Over two dozen Colorado track and field athletes will put their outdoor seasons on hold for at least another week as they head to the Big Apple for New Balance Nationals Indoor.
10 boys and 18 girls will represent Colorado this weekend. Among those highlighting the massive squad include Cole Sprout in the mile, Max Manson in the pole vault, Zion Gordon and Cameron Harris in the 60 hurdles, Mason Anthony in the long jump, and Anna Hall in the pentathlon.
Sprout is racing his first big mile of the 2019 season following a third place finish at Nike Cross Nationals last December, while Manson enters the meet with the No. 3 mark in the country. Meanwhile, Gordon and Harris are currently sitting No. 6 and No. 7 in the 60 hurdles, while Anthony is just outside the Top 10 in the long jump, at No. 12.
And Colorado's best bet for a national title, in addition to a(nother) national record, is undoubtedly Hall, who currently owns the high school pentathlon national record of 4,302 points, and is the two-time defending champ.
60 Hurdles: Zion Gordon, Cameron Harris, Zaire Jackson
Mile: Cole Sprout
Pole Vault: Max Manson
Long Jump: Mason Anthony
Emerging Elite 60: Keirryse Simpson
Emerging Elite 200: Gavin Sawchuk, Keirryse Simpson
Emerging Elite 400: Langston Williams
Emerginer Elite Long Jump: Langston Williams
Freshmen 60: Gavin Sawchuk
Freshmen Mile: Bryce Reeburgh
60: Maya Provencal
60 Hurdles: Esther Diza-Mbelolo, Sydney Holiday
200 - Alexus Alexander, Sydney Holiday
Mile: Quinn McConnell
Weight Throw: Jane Powers
Pentathlon: Anna Hall
Emerging Elite Mile: Anna Shults
Emerging Elite 2 Mile: Lanie Szuch
Emergering Elite Long Jump: Megan Lonneman
Emerging Elite Triple Jump: Hailey Harris
Emerging Elite Shot Put: Logan DeRock
Freshmen Mile: Lanie Szuch
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