MileSplit HQ - All this week, we'll be combing through some New York State History. Originally stemming from Larry Byrne's Greenbook, we'll be listing the top 100 marks from the four most significant courses in the State. Today marks the beginning of the All-Time Week. We kick off with the top marks ever at Bowdoin Park. Home to the Federation Meet, as well as the NXN-NY and NXN-NE regionals, some of the State's best have trekked up and down the snaking trails of Bowdoin Park.
Feds action with St. A's lineup at end. Mike Brannigan winner.
Wappingers Falls, NY - What was predicted as the deepest competition in recent memory, the outcome surpassed even those predictions. Simply put, this was one of the greatest meets ever assembled. Not only was the team scoring evenly matched on both sides, but 7 female athletes and 13 male athletes were able to break into the Top 100 marks All-Time. We caught all the action below, and the performances only make us more excited to return in two weeks time.
Wappingers Falls, NY - After a quick glance by the casual observer over the entries to State Meet, it quickly becomes clear this may very well be the most competitive Federation Meet in recent history. The team projections are separated by twenty points through the first seven squads, while the individual races surpass anything the season has provided before. Ladies and gentlemen, you don't want to miss this one. All four races, team and individual, will prove to hold amazing matchups, with big ramifications. Without further ado, enjoy our Federation Meet Preview.
Feds action with a Bella celebration at end.
Federation Acceptance Lists
Wappingers Falls, NY - One week later, and the weather people had feared has made its way to Bowdoin. While the snow may have held off (barely), the temperature has dropped, and wind has picked. Only the scorching hot competition will warm up the day. And we'll be there to capture all of it. Tune in.
Watch Mikey Brannigan confidently pull away from the Feds field, while St. Anthony's crush the team competition.
Watch Bella Burda win with the 5th fastest time (17:50) at Bowdoin Park and Saratoga Springs pack it up for team title.
Mikey Brannigan (15:30) & Bella Burda (17:50) win with 2 of the faster times ever at Bowdoin Park.
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