Can any boy break on to the Top Ten All-Time?
Articles with Bryce Millar
Van Cortlandt Park has been home to many a great performance, and we have them all, ranked through the Top 100.
Katie Rainsberger could join a very exclusive club with a top-20 finish at Nike Cross Nationals on Saturday. Photo by Alan Versaw.
F-M boys & girls looked like two of nation's best tallying scores in the 20's at a muddy New York State Meet.
Saratoga Springs vs. Shenendehowa. Corning vs. Elmira. F-M vs. Liverpool. All this week in NY Section Champs
The two newcomers to the latest Saucony Flo50 Boys Individual Rankings both come from New York with Bryce Millar of Fayetteville-Manlius and Marco Pompilj of Collegiate. Millar was previously ranked to start out the season, but had a redeeming race at Manhattan to get him back in the top 25 with his 12:01 runner-up finish at Manhattan. Meanwhile, Pompilj propeled himself into the national discussion after defeating New Jersey's best and previous #15 ranked Edwin Rutto with a sub 15 5K at the Brown Invite.
In this week's Who's #1, we release our latest updates to the Saucony Flo50 individuals ranking after some long awaited season debuts for big-name girls this past two weeks and two sensational races as well as times put down by Alex Ostberg has him clipping at the heels of the boys' #1 spot.
MileSplit got the juice coast to coast this past weekend, which included some stellar performances as some of the nation's best went head to head.
These 14 XC boys went into "beast mode" with their race performances this past week (10/6 through 10/11)
The 7th running of the Boys Eastern States race at the Manhattan Invitational will pit some of the top ranked teams in the nation against each other in a battle royale. Twenty-seven teams will be toeing the line to see who can take Manhattan.
A big upset in New York! US #17 Elmira District (67 pts) girls took down the US #1 ranked squad Fayetteville-Manlius (71 pts) at the McQuaid Invitational with a 4 point win.
These 14 XC boys went into "beast mode" with their race performances this past week (9/8 through 9/13)
About two years ago, I wrote a piece for Milesplit NY called, "Musings of a Rookie Cross Country Dad", describing my experiences as a raw newcomer to the sport of cross country. I sent it in unsolicited to Kyle Brazeil, who I didn't know at the time, and he graciously published it on the site. Amazingly, and quite unexpectedly, this article took off and was picked up throughout the Milesplit network and by a few other running websites throughout the country, where it ended up being seen by thousands of parents, athletes and fans nationwide.
We teased you with a top 10 watch list article and a Who's #1 video ranking the top 7 boys cross country runners in the country. Now is the time to reveal our complete pre-season top 25 national rankings of the best boys returning in the nation for the 2014 XC season.
Mt. SAC and the first crazy wave of State Championships across the nation made for quite the busy weekend for XC! And what a weekend it was!
A quiet week of movement on the boys side, but there are quite a few harriers knocking on the door of a top-25 ranking as the post-season falls upon us. (Photo by Brian Stocks, El Modena T&F, XC)
New York, New York!! Manhattan was just as exciting on the boys side as three elite harriers battled to the finish. US #14 Tony Russell (West Chester Henderson PA) led the charge!