The runners at the 2018 edition of the Classic inserted themselves ALL OVER the list of top times for the past decade, and they completely re-wrote the 3-year rankings for the course!
Rayna Stanziano won the De La Salle Invitational this weekend - where does that put her in a merge of 5 of NorCal's early-season 3 Mile meets?
Brie Oakley is one of four girls to go under 16 in the last five years at the Classic, and two of them are back in Buchanan uniforms this year.
Blake Haney clocked 13:55 in 2013, leading five boys who have broken 14 over the last 5 editions of the nationally-renowned meet.
We have been charting year-to-year improvement over the last 6 seasons for many of California's best programs, and the data is interesting - and at times surprising!
Every season brings fast early 3 mile times, but this year's group appears to be even deeper than usual - and that could bode well for Woodbridge!
Through the power of the MileSplit database, we can compare athletes and teams from different races in the same meet, different meets of the same race distance, or different meets on the same course.
Catch up on all of our on-site meet coverage, plus highlights from every meet that has reported results to us!
The country's largest and most competitive region produces nationally ranked teams and individuals year after year. See the candidates inside!
Lowell's boys are set to dominate their section (not surprising), and their returning squad could be a legitimate top 25 team this fall.
Step inside for links to our deep dive into the top returners in each graduating class. Now all we need is some data on the Class of 2022
Marcus Mota is the favorite in Division 1, but the interesting aspect of the 2018 Central Section is the number of possible strong teams emerging. Find links to all the rankings inside!
Liam Anderson is not just a D3 state meet contender, and a candidate to be the top runner in CA. He is also one of the best in the nation this fall.
Several teams and individuals caught my eye during Saturday's meet for exceeding expectations. Step inside to find out who impressed!
Sophie Debenedetti leads a St. Francis team that could be very special this fall.
You know about Matt Strangio. Do you know the other top-flight boys from the SJS?
Natalie Harper is the top returner in the SJS, but she will have quite a lot of competition for the title of top runner by the end of the 2018 season.
Two teams with big goals for the 2018 season will square off against top NC, SC, and TN teams at one of the state's great early-season meets.
Caroline Garrett and Oakland Tech are poised for a seriously special season this fall.
Daniel Perry leads a Skyline team that is set to dominate the section again in 2018.
Skyline's Eleanor Wikstrom will be looking to move into the top 20 of Division 2 this fall.
Del Norte, led by Zev Fiedelberg, has the inside track to a D2 title and could be the best boys team in the section overall.
Kevin Ramos is back for his final cross country season, and is poised to compete for the title of best individual in the state.
After a frustrating track season Claudia Lane is ready to resume racing this fall - and we're ready to watch her burn up the courses!
The Stanford brothers already go 1-3 in their section, and they've added Caleb Niednagel to their team to join them at the top of the rankings.
Kristin Fahy has unfinished business from 2017, and she had an excellent track season on which to build even more success.
Hana Hall is looking to improve on her 10th place finish at the state meet last fall - and her team is legit, as well.
The Northern section has some serious individual talent this year, so Charlie Giannini will need to be sharp to hold onto his title.
Britta Bundy could give Chico a chance to win both the boys and girls individual titles this fall, but Hana Hall won't make it easy for her.
You should NEVER overlook the top teams and individuals out of Los Angeles - even though they may be surrounded by the mighty Southern Section, there is talent worth watching here.