With our first hundred plus team meet this weekend, MileStat is ready to cover some meets this weekend both in Virginia and the District of Columbia. Check inside to see where we will be at this weekend.
With the biggest invitational of the year thus far just down the street, MileStat is out in full force this weekend on the grounds of Richmond's Maymont Estate. We will also have great coverage of the first ever DCXC Invitational in Washington, DC.
The 2014 Pennsylvania cross country season has reached the half way point!
The US #22 Green Hope Falcons (and their strong junior class) descend on the nation's capital for their first race in 3 weeks.
This past weekend Virginia's capital and our nation's capital played host to some of the largest and most competitive meets in the entire country. Both provided great fields and unique views at runners' speed and endurance respectively. Though they were very different terrains and difficulties, they both shed light on how multiple state competitions will fair. To start, let's recap some of the highlights from the Maymont X-Country Invitational.
The Falcons successfully invaded the nation's capital, bringing a bunch of hardware back to North Carolina.
MileStat's Mary Ann Magnant made the trek across the Potomac to provide unparalelled photo coverage at the first annual DCXC Invite. Check out some of her 4,000+ photos inside!
Alex Corbett and his entire Lake Braddock team really put it on this weekend when they raced at the first ever DCXC invitational. Corbett ran an impressive and new Virginia best 15:17 to finish as the runner-up in the boys senior race. Check out all the top performances and coverage inside.
In her second high school race in America, Eritrean born Weini Kelati (US #9), now running as a junior at Heritage High School in Leesburg, Virginia, took over the nation's capital at the DCXC Invitational in Washington DC winning the junior race in the day's fastest time by 14 seconds with a 17:45 5K performance.
The top 100 fastest sophomore boys coming into the 2015 DCXC Invitational based on season best 5K times. Westlake's Jay Hall was a winner last week at the Prince George's County Invite just outside of the nation's capital.