Chris Webber Steps Down as MileSplit Miss. State Editor

MileSplit Mississippi, a leading platform for track and field coverage in the state, announces the departure of Chris Webber, who has served as the State Editor since May of 2021. Webber has played a pivotal role in elevating the coverage of track and field events in Mississippi, fostering connections within the community, and highlighting the achievements of coaches, athletes, and parents.

In a statement released today, Chris Webber expressed his gratitude and reflected on his time with MileSplit Mississippi:

"My journey as the MileSplit Mississippi State Editor has been nothing short of incredible, and this is a world that I will miss very much. While I will not be acting as the State Editor, I will still be around pursuing other things, and I encourage all coaches, athletes, and parents that I have built working relationships with to keep in touch. The Editor that will take my place is the perfect fit, and I have zero doubt that they will continue to build the momentum that the MileSplit Mississippi community has generated to push the sport forward in the state."

Chris Webber's dedication and passion have left an indelible mark on the MileSplit Mississippi community, and his departure is met with both appreciation and anticipation for the future. Under his leadership, the platform has grown to become a hub for track and field enthusiasts, providing comprehensive coverage and insights into the Mississippi Cross Country / Track and Field community. 

MileSplit Mississippi expresses gratitude to Chris Webber for his outstanding contributions and wishes him continued success in his future endeavors. The transition to a new State Editor marks an exciting chapter for MileSplit Mississippi, and the platform remains committed to delivering top-notch coverage for the sport in Mississippi.