The final rankings for the MileSplit Virtual Classic.
Please join us in participating in the virtual invitational.
The MileSplit Virtual Classic is here.While your high school season may be delayed -- or for some, outright canceled -- we want to give you the opportunity to test your fitness or strength with a challenge. Starting today, we're bringing you an online competition where we'll track your efforts over nearly two months of effort.Our competition will include sprints, mid-distance, distance, throws and jumping events and we'll make sure to keep you honest by updating a weekly national leaderboard of the challenge's top performer. We can't stress enough: BE SMART, BE SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE, and follow all state and federal guidelines while you are outside.Launch Date: April 6 (You must submit a performance that was completed on this date or later)Final Submission Date: May 31 (You must submit a performance that was completed before this date or on it)The top three placers in each category will even get a medal and t-shirt. Make sure to send a video recording of your performance to firstname.lastname@example.org for the submission to be official, and complete the Google Form below. Also, make sure to hashtag your efforts #MileSplitVC.
We anwser some frequently asked questions about the MileSplit Virtual Classic.
Leo Daschbach ran a 4:03 mile over the weekend for the MileSplit Virtual Classic.
Glenbard West High School (IL) and future University of Michigan Wolverine Katelynne Hart clocked a 4:42 mile as part of the MileSplit Virtual Classic.
Watch some of the top MileSplit Virtual Classic Performances we've received to date.
We knew freshman Kole Mathison was fast, but how fast has he gotten now?
Which performances wowed us this past week in the MileSplit Virtual Classic?
We talked with Caden Norris, who has been competing in the MileSplit Virtual Classic. Last weekend, his work paid off.
Tierney Wolfgram ran a 4:54.90 full mile time trial this past weekend.
Lone Peak's (UT) Jaron Hartshorn clocked a 4:20.93 1600m over the weekend in a time trial.
You may knowStevens Point's (WI) Roisin Willis as an 800m runner but this past weekend she dropped down to try her hand in the 400m.
Here are the top MileSplit Virtual Classic performances this week
Coaching by her father, Julia Tunks is beginning to find a love for track and field
The lack of a track season isn't slowing down Riley Stewart or Bethany Michalak.
Nathan Moore joined us to discuss his recent 5k performance in the MileSplit Virtual Classic.
Canterbury's Jessica Edwards participated in the 2020 MileSplit Virtual Classic with her 55.66 road 400m.
After running a 2:12 PR for the 800 meter run in a time trial a few weeks ago, Midlothian High School (VA) junior Caroline Bowe stepped back on the track to test her fitness while she trains thru the coronavirus shutdown of high school track in Virginia and elsewhere to go for another PR but this time at 1600 meters.Bowe once again had 2020 US Olympic trials top 15 finisher Kiera D'Amato to help pace her throughout the time trial as they went thru 400 meter splits of 75, 72, 74, 75 to finish with yet another PR in difficult times with a 4:56.8 performance. Bowe had a prior personal best of 5:10 for the full mile from this past indoor season as she went onto be the Class 5 state runner-up in the 1600, while a first time state champion in the 1000 meter run. So a remarkable 14 second drop from her best performance this past indoor season in her time trial on Friday, May 8th.
Time trial at Sehome High School in Bellingham Washington. Freshman Zack Munson
Caroline Bowe continues to make huge time drops while training thru the coronavirus shutdown.
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