Here are the 18 things we are most looking forward to this outdoor season. Starting with number 18 and working our way down to the most anticipated thing!
The penultimate thing to watch this outdoor season will be Kori Carter in the 300 and 400 meter hurdles.
The secret is out, Oscar Smith has the best hurdle group in the entire nation.
One of the biggest things we are looking forward to this outdoor track season is the Team War, Nansemond River, 4x100m relay team.
Few athletes have ever improved, let alone ran, as good as Hannah Waller has.
After a long hiatus and recovery period it looks like this outdoor season we will finally get the showdown we have been waiting for all year, that showdown is Heather Holt vs Olivia Beckner.
One of the most anticipated things this outdoor season will be Britton Wilson and her record hopes.
This season though is going to be even more important for her. She is moving towards a very elite mark that puts her in contention for every national and state title in the high jump, a special mark as a junior.
The wait is over! This Saturday at the Manchester Relays state champion Gabrielle Holliday (JR Tucker) will make her return to competition.
Since moving to VA from MD Jabari Bennett has been on another level. He has improved his best in the shot put from 59' to 64-6.5.
One of them is our focus here as one of the most anticipated athletes of the outdoor season, that of course is Saint Catherine's Hannah Ballowe.
West Springfield could be one of the most overlooked powerhouses in our state these past six years.
This outdoor season though we are most looking forward to what they can run in all three distance relays.
If you ever see someone win the 55mH and 300m state titles indoors you can almost guarantee a huge outdoor performance in the 300mH.
Julia, just like other freshman stars, blasted on the scene in a big way and scared a whole bunch of seniors in the process.
The #17 thing we are looking forward to this outdoor track season is Grant Northcutt and whether his dominance will continue.
She faced some minor injuries and issues during the indoor season but will be competing outdoors and that means Virginia is back on the national stage.