Yesterday, I promised to produce a map of an alternate to my alternate course suggestion. I started out doing that on the forum, but didn't reproduce well there, so it gets an article of its own.
The Warren Mitchell Invitational, arguably the premier small-school meet of the plains, honors legendary Limon track coach Warren Mitchell.
Tara Pelton has raised more than a few eyebrows with some nice 100 and 200 times this spring. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Littleton's Colin Cannon has jumped to the front of the junior class 800 meters rankings with a big performance in Longmont on Saturday. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Amy Migl has been part of a Lutheran broadening of event horizons this spring. She enters the meet as the #1 discus seed and the #5 shot put seed. Contributed photo.
Jenna Lanskey topped the 5A 100 meter hurdle marks for the week, showing that it doesn't always have to be the same-old-same-old. Photo by David Pressgrove.
This weekend marked 10 new US #1s from the Texas Relays and some other nation's fastest times from the 100m to the mile
The new and improved bridge at the southeast corner of the Norris Penrose Event Center property. All photos by Alan Versaw.
Wiggins super-frosh Courtney Jenson topped the 2A Girls 1600 times for last week. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Bryn Haebe went a long way from home to run for the University of Alaska Anchorage Seawolves. Photo by Loren Orr.
Air Academy, CO junior Katie Rainsberger blogged for MileSplit from the 2015 IAAF World Cross Country Championships in the Guiyang province of China
University's Dawson Hopkinson was tied for the top 3A boys pole vault mark of the week. Photo by Ron Eberhard.
Skyline's Alex Hellenberg took on several 4A triple jump notables and came out with a big showing at the Longmont Invitational. Photo by Eric Versaw.
Springfield's Rafe Hutches posted the top 1A 100 and 200 meter times of the past week. Photo by Tim Hilt.
The calm before the storm. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Taira Cottingham jumped to the front of the 5A shot put pack with a 39-5 at the NC Golden Spikes #2. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Eric Hamer finished the 8K Junior Men's course in 42nd place at 25:58. Photo by Kirby Lee/Image of Sport.
Fairview's Hannah Freeman enjoyed a stellar day, turning aside all threats at both 400 and 800 meters. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Nathan Gish earned one of his two event titles in the 110 hurdles. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The more we run the 3200, and the more popular this event becomes, the more we learn that this is an event that requires some planning and forethought to happen well. Photo by Alan Versaw.
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- Maddie Mullen to SCAD Atlanta
- Noah Riley to Air Force Academy
- Anna Palacios to Oklahoma City University
- Dominic Carrese to Dartmouth College
- Sylvana Ross to University of Cincinnati
- Joshua Joseph to Adams State University
- Rachel Hough to US Naval Academy
- Olivia Babeu to SCAD Atlanta
- Emma Thomas to Grove City College