Spanish River alumna, Rylee Pustilnik, shares her advice in a letter to current and future high school runners.
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Take a look at the Florida-grown athletes that are officially entered to compete at the 2020 Olympic Marathon Trials in Atlanta, GA on February 29.
Spanish River senior, Rylee Pustilnik, announced her commitment to the University of Florida on Wednesday.
We break down all the Florida elite performances from this past weekend.
Florida athletes were all over the map this past weekend. Here are some storylines that you may have missed.
On Saturday, many of the all-star seniors of the state of Florida will line up on the Holloway Park course. This race will mark the end of their high school cross country seasons for some, and others will use this race as a tune up before Footlocker and NXR next week.
We recapped all 16 regions so you can stay in the know on the top storylines from this past week. Here are the recaps and takeaways from all the FHSAA 4A regional meets.
Take a look at the fastest teams heading into all 64 district championship meets to be held this week in Florida.
The class of 2020 is one competitive group this season. With 10 girls already sub 18:45 before October, this class is one of the fastest the state has seen.
XC team scores rankings and the top ranked team for every region in the state of Florida.
With 10 races over two days, the 36th Annual Spanish River Invitational was one of the largest meets in South Florida history!
In addition to the Miami-Dade County Championships, the Park Vista Invitational was filled with talented South Florida athletes that displayed their hard work and dedication this past weekend.
We preview all the action and see how our virtual meet has this one playing out as well.
We combined all the results from the meet to determine which individuals and teams were the best of the best regardless of race. See where your squad ranks on the list!
The Fleet Feet Invitational at South Fork High School is one of the larger invitationals this weekend.
Spanish River freshman Rylee Pustilnik won three bronze medals at the World Maccabiah Games in Israel.
Rylee Pustilnik won her age group in the B.A.A. 5K on the even of the 121st Boston Marathon.
The Spanish River standout recorded her 5th sub 19 minute time by navigating the McAlpine course in 18:57.50 to win the Foot Locker South Regional Girls Freshman race by nearly ten seconds.
As part of our Saucony Flo 50 rankings series, we take a look at the top 25 boys and girls individuals as well as the top 25 boys and girls teams and rank them. Here are the top boys teams after the cross country state championship.
Spanish River freshman Rylee Pustilnik is having a fantastic freshman season and was recently chosen to represent Team USA at the World Maccabiah Games in Israel next July.
Spanish River freshman Rylee Pustilnik and Jupiter freshman Alexandra Del Re are two of the top athletes in the state of Florida for the class of 2020 and currently rank 7th and 19th regardless of class. The duo will go head to head to head for only the second time this season at the Palm Beach County Championship. We take an in-depth look at both athletes using our compare athletes feature.
Josh Skielnik of Jupiter Christian is the favorite in the boys race at the Palm Beach County Championships while finishing second last year. On the girl's side it will be a battle between two of the top freshmen in the state in Rylee Pustilnik of Spanish River and Alexandra Del Re of Jupiter.
Besides some heavy showers, the Park Vista Cobra Country XC Invitational was a great success. The invite was held at South County Regional Park which is where the traditional 5k Spanish River course is held. The race for people who don't know is a two loop course with a hill at the end and a nice straight finish.
Our South Florida correspondent Eddie Romero was at the Park Vista Cobra XC Invitational in Palm Beach County and witnessed Spanish River's Rylee Pustilnik pick up yet another win on the season and Highland Christian Academy's Ryan Szklany notch the victory on the boys side. All the race videos and interviews waiting for you!
Nothing but sunshine and fast times at this year's Fleet Feet Invitational presented by Saucony. Saturday morning teams from all over the southeast of Florida showed up bright and early to race at South Fork high school. With 39 teams and a few unattached runners, the trip to this invite was worth the drive.
Donald Lamb was on-site at the Fleet Feet Invitational presented by Saucony at South Fork High School and captured over 800 photos of all the action including this one of girls varsity champion Rylee Pustilnik from Spanish River.
We've checked out the top individuals, the top teams, and now we go one step further breaking down all four classes by region. 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. Check out our region by region virtual meets for both boys and girls. We feature the top twenty-five individuals and top five teams, but you can see the complete list. Note: This list does not include freshman or transfers, but you have the ability to customize your own virtual meet!
South County Regional Park in Boca Raton will be the host for the 33rd Spanish River Invitational. The meet will host over 65 teams with four varsity races (1A/2A girls and boys, 3A/4A girls and boys) and end the morning with the girls and boys JV Races. We preview the varsity races and see which individuals and teams have the best shot at winning! Stay tuned to flrunners.com throughout the weekend as well for race video/interviews, photos, results and a complete recap of all the action!
Rick Rothman, who built Spanish River into one of the most successful cross country programs in the state, has decided to step down as the Sharks' long-time coach. (via Sun Sentinel)
The 19th World Maccabi Games, otherwise known as the Jewish Olympics, held every four years in Israel-the year after the Olympic Games. Jewish Athletes from 80 counties participate in sports at the youth, junior, open, masters, and Paralympic levels in sports ranging from basketball, baseball, swimming, karate, judo, volleyball, beach volleyball, equestrian ice hockey, field hockey, golf, tennis, futsal, rugby, squash, cricket, gymnastics, chess, rhythmic gymnastics, badminton, soccer, fencing, table tennis, half-marathon, and of course, track and field.
Spanish River assistant coach and former high school great, Melissa Perlman, is back from Tel Aviv with a bronze medal and a gold medal, both earned during a spectacular performance in the Maccabiah Games.
It was a great 2012-2013 in both cross country and track across the Sunshine State. Many of our seniors will soon be on their way to start their college careers both athletically and academically so we wanted to salute them one more time in this special feature.
The East team swept both All-Star championships, beating out the West in both rounds. On the boys side, that team battle came down to just one point! Ace Brown of Ft. Myers won the boys title, while Ellyn Snider of Spanish River was the first place girl.
It’s been a fine few months for Rick Rothman. The Spanish River cross country coach was named the National High School Athletic Coaches Association national cross country coach of the year. At the Palm Beach County Championships on Monday, his girls team finished first and boys team placed third.(via High School Buzz)
It was a beautiful day for cross country in South Florida as Palm Beach'Countys best runners headed to South County Regional Park in Boca Raton for the County Championships. Six races took place on the afternoon inlcuding two middle school, two junior varsity, and the two varsity races. The course consisted of mostly flat surfaces, one loop around a lake, and the second lap moving runners closer to the finish line and over a slight hill in the process. John Calderon was on-site with over one thousand photos from the event!
After three decades of being heralded on the local and state level, Richard Rothman of Delray Beach, FL was honored on the National High School Athletic Coaches Association’s (NHSACA) biggest stage last night. He was recognized as the NHSACA 2012 National Girls Cross Country Coach of the Year. (via Examiner.com)
For three decades and counting, Rick Rothman has gotten the most out of his student-athletes when it comes to coaching cross country. (via South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com)