This is the story of how the man who could fly was nearly grounded for standing against racism.
Few know that the man who could fly was nearly grounded for standing against racism.
USC's Quincy Watts shares what Black History Month means to him and how he's developed throughout his track career.
In our first episode of Groundbreakers, host Jordan Burroughs sits down with America's first three-time world champion Lee Kemp.
The University of Howard is beginning to see tide shifts in the track and field program under David Oliver.
In honor of Black History Month, athletes from across the country share who their role models are.
This month, MileSplit is sharing unique and powerful stories across the network to help elevate Black voices in our sport.
Garrett Zatlin breaks down a few athletes at HBCU programs who are thriving
We're unlocking this incredible series featuring the DeSoto Eagles from 2016
MileSplit sat down with AAU's Charles Oliver to discuss his history in the sport, the progress he's made within it and more on the legacy he's earned
Cory sat down with Heathwood Hall's Aly Conyers to talk about Black History Month, progress with BLM and what the future looks ahead for the talented athlete
MileSplit sat down with three prominent African-American high school coaches to discuss leadership in a time of social unrest
We analyze a few key recruits headed to HBCU programs next fall
In 2017, FloTrack and MileSplit profiled Brandon Miller ahead of the AAU Junior Olympics
Today, we look at one of the country's top HBCU track and field programs, North Carolina A&T
The father of an elite athlete in South Carolina writes about his own personal history, and what life has taught him about what to expect for his children.
Soon-to-be Archer HS graduate and Georgia Tech signee Myles Collins gives his perspective on race, running and how the murder of Ahmaud Arbery has impacted him