The COVID-19 pandemic has sent shockwaves across the world and has forced everyone to adjust to a new reality for the time being. Former Florida cross country and track alum are leading the charge on the front lines.
COVID-19 has caused a great deal of uncertainty as to what the offseason will look like for cross country teams in the state of Florida.
Florida No. 1 800m athlete for the 2020 season, Sam Austin, is using this junior season cancellation to motivate him for his big senior goals.
Learn a little more about those behind the business in the Florida running community.
In his 36 years of coaching, Bill Cashman has coached over 70 state champions with 51 of the champions coming by way of the pole vault, 6 national champions, over 100 high school All-Americans and his athletes have earned 11 state records in the pole vault.
The respective tracks in Winter Park and down in Miami were burning from the fast times and fantastic performances from all across the state.
We breakdown our top takeaways from the Windermere Meet of Champions this weekend.
We're breaking down athletes that have shined in the first week of the 2020 season. Up first, our Central Florida athletes.
The early-season meet was filled with great effort and performances from all participants, but here are three takeaways from the meet.
Zach White had no coaching experience prior to coming to Mount Dora Christian Academy. Now four years in, he's the NFHS Florida Boys Cross Country Coach Of The Year.
This weekend at the FACA Clinic, Coach Benz was honored with the Jimmy Carnes Lifetime Achievement Award in the Florida Track and Field Hall of Fame – an award that honors Benz's relentless pursuit of the sport.
Two decades into his cross-country coaching career, Doug Butler has almost as many state championships under his belt - 17, as he does years of coaching.
Last November, the Mount Dora Christian boys cross country team and the Circle Christian girls cross country team left Tallahassee as state champions. This season, both teams hope to have the same success as they did last year. Their roads to Tallahassee, however, might be a little different.