Top match-ups to watch this weekend
Colorado Track & Field and Cross Country News
Wesley Tedstrom gives D'Evelyn a dimension of speed they haven't always had in the past.
Lina Corrales was one of six Colorado entries advancing to 1600 meter finals in Thursday night action at Simplot. File Photo.
Celia Smith is the CSML's high jumper of reputation entering the 2017 season.
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If Brie Oakley is to set a Colorado record at the Simplot Games, she needs to take down Tabor Scholl's 4:53 mark. File photo.
For the moment, at least, Brenton Emmons holds down what is arguably the most threatened Colorado boys record at the Simplot Games. File photo.
Historically, Telluride is strong in the distance events. Jaden Evans keeps that tradition alive.
In terms of name recognition among Colorado athletes at Simplot, probably none has more than Brie Oakley. But, the race she's running may not be the one you expected.
Workout in Washington with some of the Brooks Beasts!
We haven't seen a lot of Dawnielle Lewis this indoor season, but she is slated for appearances at Simplot.
This year, it will be at a brand-new discus venue, and, yes, we will be spinning the discus on Saturday morning!
After a nice showing in Albuquerque on Saturday, Drew Seidel shoots for another nice showing in Pocatello this weekend.
Learn from Nick Symmonds, Kim Conley, Ashton Eaton and Jeneba Tarmoh
Simone Watkins is just one of the reasons Denver East figures to be a potent force on the track this spring.
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Nolan Kembel was a key piece of Mountain View's title run last spring. He's back for more this year.
As close as you please.
Changes are already afoot for the 2017-18 indoor season.
Brock Helvey takes the lead on the very first step of the mile.
Zaccre Kenward douple dipped for titles Saturday in the long jump and triple jump. File Photo.
Corbin Mayes very definitely made the most of his opportunities at Steinhauer Field House this winter.
Callie Dickerson lays claim to the title of top returning thrower in the Lower Platte League.
Emily Gallegos-Francksen's mile on January 19 stood the test of the season at the Mines indoor meets.
Everyone knows about Montrose's distance presence, but Sam Distel gives the Indians a substantial presence in the rings as well.
The victory that didn't go to Alayna Szuch in Saturday's two mile did come her way in Thursday's 3000.
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Kallaway Wood is part of the sprint and jump depth at Elizabeth that could keep the Cardinals in the hunt all season long.