This year was one of Virginia's finest in recent memory. It made for quite the competition to make this list in really any event.
After just two years, the RVA Relays is quickly becoming one of the most hyped meets of the entire XC Season. This year's installment is not only going to be the biggest and best one yet but it will also feature a glow run race now under the lights!
They ultimately crossed the line in 44.92. That time is a Virginia state record and US #9 all-time.
This team of three seniors and a sophomore (Ahouman) combined to run 40.90 which ranks VA 7th all-time.
After fighting off illness at the state meet, Mills Godwin junior Britton Wilson gave her best shot to make the USA Junior National Team.
Grassfield's Coach James Nixon is the 2018 Outdoor T&F Coach of The Year.
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The Bruins of Western Branch made it one for the history books and sent King Touks out in style.
Colonial Forge had a thing for theatrics at the 2018 National Championships.
This time they won the 800m SMR (1-1-2-4) National Title. Their time of 1:42.53 is one of the fastest ever run in high school.
In day two's action Team VA tallied up another four national titles, 18 All-American finishes, and a national record in the girls shuttle hurdles relay
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Kurt Powdar was on a mission, he didn't want to make it even close and this afternoon that is exactly what he did to win the Boys 110mH national title.
The team of Shadajah Ballard, Jazmine Tilmon, Adriana Shockley, and Na'Taja Ballard not only won their third national title of the weekend but they also set a new national record for the shuttle hurdle relay.
Thomas Dale graduate and Georgia commit, Titiana Marsh, made the most of her final high school competition in the triple jump.
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Team Virginia had quite the showing in day one of the 2018 National Championships. That included two national champions and five All-American finishes.
Team VA, more specifically Team 757, showed the nation was boss last night in the Mixed 4x4.
Today she went from being a star to being one of the greatest ever in VA track history.
In their first championship race of the weekend they left little doubt that they were here for more than an All-American finish by winning the Swedish Medley Relay in US #2 all-time 2:06.63
Here are Team VA's best shots, at least in our opinion, at winning a national title this weekend.
Team Virginia will not only be competing on the track this weekend we will also have quite a few athletes tearing up the field too.
Though Virginia will have chances here and there for national titles, the biggest chance we have is in the relays.
The hurdles historically have been some of Virginia's best events at nationals. We might not have the national record holder every year but we certainly have quite a few All-Americans.
Virginia has by our counting just three serious shots at a national distance title.
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Cole Beck leads the Team VA contingent this weekend in the sprint events down in Greensboro.