Check out some of the history of the sport, and see what numbers you'll be chasing if you want to etch your name into history.
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We pick apart every schools All-Time lists, to design the best All-Star DMR possible.
Scorching competition with historic results is the prediction for Burnt Hills this weekend
On a slightly altered Hershey course, the state situation got a little clearer after the 12th PIAA Foundation Invitational.
Some of Pennsylvania's top-ranked teams and individuals will clash on the state meet course in Hershey!
The State Qualifiers on Thursday and Friday provide great action from six sections.
A look at the All-Time Lists ahead of Saturday's action.
Their total now counts for 128-0.
The annual Manhattan Invitational is hitting 45 year milestone, and with it comes plenty of history.
We took time to catch up with two runners here at Foundation who have been preparing for their seasons all summer long. Jessica Donohue (North Shore) and TJ Hornberger (Lake Shore) share something else besides their schools resting on the shore's of New York States bodies of water; they both find themselves as the 2nd highest preseason ranked runners in Class B. You can catch these rankings in our extensive pre-season coverage, with the Boys State Preview coming out tomorrow, August 18th. And be sure to check back that Monday, to see our first ever MileSplit National Team and Individual Rankings. But first, check out below.
Stay tuned right here track fans, as the conclusion to the Outdoor season is surprisingly, and finally, upon us. The IAAF World Juniors are being held in Barcelona, Spain as you read this, and you can look no further for the results than right here.
Mary Cain ran US#5 AT 4:17.1 for 1500m, just missing the Olympic A standard. Marvin Bracy wins 100m in FL, but tweaks hammy. More inside! (Photo by Kyle Brazeil)
To some, winning a Penn Relays Gold Watch is a goal just as, and even sometimes moreso important than winning a national championship. Watches are awarded only to the overall American winners in Championship of America events at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia, kicking off for the 118th time next Thursday at Franklin Field. In some cases, most notably the sprints, it is harder to win a spot on the top of the medal stand than it is to win a national championship. This fact is because of the international draw the relays bring to Philly; currently, there are 62 schools registered that are not from the United States, with Jamaica the most represented foreign country with 32 individual schools. For some, winning a watch means beating the world. While the main events remain the short relays, specifically the 4x100m and 4x400m, the distance relays and open events are available on an invite basis. And with the the high quality meet comes a high caliber field in each of the 4 invitational distance events. We broke down the competition to help you see where the action may take place.
North Shore (NY) girls blasted an 18:50.91 clocking for 4x1500 meters to set the National Record for that relay. A big early season WOW! (Photo by Kyle Brazeil)
Fanning, Fayetteville-Manlius tops in the Bronx
US Girls No. 1 Fayetteville Manlius shows their dominance while a powerful Arlington squad overtakes US Boys No. 4 Shaker in light of recent injuries.
Former Bay Shore star joins Long Island coaching ranks
WESTBURY – Valencia Hannon sprinted from the finish line to the infield scoreboard to take a better look at her time. She wasn’t wearing her glasses, she said. But the truth is that she wanted to make sure she believed what she saw.
Middletown senior Mel Mosley ran himself into another class of sprinters Wednesday. He chopped an entire second of is personal best to win the 400 meters at the Section 9 A-D championships at Middletown, clocking 46.88 seconds.
WHITE PLAINS – Aisling Cuffe’s Friday consisted of watching a Harry Potter movie, a bullfighting documentary, watching Capitalism: A Love Story, lunch, and catching the beginning of the movie “Prestige.”
HUNTINGTON – From the gun, Kelsey Margey smothered North Shore’s Samantha Nadel’s shoulder. It almost looked like the Harborfields junior was using Nadel to hold herself back.
HUNTINGTON – North Shore set a meet record in the girls 4x1,600 relay at the St. Anthony’s Invitational Friday. When they finished, they were disappointed and their coach was fuming.
Samantha Nadel almost became a story about what could have been. She could have been the next great one. Or she could have been one that was supposed to be great but then became a story of fizzled potential.
George Kelly knew that his team didn’t give their best showing. And that’s the scary part.
WAPPINGERS FALLS – Fayetteville-Manilus took another step toward is fifth straight national championship Saturday, claiming the team title at the Nike Cross New York Regional for the third straight time.
WAPPINGERS FALLS -- Packer Collegiate's Eddie Owens clocked 15:43.9, the fourth-fastest time ever at Bowdoin, faster than Sayville’s Brian Dalpiaz, who ran at Georgetown, and Tully’s Lopez Lomong, qualified for the 2008 Olympics in the 1500.
These rankings were calculated by scoring the rankings as a meet. We scored 20 deep for individuals and 20 deep for relays. For example, for individuals 1st place received 20 points for their team, on down to 1 point for 20th place.
Roslyn’s Emily Lipari said she felt like herself again. Because the person that she knew had gotten lost in some alternate reality that included little running and lots of crying and questions and regrets of opportunities missed.
North Shore senior Brianna Welch, one of the top middle distance runners in the state since middle school, has verbally committed to compete at Duke University next year. She chose the Blue Devils after narrowing her choices to Duke, Virginia and Columbia.
North Shore’s Samantha Nadel is up and running after a strange and scary fall Saturday.
Charlene Lipsey didn’t wait for anyone to set the pace for her. She’s grown out of that. The Hempstead senior led wire-to-wire and wasted no time announcing herself as one of the top half-milers in the country Saturday.
The first How They Train of the winter track season features Brianna Welch of North Shore. How They Train is designed to give an in-depth look at how runners just like you train around the state. Since there's no uniform formula we decided to find out yours.