From left to right: Joseph Fahnbulleh, Rob Finnerty, and Rilwan Alowonle
Minnesota has had its fair share of dominant track and field athletes throughout its history, but who has been the best of the best when it comes to owning the top Minnesota high schools times/marks of all-time in state history?
We will look at the all-time lists to see who comes up most often when given everyone's high school performances all-time. For example, how many times an athlete shows up in the top 10 marks of all-time given all performances.
This list will be skewed towards athletes that have competed in the 21st century due to more advanced training techniques, technology advances, and increased access to the sport.
The 400m is not included here as there was no one dominant 400m runner.
All statistics are according to the MileSplit Minnesota database. Only results that are in our database show up in our generated rankings