There is no off-season for MileSplit - we've had XC on the brain ever since the 2016 season ended, and we're ready to dive into preparations for 2017!
The great Shannon Rowbury (Sacred Heart) will be heading to the World Championships for the 6th time, the 9th time she has represented Team USA at the highest level.
Recent alumni like Isaiah Holmes (Oakmont/UCLA) found success at USATF Junior Nationals, while older collegians competed against the pros in the senior classification.
The last national-caliber athlete in the Class of 2017 has made her college choice!
If you compete in a major summer track meet, we're tracking your performances - and we'll keep those performances on one profile all the way through your career!
At MileSplit, our ultimate goal is to make life-long fans of the sport of track & field - and to that end, we've added the ability to record and track performances by even the youngest of competitors!
With our newest rankings feature, MileSplit can track performances in even the youngest age groups during summer competition!
Sometimes you can spot serious talent early on, and that's why it's fun to check out our new youth rankings from summer track!
We've added the ability to track summer competition in age groups through sortable rankings, and we'll continue to add to each athlete's profile as they move up!
Click through to see the future high school stars of California track & field as they make their way through age group competition!
We've added the ability to sort and rank performances from age-group summer track events, all the way down to the youngest athletes!
Check out our FULLY SORTABLE rankings for age-group competition this summer!
Rising junior Thalia Reid of Sheldon (in white) had a breakthrough in the 400 at the AAU Region 22 qualifier, clocking 56.87. She's one to watch in the SJS next spring!
Jamar Marshall is using summer track to continue to improve in the hurdles, and he's already the top SJS returner.
Julia Gonzalez is trying to move up in the NCS standings this fall, and using summer track as a means to get there.
With meets like Golden West in addition to AAU and USATF competition, there's plenty of summer track action in California.
Pamela Amaechi was great from the beginning in the shot put, but had to grow into her talent for the discus. See the career paths for the top 100 seniors in each event inside!
How good were this year's top seniors back when they were freshmen? In many cases, the answers may surprise you.
Alex Stout closed out her spring season with double wins at the CCS finals, plus a state meet appearance that resulted in a CA top 10 1600 time.
Justin Hazell had a brilliant junior season, and we can't wait to see what he has in store for his final year.
Tara Davis excelled in two events, as both she and Zack Shinnick moved up the all-time high school rankings.
After the amazing senior year she had, it's hard to believe Alexandra Beitia wasn't even sub-12 her sophomore year. See who else made huge progress over their careers inside!
Jake Woods is the top returner in both hurdle races, one of only two boys that lead two events.
Kirsten Carter has morphed from a surprising star freshman in the 400 to one of the top returning 100 and 200 runners in the state.
Did you know Owen Bishop first broke 10 minutes for the 3200 in his senior year? That and many more interesting career facts inside!
Nu'u Tuilefano ruled the SDS throws this season, making it through to the state finals in the shot put - and she's back again next year to do even better.
Jamar Marshall returns as the top hurdler in the section, and he still has three more years to improve!
Some Class of 2017 stars were elite from the very beginning, but others had to grow into their top-tier status. See where the top 100 graduated seniors were each year of their careers!
Foothill's Thurman Knowles will be the guy to beat in the 800 and 1600 next year, and he has state meet experience under his belt already.
There's more than enough returning talent in this section alone to keep us excited for 9 months until track season starts again!