Check out the best race videos from the 2019 Music City Distance Carnival!
Cover photo by Bart Boatright for scrunners.com from SCHSL Championships.
On Saturday, Valor Christian's Cole Sprout went US No. 1 in the mile with a time of 4:04.19
Bolles senior and Stanford signee, Charles Hicks, represented the sunshine state in a commanding fashion this weekend in the boys mile at the Music City Distance Carnival.
Alex Kay has come back strong after a fracture in his back to race a new personal record of 1:51.76 in the 800m at the Music City Distance Carnival.
Rylee Pustilnik had a stellar weekend in both the 2000m steeple and girls mile at the Music City Distance Carnival.
Florida girls showed the Music City Distance Carnival what the sunshine state is made of with stellar performances in the high school mile.
Cole Sprout and Cruz Culpepper went 1-2 in the mile. Sprout ran a nation-leading 4:04.19 to win the mile, and Culpepper was just a stride behind in 4:04.82.
Athing Mu ran a new US No. 1, No. 8 all-time for high school and a current No. 15 time in the world for 800 meters
Sophie Spada tore her ACL and meniscus as a freshman. Her running career as she knew it was over. Two years later she's chasing the sub-5 minute barrier and is an NCISAA State Champion.
Analyzing the talented high school mile fields at the Music City Distance Carnival.
The Music City Distance Carnival is going to be FAST -- and it's LIVE on FloTrack