Colorado's got a loaded list of returners on the girls side.
Brynn Siles set off some fireworks of her own at the Superior Downhill Mile
Esther Diza-Mbelolo dropped 2.17 seconds off her personal best this year.
Liberty Ricca was one of four girls who dropped over 40 seconds from their PR this year.
Soroco's Ben Kelley shares his tips from the top.
Jackson Connelly dropped .60 off his 100 time this year.
Marlena Preigh was the fastest half-miler this year with a 2:07 PR, which was a six-second improvement from 2017.
There are 50 days until the first cross country race of the 2018 season, not that anyone's counting...
Raymon Harper improved by four-inches this year.
A list of books to get you through the hard miles
Lily Margolis improved by almost six feet in the long jump this year.
It took a five-second improvement to claim the Leap Of The Year in the boy's 400.
Tyrese VanHorne won the 200, and the 400 this past weekend.
Lauren Jarossy was one of 14 pole vaulters to improve by over a foot this season.
Arria Minor tops the charts as the No. 1 sprinter in Colorado this year.
The most improved 300 hurdles over the past year.
Stanford-bound Mary Gillett shares her Tips From The Top
Lauren Gale dropped over half a second from her best in the 100
Maya Evans went 20-01 to win a national title in the long jump at New Balance Nationals Indoor
Niwot's Cruz Culpepper improved more than anyone else from the 2017 to the 2018 season.
Joslin Blair claimed victory at the WMRA Mountain Running International Youth Cup in Italy.
Anna Hall won the heptathlon, and earned her spot on Team USA.
Emily Sloan nearly claimed her first national title in the 100 hurdles. Sloan finished second.
Levi Kilian and Heritage Christian swept the distance events this year, and they'll likely do the same next year.
Max Manson returns to the pole vault at the USATF Junior Outdoor Championships