Mia Manson holds the No. 3 mark in the country in the pole vault.
The New Balance National Indoor Championships are just two weeks away, and with no more indoor meets in Colorado, here's the updated list of Colorado qualifiers. Entries are still open through Monday, Feb. 26, so there's still time to qualify, though it'll take some travel.
Highlighting the boys qualifiers are Jequan Hogan, who's got the No. 5 mark in the triple jump, and Max Manson, who has the No. 8 mark in the pole vault.
Notable qualifiers for the girls include Emily Sloan, who's No. 1 in the 60H. This could be Sloan's final chance to nab a national record in the 60H. Arria Minor is No. 1 in the 60, and No. 2 in the 200 and 400. Rylee Anderson is in a three-way tie at No. 1 in the high jump, while Anna Hall is No. 5 in the event. Mia Manson holds the No. 3 spot in the pole vault, and Sydnee Larkin is No. 4 in the triple jump.
200 (21.94) - Jalen Lyon (21.86)
60H (8.14) - Zion Gordon (7.97), Cameron Harris (8.10)
400 (56.54) - Arria Minor (53.47), Kyairra Reigh (54.85)
Long Jump (18-8) - Maya Evans (19-10), Sydnee Larkin (19-4.5),
Triple Jump (38-2) - Sydnee Larkin (41-10)
Several Colorado distance studs will be added to list as altitude conversions will lower their times under the qualifying mark.