Rising senior Pedro Nasta, 15:36 5k runner & 4:16 miler, speaks about his summer training and gearing up for cross country season, as well as past challenges and future goals.
University of Texas freshmen Kendall Baisden, a former high school track from the state of Michigan, looked the part as the pre-meet favorite and gold medal contender in the 400 meter dash as she dominated her first round qualifying race with a 53.28 clocking in the rain.
A list of top 50 boys returnees in each event within the state of Texas for next year's 2015 outdoor track & field season.
Post-race interview with Kinkaid School (TX) graduate and incoming University of Oregon freshmen Raevyn Rogers after a disappointing showing in the first round of the World Juniors 800 prelims finishing 6th in her heat with a time of 2:08.01 after being clipped on the first lap of the race while leading. The 2013 World Youth bronze medalist Raevyn Rogers looks back on her accomplished high school career and next challenge ahead in college.
Rising junior Madie Boreman, 2x State Champion & 4A 1600m record-holder, reflects on her sophomore year, pressure of living up to high expectations from freshman year and goals for the upcoming cross country season.
A list of top 50 girls returnees in each event within the state of Texas for next year's 2015 outdoor track & field season.
Thanks to YouTube and the internet, Myles Marshall has had the chance to watch one of the all-time great 800-meter races in U.S. history over and over again, a race that holds special meaning to the senior-to-be from Kingwood High in Texas.
Performance list for the 2014 USATF National Junior Olympics Championships to be held next week in Humble, Texas.
Julia Heymach, upcoming sophomore and 2013 5A Cross Country State Runner-Up, reflects on her first year of high school running and goals for the upcoming cross country season. Heymach was the highest-ranked freshman cross country runner of 2013 in Texas, with a 5k PR of 17:36.
Pre-season interview with Devin Clark of Smithson Valley HS, the fastest ranked Texas cross country returnee and 2014 5A 3200m State Champion, is hoping to bring her team to the state meet and take home her first individual cross country state title.
Here are the top 50 fastest returning girls cross country teams in the state of Texas generated based off the 2013 season best 5K cross country times in the MileSplit database from each of the team's top 7 returnees.
Check out the top 50 fastest returning boys cross country teams in the state of Texas generated based off the 2013 season best 5K cross country times in the MileSplit database from each of the team's top 7 returnees.
Effective with the 2015 high school track and field season, the prohibition of jewelry will be eliminated. This was one of several rules changes recommended by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Track and Field Rules Committee at its June 16-18 meeting in Indianapolis. The committee’s recommendations were subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors.
Haley Teel and N'Dia Warren-Jacques ranked among the nation's best in the shot put with their season best performances and Texas state titles. Their performances earned them spots on the MileSplit All-American team in the girls shot put recognizing them among the top 8 best in the country in their respective event.
On May 23, 2015, the Inaugural TTFCA (Texas Track & Field Coaches Association) Meet of Champions becomes reality. Champions from Texas’ three major athletic conferences – SPC, TAPPS and UIL – will be invited to compete for Texas track & field supremacy in a 1-day, finals-only meet. As well, the next top 6 times / marks in the state will be invited to complete 2 heats of a 9-lane track and to satisfy a similar number in field events.
Of the 8 top tier national vaulters selected to the MileSplit All-American team in the girls pole vault, 3 of the 8 All-American picks were vaulters from the great state of Texas in Desiree Freier of Justin Northwest, Kally Long of Wimberley, and Nicole Summersett of Austin Westlake.
Italy's Kortnei Johnson was selected today as one of the following 8 individuals nationally to the MileSplit All-American Team in the girls 100 meter dash from the 2014 outdoor season as they have been chosen by MileSplit as the 8 best national performers in their event from this past spring.
Here is a look at the top 50 boys class of 2016. The times are based off of times ran in cross country during the 2013 season.
We track all sorts of data here at MileSplit. So we decided to share some of the facts. Today, we have a popularity contest.
Six athletes with a connection to the Lone Star State, including high schoolers Raevyn Rogers, Desiree Freier, and Myles Marshall, have qualified for the World Junior Team.
As the 2014 outdoor season wraps up, we look ahead to the top 50 boys returnees in the nation for next year's outdoor season (2015).
Top 50 girls returnees in the nation for next year's outdoor season (2015).
Check out the top 50 fastest returning girls in the state of Texas from the class of 2015 for the upcoming cross country season. Based on season best 5K times from 2013 in the MileSplit database.
A look at the top 50 boys returning from the class of 2015 for the upcoming cross country season.
Every outdoor track & field season, state pride and braggings rights to who actually is the best, fastest, strongest, and toughest state for high school track & field in the U.S. is always debated. The big three of California, Florida, and Texas are always in the annual discussion. MileSplit attempts to answer that question by team scoring up the 25 performers deep in the nation for each of the most commonly contested events from this past outdoor season to determine who in fact are the best states for boys high school track & field in 2014.
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- Nike South / NXN South Regional
- US Junior Outdoor National Track and Field National Championships
- Vigil clinic coming to The Woodlands- August 15/16
- Natalie Polei to University of Colorado Colorado Springs
- Christian Culpepper to Metropolitan State University of Denver
- Jacob Walters to Point University
- Deja Young to Wichita State University
- Kate Rosentahl to Milligan College
- Kevin Aldana to Troy University
- Jasmine Torres to Texas Tech University
- Brandon Fielder to Johns Hopkins University
- Joacim Zuniga to Texas Tech University
- Kaitlynn Stowers to Emory & Henry College