Asphalt is a big part of the reason that Liberty Bell tends to run very fast. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
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Jordyn Colter ruled both Liberty Bell and State in her freshman cross country season of 2011. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Liberty Bell 2011 answered a lot of questions. Among them...
At one mile into the Division 1 Boys Race, Fort Collins was well-established at the front of the page. They would stay that way. Photo by Jeff McCoy.
It was a sea of red and black at the start of the Eagle Valley Invitational. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The biggest invitational of the Colorado season is nearly upon us. In Colorado, and the entire Rocky Mountain region, the Liberty Bell Invitational needs no introduction. Some coaches love it, some coaches avoid it like the plague, but its presence carries a weight no other meet in the state can rival. As we do every year, we expect to see some big things tomorrow. And this year, the weather looks to be almost as ideal as last year was dreadful. There will be no 90-degree race time temperatures this year.
What accounts for the year-to-year differnces in results at Liberty Bell?
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