Taco Bell Classic 2014

Columbia, SC


Watch the Taco Bell Classic LIVE! Apr 11, 2014

Signup to watch Taco Bell live! SCRunners.com (SC.Milesplit.com) will be live streaming the 2014 Taco Bell Track & Field Classic on Friday and Saturday, April 11-12, 2014 from Spring Valley High School in Columbia, SC. The live broadcast will be available on this page to all Milesplit Insider members.

MileStat Meets on Tap (4/11-12) Apr 10, 2014

Now well into the outdoor season and near spring break, the times and meets are getting more and more important each weekend. This feature highlights all this weekend's action including the performance lists for the upcoming meets.   

Marcus Rowland getting comfortable with pro career Mar 20, 2014

AUBURN, Ala. – It’s been nearly six years since Marcus Rowland’s remarkable sweep of the 100 and 200 meters at the Taco Bell Classic, running what would be the second fastest 100 among all U.S. high school boys in 2008.

Meet of Champions coming to S.C. this May May 03, 2014

High school level track and field athletes will have the opportunity to compete against top athletes from other state classifications and leagues in post season SCRUNNERS Meet of Champions this summer.

Taco Bell Classic Meet Preview Apr 09, 2014

We are thrilled to announce this weekend's Taco Bell Classic at Spring Valley High School in Columbia, South Carolina will be live streamed on MileSplit! The Taco Bell Classic is annually one of the best high school outdoor track & field invitational meets in the entire Southeast as the meet gathers many of the top athletes from the surrounding states of South Carolina and beyond. Many US top 10 performances and US #1's are often produced regularly year after year at this event.

Watch Taco Bell Classic race videos on replay! Apr 12, 2014

Missed the live feed for the running events of the Taco Bell Classic in Columbia, South Carolina? No worries! MileSplit has you covered as you can watch Friday and Saturday's races from Taco Bell on replay here!

WATCH Raven Saunders 56-8 national record shot at Taco Bell Classic! Apr 12, 2014

Burke High School (Charleston, SC) senior Raven Saunders set the high school national indoor record last month in the girls shot put at the New Balance Nationals Indoor. Saunders did not get too far into her outdoor season before setting the all-time best performance in US high school history for outdoor in the event.  At the Taco Bell Classic on Saturday in Columbia, South Carolina, Saunders shattered the old rrecord by nearly two full feet with a incredible mark of 56'8".

Video Coverage of Gus Lacy, Glen Allen, and Gojekian and more! Apr 13, 2014

MileStat ran in overdrive this weekend getting video coverage Friday's Gojekian Twilight Classic, Saturday's Glen Allen Invitational, and The Gus Lacy Track Classic. All these videos are here as well as videos from Taco Bell Classic (SC) and Aracadia Invitational (CA). 

Friendship helps motivate Westwood jumpers Apr 15, 2014

BLYTHEWOOD – Westwood High track and field coach Lawrence Terry expects his boys and girls teams to finish in the top three next month at State, an expectation that indicates how far the Redhawk program has come under his direction in a very short period of time.  

Chantel Ray edges out Jasmine Quinn in Taco Bell hurdles showdown for US lead Apr 14, 2014

Hampton (VA) senior Chantel Ray ran a US #1 wind-legal 13.53 in the 100 meter hurdles finals at the Taco Bell Classic in a victory against the US #1 all-conditions ranked hurdler Jasmine Quinn of Fort Dorchester (SC) in a close second at 13.55. Quinn had run a 13.33 F.A.T. clocking the previous weekend at a meet without a wind reading. Ray's time is #2 all-time in Virginia high school history behind only Latasha Colander at 13.30.

Male track and field team scores, April 16 Apr 16, 2014

These rankings were calculated by scoring the rankings as a meet. We took the individual rankings and relay rankings and scored them as a normal meet: 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1.

Brandon Hudgins' blog: Word of the week is trust Apr 18, 2014

The word of the week is Trust. Trust yourself, trust your coach, trust your athlete, trust the process. Any meaningful relationship in life is built on trust. This is especially true for the coach-athlete relationship. It is natural as a human to question authority, your situation, or your process.