After two days of voting, there were no upsets. All of the higher seeds have moved on in the bracket. The leading vote getter in the first round was the #4 seed Z'kiah Kuykandall from Gosnell. The biggest percentage win was the #8 seed Kamaria Russell from LR Central with nearly 80% of the vote in her matchup.
Voting is now open and ends at 8pm on Friday the 5th.
What Is This?
This is a fan poll tournament where your votes determined the greatest girl sprinter of the past decade.
We've selected 16 girls based on their times in the 100 and 200 meter dashes, ranked them 1-16, placed them in a bracket of head-to-head matchups where your poll votes will determine who advances. Early-round voting will last 48 hours.
Athletes included are from the period between 2010 and 2019. This is based solely on track times. Runners were selected based on top 100/200 rankings within the decade. The final cut to 16 was based solely on their combined rankings. There were some great single event specialists that were left out.
How This WorksAthletes are seeded 1 through 16 based on their combined rankings from the 100 and the 200. Every two days we will advance the runner with the most votes to the next round. You may vote on Ar.MileSplit.com. Be sure to spread the word to advance your favorites into the next round!