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individual lists by DyeStat for 5000 meters and 3 miles

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team rankings by Marc Bloom


2003 Cross Country
DyeStat Elite
2003 Harrier team rankings

Best 5k and 3-mile times of the season.  Due to the variations between courses, weather, and distances, these should be considered performance lists, not absolute rankings

How to get ranked

The only authoritative national team rankings for high school cross country are those published by Marc Bloom in "The Harrier's High School Cross Country Report." DyeStat lists the top 10 national teams and the top 5 regional teams. Subscribe to The Harrier for the complete Super 25 and top 10 regional teams. 

 

The Harrier
the high school distance magazine

The complete Rankings, with top 25 nationwide and top 10 per region, appear in every issue of The Harrier.

Be prepared for the 2003 Cross Country Season with a subscription to “The Harrier’s High School Cross Country Report,” the high school distance magazine for X-C and track, now in its 28th year, and published by award winning track writer Marc Bloom. Exclusive stories by Bloom, one of the sport’s foremost authorities and a coach himself, on how to develop H.S. distance runners. Features on top teams and individuals, expert coaching advice on training, racing, nutrition and motivation, penetrating interviews with world class stars and top coaches, meet stories, unique coverage of all 50 state meets with winning team lineups, H.S. All-American teams, Foot Locker coverage—plus essays on topical issues, such as the early success and maturity issues of young girls. Everything a coach, athlete, parent or fan needs to know about high school cross-country and distances on the track. PLUS: Exclusive Super 25 National and Regional Team Rankings, the coast-to-coast guidepost of excellence, and how those teams excel.

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John Dye

Baltimore MD

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