Who's Been The Most Transformative Senior Girls Athlete?


Transcendent. Transformative. Influential. 

Every year we play witness to remarkable moments in high school track and field, whether it's on the track or in the field. And without fail, something incredible always happens. 

As these groundbreaking moments take place, we're there to capture them for a nationwide audience. But we wanted to ask: Which senior girls athlete this year has had the most transformative career, among others? 

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We're going to dig hard to find out what you're thoughts are on this subject, and the winner will get a special feature written on their careers, a highlight video based around their accomplishments and, of course, some MileSplit swag. 

Let us know what you're thoughts are on social media @milesplit on Twitter or Instagram and vote in the poll below. We'll announce the winner on June 7 at 2 p.m. Voting will end on June 7 at 12 p.m. Below you'll find a poll and stats on the nominees: 


The Nominees (We've Chosen A Selection Of Their Best Accomplishments): 


Anna Hall, Valor Christian (CO)

  • National record holder in the heptathlon with 5,798 points
  • National record holder in the indoor pentathlon with 4,302 points
  • Ninth at IAAF U20 Championships in 2018 in the heptathlon, 1st at USA Junior Championships
  • 7-time Colorado state champion in individual events
  • PRs of 6-0 in HJ, 19-10.5 in LJ, 40-8 in shot put, 14.03 in 100mH, 23.78 in 200m, 56.31 in 400m, 2:15.19 in 800m outdoors
  • PRs of 5-11.5 in HJ, 19-9 in LJ, 8.56 in 60mH, 24.92 in 200m, 39.71 in 300m, 56.48 in 400m, 1:37.47 in 600m, 2:11.81 in doors
  • Arguably the most accomplished girls athlete in Colorado history

Britton Wilson, Mills Godwin (VA)

  • 3-time Virginia state outdoor champion
  • 5-time Virginia state indoor champion
  • PRs of 11.85 in 100m, 23.83 in 200m, 40.78 in 300mH, 52.06 in 400m, 57.95 in 400mH, 17-9 in LJ outdoors
  • sophomore national class record in the 400m
  • PRs of 18-3.5 in LJ, 37.53 in 300m, 52.72 in 400m, 1:10.82 in 500m indoors
  • No. 2 all-time in 500m indoors

Claudia Lane, Malibu (CA)

  • 2-time winner of Foot Locker Nationals
  • 2-time winner of CIF XC Championship
  • 1-time CIF State 3200m winner
  • PRs of 16:30.30 for 5K, 15:49.00 for 3-miles, 14:30 for 4K while running for USA's Juniors
  • PR s of 2:17.30 for 800m, 4:51.27 for 1600m, 4:47.73 for 1-mile, 9:57.52 for 3200m, 10:01.18 for 2-miles
  • One of the most acclaimed girls XC runners over the last four years

Thelma Davies, Girard College (PA)

  • 8-time Pennsylvania state champion in in 100m, 200m, four consecutive titles in each event
  • IAAF U20 Championship qualifier for 4x100 USA Junior team in 2018
  • 3-time national 60m and 200m runner-up at NBNI in 2019
  • PRs of 11.42 in 100m, 23.10 in 200m outdoors
  • PRs of 7.30 in 60m, 23.51 in 200m, 41.11 in 300m indoors

Chloe Cunliffe, West Seattle (WA)

  • National outdoor record holder in PV with 14-8 clearance 
  • National indoor record holder in PV with 14-9 clearance
  • 3 clearances of 14-0 all-time
  • 8-times over 13 feet all-time outdoors, 10 times overall
  • PRs of 12.70 in 100m, 18-11.5 in LJ

Jasmine Moore, Mansfield Lake Ridge (TX)

  • No. 3 all-time in TJ with 44-10 TJ
  • No. 1 all-time all conditions TJ with 45-4.75
  • 6-times over 43 feet all-time in TJ
  • USA Junior National Champion in TJ in 2018, 10th at U20s
  • 9-time Texas State Champion
  • PRs of 21-0.25 in LJ, 5-4 in HJ, 12.42 in 100m, 25.90 in 200m

Arria Minor, Denver East (CO)

  • 10-time Colorado State Champion
  • Colorado state records in 100m, 200m, 400m
  • PRs of 11.31 in 100m, 22.89 in 200m, 51.92 in 400m outdoors
  • PRs of 7.30 in 60m, 23.43 in 200m, 40.60 in 300m, 52.74 in 400m indoors
  • One of the most accomplished sprint athletes of all-time in Colorado

Ericka Vanderlende, Rockford (MI)

  • 2-time Foot Locker Nationals qualifier, 1-time All-American
  • 1-time NXN finisher, 1-time All-American
  • 2-time Michigan State XC Champion
  • PR of 16:43.30 for 5K
  • 1-time 1600m Michigan outdoor champion
  • PRs of 2:13.08 in 800m, 4:42.75 in 1600m, 9:57.01 in 3200m, 9:59.92 in 2-mile

Kelsey Chmiel, Saratoga Springs (NY)

  • 4-time top 5 finisher at Nike Cross Nationals, runner-up in 2018 and 2017
  • Winner of the Great Edinburgh XC Challenge with USA Juniors in 2017
  • 1-time NYSPHSAA XC Champion, 2-time runner-up, another third-place
  • NBNO 2-mile winner in 2017
  • PRs of 4:23.81 for 1500m, 4:53.73 for 1-mile, 9:18.09 for 3K, 9:59.62 for 3200m, 10:09.65 for 2-miles
  • Highly accomplished indoor athlete with a PR of 4:44.55 in 1-mile
  • PRs of 16:43.80 for 5K, 14:10 for 4K

Skylar Ciccolini, Mifflin County (PA)

  • 2-time PA State Champion in the javelin
  • 1-time USATF Junior Olympic champion
  • No. 2 all-time in the javelin with a mark of 184-2
  • Six throws over 170 feet all-time
  • Five throws over 169 feet in 2019
  • Seven throws over 165 feet in 2018
  • Also competed in long jump, triple jump, high jump



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