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California Track & Field and Cross Country News
State Meet champions aren't the only athletes recognized on the MileSplitCA 2018 Boys All-State Team. (Pictured: Kazmier Allen, Asani Hampton and Christian Shakir-Ricks in the 100 meter final at State.)
Accomplishing a feat that hasn't been done since 2000, and posting a US #3 time in the process? Yeah, that's good for the top of the list. Who else made it?
Olympic Coach Ryan Ponsonby checks in after the first two weeks of MileSplit's Official 5K Summer Training Plan, and answers some of your questions.
State Meet champions aren't the only athletes recognized on the MileSplitCA 2018 Girls All-State Team. (Kirby Lee/Image of Sport photo: Calabasas junior Deanna Nowling celebrates her 100m victory).
One last look at the top athletes in the Class of 2018 before they head off to the next stages of their lives.
Who leads the rankings in every event for the Class of 2018?
Field event athletes were the hallmark of the Class of 2018 on the boys' side. Which recently-graduated seniors made the Top 200?
Was Maddy Denner's huge state meet enough to earn your vote? Who else made the poll?
Eighth in a series of MileSplitCA All-State Track & Field teams focuses on senior boys. Pictured: Sean Lee is a two-time State Meet champion and four-time medalist in the high jump. (Lizette Adams photo)
Seventh in a series of MileSplitCA All-State Track & Field teams focuses on senior girls. Pictured: Double State champion Tierra Robinson-Jones battles two-time State champion Ariyonna Augustine in the 200m.
Jocelynn Budwig (Fowler) was one of several state champions from the Class of 2019. Does she have your vote?
Caleb Roberson kept the hurdles legacy at Upland alive this season, and has one more year to build on it. Who else leads the rankings?
The awards keep coming for Katelyn Tuohy, who isn't done making history just yet
Sixth in a series of MileSplitCA All-State Track & Field teams focuses on junior boys. Pictured: Liam Anderson hits the finish line to win the 1600m at the State final, one of three State winners in this class.
Did you make the rankings among all the top athletes in the Class of 2019?
The Class of 2019 has serious talent, and we've got them ranked in every event!
Nominate an influential coach today for the 2018 Hometown Hero award today!
Alysah Hickey of Coronado brought home a state championship in the long jump, while also placing 4th in the high jump.
Tori Gaitan was the top soph in California in the 1600 and 3200, ranking 4th in the nation for both among the Class of 2020. Is that enough to hold off the other talented 10th-graders in this poll?
Malcolm Clemons led the nation in the long jump this spring, and he still has two years left!
This fourth installment in a series of MileSplitCA All-State Track & Field teams focuses on sophomore boys. Pictured: Matt Strangio won the State title in the 3200 and is ranked US #1 in the class of 2020.
The best girls from California's Class of 2020 ranked in every event.
The top 200 boys from California's Class of 2020 in every event.
Rachel Glenn led the overall state rankings in the high jump, finished in a tie for 1st at the state meet, and ranks 2nd in the nation among sophomores.
Colin Peattie leads all freshmen in California and across the nation in the 1600! Who else reached the top of the lists for the Class of 2021?
Tell us who you think were the top performers in the Class of 2021 during outdoor track!
The two graduated seniors will now be eligible for consideration in the National Athlete of the Year competition.
Second in a series of MileSplitCA All-State Track & Field teams focuses on freshman boys.
The top 200 boys in every event from the Class of 2021