Shoncire Graham (center) dropped 1.49 seconds from her 200 this year.
Like the 100, the 200 is an event that typically seems minimal gains, so when someone drops over three seconds from their 2018 best, it's definitely worth a spotlight.
And the Leap of the Year for the 200 spotlight lands on Kyliana Gailiti.
The Fossil Ridge sophomore topped all comers. Gailiti lone 200 of 2018 was a 30.73, but she made quick gains this season.
Within her first 200 of the year she had already sliced a full second - and then some - off her 2018 best. She continued her climb downwards in time to 27.05 for a leap of 3.68 seconds.
She was one of two who improved by over three seconds, with the other being Alden Pennington.
The Battle Mountain sophomore shares a similar storyline here, as she too held a 30-second best from 2018. Pennington came out of the gates quick, demolishing her 2018 PR by over two seconds in the first race of the season. She inched her way to a 27.14 PR for a leap of 3.19.
Natalie Pollock and Julissa Garcia were a close 3-4, with Pollock making a 2.48 leap, and Garcia just a tick back in 2.46.
Editor's Note: List compiled with the Top 200 times from 2019.