Top featured stories and articles on MileSplit's state sites over the past week.
A list of the top 50 indoor track & field girls performances nationally according to results and performances entered in the MileSplit database as of February 25th.
After attending many track meets, and coaching at many others. There still seems to be many questions regarding the art of sprinting, one is, what is an effective sprinters' warm up, and the other is, how is it formulated?" The answer falls somewhere between the two commonly used cliches, there's nothing new under the sun, and no two snowflakes are alike. Before combining the two to form one thought provoking answer, we must first agree that there is nothing more critical in reducing the incidence of injury, or having a sprinter perform at his or her highest level, as a proper warm-up and stretching. Consequently, we must also define the terms,"static and dynamic", which will lead us to the answer we so desire.
A list of top 50 boys individual returnees in each event nationally from last spring's outdoor track & field season.
A list of top 50 girls individual returnees in each event nationally from last spring's outdoor track & field season.
MileSplit will be on-site Saturday with photo coverage by Alan Versaw at the 2014 USA Cross Country Championships in Boulder, Colorado on the Flatiorns Golf Course. Nike Cross Nationals runner-up Elise Cranny from Colorado for the girls and Foot Locker Nationals runner-up John Dressel from Washington for the boys highlight the top high school entrants in the junior races.
His 2013-2014 indoor season was only limited to three meets in January, but Isaiah Brandt-Sims only need three tries to end his winter season of racing and prepare for his final outdoor season at Wenatchee High School in Washington to own the nation's fastest time in the 200 meter dash indoors with a 21.47 clocking against collegiate competition at the University of Washington Invitational on January 31st. A dual sport athlete who has signed a scholarship to compete next year in both football and track at Stanford University, Brandt-Sims is setup this spring to achieve a rare feat in becoming a four-time Washington state champion in the 100 and 200 meter dash in their largest classification of 4A.
- Jonathan Green to Washington State
- Zachary Smith to Washington State
- Elizabeth Webster to The Citadel
- Denham Patricelli to University of Washington
- Hannah Derby to University of Washington
- Lyndsay Leatherman to University of Washington
- Elizabeth Stevenson to William Jewell College
- Megan Beauchene to University of Washington
- Floriane Kameni to Harvard University
- Grace Sheeran to Connecticut College