We wanted to take a look at what the All-Time best marks were for runners, adjusting for NYSPHSAA Classification.
New York Track & Field and Cross Country News
It's not all about the Large Schools. Coaching at the lower classifications have their own challenges and rewards.
We look back at where our seniors began their journey, as it begins to wind down.
In honor of the course that once held states, we've ranked every mark run there since, to see how it played out.
The Warwick Wave Invite this weekend looks to be heating the season up.
Tinman Elite athlete Drew Hunter, a 2016 graduate of Loudoun Valley, is here to answer your questions.
Check out the history of your team, and your Section, going way back to the beginning.
It's been almost ten years since the end of the "T-Shirt" era, but our results go way further back than that!
We take a deep dive on the new course layout, comparing it to its' predecessors.
On the course that would hold States, Section 3 came to race.
One of the biggest invites of the weekend saw over 1300 athletes!
Quite simply, we took every Speed Rated mark so far this Season, and threw it into one big meet. Which team came out on top?
A hub of all the meets with results in, hot off the press.
We've got the race vids from the Red Raider Run, plus we chat with some of the highlights.
Up next on our MileSplit50 boys team countdown is No. 4 Fayetteville-Manlius (NY).
No. 3 on the MileSplit50 preseason top 25 team rankings countdown is Fayetteville-Manlius (NY)
Check out the full MileSplit50 preseason top 25 individual rankings of the cross country season
We break down what we're looking for at every meet set for this weekend.
On this week's MileSplit LIVE, Travis, Bryan, Cory and Park discuss the goings and happenings of high school cross country
Next up on the MileSplit50 preseason top 25 girls countdown is No. 7 Claire Walters
We check in with one of the Top Runners in the Country.
It's labor day, so time to put in some work.
Summer is ending.
Up next on the MileSplit50 preseason girls top 25 countdown is No. 8 Brooke Rauber
It is the most contested course in the State, but is it faster or slower than the year before?
The Beavers have had a dammed good time at the top of D, and there's no sign of any changes a-coming.
A Red Storm aims to blow away Class C again, and near home turf in 2019 it could be even more ferocious.
The Spartans march for a fourth straight title, but a few XC armies stand in their way.
FM may have no static at all on its way to a repeat Class A title, but will a second A team go to NXN?
Bryan catches up with us from New York and Pennsylvania during Day 2 of his Workout Wednesday travels