Remember this guy? He was dropping big winter times back in 2015, but you may be surprised which list he leads.
Lauren Rain Williams and Zaria Francis each hold the #1 spot in one of the events inside. Who else tops the rankings?
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Amanda Gehrich was a beast during outdoor season, and you could see that competitive fire as early as February.
Cooper Teare didn't post many all-comers marks (although he did race indoors last winter). Nonetheless, he sits on top of at least one event - step inside to see which!
Tara Davis leads the long jump - and you knew that. But she DOESN'T lead the triple jump for all-comers competition. Do you know who does?
Before his breakout 70-foot throws in the spring of 2016, Bronson Osborn hit 68 in an All-Comers meet.
Tierra Crockrell and company have put Calabasas on the map these last few seasons, and NOBODY gets more done with a small group of athletes.
Great Oak's emphasis on year-round training makes them one of the strongest teams during the winter season.
Will Great Oak dominate the distance races again this winter? With top returner Sandra Pflughoft, breakout star Fatima Cortes, and transfer Tori Gaitan, we're guessing the answer is yes.
Silas Hurst (Santiago Corona) is one of the top returning shot and discus throwers in the state - but he REALLY excels in the lesser-known weight throw and hammer throw.
The winter is fun because it mixes established studs like Ariyonna Augustine and Tierra Crockrell with a crop of brand-new stars that emerge every year.
(Photo by Kirby Lee) As our final retrospective, we've pulled one of the most-read articles from each month of a huge year in California track and cross country!
Claudia Lane's ever-changing interview cap was just one of many highlights from a great year of athlete interviews.
What stands out to you about the last track and cross country seasons? We've gathered ten statistical reports that we find interesting, meaningful, or just plain eye-popping!
Join us as we reminisce over the best moments of the year, as captured by our staff of outstanding photographers!
2017 was a banner year for track and cross country in California, and we were able to preserve some of the best performances from section finals, the state meet, postseason meets, and more!
No matter where you live in North Carolina, we have a meet you can reach. Come be a part of one of our SIX meets this spring!
Laurel Wong is the top returner in the pole vault, both from the winter all-comers season and from the spring, and she's still just a junior!
Great Oak's Jaime Navarro is one of a handful of California throwers ready to break the 60 foot mark this spring, and you can judge his progress by how he throws in the winter.
Emily Virtue is back! And judging by her success last winter, before she was fully recovered, look out for some big times this spring.
Carlos Carvajal's successful cross country season started WAY before the fall, or even the summer.
We all know how well Breanna Bernard Joseph ran in the spring, and all of that started with a solid winter season.
Did you know that our College Commitments page is a LOT more than just a list of athletes that have chosen their destination after high school? Check it out and see for yourself!
Chase Wells was a champion last winter. Will he be even better this time around, and what will that mean for his spring season?
Before we can truly say cross country is over for 2017, we need to recognize the top runners in the state for their hard work and achievements.
Olayinka Braimah is the top returner in the state in the long jump, and she showed that potential all the way back during indoor season.
Thanks to the National Pole Vault Summit in Reno, we always have a TON of good indoor vault performances - like Trevor Sheldon's mark from 2017.