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The 2021 UIL Track & Field season is complete after some amazing performances in Austin!
VYPE has scoured the results and has every female athlete that finished in the Top 3 in their individual events, this does not include members of relay teams. Now, it's time to vote!
The Academy Sports + Outdoors VYPE DFW Female Track & Field Athlete of the Year Fan Poll is now live! Fans will have the chance to vote until Monday, May 24th, at 7 p.m.
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A clear favorite from the start, Denton Guyer's Brynn Brown was running for something bigger than herself— bigger than a state title— on Saturday. Brown was running for fallen teammate Dylan Dorrell who died in August from heart issues after a cross country workout with the team. With a motivating motto of "Run for Dylan" all season, Brown was able to push herself throughout the race.
Breaking her own state-meet record of 10:09.91, the North Carolina signee set a new state record in the UIL Class 6A 3,200-meter race with an incredible time of 9:58.77. The senior came up just about ten seconds short of the national record of 9:47.88 set by Katelyn Tuohy in 2018.
BREAKING: Denton Guyer star Brynn Brown sets the new Class 6A and #UILState record by running the 3200-meter race in 9:58.77 | The old record was. 10:09.91 ... set by Brown in 2019. @TXMileSplit @DentonGuyerFB @GuyerGirlsTrack @GuyerBoysTrack @GuyerVolleyball @disdathletics pic.twitter.com/OBVX31Ttql— VYPE DFW (@VYPEDFW) May 8, 2021
With her gold medal on Saturday, Brown will head into college with four state titles under her belt. Brown has two gold medals in the 3,200-meter race, one in the 1,600-meter race, and one in cross country.