A gallery of images from Jeff McCoy, cross country parent and exceptional photographer of our sport.
Late in the race, a battle developed for the individual qualifying positions. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Just before two miles, the water crossing took a little something from the runners' legs. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Even before the mile, the eventual top four had been established. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Even before the mile, Billy Orman was shedding the pursuers. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Nike SW Regional Champion, Billy Orman from Tuba City, Arizona.
Billy Orman relaxing after the boys championship race, doing what he loves to do....juggle.
NXN SW Champion Julia Foster
Claire Green of Louisville leads a pack of Colorado runners early in the NXN-SW girls championship race. Photo by Alan Versaw.
highlights from the NXN-SW girls championship race
Highlights from the NXN-SW boys championship race
A little bit of Portland in Phoenix... Tait Rutherford negotiates the water hazard at Toka Sticks Golf Course. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Julia Foster (Albuquerque, NM) and Billy Orman (Tuba City, AZ) take home individual titles at the Nike SW Regionals.
Nike SW Pre-race interview.
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They're back, and they're relentless. They're the Fort Collins girls. Photo by Alan Versaw.
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Now a senior, Austin West returns to help American Fork chase a regional title. Colorado Track XC File Photo.
Albuquerque Academy's Julia Foster is the top returning finisher from last year's NXN-SW race. Colorado Track XC File Photo.
Thinking about running at Nike-SW? It's time to act on that thought if you haven't already.
Los Alamos: New Mexico's green wall of girls. Photo by Blake Wood.
NXN-SW figures to draw an even larger contingent from Colorado than in the last three years. Several top teams are already indicated interest. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Jamie Lee started the season strong for American Fork, finishing third at the Premier Invitational in Tooele. Colorado Track XC file photo.
Desert Dust Storm: Due to dessicated park conditions last fall, the start of the NXN-SW girls race raised a serious cloud of dust. Colorado Track XC file photo.
It didn't take long for Albuquerque Academy and American Fork to establish their places at the front of last year's NXR-SW event. Photo by Alan Versaw.