McKinley Fielding is viewed as an international woman of mystery by many in the Northeast and, to an extent, there is some truth to that notion.
The pandemic has allowed athletes to improve in silence, ready to make a big splash when Track eventually returns.
Katie Turk continues to plan for her future even if her present appears to have stalled.
Leah Pasqualetti earned an expected victory at Saturday's inaugural Vault Factory's Fourth of July Bash but the win proved to be bittersweet.
The Rockland County Hall Of Famer had his biggest battle yet, as the virus struck his family and his College Coaching Season.
Individuals across the State had found success. But what happens when some of the best potential, forms a group to train together?
With four straight years of Vaulting now under their belt, Upstate New York is about to join the scene in a very big way.
The longtime Meet Director is spending Loucks the one place he never thought he would: packing T-Shirts in his basement for Healthcare Workers.
This spring, like much of the country, Dan Doherty finds himself at home. It's a far cry from the many hats he usually is wearing at this point in the Season.
From the 3000m State Record, To the Pro's, To the World Record, John Trautmann couldn't stay away from the sport too long.
How athletes adapted when you go from NCAA favorite, to retired before the gun even goes off?
You know the voice, now meet the man behind the mic.
One race. Three local legends. All under the State (and National) Record, that would last 31 years.
He's already NY #6 All-Time. But that National Record is on his mind.
The biggest threat to the Section 10 Recordbook is finding herself traveling to bigger meets all while balancing a Hockey career.
Proper food energy sources lead the Senior to the top of the leaderboards, and possibly a new College Major next year.
The woman behind the Ocean Breeze Park, home to the Ocean Breeze Track and Field Facility.
The Upstate Jumper has NASA on his mind, as he bounds to the top of the leaderboards.
Back when female prep running was in the sport's infancy, one upstate superstar became the first to take on the country.
What originally was a decision to help the team path to States more attainable, helped their top individual rise as well.
The race for a spot at NXN was one last shot to conquer Bowdoin.
The Junior from Brooklyn gave her school its highest CHSAA finish - and its last.
The man with the starter's pistol.
The Miller Place senior is poised for a big race.
The son of a Collegiate Coach is making his rise to the top in the PSAL.
As a Senior, she's one of the top in the State. Her teammates hadn't hit Middle School when she started running as a Sophomore.
It was just about 11 months ago that Sarah Connelly started to feel as if she belonged in the group of prep runners that are considered the nation's elite.
She's now a two-time State Champion, realizing what that means in one of the most competitive States in the Country.
She won a State Title in 2015. As the competition got faster, so did she.
You've heard the voice, now hear the story.