The first-ever New York City Marathon took place on September 13, 1970, featuring 127 runners participating in a four-lap course around Central Park.
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At the inaugural outdoor Brooks PR Invite in Seattle in 2014, national champ Northport took on the best of the west in the 4xMile and came away with the win and state record.
We pick apart every schools All-Time lists, to design the best All-Star DMR possible.
How a former Pole Vaulter kick started a running family legacy, and the records he left behind.
Edith Brannigan, the mother of world-class runner Mikey Brannigan, writes about raising him
We break down the state of the relay in the state of New York.
This week, catch up on any of the MileSplit Coaches Corner podcasts you may have missed!
The second episode of the MileSplit Coaches Corner features Northport High School (NY) coach Jason Strom
The Hornets and Hawks are battling at the top again this year, but many other teams are looking to blaze a trail to the front of Class A.
It's time for our runner-up, and honorable mentions!
We're getting closer to the top!
A week after heartbreak, the boys of Northport came roaring back into the forefront.
You couldn't complain about the weather, and neither could you complain about the competition.
Some huge stories came out of the Empire State this year, and the final chapter is yet to be written.
There is something amiss in the world of Track and Field in New York State.
There were tons of exciting races at the 2018 Glenn D. Loucks Games in White Plains, New York, this past weekend.
We've scanned the entries, and picked out our Top 10 Races to watch, ranked in order of what we're most excited for.
Three relays make their way on the NY All-Time lists, and another makes the COA for the first time in over two decades.
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.
The Millrose Games, DVGTCA, TFCAofGP, and another Kutztown meet make up another big weekend!
The Millrose Games are the most storied Indoor Invitational in the entirety of our sport.
A Friday TSTCA meet, along with the Dr. Sander Invitational, DVGTCA, TFCAofGP, and Franklin & Marshall are set for this weekend!
he fields are primed for the action, and on both sides, we may see some new faces on top of the podium.
We pick out the seven best storylines we saw this weekend, and break them all down for you.
The State Qualifiers on Thursday and Friday provide great action from six sections.
See which are the strongest teams in each NXN region.
The Section XI Divisionals always bring the best of Suffolk County all to one course.
These are all the storylines of the early season, and those that are still developing.
It was two golds and a silver for Northport (NY) High graduate Mikey Brannigan at the World Para Athletics Championships
Northport (NY) High graduate Mikey Brannigan wins another international meet in electric fashion
Michael Brannigan and Hunter Woodhall both took home medals this weekend at the 2017 US Paralympic Championships.
Mike Brannigan, a junior at Northport High (NY) and his team are off to Nationals! (via Business Insider)
Pleasantville NJ won the COA boys 4x800 in a stellar 7:40.71, Villanova Collegiate Record 8:17.45. Amazing mile in KY with Brock Baker winning in 4:06.77. (Photo by Don Rich)
NEW YORK – History was made less than three weeks ago at the Armory in New York City - site of this weekend’s New Balance Indoor Nationals - by a runner that seems to break records nearly every time he laces up his track spikes. (Photo by Don Rich)
Alli Cash rolls Rim Rock. US#1 Christian Brothers Academy started their quest for another national title in Wappingers Falls NY with a perfect 15 score. (Photo by Michael Frazier)
MileSplit's National Cross Country Rankings
Sachem East girls, St. Anthony's boys roll; Margey takes title
Cheserek sets another meet record and Pembroke wins their third in a row.
KINGS PARK – Bronxville coach Jim Mitchell only yells during races. The rest of the time he’s pretty even. He won’t berate a runner that fails. Instead he might coddle only a little, with a simple, “It’s okay.”
KINGS PARK – Bronxville coach Jim Mitchell didn’t panic when his star runner, Henrietta Miers, needed to sit this one out. Miers had strep throat needed the week off and Mitchell chose to look on the bright side.
This edition of ArmoryTrack.com's How We Train features Northport senior Evan Bloomberg. In this new feature, we will take a look at high athletes, coaches, road runners, professionals, and anyone else who is an interesting story.
BEAR MOUNTAIN – Pearl River senior Mike Hickey glanced over his shoulder steps after the first mile of the race. He gauged his pace against his chasers then realized he’d be riding solo for the rest of this one.