Watch the 400 star become a 400 hurdling star!
Last year's XC times are some what indicative of change but what really shows you the improvement is the 3200 time run in outdoors. Check out the fastest 3200m returners for the girls right here to see some of the big names to watch this XC season.
The conditions could not have been better back in 2008.
Here are the top 200 all-time boys' performances from the Great Meadow State Course.
Check out the comparison here for the girls' top 500 times at both of these historically fast and competitive XC meets.
At New Balance Outdoor Nationals this year they rose to a new level.
Here is your chance to be featured in a stand-alone article on MileStat.
Check out these rankings from 2016 and see what 2017 very well could look like.
That inside scoop garnered him some great insight this season where he was the first to report that Potomac Senior's Donovan Louis was dropping football to focus on track.
Be ready for some big performances and maybe in the next couple years we will see another girl from SW VA going under 17:00.
Check out this awesome race from 2016.
The final chance for the class of 2018 to shine is this year and it should be a big one.
My greatest moment would have to be finally achieving All-State medals in all three seasons.
Their junior year was nothing but competitive, tough, rainy, and of course fast.
I had a great race and I was so honored to wear my uniform on my home course one last time.
Oscar Smith senior Peter Smith, better known as Sneaky Pete and the 6A State XC Champion, will not be defending his title this year.
I would say my greatest moment in competing in high school was my last meet this year.
A lot can happen in just four years of high school XC. There are definitely some ups and downs and even major plateaus too. Here is our look back at the now senior boys and how the class of 2018 has been changing over the years.
The quartet of Schwers, Davidson, Browning, and Murphy led from the gun and never looked back en route to their first national title in the distance medley relay.
Here are the definitive class records for the State of Virginia.
Check out these awesome photo galleries from the 2016 XC States.
In true patriot fashion we wanted to focus on the red, white, and blue today. Here are the top 25 boys all-time from 10 powerhouse school's whose colors are red, white, and blue.
In true patriot fashion we wanted to focus on the red, white, and blue today. Here are the top 25 girls all-time from 10 powerhouse school's whose colors are red, white, and blue.
Check out the top returning athletes in the six field events right here.
Here are Team VA's second and third teams for both the boys and girls of Virginia.
Check out the top 250 field event athletes for the boys right here. All of these rankings are based on this year's competition but has not included seniors to show us a great snapshot of what next year could look like.
Hear this great interview right here.
Last year it was close and this year it could be even closer at Great Meadow in the 5A Boys race.
Forget the big schools, 4A and 3A really dominate the XC scene right now and will definitely be the state meets to watch this year. Below are the rankings based on score for the entire state of Virginia.