Malibu (CA) High junior Claudia Lane reflects on her experience at the Great Edinburgh XCountry Junior Women's 4K where she got to represent Team USA. Lane placed seventh overall in an international field and was the second U.S. finisher.
California Track & Field and Cross Country News
Qualification for the Feb. 17 CA Winter Championships is underway at selected all-comers meets across the state.
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?
One of the legendary Track and Field coaches in California history, Hawthorne's Kye Courtney.
California phenom Claudia Lane placed seventh at the Great Edinburgh XCountry race in Edinburgh, Scotland. Lane was the top U.S. runner behind race winner Kelsey Chmiel of Sarasota Springs, NY.
Read Johanna Gretschel's preview, and then watch the meet live on FloTrack with a MileSplit Universal Subscription!
Malibu (CA) High junior Claudia Lane, the two-time CIF-State and Foot Locker National Champion, takes on an international field for the first time as a representative of Team USA at the Great Edinburgh XCountry Challenge on Saturday in Edinburgh, Scotland.
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?
After two years at the National Training Center in Clermont, Flo Golden South will return to The First Academy on May 19th, 2018.
A contingent of the very best high school cross country talent will represent Team USA in Scotland this weekend.
Before his breakout 70-foot throws in the spring of 2016, Bronson Osborn hit 68 in an All-Comers meet.
Recapping the Long Beach Poly All-Comers meet Saturday, Jan. 6 at Veterans Stadium at LB City College.
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.
Doug Soles of Temecula Great Oak has been named the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) cross country Coach of the Year for California, sweeping the boys and girls awards for the third consecutive year.
My picks for the top 15 individuals from the California 2017 Track and Field season.
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.
Winter track returning rankings series hub, includes ranking articles for indoor and all-comers.
ICYM our 10-part series recognizing the top XC athletes from the 2017 season, use this hub to navigate to any of the teams.
We wrap up the 2017 XC season with the final installment of our MileSplitCA series of All-State XC teams for 2017. Check out the Boys Overall All-State Team.
(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!
We are closing out the 2017 XC season by recognizing California's top runners. This is the penultimate installment of a 10-part MileSplitCA series of All-State teams. Check out the overall Girls All-State Team.
Claudia Lane's ever-changing interview cap was just one of many highlights from a great year of athlete interviews.
Our MileSplitCA All-State Teams series continues with Senior Boys. A very deep field warranted a four-team list, recognizing the top 28 senior boys in the state.
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!