Team VA per usual will be sending up a large contingent of top athletes to Washington Heights in NYC for New Balance Indoor Nationals. Out of this large group we have singled out 16 individuals and relay teams who have a real shot at taking home a national title this weekend.
Sophomore phenom Tyrese Cooper won the 200/400 while other Florida athletes excelled in New York.
Each year Team VA shows out at the NYC Armory in the NSAF's New Balance Indoor Nationals. This year of course is no different and a whole bunch of athletes are headed up to compete in this great meet. Below are the athletes currently entered to compete as of March 2nd at midnight. The numbers next to the name represent the alphabetical order and not ranking.
MileSplit MA will features several articles leading up to this weekend's meet in NYC.
See who has hit the standard and qualified for indoor nationals next month.
Team VA had hands down the greatest showing we have ever had last year at indoor nationals and that was with Drew Hunter not even running individual events. This year we may not have as many stars but the fireworks are still going to go off this weekend at the Armory.
Last year girls from Virginia saw only a few victories at New Balance Nationals thanks to Weini Kelati. This year though it seems we have the potential to take home nearly 10 titles if things go perfectly.
Despite being a junior with an astounding eight state titles to her name already, Titiana Marsh has yet to compete at either New Balance Indoor or Outdoor nationals. This season though is different, she is coming to NYC with one thing on her mind... a national championship.
New Balance Nationals Indoors day 1 recap
New Balance Nationals Indoor Interview 5K
Here's how our Bay Staters have done the last eight years at this weekend's nationals.
NBNI day 2 recap
Wrap up of CT's results on day 1 of New Balance Indoor Nationals
Fairfield Ludlowe's school record 4 x 800m after their 2nd place finish at NBIN Emerging Elite race
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