Digital resources are quantifying data once only available to the best in the World. One sprint coach is making this equipment available at the HS level.
The competition schedule is light and limited this week, as the State begins the slow ramp up to Sectionals week.
The last few Invitationals are still abound in New York State, and the Ed Bowes Invite allowed local teams one last shot at getting in a meet.
The action at Van Cortlandt Park never stops, as the AAIS gets their Invitational in.
With the return of the EastBay Cross Country Championships (formerly Foot Locker), the regional rankings take on a renewed sense of urgency.
After a delayed start, the Speed Rating National Merge has returned.
See all the action from the Saratoga Preforming Arts Center
All results from this weekend are on the books. Check them out below.
The last, large invitational of the year is here, and we have the race assignments.
Van Cortlandt Park once again brought some of the best competition, short of a national championship.
Nearly 10,000 photos from the largest meet in the East.
A look at how the meet would have played out if organized by School size.
The New York State Title race is divided by class, and we wanted to see how things would stack up.
While the highlight was obviously the Manhattan Invite, there was plenty of action state-wide as we hit mid-October.
Van Cortlandt Park has been home to many great performances, and we have them all, ranked through the top 100.
The annual Manhattan Invitational is hitting 49 years old, and with it comes plenty of history.
While the Eastern's race may be the most notable in terms of national competition, the letter races provide many great storylines for the local harriers.
Much of the day's action at Van Cortlandt Park will be devoted to the Letter races, and there are great matches on hand for all.
It is one of the most coveted spots in the sport of High School Cross Country: the top of the Eastern States podium.
The biggest meet on the East Coast is once again highlighting the historic nature of Van Cortlandt Park.
The boys from Ohio crossed state lines to take home team and individual wins.
October has rolled in, and the results along with it.
It is a brand new year at the McQuaid Invitational, and with it comes a brand new course.
The meet was a battleground for what would have once been the culmination of the season at Regionals.
We have got a Course Record over in New Jersey, and a dominant merge win at Bowdoin highlighting the win so far for New York State Individuals.
The Season is in full swing, and the meet results are pouring in.
Views from the pacecart of the course that would hold States.
Winning your race is nice, and winning the merge is even better.
We merged the results, then separated them by State Class, to see how the races would turn out.
Bear Mountain is active once again, as the Suffern Invite returns.