Part four of a four part series leading to the World Cross Country Championships to be held March 20, 2011 in Punta Umbria, Spain.
The series continues with Part 3: Defining the Moment. This week Aron Taylor spotlights Craig Virgin, Thom Hunt, Greg Meyer, Ed Eyestone, Steve Plasencia and George Malley.
The 2nd installment in a 4-part series by Aron Taylor spotlights Brent Vaughn (Colorado), Magdalena Lewy Boulet, Erik Olson (Stanford), Molly Grabill (Rancho Bernardo), Justin Vilhauer (Redwood), Ryan Poland (Oklahoma), Aisling Cuffe (Cornwall), Scott Bauhs and Chris Barnicles.
The first in a 4 part series by Aron Taylor. Part 1 spotlights Andrew Bumbalough, Molly Huddle, Blake Russell, Hannah Valenzuela (Apple Valley, CA), Ammar Moussa (Arcadia CA) and Craig Lutz (Flower Mound, TX).
Photo Above: Aron Taylor, left and David Taylor, right.
Galen Rupp and Chris Solinsky both went under the old US record with Solinsky the victor in 26:59.60. (Photo by Andrew McLanahan, PhotoRun.net)
The 1972 XC Legacy hightlights Lompoc CA, with an incredible piece by the late Doug Speck.
(Photo by Paul Everett) National championship fever is spreading across the country. The world of prep cross country begins its ascent to the national finals. Many will seek individual honors at either the historic Foot Locker National Cross Country Championships or Nike Cross National Championships. Nike Cross Nationals will offer the Team National Championship.
Photo courtesy: John Olson, South Carolina Runner's
US#9 Ferris claims 4A region championship with 15:59 5k average, US#10 North Central claims 3A Championship with 15:56 5k average.
Top runners at the California State meet; Div 1 winner Ammar Moussa far left; Div 2 winner Elias Gedyon center (photos by Margot Kelly) and Div 1 girls winner Molly Grabill. (photo by Dennis McClanahan)
The nation's premier individual national rankings releases the third edition of the Milesplit Sweet 16 National Rankings.
Teams across the great State of Utah are competing in UHSAA State Championship over the legendary Sugarhouse State course. Several teams stand on the cusp of tremendous expectations but many are seeking to walk away with state championship hardware.
Providence has shined her light on us...the Evergreen State
The second edition of the Milesplit Sweet 16 Individual National Rankings features new faces and familiar names
Idaho teams meet at the most historic course in Idaho State history to compete in an invitational to honor the greatest coach in state history, the Bob Conley Invitational.
MEAD MAKES 1ST APPEARANCE ON THE BOYS LIST!
Joe Rosa ran a new CR time of 15:04, 12 seconds over Forys. Jim Rosa's 15:16 is 3rd AT @ Holmdel.
US#7 SHADLE PARK GIRLS WIN 43 TEAM SUPERMEET BY 45 POINTS!
MEAD BOYS WIN MAJOR MEET!
SOPHOMORE NATHAN WEITZ (SHADLE) BREAKS THROUGH AND RUNS ONLY THE SECOND SUB 15 MINUTE IN MOUNTAIN WEST CLASSIC HISTORY: 14:58.
US#4 FERRIS, PLACES 5TH; US#7 ARCADIA WINS IN LANDSLIDE!
DESTROYS DIV IV RACE, SCORES 22 POINTS!!!
US#14 GLACIER PEAK'S 95:48 SECOND FASTEST OF DAY!!!
US# 6 TORREY PINES WINS ELITE IN 93:41
SUPER TEAMS FROM WASHINGTON TO MONTANA COLLIDE AT MAMMOTH MOUNTAIN WEST CLASSIC! US#7 SHADLE PARK IN ATTENDANCE!
US#7 SHADLE PARK GIRLS AND US#4 FERRIS BOYS AMAZING!!!
HENRY JACKSON HIGH MAKES NATIONAL STATEMENT AT SOUTH WHIDBEY INVITATIONAL
US#15 CJ HELBLING (16:29) / US#11 KINSEY GOMEZ (19:35) WIN BIG!
US#26 COEUR D' ALENE BOYS 28 points! Updated Article!
US#15 SHADLE GIRLS UNBELIEVABLE!!!
US#16 ADAM THORNE AND US#4 FERRIS CONTINUE DOMINANCE!
US#15 KAMIAKIN BOYS 2ND DESPITE BOUT WITH FLU!