The top five men going into the 2019 outdoor season!
Our Top Story of 2018 isn't just one moment. It's a series of moments in which one athlete broke the longest standing State Record and then extended it on three other occasions.
Peralta won the 800 at the New Balance National Championships last June
Sean Dolan had a big race at the NYRR meet in New York!
The Hopewell Valley star has personal bests of 4:08.86 in the mile and 1:50.74 in the 800
Washington-Lee graduate Jabari Bennett made the most of his one year in Virginia.
Sisters Shadajah Ballard and Na'Taja Ballard had quite the weekend.
Instead of calling it quits, the Springers got back on the track and sprang back for the New Balance Outdoor Nationals.
Stafford (now senior) star Gennifer Hirata saved the best for last. This past weekend in Greensboro, in less than ideal conditions, vaulted her way to a national runners-up finish and to VA #2 all-time.
We picked five we felt stood out from the rest. Voting ends Saturday at midnight.
The MileSplit LIVE guys discuss their one big thing from New Balance Nationals Outdoor
They ultimately crossed the line in 44.92. That time is a Virginia state record and US #9 all-time.
Centerville's Emma Bucher won the Freshman 1 Mile race with her time of 4:57.61.
Timara Chapman took down the North Carolina Heptathlon State Record at New Balance Outdoor Nationals!
Brodey Hasty and Brentwood swept the New Balance Nationals Distance Medley Relays indoors and outdoors in 2018.
Nick Foster was one of several Michigan natives to secure an event win at NBNO.
Kenya Livingston and Addie Renner bring home their second All-American performances of the year in the high jump
This team of three seniors and a sophomore (Ahouman) combined to run 40.90 which ranks VA 7th all-time.
Saline's Anthony Dekraker claimed second place in the Championship 1 Mile race due to his time of 4:13.40.
Versailles' Joe Spitzer was one of many Ohioans who posted big results at New Balance Nationals Outdoor.
Yariel Soto finished second overall in the decathlon competition due to his 7025 point total.
Grassfield's Coach James Nixon is the 2018 Outdoor T&F Coach of The Year.
Christopher Alexander and Jamar Davis become NC's first 50-foot wind-legal Triple Jumpers since 2005!
University of Toledo signee, Claire Steigerwald was a member of a pair of teams that earned top six finishes.
Taylor Ewert collected wins at New Balance Nationals and the USATF Junior Championships over the weekend.
Kings and Gahanna Lincoln earned All-American honors in the Championship Distance Medley.
Ohio's Yariel Soto is one of the top contenders in the men's decathlon competition.
Jaret Prete finished second in the Emerging Elite Division's hammer throw event due to this throw of 179-4.
Check out the 26,000 plus photos from New Balance Nationals sorted by event right here.
Photos From Day 1 Of New Balance Oudoor Nationals
Selected highlights from New Balance Outdoor Nationals.