bets.
The Section 2 battleground is rife with competition, both as a team and individual.
Watch the full episode of Brandon Miller: Prodigy here on MileSplit
The list continues.
It may be another 8 months until we see Spring Track again, but let's take a look at the standings heading into that season.
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've taken out all the graduating Seniors, so let's see where you stand.
Well folks, that's it for the 2017-2018 seasons for Cross Country and Track and Field.