Colorado Track & Field and Cross Country News
Harlie Medrano tops the charts in the shot put.
Taylor James dropped a 54.72 400 for her second US Top 10 mark of the week.
Arria Minor made the most of the first outdoor meet of her senior year.
When your friends eat all the bagel bites before you get any...
Niwot's Taylor James owns five class-leading marks.
Drew Morton leads the class in the 200 and the 400.
Sydney Cotton doesn't need two arms to pole vault... #Determined.
Cheyenne Mountain's Ashlyn Ventimiglia cruises across the the finish line during the 4x100m relay.
Cassidy Cheesman leapt to a new Colorado No. 2 mark in the triple jump.
In the list of new names to think about, be sure to leave some space for Cherry Creek's Kel McDavid in the 400.
Connor Ohlson dug deep in the final lap to win the 800.
Dalton Kaines is currently No. 2 in the 1,600.
Freshmen Year: Runner-Up in the 400
Emily Beckner is No. 1 in the 800, and No. 2 in the 1,600 after Week 1.
You have until June 30th to nominate your coach for the 2019 Hometown Heroes Award and a chance to win $25,000!
Max Manson captured his first national title with a 17-7.5 PR.