Is Texas the best relay state in sprint relays?
02/08/2019 8:22:15 AM
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So, every year the age old question comes up about the best state in track and field etc. It has already been thrown out there this year in terms of Florida and North Carolina being better than Texas. I mean, the year hasn't even started yet. Either way, I am one who has grown a little weary and tired of the question without a real way to decided it about that certain year or event on the track or in the field. So, I thought it would be good to get some facts and history out there at least for us Texans to know. We could be just biased and homers, so what if the facts were presented? Then we'd have justification for our arguments and maybe a general self assurance and knowledge would just make us scoff at the question next time. What do you think about what the numbers say in the article? [url=https://tx.milesplit.com/articles/255964-is-texas-really-the-best-relay-state-in-the-country]https://tx.milesplit.com/articles/255964-is-texas-really-the-best-relay-state-in-the-country[/url] Do they present a good enough picture for an answer to the question? Is the sample size large enough or is it not enough to draw a conclusion? Sound off TX MileSplit and track and field fans!
So, every year the age old question comes up about the best state in track and field etc.

It has already been thrown out there this year in terms of Florida and North Carolina being better than Texas. I mean, the year hasn't even started yet.

Either way, I am one who has grown a little weary and tired of the question without a real way to decided it about that certain year or event on the track or in the field.

So, I thought it would be good to get some facts and history out there at least for us Texans to know. We could be just biased and homers, so what if the facts were presented? Then we'd have justification for our arguments and maybe a general self assurance and knowledge would just make us scoff at the question next time.

What do you think about what the numbers say in the article? https://tx.milesplit.com/articles/255964-is-texas-really-the-best-relay-state-in-the-country
Do they present a good enough picture for an answer to the question? Is the sample size large enough or is it not enough to draw a conclusion?

Sound off TX MileSplit and track and field fans!

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