Who improved the most from last year's to this year's Great Meadow Invitational. Some remarkable improvements by many athletes over 12 months in their season opening races.
Stealing the show this year was Kelsey Chmiel of Saratoga Springs (NY) who won in a course and meet record 16:44.
Led by Carlos Shultz the Vikings of Loudoun Valley won both the individual and team title Saturday at the Great Meadow Invitational.
This weekend on the hilly, non-state, course at Great Meadow in The Plains we are going to be treated with a stellar invitational featuring over 30 different teams from three different states.
The former Phoenixville and Bishop Shanahan runner went 15:56 to win in his first race in Virginia.
Over 30 teams and thousands of athletes will take to the hilly non-state course at Great Meadow.
See all of this weekend's races combined into one set of rankings.
Just like last year we expect this meet and races to give the best previous of what the season will look like.
See who the best performers and performances are from Great Meadow's non-state (hill) course are. These are ranked by performance and thus an athlete could have multiple entries.
Watch this classic race from last year in preparation for this year's installment.
Check out all of the 4,000+ photos from Great Meadow right here.
Check out this fast race right here.
An in-depth breakdown of Saratoga Spring's Kelsey Chmiel's big senior debut
Check out all the race videos from the 2018 Great Meadow Invitational right here.
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