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When did WIAA start sponsoring girls track and field?

When did WIAA start sponsoring girls track and field?

The WIAA began sponsoring a tournament program in girls track & field in 1971. The first State Meet was held at Appleton East. The meet was also held at the Appleton site in 1972, then moved to Merrill in 1973. Monona Grove was the site in 1974 and 1975.

How many Wisconsin girls Track and Field Championships?

Terminology was changed in 1991 from classes to divisions (1-2-3). Madison West and Rosholt have won six State championships. Arcadia, Marathon, Nekoosa and Waukesha West have won five titles. Edgar and Prairie du Chien have four championships, as has Madison Memorial, Milwaukee Bradley, Milwaukee King and Whitewater.

Who are the best track and field athletes in the state?

In the wheelchair competition, Kleiss-Garcia and Berthiaume won those same events in 2017 and 2019, respectively. Edgar boasts the most event champions with 42. Madison Memorial is next with 34, and Arcadia is third with 29. South Milw. Regional Results

When did Waukesha West girls cross country change?

Terminology was changed from Classes A-B-C to Divisions 1-2-3 in 1990. The girls ran a 3,200-meter until 1993 and then a 4,000-meter race up until 2014, when the distances were extended to five kilometers. Waukesha West leads the way in number of State Championships with seven.

What’s the state record for boys track and field?

Milwaukee Washington is a distant fifth with 65. Others with 50 or more event championships include Madison West with 58, Kohler with 56 and Port Washington with 53. Only five boys have ever won State championships in the same event four years in a row.

Who are the best girls track and field athletes of all time?

In 2012, Heidmann won the 400 relay, 800 relay, the 1600 relay and the long jump. That same year, teammate Tess Thurs won the 100 hurdles, 300 hurdles, triple jump and 1600 relay. In 2016, Reesman won the wheelchair 100, 400, 800 races and shot put.