Albuquerque Academy's Jackson Morris was superb in the Boys 5A Throwing events. Photo by Rod Stanopiewicz.
New Mexico Track & Field and Cross Country News
Teahna Daniels of First Academy, Flor. leads the confirmed entries list with her 11.15 (+2.4) 100m season-best. 15 spots are still up for grabs, who are the leading contenders?
Silver's Jeremiah Burke finished as runner-up in the Boys 4A Pole Vault. Photo by Rod Stanopiewicz.
ROAR! Time for Matt Katnik and the nation's best throwers to get some love in the latest MileSplit All-Americans Watch List presented by New Balance.
Parkland, North Carolina head coach Antwan Hughes has resurrected his program from struggling to fill a roster to winning the New Balance Nationals Indoor 4x200m relay title. Can they repeat the feat outdoors?
La Cueva's Natasha Bernal (#1) swept the Distance events, capping off an undefeated senior year. Photo by Blake Wood.
The Volcano Vista Relay teams were nearly unstoppable in Boys 6A at the 4A-6A Track and Field State Championships. Photo by Blake Wood.
Watch Episode 1 of ON THE RISE: Anna Rohrer following the 2-time Foot Locker National champion's early success in the sport before it was derailed and nearly stopped all together by a serious injury.
This past weekend saw the best 100m individuals and 4x100m teams rose to the top as well as a pair of top 10 all-time marks be set
Check out the confirmed entries and top contenders for spots in the adidas Dream 100, part of the adidas Grand Prix in the IAAF Diamond League
Albuquerque Academy's Jordan Lesansee won the 5A 3200m at the 4A-6A Track and Field State Championships. Photo by Blake Wood.
An indoor national champion makes it back on the whiteboard for the first time this outdoor season. Event leaders continue to better their #1 marks
This past weekend marked the beginning of some action packed few weeks where we'll see some of the best marks of the season from a variety of state meets
Get ready for the 2015 New Balance Nationals Outdoor with this hype video above! Only 30 days away from the first day of competition on June 19th from Greensboro, North Carolina.
Taos' Roy Madrid (left) claimed Individual State Titles in the 4A 1600m and 3200m. Photo by Blake Wood.
11 girls have been confirmed for the adidas Dream Mile, only an auto qualifier at Golden South Classic this weekend, and 2 more invites left!
Doesn't matter if she runs or skis, Jenna Truedson is Double Armour to move fast in the cold and through the snow in the brutal Minnesota winters.
Cleveland's record setting Relay Teams were one of the many reasons they were crowned 6A Team Champions. Photo by Blake Wood.
Check out the Brooks PR Invitational confirmed entries as of May 18th! There is still a good portion of the field left to be filled as Brooks continues to mail invitations to the nation's best athletes.
Aztec's Sarah Root dominated both Hurdle events helping her teammates win the Class 5A Team Trophy at the 4A-6A Track and Field State Championships. Photo by Blake Wood.
Matthew Maton leads the charge with his U.S. No. 3 All-Time 3:59.38 run; scroll through the slideshow to see other Dream Mile invitees and top contenders
Ruidoso's Shalom Keller anchored the Warriors to two Relay Titles at the 4A-6A Track and Field State Championships. Photo by Blake Wood.
It was Conference weekend for many New Mexico Alumni.
In rainy conditions, athletes battle in the first heat of the Class 5A 1600m Sprint Medley Relay. Photo by Blake Wood.
Bria Matthews of Forest Park, Ga. leads the nation with a U.S. No. 7 All-Time jump of 43 feet, five and one half inches, while Ja'Mari Ward of Cahokia, Il. leads the boys with a 51-11 season-best jump.
Cleveland's Larimar Rodriguez is a big reason why the Storm are Class 6A favorites at this weekend's 4A-6A Track and Field State Championships. Photo by Rod Stanopiewicz.
Los Lunas' Alexis Lafave (center) and her Tiger teammates look to runaway from the field in Class 5A at this weekend's 4A-6A Track and Field State Championships. Photo by Holly Patterson.
Who are the top contenders for All-American honors in the Long Jump? Five girls leaped over 20 feet and two boys over 25 feet already this season.
Hope Christian's Peter Siminski looks to help the Huskies to the top of the Class 4A podium at this weekend's 4A-6A Track and Field State Championships. Photo by Holly Patterson.