Reece Davidson wasn't throwing in Faith Christian this this past week, but he was throwing bit nonetheless.
Colorado Track & Field and Cross Country News
As Lyons looks to step up their game from last year to this, Ethan Burton could emerge as one of the key pieces, especially at 400 and 800 meters.
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Coal Ridge's Kara Morgan scored individually in four events at last year's WSL. The Titans will need another big performance out of the junior to defend their title.
Last year's stirring boys 800 contest between Hayelom Fitsum and Yanique Borne provided what was arguably the highlight of meet, which is not to say the meet was otherwise lacking in highlights.
Jaiden Paris dominated the 60 hurdles, running away with the win in 8.82.
Jonathan Rodriguez was a top threat in the 400 last spring and should be again this spring.
A closer look at how the presence or absence of football and soccer programs impacts the number of available athletes for cross country.
The Classical Academy's Erika Willis is the defending state champion in the pole vault, and the clear favorite to claim this year's ttle.
The annual CHSCA Track and Field Clinic is nearly upon us--now only a month away.
There are good reasons to pay attention to what happens at CHSAA Legislative Council next week.
Find out what our high school alumni did in meet action last weekend.
Distance standout Colton Stice could make Gunnison a threat in the team race. Stice is the No. 1 returner in the state in the 800, and the No. 2 returner in the 1,600.
Kaya Wick is best known as a pole vaulter, but she is far from a one-dimensional athlete, even participating in cross country in the fall.
Bailey Nock is the second Iowa City West athlete to join the ranks of the CU Buffs in the past year, along with Valerie Welch. Read on to find out how she made her decision.
Learn how to properly train to become a champion 800m runner with an exclusive training plan crafted by 3-time Olympian Hazel Clark.
There are three relatively close options for indoor track and field this week.
Tragedy has struck the Peak to Peak cross country community once again. Pumas athletic director Peter Chandler confirmed on Sunday night that Ed McConnell, the husband of cross country and track coach Kim McConnell, passed away on Saturday after collapsing while on a neighborhood run in Lafayette. (via www.coloradohometownweekly.com)
Jackson Connelly and Ray Robinson were two of the league's fastest last year. Look for even more of the same this year.
Learn how to properly train to become a champion 60m/100m runner with an exclusive training plan crafted by Olympic gold medalist Lauryn Williams.
Heat 1 was fast, but Deondre Ritter won the MLK Mile High 200 out of heat 2.
Rhyan Moore's high jump game was on at the MLK Mile High.
Kevin Follett has run over 100,000 miles in his life. If you want proof, you can just check the meticulous logs kept by the 56-year-old Fort Collins resident. (via denver.cbslocal.com)
Emily Sloan continued her rampage on the 2018 track season, capping her day at the Carl Lewis Invitational in Texas with a dominating 8.52 win.
If Salida is to repeat as league champions this year, senior Rebekah Earhart figures as a pivotal piece in that effort.
Kyle Hall is one of the bigger reasons Palisade figures to be contending for a league title this spring.
You're either the favorite, or the underdog. And how you approach the off-season can determine how many steps you take up on the podium come May.
As we enter the 2018 season, Ralston Valley's Maya Provencal is one serious contender for top-athlete honors for Jeffco 5A.
Catch up here on the collegiate performances of Colorado's high school alumni!
After two years at the National Training Center in Clermont, Flo Golden South will return to The First Academy on May 19th, 2018.