Let's Get REAL and the fourth edition of the Colorado Elite Winter series highlight the weekend.
Erie's Kevin McClanahan is the top 200-400 runner of the past decade.
Valor Christian's Camille Peisner finished fifth in the 400.
Check out the Top 300 combined 100-200 sprinters from the past decade.
The third edition of the Colorado Elite series saw some great performances.
We've got two meets on tap this week, and it looks like the weather should be quite nice for both!
The final weekend of February was loaded with meets across the board, indoors and out.
Valor Christian sophomore Ty Garrett ran the second-fastest indoor 5,000 by a sophomore at Adidas Indoor Nationals.
We've got two high quality meets on tap this week!
Lukas Haug is headed to the University of Colorado!
Davis Hume cleared 15-8 for a new personal best in the pole vault.
Fairview senior Gavin Schurr ran the fourth-fastest 200 by a high schooler ever.
The second edition of the Colorado Elite Winter Track Series is on tap!
With indoor nixed in Colorado, a Polar Bear season has emerged.
There were some big performances outdoors this past weekend!
Niwot alumni Cruz Culpepper ran sub-4 in the mile this past weekend.
Emily Sloan is the top 100/300 hurdler of the past decade.
The ATB 550 Pole Vault Gym Session #5 might sound low-key, but there were quite a few big performances.
Watch Sydney Holiday run a 7.46 US No. 7 in the 60.
The REAL Training girl's Sprint Medley Relay ran a US No. 1 in the event.
Caden Smith is the top returner in the boy's 800.
Who are the best straightaway-returners for the 2021 indoor season?
Check out the top returning pole vaulters for the indoor season.
Parker Wolfe claimed the Colorado soil record and the RunningLane XC National title.
Cherry Creek, Valor Christian, Mountain Vista, and Niwot were ranked within the Top 12 nationally.
A historic 11-day span saw Cole Sprout accomplish a record-breaking feat this past spring. Unofficially of course.
Cruz Culpepper flirted with the most coveted barrier in track twice in 2020.
Niwot, Mountain Vista, and Cheyenne Mountain capped their 2020 season ranked nationally.
The trio of Riley Stewart, Bethany Michalak, and Mia Prok, ran onto another level this fall.
Megan Lonneman is the No. 2 returner in the long jump.