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.
Check out the top 20 rankings for every event right here.
See the top 20 rankings for every event according to the MileStat database right here.
Cole Beck leads the Team VA contingent this weekend in the sprint events down in Greensboro.
Tyler Pride of Potomac Falls had a very solid state meet, it wasn't until his second chance though that we realized how great it was.
Chantilly alum and Stanford star, Sean McGorty made the most of his final college race. He crossed the line first.
Check out the most up to date rankings for the girls.
The winner of course will receive their own feature piece on MileStat and if they are at Nationals they will run the MileStat snapchat.
Check out the post-state leaderboards right here.
It was certainly a weekend to remember. Multiple state meet records fell and the state leaderboard was essentially rewritten.
Check out all of these videos here.
In a meet that was supposed to be close, the L.C. Bird Skyhawks made sure it was anything but close.
Check out this race and others from 5A/6A States.
Check out all the photos here.
Wilson Memorial superstar Emilie Miller just won the weekend.
Here is the updated information regarding the state championships this weekend.
Your one stop location for all the action this weekend.
Clarification to the previous Media Advisory, the state track meet is still a 2-day meet and will begin on Friday as scheduled.
Winning here cements your name in history and that state title is something you never forget.
Thomas Dale senior and Georgia commit, Titiana Marsh, will not be competing in the 2018 VHSL 6A State Championships.
See who is competing and in which events right here!
States week is about more than just the teams and superstars in our sport. It is also about the stars who are trying to win that first state title.