Check out these snap previews of the top meets this weekend
Articles with Rebecca Clark
With 6 days till the cross country season officially begins, here is the scouting report for the FHSAA 2A girls.
We recap all of the day one (Friday) action from New Balance Nationals Outdoor.
Make sure to vote for your favorite girl athlete and then check back later in the week to see who wins!
Make sure you vote for your favorite athlete of the week and then check back later in the week to see who won!
Check out our region by region virtual meets.
We take a look at the 500 fastest junior girls during the 2017 cross country season.
We merged the results from every race at the Cross Country Finals to see which junior girls had the best performances.
We breakdown the FSU Invitational-Pre State and rank the fastest girls and boys by class.
We breakdown the girls and boys individuals and team battles at the Buffalo Invitational.
We take a look at the fastest junior girls so far this 2017 season.
We merged the results from across the state and ranked the 500 best boys performances from the week.
We rank the 100 fastest girls in the class of 2019.
The 2017 FLRunners.com Invitational is less than two months away, but it's never too late to check out our virtual meet feature and see which girls athletes and teams entered have the best shot at winning.
We take a look at the top 100 2A girls heading into the 2017 season.
Check in with Billy Cvecko for all the track knowledge you need!
Panama City sophomore Denise White ranks in the top five in the 100 (12.02), 200 (24.59) and high jump (5'2") for the class of 2019. In the distance events Nicole Matysik who have flexed their muscles on the cross country course will do the same on the track. While the field events Caroline Johnston of Episcopal is a quadruple threat in the 100m hurdles, long jump, high jump, and pole vault. We take a look at the 50 best returners in every event.
Steinbrenner sophomore Alexandra Straumann (#1214) was an integral part to the Warrior's 4A team title. Straumann set a new personal best of 18:54.73 on the biggest day of the year. She became one of only six girls from the class of 2019 to break 19 minutes on the year. We rank the top 500 girls sophomore times for the 2016 cross country season.
Of the 132 sophomore girls that competed in the 2016 Cross Country Finals, nobody ran faster than Key West's Nicole Matysik who ran the Apalachee Regional Park course in a new personal best of 18:20.84 and a sixth place finish at the 2A meet. We rank all the times for girls in the class of 2019. See where you stack up against your peers?
Rebecca Clark of The Villages shares her journey of early season obstacles, feeling sick before the state meet, and ultimately persevering with a sub 19 time and tenth place finish.
North Marion's Leigha Torino and Hernando's Trevor Foley won the 2A Region 2 Championship individual titles. On the team side it was the Trinity Prep boys who won easily with a score of 21 points, while the Montverde girls led by 8th grader Kendyl Cardwell and 7th grader Lily Henne narrowly won with 57 points over Tavares (63), and Trinity Prep (69).
Nicole Matysik and her Key West teammates made the trek to Miami for the 305 Classic. Matysik left with the win and a new season best time of 18:38.06, one of nine sub 19 minute times this week, and the fourth best behind Rylee Pustilnik, Daniela Urzua, and Jupiter's Ali Del Re. We merged results from EVERY meet across the state to find out who won the week.
The 2nd Annual Knights Dungeon Invitational gave athletes and teams from around Central Florida that crucial fifth meet needed to participate in the state series as well as a tune up for county, conference, and district championships looming. Rebecca Clark of the Villages and Trent Mandato of Trinity Prep coasted to easy victories.
Land O' Lakes sophomore Natalie Abernathy is the lone runner in the class of 2019 to break 19 minutes. Abernathy accomplished that feat at the North Port XC Invitational with a time of 18:55.80. A total of seven girls have run under 19:30 for the season. We take a look at the top 500 sophomore girl this cross country season.
The lone state champion returner from 2015 on either the boys or girls side is Riverview junior Bailey Hertenstein. Hertenstein's 17:32.55 is the fastest time regardless of class on the Apalachee Regional Park course in November. 2014 state champions Tsion Yared (2A) and Rafaella Gibbons (4A) also return for another ring. See the top 500 returning times from the 2015 Cross Country finals and which girls have the best shots at bringing back the crown.
Sophomore Rebecca Clark finished as the 1A state runner-up the past two seasons. Clark, who transferred from Mt. Dora Bible to The Villages High School joins Key West's Nicole Matysik as the only two class of 2019 athletes to dip under 19 minutes with Harmony's Vanessa Bolen and Land O'Lake's Natalie Abernathy right on the cusp. See where you rank against your peers!
There is no doubt 4A is the hardest classification in the state of Florida with four of the top girls returners in the top five of our rankings. Rafaella Gibbons won the state championship as a freshman and has a PR of 17:30.80 from NXNSE, which is the fastest returning time, while 2015 state champion Bailey Hertenstein boasts her 17:32.55 from the Cross Country State Finals. We take a look at the top 1,000 girls returners regardless of classification. Where do you rank on our list?
2x 1A Cross Country Finals runner-up Rebecca Clark enters her sophomore season at the Villages High School. The switch from Mt. Dora Bible comes with a new classification as she will face off against the best of the best in a loaded 2A. We are excited to have Clark blog for us again this fall and take us on her journey which hasn't come with some early adversity.
If the 2015 version of the FSU Relays is any indication, Florida's fastest two-miler will be determined in Tallahassee. That meet saw four runners under 10:48 lead by Winter Park's Rafaella Gibbons who finished first in 10:42.20. Gibbons recently ran 10:27.00 at a time trial in preparation for the Nike Southeast Regional. Six girls including Gibbons: Julia Montgomery, Hannah Brookover, Alexa Cruz, Kayley DeLay, and Rebecca Clark all have run sub 11 minutes and look to run even faster in 2016. Check out the top 50 girls times.
We continue our All Flrunners.com 2015 Cross Country team with our second team athletes. 2015 was an incredible year filled with talented runners so not everyone could make our list. We want to thank the running community for a fantastic season and congratulations to the following athletes!
Your one stop shop for all Florida coverage from the Nike Cross Nationals Southeast Regional.
Several of the top individuals and teams from the state of Florida will head to Cary, North Carolina for the NXN Southeast Regional. The top two teams will receive an automatic bid to NXN in Portland, Oregon while the other teams will be in the running for an at-large bid. On the individual side, the top five not on a qualifying team punch their ticket to Portland. Check out which of our Sunshine State standouts have the best chance at making it. Also, be sure to tune in all weekend for live updates from our MileSplit on-site coverage team as well as videos, interviews, photos, and a recap of all the action.
Entries have been released for the Nike Cross Nationals Southeast Regional. A good number of Florida teams and individuals will be making the trip to down to WakeMed Soccer Complex in Cary, North Carolina to race on Saturday. MileSplit will be on-site with coverage!
Rebecca Clark was the 1A runner-up with a time of 18:33.86, the fastest by any freshman on the day. Check out the top 200 times run by freshman girls at the 2015 Cross Country Finals and see where you rank!
It was a day of firsts in class 1A as individuals Tucker Hindle of Boca Raton Christian and Hannah Brookover won their first championships. On the team side the Circle Christian girls and Father Lopez made history as well.
The culmination of the Florida cross country season will take place Saturday November 7th at Apalachee Regional Park in Tallahassee with state championship titles for both individuals and teams on the line. Leading up to the meet we will preview each classification with in-depth analysis as well as by seeing how our virtual meets think the races will play out. We start with the smallest classification 1A who will compete in the 5th (9:10 a.m.) and 7th (10 a.m.) races of the morning.
Mt. Dora Bible freshman Rebecca Clark broke 18 minutes for the first time in her high school career running 17:55.60 and winning the 1A Region 3 Championship in the classifications fastest time of the week. See the top 500 1A girls times from regionals and see where you stack up.
Regional week! We take a look at each class region by regional with our meet previews and virtual meets. Although, 1A is the smallest classification in Florida, that doesn't mean it lacks talent! Where do you and your team stack up against the competition? Find out.
Grace Blair of Oak Hall, seen here at the UF Mt. Dew Invitational clocked the fastest time of the week in 1A with her 19:20.60 to win the 1A District 5 Championship. We check out the top 500 girls times in the state's smallest classification. See where you rank?
2014 1A Cross Country Finals runner-up Rebecca Clark of Mt. Dora Bible has run in the mid 18 minute range all season long and posted a personal best of 18:06.70 at the Hagerty Invitational, the top freshman time in the state. Check out the top 100 girls in the class of 2019 as well as a link to the complete list.(Photo by Tyler Copeland)
The FSU Invitational/Pre-State produced some of the fastest times this season. We wanted to break it down even more and see who were the fastest in each class. Mt. Dora Bible's Rebecca Clark and Bolles' Charles Hicks are the top freshmen! Check out the complete list of times for both freshman girls and boys! Where do you rank on the list?
The state meet is right around the corner and we are almost at the halfway point in the season. Over the next two days we will look at each classification to this point and run a virtual meet! Check out or breakdown of the state's smallest classification 1A.
Mount Dora Bible freshman Rebecca clark recaps her race at FLR16 and lets us know what's in store for this week!
We've done our girls ROC and boys ROC previews for the Flrunners.com Invitational 16. We've run the virtual meets. Now we know want to know who YOU think is going to win! Our prediction contest will run now through Friday night at midnight. Simply reply in the discussion topic your picks and tune in Saturday morning to see how good you are!
The 2015 Cross Country Finals are a month and a half away at Apalachee Regional Park in Tallahassee. We wanted to see how EACH CLASSIFICATION would play out if we scored the meets using season bests at this point in the season. Check out our virtual meet and analysis in this slide show!
Amaris Tyynismaa of Catholic-Montgomery High School leads a strong Class of 2019 with two wins in her native Alabama already this fall
Which female athlete had the best performance in week three of the 2015 cross country season? Take into account the times, variations in course and competition. We want you to decide! Voting closes Thursday night at midnight. The winner of this fan vote will be recognized on Friday morning!
We take a look at the top ONE THOUSAND girls individuals in EVERY classification and overall. Where do you rank?
Mt. Dora Bible freshman Rebecca Clark won the Hagerty Invitational in the fastest 1A time of the year. See her thoughts on the race in her latest blog!
Which female athlete had the best performance in week two of the 2015 cross country season? Take into account the times, variations in course and competition. We want you to decide! Voting closes Thursday night at midnight. The winner of this fan vote will be recognized on Friday morning along with the picks by the Flrunners staff!
Which female athlete had the best performance in week one of the 2015 cross country season? Take into account the times, variations in course and competition. We want you to decide! Voting closes Thursday night at midnight. The winner of this fan vote will be recognized on Friday morning along with the picks by the Flrunners staff!
The 2015 Deland Invitational promises to be one of the best in the meet's history with over 20 teams including the Winter Park girls. We will have on-site coverage including photos, results, and a recap of all the action!
No matter if you are the class of 2016 or the class of 2019, we want to show where you rank against your peers? Our first installment of Head Of The Class rankings will show the top returners based on 2014 season bests. Next Tuesday and every Tuesday throughout the season we will go by 2015 season best times that way you can see how you improve throughout the course of the year!
We've checked out the top individuals, the top teams, and now we go one step further breaking down all four classes by region. We start off in 1A utilizing our virtual meet feature. If you haven't used this tool yet it's great to get an idea of who is running in each meet, your competition, and where you and your team stack up.
Hey everybody! My name is Rebecca Clark. I am a freshman this year and I will be running for Mount Dora Christian Academy. I am very excited for this cross country season!This summer I have been focusing on miles. I average about 35-45 miles per week. Most of my runs during the week are between five and seven miles.
A look at the top 100 fastest returning girls cross country runners for the 1A classification in the state of Florida.
2014 4A Cross Country Finals champion Rafaella Gibbons of Winter Park is the top ranked returner in the NXN Southeast Regional coming in at number 15. See which Floridians made the top 100!
Florida's best headed to North Carolina for New Balance Nationals Outdoor, a chance to prove they are the the tops in the nation and earn All-American honors. Check out our day by day recap of all the action!
Lauderdale Lakes Middle School swept both the team titles at the FLYRA MS State Championship with valuable points from Daishon Spann, but it was MGX star Tyrese Cooper that stole the show.
At Thursday's Lake-Sumter County Championships timing of a different sort proved to be everything.
Osceola's Domonique Turner won three events at last week's Jeff Wentworth Invitational. The junior looks to be one of the top point scorers at her home meet, the Kowboy Invitational. Check out the top teams and individuals and how we predict this meet to play out in our virtual meet. Stay tuned to flrunners.com for on-site coverage by Donald Lamb!
Week three is in the books. We highlight all the action in this week's edition of Sprint To The Finish.
St. Thomas Aquinas junior Alexa Cruz posted state leading times in the 1,600 and 3,200m at the Jeff Wentworth Invitational. WATCH all the races and interviews from the meet which included 40 national elite performances and don't forget to check out our featured photo album as well!
The Holy Trinity girls and boys look to be shoe ins for their 8th respective titles and numbers 15 and 16 as a school. Will they also have the 1A individual champion to go with the team trophies?
We went all out with the video coverage at the triple regional at Hal Brady Sports Complex in Alachua. Check out race footage from David Armstrong. We're talking ten cameras, multiple angles, graphics, the whole nine yards. Adding to our coverage was Donald Lamb who managed to grab a bunch of interviews while also taking over a thousand photos from the three meets. Sit back, grab some popcorn, relax, and enjoy the videos!
Rock concert or regional cross country race? Franco Martin has the tongue out and rock and roll hand motion as he cruises to victory at the 1A Region 2 Championship. Check out this photo and over 500 others from the meet by Donald Lamb.
Polls have made their way to flrunners.com! We wanted to get our audience and the running community more involved with the site. We are letting you pick this week's boys and girls Performers of the Week. What performance makes you say wow? Voting closes at 5 p.m, on Friday October 24,2014.
If you're looking for an easy course and quick time, the Mount Dora Bible Invitational isn't for you. Former coach Nathan Means, called it the toughest course in the state. Merritt Island junior Steven Cross tested his skils this weekend and came away with a new course record. Mustang's coach Bill Buonanni says he and Cross discussed the old record of 16:12 set by Melbourne's Brian Atkinson in 2010, the morning of the race.
Mount Dora Bible seventh grader Rebecca Clark takes home titles in both the 800 and 320 meter runs. She is one of a handful of double event winners including TFA's Teahna Daniels (100,200) and Ashlee Newsome (600, 1600) while Gateway junior Daja Clayton swept the hurdles. On the boys side, Terry Jernigan won both the 100 and 200, LCS senior Jake Gandy took both hurdles, and defending 1A Cross Country Finals champion Franco Martins picked up his first two wins of the year in the 1600 and 3200. Todd Grasley and Darrell Laxton were on-site with dozens of videos and hundreds of photos! Enjoy!