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Virginia Track & Field and Cross Country News
Watch Rachel run away from collegiate athletes in a VA #2 all-time performance.
Once again we have a big one in store this weekend.
Your current state leader and US #10 in the triple jump is often overshadowed but not anymore.
Check out the virtual meet and rankings for this meet here.
Here are the updated girls' leaderboards thru week five.
Check out the latest set of rankings for the boys here.
Who is the fastest overall distance runner that has broken four minutes in the mile?
Check in for an Easter spin on Run Junkie HS!
DMR National Record Holder & Foot Locker Finalist, Sam Affolder is transferring to Loudoun Valley.
Sam Affolder, a Carlisle (Pa.) High sophomore, will transfer to Loudoun Valley (Va.) High next season following his family's impending move to Virginia
Here is your chance to vote for the best freshmen in our state!
Who won the weekend?
Who won the weekend?
This holiday weekend was fast, far, and high. Check out the best 50 performances from all the events here.
The 2017 installment will be live on MileSplit.
Battlefield (VA) senior Lauren Hoffman clocked the nation's fastest time in the 400 meter hurdles with her 59.05 performance at the Bullis Bulldog Invitational on April 15th.
Check out Mary Ann Magnant's awesome 1,700+ photos from this Saturday's action.
Though the premier meet this weekend isn't in VA, it doesn't mean we can hype the heck out of it!
It is going to be a huge weekend for VA considering everyone is on break.
This year's installment of the Bullis Bulldog Invitational is growing as good as the Bullis team itself.
Just like in XC, sometimes sitting back is what you need to do to win.
MileStat interviewed Team War's Coach JB at our practice visit.
One of the many Lake Braddock girls who fits that mold is Samantha Schwers
Mike Cunliffe talks about what went into parenting and coaching his daughter, star Oregon sprinter Hannah Cunliffe.
27 boys under nine minutes in the 3200m at the Arcadia Invite.
In spite of the shared vacation mode felt by many of the athletes, there was no shortage of effort or accomplishment under the blue skies that blanketed Norfolk.
Things are only getting tougher.