2005 - 2 national records (Mary Saxer 14-2 PV, Saratoga NY girls 19:59.24 4-mile relay) - Ken Cormier's late charges - Sarah Bowman's wire to wire runs - Bumby's mile - LJ/60m double by Sarah Matthews - great hurdlers Kira Robinson and Jared Huske - blazing sprinters J-Mee Samuels, Trindon Holliday, Justin Oliver, Bianca Knight, Sade Williams - Ryan Whiting's clutch throw - the great team from Cinco Ranch Katy TX.
- Scott Sellers 7-5.25 U.S. Record, Saratoga girls 20:08.72 U.S. Record, Katelyn Kaltenbach 4:45.32, Lashawn Merritt 21.73 and 47.88, Ashley Owens 7.32, Shadrack Kiptoo 9:00.30, Corey Brown 6.73, Laura Cummings 10:38.79, Jeremy Jackson 7.83, Shantia Moss 8.47, Gayle Hunter 19-10.75, Erica McLain 41-6.5 TJ, Andre Tillman 48-10.25 leads 1-2-3 North Rowan NC sweep over 48'), Michaela Wallerstedt 46-10 SP, Nate Rolfe 72-1.5 WT, James Logan girls 1:39.87 and 3:47.87. Photos by Photo Run
- Bobby Curtis 3-peats with stunning 100-meter surge on lap 7 of the mile; overcoming team tactics of Mike McGrath and Joaquin Chapa. Nicole Blood rolls to wire-to-wire victory in the 2-Mile to go with her winning anchor Saturday in the 4xMile relay. Nikki Bohnsack, all the way back from her swimming accident injury last August, anchored thrilling relay wins for Rockford MI in the DMR and 4x800. Sarah Bowman joins the elite with killer surge in the mile. Tommy Skipper cleared 17-3.75 and seemed on his way to a new US record when his pole shattered, breaking his left thumb. And Chris Solinsky wins national title in the 2-Mile; his first race of year!
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