Video Credit: Kinfay Moroti l The (Fort Myers) News-Press
It was a busy weekend of action nationally in cross country.
And one of the craziest stretches of terrain came at the fifth annual DDD Invitational in Estero, Florida, where runners had to endure ankle deep water for about 100 meters at one of the state's more difficult courses.
As Texas was hit with Hurricane Harvey this past week, the southwestern coast of Florida was also hit with heavy rainfall and numerous floods.
Named after the late Jeff Sommer -- the former Estero (Florida) High cross country and track coach who suffered a heart attack in 2015 while coaching a state championship winning relay team before passing -- the course combines steep hills, muddy terrain, sand pits, hay bails, and criss-cross turns.
Check out the video above, which was shot by The (Fort Myers) News-Press' Kinfay Moroti, and click on the slideshow to read about other action across the nation.
Twenty-three performances reset the best times in the nation in the girls field, while 21 were set in the boys field.