Big names ran big in the 55 sprints and hurdles at 2016 indoor States at Cornell, and one winner dived for the gold.
A film from a 1927 college 'national championship' at Van Cortlandt Park was found in the Pathe Studio archives four years ago. Now we have the details.
Katelyn Tuohy and Elijah Claiborne completed their double gold collection on the second day of States at CNS in 2018 in the 1500 and 1600 meter races.
None of the team or individual races were really close at 2015 Monroe-Woodbury XC States as the dominators won out, but some young guys took big steps.
We only got the finishes at 2015 States for Walters, Vizza, Tasselmyer, Hurta and their top pursuers, but oh what a day it was.
At 2018 indoor States, Isaiah Claiborne bested reigning champ Ben Bulkeley as they pushed each other under the meet record.
Lily Flynn and Katherine Lee both crushed the meet record in the 1000 meters at 2018 States, but in the end it was a Koala in command.
Mary Cain put three shorter distances in her state record collection, but she also added the 5000 meters in her one go at it on the track.
Most of home-schooler Josh McDougal's big races were out of state, but he took over the 5K in his senior year and left big marks in the record books.
An in-depth look at the foundings of our sport in New York.
Lauren Harris got her mentoring from ex-champ and US top race walker Maria Michta Coffey and ended up with most of NY's records.
There were seemingly three ways that the boys 4x400m championship race could play out on Saturday, June 13, 2015 following the D1 action of the evening before.
In 2018 Katelyn Tuohy ran NY's fastest ever times for the mile and also for 8 times around the track, but Aisling Cuffe still has a claim on the 2 mile.
At two distances that the guys don't run that much, two standout guys had two standout times 13 years apart and a long time ago.
Pittsford-Mendon's Nathan Lawler and the Burnt Hills Spartans dominated the 2016 Class B race at Chenango Valley.
Young stars Brooke Rauber and Brynne Wright battled at the top and Greenwich held off Maple Grove in Girls D at Chenango Valley in 2016.
Jeanne Villegas and Morgan Wheeler set javelin records decades apart due to new design rule changes that were implemented in 1999.
Andy Silbsterstin and Glenn Hayward set NY javelin records three years apart more than three decades ago, and both may never be broken.
Fayetteville-Manlius got four fairly even relay legs together and rode them to the 4x800m title at 2017 States.
In 2013 after winning another national championship, Rudy Winkler made a stopover at West Point to set a national record in the hammer throw.
Jill Shippee let if fly at the New England Championship in her senior year and broke the 200 foot barrier.
In her final indoor States meet as a junior in 2016, Sammy Watson won the 1000m title and helped Rush-Henrietta take five crowns.
Ed Bowes who started the Manhattan Invitational meet in 1973 has passed away.
In 2019 at her home meet, Sarah Trainor ran by herself to a national record in the 2K steeplechase.
Some go to States just to win, others go to dominate. Here are the names of of the most terrifying beasts at outdoor States, event-by-event, 2010-2019.
At 2018 NBON, Northport rebounded from a crushing States loss for a 4x800m national title.
In the mud of Vernon-Verona-Sherrill at 2011 States, Nick Ryan led Fayetteville-Manlius to a one-point win over Rush-Henrietta.
Lanae-Tava Thomas added almost a foot to her own state record in the long jump at the 2017 US Juniors.
In the last race of the 2016 NBON national championship, Huntington took the crown in the 4x400m.
At 2018 States, Brooke Rauber fell on the last barrier and Aziza Chigatayeva took a first ever PSAL win