It was a wild weekend of action at the State Meet, with the fast track at Ocean Breeze playing host to some incredible performances.
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We break down the state of the relay in the state of New York.
Check out all the new US No. 1s from this past weekend around the country
Some huge stories came out of the Empire State this year, and the final chapter is yet to be written.
We've scanned the entries, and picked out our Top 10 Races to watch, ranked in order of what we're most excited for.
The drought is finally over, and we're ready for our first big meet of the season.
It's Nationals Weekend, and the country converges on New York's home turf for the one season with a singular National Championship Meet.
It may be four hours later than planned, but the New York Indoor State Meet is set to kick off one of the best meets in the Country.
A Friday TSTCA meet, along with the Dr. Sander Invitational, DVGTCA, TFCAofGP, and Franklin & Marshall are set for this weekend!
It's the first major meet of the year for indoor track, and Ocean Breeze is bringing some of the best to the oval that will again host the state meet.
The all-girls event, which yields performances in the 100m hurdles, 200m, 800m, shot put, long jump and javelin, often encompasses the most athletic track and field athletes out there.
Former Bay Shore star joins Long Island coaching ranks
When Strymar Livingston broke the national 600-meter record, his coach scolded him the second he stepped off the train. Before the hug. Before all the congratulations.
Before the race, Strymar Livingston paced back and fourth, in and out the arena, just to take a look at the national record posted on the board in the corridor just outside of the track, the record that he just missed three weeks ago.
Columbus junior Strymar Livingston and the Medgar Evers girls 4x200 relay have been named this week’s AT&T Armory Athletes of the Week, both setting state records over the weekend.
With Chamique Francis on the leadoff leg and Claudia Francis on the anchor, Cardozo can threaten the national sprint medley relay record of 3:53.17 set by Long Beach Wilson (Calif.) in 2001.
Anyone could make the argument that Columbus senior Whitney Fountain is the best short sprinter in New York State. The only argument is that she isn’t as visible as some other high-profile athletes.
The equation was simple for Strymar Livingston. He worked hard. He ran fast.