Photos from the 2018 Freedom Games
It's time to start sharpening the razors edge, picking out select races to run fast, in preparation of the heavy lifting needed with multiple events in Championship season.
NXN champion Katelyn Tuohy made a statement in New York
It's time for the Ocean Breeze Freedom Games, as some of the top teams from the Northeast converge on the fastest track on the East Coast.
It's a busy weekend ahead with meets at Penn State, The Armory, Ocean Breeze, Dickinson, Haverford and more!
It may only be her first race on the track, but Nike Cross Nationals Champ Katelyn Tuohy (North Rockland) is wasting no time proving she can run fast on the oval, as well.
In it's third year of existence, the Staten Island Ocean Breeze Track and Field Facility has already become deeply ingrained in the New York running scene.
We have six live events this weekend on MileSplit including the Ice Breaker Invitational, the Texas A&M High School Classic, the Dartmouth Relays, and the Ocean Breeze Freedom Games.
Camden ran US#2 with their winning 1:30.09 in this race. New Jersey now holds the top two times in the nation. 1Camden HS1:30.092Henry A. Wise High School1:30.893Holy Trinity1:32.224Roman Catholic1:32.605Manalapan HS1:32.846Central High School1:33.69
While the rest of the state was busy dealing with snow days, quite a few Northern Region teams were making the trek up to Staten Island for some quick times.
Camden ran US#2 with their winning 1:30.09 in this race. New Jersey now holds the top two times in the nation.
The MileSplit LIVE crew evaluates Katelyn Tuohy's 2018 indoor debut