PA Milesplit is a network that covers and analyzes local and state sports in the United States. PA Milesplit reaches over 2 million unique users in a month during their peak seasons. It is a popular platform to track sport in the United States. People rely on their analysis to understand local and state games. During their peak seasons they got as high as 40 million page views in a month. The network uses new technologies and provides accurate analysis. They also provide live feeds and streams live events.
PA Milesplit on Social Media:
Milesplit can also be found on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, and Vine. Milesplit has over 1 lakh Facebook fans, 10,000 Twitter followers, 214k Instagram followers, and 74k YouTube subscribers.
With more than 74k subscribers and 300 million video views, as of december 2021, the Milesplit youtube channel is the source for live event coverage, breaking news, and original content of club and high school running. Other Social Media accounts also provide important links and feeds on time for their fans.
About PA Milesplit
MileSplit is the most popular network for cross country and track and field athletes. MileSplit feels that the grassroots level is where the sport’s heart is. Milesplit is able to give in-depth state-by-state coverage of the sport by making the publication and business processes easier for state webmasters. Simultaneously, these state portals input content into a national database, allowing an unparalleled level of national coverage.
PA Milesplit US is an online publisher in the sport with the tools to provide a high level of timely and comprehensive nationwide coverage, thanks to its powerful proprietary database software that connects all of the important aspects of covering the sport—results, rankings, articles, videos, photos, statistics, and more.
Foundation of PA Milesplit
Jason Byrne, a college sophomore at the time, launched Milesplit in 2001. It has grown steadily over the years, with the incorporation of Don Rich and Fred Finke into the corporate team in 2004. In 2011, PA Milesplit entered into an advertising agreement with FloSports, which was later acquired and merged with the company in 2013.
MileSplit headquarters are in Austin, Texas, at the FloSports headquarters. As a FloSports branch office, it continues to operate original MileSplit location just north of Orlando, Florida.
They use technology, trends, open source, LAMP architecture, and cloud computing. PA Milesplit moved 100 percent to the cloud on the Amazon stack in September 2010. They are adamant about their original objective, which is identical to that of the new parent firm. On every level, Milesplit helps to build the sport by providing dedicated coverage.
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