Helen Gould has committed to run at the University of South Dakota.
Check out Iowa athletes who opened their indoor seasons this past week!
Kerris Roberts committed to compete collegiately at Purdue! Read more about her decision.
Take a look at the top 25 male athletes in each indoor event for the upcoming season.
Mike Jay and his sons have started Track Guy which is on a mission to give back to Iowa's youth through XC/T&F.
Tim Sindt has announced he will become a Cyclone this fall!
The Southeast Polk girls team peaked at just the right time to win the State Championship by one point. Here's how their season progressed.
Check out how Iowa high school alumni performed in college meets last week.
Check out lots of great photos, videos, and interviews from the State meet!
Read about everything that went down at the State meet!
Take a look at the schedule and rankings for the 2018 State Meet!
The Valley Girls and Johnston Boys brought home team wins at the Lewis Central State Qualifier, with Brooke McKee and Jaysen Bouwers taking the individual wins.
Check out all of the results plus videos and photos from the 2018 Conference meets!
Here are the locations and team selections for every State Qualifying meet this season!
Matti Plummer and Tim Sindt came home with the individual wins at the CIML Championships, with Johnston
After being the first Iowa High Schooler to ever break the 15:00 mark, Tim has his eyes set on bigger goals.
The Waukee girls absolutely dominated the Ankeny meet in replacement of Fort Dodge.
The Fort Dodge Invitational has been cancelled, leaving 16 teams searching for other meets.
Tim Sindt's 15:10 at Rim Rock has turned heads.
Tim Sindt and Micah Poellet came through with the individual wins, fighting through some major heat index!
Check out the top 50 individuals in each class after 6 weeks of the XC season!
Check out the top 50 individuals in each class after 5 weeks of the XC season!
Claire Edmonson has had a breakout race after winning the Luther All-American Invitational! Read more about her performance and other great races from the day.
The Johnston girls were a late entry to the meet, but made sure to prove themselves to everyone with an impressive finish.
After dozens of rained out meets, the Marshalltown meet has become a premier cross country meet with some of the top teams in the state competing!
The endless summer of rain has cancelled countless meets, leaving some teams stuck in September with no races under their belts.
Ashlyn Keeney of Liberty tops the list with an opener of 18:12 this season!
After 1 week of racing, take a look at who has cracked the Top 25!