The most improved 300 hurdles over the past year.
Stanford-bound Mary Gillett shares her Tips From The Top
Lauren Gale dropped over half a second from her best in the 100
Maya Evans went 20-01 to win a national title in the long jump at New Balance Nationals Indoor
Niwot's Cruz Culpepper improved more than anyone else from the 2017 to the 2018 season.
Joslin Blair claimed victory at the WMRA Mountain Running International Youth Cup in Italy.
Anna Hall won the heptathlon, and earned her spot on Team USA.
Emily Sloan nearly claimed her first national title in the 100 hurdles. Sloan finished second.
Levi Kilian and Heritage Christian swept the distance events this year, and they'll likely do the same next year.
Max Manson returns to the pole vault at the USATF Junior Outdoor Championships
Faith Novess is the top returner in four events.
Emily Sloan leads seven Colorado athletes to this weekend's NBNO championships.
Isaac Roberts is the top returner in the 1,600 and the 3,200.
Remington Ross has been a dominating force in the sprints, and she'll look to continue that next year.
Cole Sprout ran 8:49.45 to add the two-mile sophomore class record to his resume.
Gunnison's Kelita Baroumbaye is the top returner in the triple jump.
Bayfield's Jordan Lanning will look to defend her state title in the high jump next year.
Michael Mooney leads Colorado athletes to the Brooks PR Invitational this weekend.
With Tyrese VanHorne and Luc Andrada returning, the sprints are already shaping up to be explosive next year.
2019 could be Niwot's year.
Anna Hall set the national high school record in the Heptathlon at the Southwest Classic.
Marlena Preigh dominated the girls championship 800 in 2:07.56.
Joel Nyatusah is the top returner in the 110 hurdles.
Jenna Fitzsimmons and Brynn Siles will battle once again next year.
Carter Dillon and Cole Sprout are two of five Colorado runners who have made the all-time list this year.