Emily Sloan made sure to end her 2018 season with the 300H record.
Bayfield's Jordan Lanning will look to defend her state title in the high jump next year.
Jequan Hogan's 51-8 triple jump was No. 1 in the country during the 2018 outdoor season.
Max Manson celebrates his state meet record with his father, Pat Manson.
Kain Medrano: The King of Throws Returns.
Kaylee Thompson lead The Classical Academy to the 2018 state cross country title.
Michael Mooney and Carter Dillon's clash at the line of the 5A State 1,600 race was one for the ages.
Taylor James is a threat in multiple events. She's the defending state champ in the 800.
Monarch's Max Manson is currently the No. 1 pole vaulter in the country.
Joel Nyatusah is the top returner in the 110 hurdles.
Anna Hall will look to put her stamp on a handful events this 2019 season.
Arria Minor sits No. 2 in the first edition of the MileSplit 50 Indoor rankings.
Cole Sprout vs the Lead Bikes - now there's a challenge!
Katie Fankhouser (right) and Quin Gregg (left) return as the State Champion, and Runner-up.
Niwot's Cruz Culepper is set to defend his title, but he'll likely have some challengers next year.
Bethany Michalak ran away with the 11-12 girl's national title.
Florence's Kylie Simshauser leads four of this year's top 10 into 2019.
Mason Norman is set for a three-peat.
Niwot's Taylor James is the top returner in a stacked 2019 field.
Anna Hall tops the rankings in four events.
Custer County's Micah Zeller is the top returner.
The indoor track season is well underway!
Jenna Fitzsimmons and Riley Stewart are set up for a big battle next year.
Niwot's Ares Reading capped his high school cross country career with a 19th place finish at Footlocker Nationals.
Will Kelly Christensen return to recapture his title? (Unlikely, with Ares Reading racing Footlocker!)
A high quality field highlighted Wednesday night's action in Golden for the second edition of the Mines Indoor Series.
Erik Le Roux is the top incoming freshmen in the 800 and the 1,600.
Emily Beckner is the top incoming freshmen in the 800 and the 1,600.