We made a meet page to keep at the top of the calendar so it is always easy to find the hub article.
State records history should be easily available, a visible goal for young up and coming athletes who think they have the stuff to take them down. So we are very excited to publish this New Jersey State Records hub, which will have even more history added to it as we continue to finalize our lists and charts. This article should always be linked at the top of the current season's calendar for easy access.
Just note we will need your help with this as a community, if you see any missing pieces of information on this list or incorrect listings please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with an email listing the corrections so we can research and update.
For the official state records on straight away performances such as the 100m, 200m, and high hurdles we require legal wind readings. However we will also be keeping all-time all-condition performances for NWI and wind aided performances.
At this point for the outdoor horizontal jumps, the state rarely records wind readings, we're working on verifying wind legal and all-condition lists but for now those are all-conditions included.
New Jersey Track and Field History
Next is Class Records
Then All-Time Lists
Indoor Class Records
Outdoor Class Records
XC Course Records
XC Course Records
Also still currently working on placing all-time lists into the database so they auto-update each year along with a static top performers list that will be linked when they are finished. Spent a lot of time updating notes and lists that we had available to us including from the NJ MileSplit database, but this information is even more of a testament to all the different hands that had a part in preserving it.
I'm sure these individuals had their hands in any portion of preserving things through the years, in no specific order: Jim Lambert, Reuben Frank, Ed Grant, Paul Schwartz, Joe Lanzalotto, Pat Montferrat, Matt Shatkus, Robert Kellert, Michael Roth.
Past New Jersey Results
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