Joy Koole has run 2:36.95 in the 800, and 5:52.48 in the mile for a combined time of 8:29.43
Golden's Ryan Jones is currently ranked No. 13 in the 800 with a indoor personal best of 2:07.38.
Tavon Underwood torched a US No. 2 of 47.58 in the 400 at the Texas Tech Under Armour High School Classic.
It's a pretty quiet week in Colorado this week, but there are still some great options for competition!
Cameron Thomas cleared a state-leading 16-2 to win the pole vault at the Mines Indoor HS Meet Series #4 Thursday night.
Check out the top combined long jump and triple jumpers so far!
Check out our photo gallery from the Mines Indoor HS Meet Series #4!
Let's take a look at the top combined 60m and 60m hurdlers in Colorado so far.
Roosevelt's Austin Schultz is currently ranked No. 5 in the shot put with a personal best of 45-9.
Legend's Gabrielle Shepston owns a combined top of 1:25.70.
This week competition launches off the starting line Thursday night at the Mines Indoor HS Meet Series #4!
Anna Willis cleared 12-7.5 to win the pole vault at the MLK Classic.
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Tevon Underwood is the top combined 60m-200m sprinter in Colorado so far.
Castle View's Mariana Boekes (black "Pine Cliff" singlet) ran a CO No. 13 1:04.81 personal best in the 400 at the Let's Get REAL Indoor Invitational #2.
Check out indoor track and field options for the upcoming week!
Denver South's Luke McAlenney ran a state-leading 2:01.14 in the 800 at the Let's Get REAL Indoor Invitational #2.
The first week of the 2023 indoor track and field season showed us a glimpse of what we're likely to see in coming months!
Check out our race videos and photos from the Let's Get REAL Invitational #2!
The 2023 Colorado Indoor Track & Field season will officially launch off the starting line this week!
The 2023 Colorado indoor track and field season launches off the starting line this weekend!
Peak to Peak's Kourtney Rathke cleared 13-6.5 last week for a Colorado No. 1, and US No. 2.
Of the six individual podium finishes, and the six team podium finishes, Colorado took three overall.
Chatfield's Hannah Anderson is the No. 19 returner based on time.
Riley Stewart reigned over Colorado's distance running scene for three years.
Rangely's James Talbot is the No. 6 returner based on time.
Mullen's Agur Dwol leapt to a new Colorado triple jump record of 42-5.5.
Northfield's Taylor Buese is the No. 9 returner based on time.
The Grandview boys 4x100 set a new Colorado state record of 40.59.
Berthoud's Scott Clark is the No. 7 returner based on time.