Adaylia Borgmeier Keeps Breaking Records in 2023


Adaylia Borgmeier of Mankato East was one of the breakout stars of the 2022 Minnesota track and field season. Last year she set two state records in the 100m and 200m wheelchair events and won three state titles, all in her first track and field season.

This year she has stepped up her game again and has already broken her own 100m and 200m state records, and yesterday at the Section 2AA True Team meet, she shattered the girl's 800m wheelchair state record. 

Borgmeier crossed the line in her 800m race with a time of 2:13.28 to shatter the previous record of 2:27.49 set by Rose Hollerman in 2011.

All-Time Girls 800m WC Times

1Adaylia Borgmeier2:13.282023
2Rose Hollerman2:27.492011
3Marissa Bartels2:50.842014

This is now Brogmeier's third state record alongside her record of 18.77 in the 100m and 34.95 in the 200m. 

100m WC State Records

1Adaylia Borgmeier18.772023
2Madison Harbath21.472022
3Stacy Bates21.632013

200m WC State Records

1Adaylia Borgmeier34.952023
2Stacy Bates39.592014
3Lilly Stiernagle48.942018

Only being an 8th-grader, Borgmeier has a long high school career ahead of her that could take her to the national stage in the near future. She also has many more Minnesota state records she could pursue if she decides to move up in distance or if she tries the throwing events.