Flyra 2017 meet pageWe get a lot of emails with a lot of questions. Some pop up over and over. So here are some answers that you want to know the answer to!
The UCF ladies and Stetson men are favored in the D1 division. Nationally ranked South Florida State is hoping to up their street cred for the Non-D1 women. And Ave Maria leads the Non-D1 men going in.
St. Anthony's NY looks to break a five-year win streak of Belen Jesuit. Steven Cross looks to defend his crown as the state's best runner.
A lot of people have questions about the meet this Saturday. Here are answers to the most frequently asked!
4A powerhouses Winter Park and St. Thomas Aquinas are the top two girls teams when you put all classifications together. See where the rest stack up.
When we combine all classifications, the 3A Boys teams rise to the top lead by Chiles and Leon.
Sunday marked the last day for entries and our meet staff has been busy getting things ready! Here are the updated team entries for this years varsity races as well as the top individuals competing without their teams at the ROC.
We've had a lot of Olympians join us over the years, but none that have made the team FOUR times. Abdi Abdirahman has represented the USA at the past four Olympic Games (2000, 2004, 2008, 2012).
It is with a heavy heart that we must announce that Andrew Jackson (Jacksonville) and University of Georgia alum Torrin Lawrence was killed today in an auto accident. Lawrence was one of the all-time greatest 200/400 meter stars in Florida, graduating high school in 2008.
The hometown hero from Oviedo continued her stellar season on Saturday with a big performance in at the Diamond League meet in Paris. Her time of 3:57.22 was oh-so-close to the 1983 American record of Mary Decker.
We get a lot of emails with a lot of questions. Some pop up over and over. So here are some answers that you want to know the answer to!
After a tremendous showdown at the regional championship, Suhki Khosla and Nick Morken gave us a stellar rematch at the 3A State Championship on Saturday evening the the University of North Florida in Jacksonville.
Baseball hall-of-famer Yogi Bera famously once said: "It's déjà vu all over again." And that's exactly how athletes and coaches around the state are feeling today as they watch the weather forecast for this weekend.
We've got 32 district meets and 8 regional championsips on tap! Here are the results in an easy-to-find format.
Tuesday on the six rubberized lanes of the Sebring High School track, a host of top Polk County teams will go head to head with the Blue Streaks. Here is how the events look to shape up.
Here are the top performances from the 16 2A District Meets this week.
Here are the top performances from the 16 1A District Meets this week.
The results from the 32 district meets going off this week are pouring in! Here are the results in an easy-to-find format.
A day after setting a Baylor University school-record with a 10.02 in the prelims, 18-year-old Trayvon Bromell of St. Petersburg scorched the track and wowed the packed house at the Texas Relays. He laid down a world-leading and wind-legal world junior record of 10.01!
Nigel Bethel tore it up today, running very respectably against a host of collegiate and elite athletes including a windy 10.46 100m and US #2 all-conditions 21.01 (both wind aided). We asked Nigel a few questions about that, about his season so far, and looking forward toward the state meet and Texas Tech next year.
We will keep you updated on the status of delays and cancellations around the state as we become aware of them. Meet directors, please email your updates to email@example.com and we will post them.
This week the top teams and athletes from Palm Beach County will square off on Wednesday at Park Vista and Thursday at Cardinal Newman. It's going to be hot!
Though some may not have previously known her name, Stacey Destin is sure to have changed that after Wednesday's Palm Beach County Central Qualifier. The Santaluces High junior sailed over a monsterous six-foot bar in what was the third best high jump all-time in Florida.
Academy of Holy Names distance star Claire Snyder has signed a NLI with the University of Georgia. Synder has personal bests 2:21, 5:07, 11:17, and 18:48.
Let's take a look at what all of the Florida high school alumni have done this past week at the collegiate meets around the country.
Anguillan sprinter, Zharnel Hughes speaks about his training in Jamaica at IAAF's High Performance Training Center.
Jamaica's Warren Weir (200m 3rd in 2012, 2nd in 2013) sat down with us at his favorite hangout spot in Jamaica... a carwash?!? Warren chats about training, goals, and world records.
Jamaicaâs Warren Weir (200m 3rd in 2012, 2nd in 2013) sat down with us at his favorite hangout spot in Jamaicaâ¦a carwash?!? Warren chats about training, goals, and world records. (via FloTrack)