Hunter Jarvis talks with scrunners before the David Oliver Classic.
South Carolina Track & Field and Cross Country News
The Hansons Brooks Distance Project was built to make post-collegiate athletes more competitive on the world stage. The Rochester, Mich. based group features a mix of seasoned road specialists, headlined by Olympian Desi Linden and 2:11 marathoner Bobby Curtis.
Find out how alumni performed Jan. 30 weekend.
Do you have a coach that changed your life?
Brett Morley and Caitlin Batten have been chosen South Carolina long distance Runners of the Year by U.S.A. Track and Field for 2015.
Check out our list of the best field athletes in the US of A!
Check out the latest episode of the Hansons Brooks Distance Project Road to the Trials!
Drew Hunter became the first prep to break eight minutes in the 3K this weekend and we finished the show in under eight minutes!
Meet is March 26 at Dutch Fork High School.
Spartanburg Christian senior Logan Morris ran a U.S. no. 5 3,000-meter run Friday night at the JDL Fast Track a week before her mile indoor debut at the David Oliver Classic.
Texan Tonea Marshall will make the trip to NC to battle home-state favorite Anna Cockrell for possession of the top spot in the 60 Hurdles rankings.
Future Oregon Duck Drew Hunter further cemented himself as one of the all-time great U.S. preps on Saturday at the Camel City Invitational in Winston-Salem, as the senior's 7:59.33 3K is the fastest ever by an American high schooler indoor or outdoor.
Jordy Williamsz is pretty good at this whole kicking thing. (via FloTrack)
A freshman on the Virginia Tech cross country team has been charged with the murder of a 13-year-old girl.
Meet is scheduled for Feb. 6.
Candidates for All-American honors in the distance events.
Check out the feature on Hansons Brooks 2:11 marathoner Bobby Curtis, who's looking for a home run at the Olympic Trials.
Check out the latest and greatest from our friends at New Balance.
Virtual meet from combined results of 2015 SCHSL state meet removing Class of 2015 eight deep.
Virtual meet from combined results of 2015 SCHSL state meet removing Class of 2015 eight deep. .
Byrnes' Malik Epps is entered in the David Oliver Classic mile at the JDL Complex in Winston-Salem, N.C. The meet is Feb. 5.
Berea's Kennedy Dennis and Mann's Kelsey Heyward are entered in the David Oliver Classic.
Waccamaw alumna Grace Barnett (Clemson) won the Rod McCravy Memorial mile.
Wando coach Bret Davis talks about receiving the USTFCCCA honor and the program.
Riverside coach Eric Cummings talks about receiving the USTFCCCA honor, his family and the program.
All runners evidently get asked this question, "So, why do you run?"
Berea sprinter Kennedy Dennis talks with scrunners about her start in the sport and goals for the future.