Another big winner from last month and an athlete with one of the best comebacks was Jordyn Strange of Christ Chapel. This junior brought home the VISAA D2 state title in the 400m dash with her 59.72 time.
Virginia Episcopal junior and Foot Locker Finalist Dan O'Brien put on a show last weekend at the VISAA State Championships. He came away with state titles in the 800, 1600, and 3200m runs.
St. Stephens super sophomore Malcolm Johnson Jr now owns personal bests of 10.50 and 21.40 and ranks 18th all-time in the 100m dash for Virginia.
These sisters took home the 800 and 1600 meter state titles in what was both of their's first state title.
The season is not over yet but right now there is definitely a leader for the "most improved" category. That leader is Collegiate junior and VISAA State Champion Liam Bellamy.
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The 2019 VISAA State Championships should be the perfect mix of close individual competition and tight team battles. Here we preview the best events to watch this Saturday LIVE ON MILESPLIT. We also preview below the team battles set to be contested this weekend.
The VISAA State Championships are right around the corner and things are going to once again be very exciting. With four team titles up for grabs there will be a lot going on this weekend at Sportsbackers Stadium.
The 2019 VISAA State Championships will be streamed LIVE on MileSplit this Saturday. Signing up for to watch this stream will not only allow viewers to watch Saturday's action live but also will allow them to view all of the VHSL Live streams as well too.
For the first time ever, you will be able to watch all seven state meets live on the MileSplit network.