When You Drop 4A 800 State Meet Record
The two best 400 runners in the state are set to clash in the 4A final.
Watch final 2 days of the Colorado state meet LIVE on MileSplit.com.
The moment you realize you're a STATE CHAMPION.
The definition of leaving it all out on the track - what an incredible finish!
Gunnison's Kelita Baroumbaye went 47-0.75 in his first jump to win the triple jump.
Monika Williams (left) and Kaiya Firor (right) battled across three events. Firor claimed three state titles.
Kain Medrano capped his high school career with a state meet record in the discus.
Avery Wright topped the freshmen class in the 100 and 200 at the state meet.
Ky Oday was the top freshman in the 400 at the state meet.
What. A. Finish!
Alexa Oatman topped the sophomore class in the pole vault.
Holden Tatman topped the sophomore class in the shot put.
Spoiler Alert: this one goes down to 1/100 of a second...
Lily Williams and Camille Peisner battled into the final meters of the girl's 400.
Watch Alamosa's Ian Jackson storm late to win the 2019 3A 400 state title
We've got an extra delicious 110 meters with a side of 10 hurdles, and for dessert, one of the most iconic finish line leans from the 2019 state track and field championships.
Niwot and Durango took this one down to the line...
David Cardenas torched the field over the final 200 meters to claim the 5A 800 state title.
Durango's 4x800 dropped a 4A state record in dominating fashion.
Arria Minor ran 11.31 in the 100 to tie the state record on this day.
We've got six photo galleries spanning all three days of action!
Yasin Sado captured the 800, 1,600, and 3,200 state titles at the 2019 state championships.
Fairview's Marlena Preigh picked up her second state title of the meet with a blazing kick.
Luc Andrada swept the 100 and 200 at the 2019 Colorado State Track & Field Championships.