Some new faces entered the rankings this week and others moved up. Here are the final rankings of the regular season and you can bet a lot of these are going to change this post-season.
Only 14 September performances (non-DCXC) and just one August performance remain on this list. Check out the leaderboard as we enter the post-season.
For the first time all season, every major runner in Virginia has ran a 5K. Check out the newest addition of the Top 100 rankings including Libby Davidson.
The MileStat.com XC Invitational and Third Battle really shook up the rankings! Check out the newest Top 100 Rankings here.
The biggest movers this week did not come from the sloppy weekend but from the perfect weather during the weekday meets. Check out the Boys' Top 100 now.
The season is quickly picking up. Check out the latest Top 100 rankings after this rainy weekend.
The season just keeps getting faster. This past week we saw four new performances in the top 11 and many others in the top 100. Check out this week's rankings and the progression of the season by clicking on the series itself.
This week things got fast. The Great American XC Festival did not disappoint and helped changed 50% of the top 10 this weekend. Kate Murphy has a season opening 17:11 and took down Heather Holt in the process. Noel Palmer was fourth in that race with Samantha Marin fifth in what was a very strong showing from Team VA.
Heather Holt makes it a perfect five for five. That is right, with her stellar performance this past weekend she solidified her lead over the entire state of Virginia for a fifth consecutive week and expanded her lead to over a minute.
This weekend was huge when it comes to rankings. The entire top three and half of the top 12 places were all run this weekend at the DCXC Invitational. Saurav was the biggest winner of the group with his 15:01 performance and John Mackey was close behind as both are making big names of themselves.
Slowly but surely all the top runners in VA are opening up their 2016 campaigns. This weekend saw Rachel McArthur open up in a big way but Heather Holt improved her already state leading time on a very difficult course. Casey Kendall also utilized this big weekend to move up as well.
Finally after this weekend's slate of meets the entire preseason top 15 have competed. This level of inclusion provides us with great insight for how everyone is going to run this season. Though we are barely a third of the way through the season, it is still very telling based on season opening times. Check out the top 100 boys below.
Heather Holt and Ava Hassabrock were able to hold onto their spots this go around. The other 30 out of the top 32 moved up or jumped out the list this week. Check out all the movers and shakers in the third week's rankings here.
This past weekend produced a 90% change in the top 100 leaderboard at the top. Check out the new leaders and movers.
The weather cooled down a bit but the hills got a whole lot steeper. This holiday weekend the main show in town was the Chancellor Invitational which is exactly the race playing right above. This race didn't completely change the leaderboard but it did cause some shake up with the inclusion now of Riverbend and Patriot into the leaderboard.
The weather cooled down this past week but the courses got a lot harder. The main meet this past weekend was the Chancellor Invite and it had some rough hills. That didn't stop Danielle Bartholomew who improved her ranking to #6 in the state.
The XC season is finally here. Holt, Kendall, and Hassebrock all started off in a big way at Great Meadow in the heat and on the hills. Check out the full rankings here.
The XC season has finally started. Starting things off in a big way were the Vikings of Loudoun Valley at the Great Meadow Invite. Check out the top 100 rankings here and follow along all season in this series to see how the leaderboard progresses.