Diamond Spaulding kept things out of reach in the Great Southwest 200 at 23.00. Photo by Alan Versaw.
A gallery of favorite images from the Great Southwest Classic by Alan Versaw
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There is one, and one only, major regional post-season track meet in the Rocky Mountain region. That meet is the Great Southwest Classic.
In six days, Great Southwest 2014 will be a set of memories. But, if you take a look at the entries Colorado is sending down the Albuquerque for Great Southwest, it may be no ordinary set of memories.
It doesn't get much better than the much-anticipated showdown between Ashley Miller, Dior Hall, and Tiana Bonds in the 100 hurdles. Colorado Track XC file photos.
It's a very impressive list of Colorado entries making their way to Great Southwest this weekend.
Morgan Griffiths' strong first day has given her the lead going into the second day of Great Southwest decathlon competition. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The sun beat down on everyone today, but Erika White had a plan for dealing with it. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Cordell Davis made a point or two about small-school track and field with his showing in the first day of the Great Southwest decathlon. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Creekside sophomore Jordan Fields currently sits in fourth place after day one of the heptathlon at the Great Southwest Classic in New Mexico.
Ashlee Moore (Hamilton) leads the heptathlon after day 1 with 3285 points at the Great Southwest Invitational in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Zack Bornstein finds the will to close hard on the final straightaway of the decathlon 1500. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Haley Showalter's series of hammer throws on Friday left a few people shaking their heads in amazement. All photos by Alan Versaw.
Carisma Lovato ran the final 1300 meters to the Great Southwest steeplechase title unaccompanied. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Several of Florida's top athletes made the trip out west to New Mexico for the Great Southwest Classic. While the altitude bothered some, it didn't matter when they finished the weekend off with medals around their necks. See who went and how they fared plus our extensive on-site coverage lead by Colorado webmaster Alan Versaw.
Colorado's Tabor Scholl, second from left, ran a PR mile (and converted 1600 PR) in the Great Southwest mile, finishing second in 4:58.61. Photo by Alan Versaw.
A number of Texas athletes competed at the Great Southwest meet in New Mexico.
Jazmine Chosa and Piper Mullins were two of the New Mexico athletes enjoying strong performances on Saturday. Photos by Alan Versaw.
There was a lot more getting wet on the girls steeple at Great Southwest than most of us can remember for a steeplechase competition in a good, long time...
A collection of the best shots from the multi events of Great Southwest by Alan Versaw.
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