Team Virginia made the most of Friday's action up at New Balance Nationals but for the most part it was not enough and many individuals and teams are looking for redemption the final two days.
Your one stop shop for all the results and information on New Balance Nationals for Team VA.
Here are your state records by grade in school.
Here is what it has taken to win nearly every outdoor state title for the guys' side.
They will attempt to run and win the 4x800, DMR, and 4xMile relays.
Here are the start lists for New Balance Indoor Nationals.
The quartet of Donovan Louis, Jordan Walker, Frank Royal, and Caden Billak are looking for some serious hardware and long jumps at New Balance Nationals.
E.C. Glass may generally be known for throwers and distance runners but that is not the only type of athlete they have.
The Bruins have two really good shots at winning a national title this weekend.
See what it historically has taken to win an outdoor state title.
That is the best thing going for him now is that he will ideally have six attempts to bring home the national title.
Another squad with an outside shot of taking home the hardware at New Balance Nationals is the L.C. Bird 4x400m relay.
The answer he would give right away is Team War in the 4x200. He isn't wrong either even though his girls are the U20 World Record holders in the event.
This may be our boldest pick but we definitely wouldn't be saying this if we didn't believe it.
Another athlete to keep an eye on up at the Armory this weekend is freshman Michaela Rose.
Last year finished 12th with a throw of 58-4, this year he enters having thrown 64-6.5.
The Tigers of Oscar Smith have some big goals for this weekend. Specifically their shuttle hurdle relay team.
She has already run 7.75 this season and is US #1 for the 55mH distance.
She finished third last year and this year looks to be the favorite for the 400m national title
Another Virginia athlete with a great shot at a national title this week is Osbourn Park's Sydney Banks.
They have run 1:27.64 already this season to rank third in the nation and fourth all-time in Virginia.
Watch this awesome race where Valley absolutely dominated.
Despite being seeded well below first in both jumps and in their first indoor state championships ever, this duo from Stone Bridge was able to successfully sweep the horizontal jumps at Boo.
Check out the girls' top returning list for the outdoor track events right here.
The weather is warming up and soon enough outdoor track will be underway. Here are the top returners for the guys' side.
States is in the books but for many athletes this is just the beginning. On the following pages are each classification's virtual meet based on returners next year.
They are the perennial favorites for the sprint and hurdle relay titles at nationals but here we look at them together against each other.
This James Madison thrower will certainly go down as one of the best throwers in the state's history.
Pulaski's Grace Boone ran one of the toughest triples we have ever heard of at the 4A State Championships last week.
Here are the currently entered VA athletes in next week's national championships.