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Nevada Track & Field and Cross Country News
For this edition of Throwback Thursday we share this treasure we found of then Oviedo High School star Jenny Barringer's (Simpson) diary from the 2003 Foot Locker National Championship in San Diego.
We caught up with the duo and their coach Stephen Dunn as they prepared for Foot Locker Nationals.
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See which teams the selection committee has chosen to run at NXN Nationals.
Which teams on the bubble of NXN will get chosen as at-large bids?
Cole Munoz led more or less throughout the Medium School Boys race, but met with a stiff challenge from Wyatt Evans at the end.
When Nike Cross Southwest reconvenes next November, Samantha Schadler will be the top returning girl.
Cole Sprout tops the list of runners who should be returning to NXR-SW next year, but it's an impressive list well past #1.
Ty McCray of Wings surged to an early lead, but most of the trailing pack ended up reeling him in.
Up until about half-way through the race, the pack of leaders was tight and consistent.
The race standings were a lot different at one mile from what they would end up being at the end.
Aidan Troutner figures as a top contender for an individual berth to NXN on Saturday.
Mountain Vista (Vista Nation) figures to be a force in the open races as well as the championship races.
Justyn Knight’s high school PE teacher challenged him to do well in a 5K or get a failing grade. He won in a school record and has been on a tear ever since. The Canadian is now favored to win the NCAA individual title and has Syracuse in the hunt for a second team title.
Alyssa Wells of Holy Family (Colorado) should figure as one of the favorites in the small school girls open race.
The MileSplit LIVE crew examines what could happen at NXR Southwest this weekend.
Brace yourself for another rousing edition of NXR-SW Boys, but with lots of new faces this time around!
Learn how Karissa Schweizer, who never won an Iowa state title, went on to become an NCAA champion in cross-country and indoor and outdoor track.
Of course it's another year of hold-your-breath racing shaping up at NXR-SW! And a few girls who stand out from this photo in last year's race are very much in the hunt again this year.
The Flagstaff girls came out the surprising big winner in the Arizona state meet.
It's always a fast start at the state meets around the region, but the question everyone wants to know is who are the best teams.
Meet Chris Tracht, one of the only single leg amputee runners in the country to be running high school cross country.
Catch up on the moving and shaking among the region's top teams here.
Grant Gardner led Springville to a Utah 5A state title over Timpanogos and the top place in the boys merge.
Two meets shaped the news in Southwest region cross country this past week.
Check out one of Great Oaks' signature hill workouts.
Habtamu Cheney and Desert Vista moved up to #2 in this edition of the Southwest region rankings.
The Albuquerque Academy and Rio Rancho girls mixed things up nicely at the Albuquerque Metro Championships, with AA taking top honors.
This episode we take a look to see how Travis Tygart is changing the game with the United States Anti-Doping Agency.