See images from Sydney McLaughlin and Team USA's world record DMR relay by Photo Run
Two of Connecticut's finest competed in the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix at the Reggie Lewis Track in Boston.
Both claim Junior Mile titles on Saturday.
Sydney McLaughlin talks to the press after helping Team USA break the world indoor record in the distance medley relay with a time of 10:40.31. The teenage Olympian split 52.32 on the 400m leg. She is committed to compete at the University of Kentucky, but reveals that she is thinking about turning pro.
Olympic bronze medalist Emma Coburn started the women's DMR at the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix in Boston and it was another Olympic bronze medalist, Jenny Simpson, who anchored the team to a new world record time of 10:40.31. Simpson, an Oviedo High School alumni, ran the 1,600m leg in 4:27.66 to help the quartet break the previous record of 10:42.57, set in 2015.
We also have video of Jones' state record breaking vault.
The Olympian split 52.32 on the 400m leg
The high school senior was fourth in the pro women's field at New Balance Indoor Grand Prix
If you haven't heard as of yet, NJ's very own Olympian Sydney McLaughlin has been added to a DMR team attempting to take down a world record.
Ten runners will toes the line on Saturday.
La Salle's Principe leads the field of 11 runners.
Connor Lane and Nevada Mareno are set to attend the Historic New Balance Indoor Grand Prix in Boston, Massachusetts where both could set a North Carolina Mile State Record!
There was talk the La Salle Academy senior would compete in the professional mile for another crack at a sub four-minute mile.
The teenage Olympian will race the DMR with Jenny Simpson, Emma Coburn and Brenda Martinez
D.J. Principe and Nevada Mareno headline the fields in Boston