Watch Ryen Frazier with a US #1 10:05 victory lead another 10 girls under 11 minutes in the 3200 at the Raleigh Relays on Friday night.
Malia Ellington has always been on cusp of breaking through nationally & her Raleigh Relays mile win (4:53) earned her an all-expense paid ticket to NYC to race nation's best milers on June 13th.
Watch Philip Hall kick past XC All-American Adam Barnard and hold off Track All-American Matthew Novak for a 4:15 win at the Raleigh Relays and a spot in the adidas Dream Mile!
Don't miss any of the highly anticipated high school races on Friday night from the Raleigh Relays as all the races can been LIVE on Flotrack as well as archived on MileSplit after meet!
The Burlington-area meet has quietly become a solid place for good distance races (perhaps because the weather has been cool on this weekend the last two years).
Keon Howe (Mallard Creek) is currently the top high jumper in the state, but he'll have to defend that position from Christopher Garrick (Marvin Ridge) on Saturday.
Mallard Creek's boys lead the 4x100 rankings, despite the graduation of Quashawn Cunningham last June.
MileSplit is excited to announce our 2015 Indoor T&F All-American Girls Team presented by New Balance!
See what's on tap for Friday and Saturday, including our Featured Meets and On-Site Coverage events for this week.
Once again, the weather looks cold and wet, and that matters very little to the competitors that come to Paul Derr Track in search of big times.
The top prospects for the 2015 adidas Dream Girls 100, part of the IAAF Diamond League series.
Carrboro's girls came out of the gate blazing, running a US #10 time of 9:32 for 4x800 in their first big meet of the season - 31 seconds faster than last year's season best for the Jaguars.
MileSplit is excited to announce our 2015 Indoor T&F All-American Boys Team presented by New Balance!
Vincent Crisp is currently US #11 in the 800, and hopefully this year he will be able to compete for the 4A state championship in that event.
The top prospects for the 2015 adidas Dream Boys 100, part of the IAAF Diamond League series.
T.C. Roberson grad Sequoia Watkins made the NCAA Championship last spring in the discus throw, and she is off to a strong start this spring with a Top-25 mark.
Cary's Julia Brown posted a North Carolina best of 2:15.60 in the 800, which also ranks 16th in the nation right now.
East Lincoln's Damarius Valentine currently leads the state in the long jump, and ranks 11th in the nation, but can he repeat that performance when it matters?
The top prospects for the 2015 adidas Dream Mile, part of the IAAF Diamond League series
Surprise! Sydnei Murphy (Apex) leads the state in the long jump and ranks in the top 10 in the country. (Wait, that's the exact opposite of a surprise, isn't it? Never mind.)
Darryl Shaw's big PR has the Jack Britt senior highly ranked, one of several North Carolina athletes that stack up well against the nation's "power states."
Although some may hang their heads as indoors is behind us, pick your chin up, it's time for outdoors!
Ty Jaye Robbins (Piedmont) took possession of the state lead in the 200 Dash during a Marvin Ridge Invitational that produced four of the five NC #1's in this category.
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- Order of Events
- Mary Prouty to Georgia Tech
- Juwan Crowder to North Carolina A&T University
- Lily Anderson to Dartmouth College
- Levi Andrews to Creighton University
- Eduardo Andrade to St. Andrews University
- Christina Cole to Methodist University
- Lauren Hughes to Appalachian State
- Shelby Wells to Louisburg College
- Joseph Moody to Louisburg College
- Abigail Morris to Louisburg College