The most in depth video coverage New Jersey cross country has ever seen!
Watch 2015 Foot Locker finalist set a PR of 17:55 at Holmdel
Watch the action from the New Jersey Meet of Champions this weekend
We had FULL COVERAGE of the Meet of Champions this weekend check it all out here.
A look at all the returning girls from MOCs, including two time champion Alyssa Aldridge.
Here is a look at the returning MOCs athletes we will see back again next fall.
Catch six views of the action right here.
A recap of the girls action from this Saturday at Holmdel Park.
Two schools see their first ever winners including a shocking upset in the team scores!
A recap of the boys action this Saturday at Holmdel Park, and what a day it was!
Boys and girls race photos from the NJSIAA Meet of Champions.
We once again have multiple photographers, live updates, and multi-view videos being recorded at Holmdel Park.
Photos from the 2016 XC Meet of Champions
Welcome to our Meet of Champions preview where we try to predict the top ten individual finishers as well as the top six podium teams.
We have results back to 1997 for the girls at the Meet of Champions, here are the fastest 500 since then.
Here is an extensive look at the top 500 boys to run at the Meet of Champions.
Pre Meet with New Jersey's finest.
Everything you need to know for the NJSIAA Meet of Champions.
Top 500 girls at Holmdel Park this season heading into MOCs.
We've taken every performance from Group Championships have broken them up by grade level.
Check out what kind of work Don Bosco is putting in this season.
Albums from Mae Kellert, Aaron Laserna, RunningWorksPics, MaroonNews, and Pat Montferrat.
We have every single race from Saturday up on the site, each with six views of the action.
All-Star teams from each school over the years as well as individuals thanks to Joe Lanzalotto and Pat Montferrat.
I am very excited to announce that NJ MileSplit will be recording race video and taking photos at every state meet this fall.
Individual and team rankings broken down by classification at each state meet course!
The truly gifted appear to be created in a high-tech lab; born of the latest science and space age materials. Everything about them is precise, creating an efficient stride that appears to flow like water. The genetic lottery they were so fortunate to win makes even the most grueling workout look effortless. They cover mile after mile without as much as a bead of sweat forming on their brow, while the rest of us contemplate what is worse.......death or vomit.
We wish the best of luck to all the teams already working hard and hoping to make it to this point in 2016.
Here are all the returners from the 2015 Meet of Champions.