The 2014 top lists are on the way. Here's a little teaser to give you an idea of what is to come. For this list we just decided to give you the top 1000 performers over 60m this year, with both boys and girls included on the list.
Please let us know if you notice any mistakes (including misspelled names) or results that we have missed.
With the All Ireland Cross Country over for another year and the European Cross Country just around the corner, we thought it would be interesting to have a look at how the members of the Irish Junior team made their respective ways through the juvenile ranks.
The 12 members of the junior squad have all taken very different routes to get to where they are now, with some showing promise well before others.
Kevin seemed to run over his age most of the time, until in 2012 he made a big jump in performance and ran into the top 4 in both races. It only got better after that.
After going through his induction to the All Ireland cross country in 2008, Con has performed consistently well every year, with the last two years going especially well.
Jack finished an impressive 7th in his first All Ireland race. His results seemed to be declining slightly, until he bucked the trend to win silver this year.
David has been a common fixture inside the top 7, managing to place highly all his way through the juvenile ranks.
After entering the fray in 2012 with a 16th place finish, Brendan quickly worked his way up to being one of the top contenders.
Rick is also a relative newcomer to the All Ireland Cross County scene. He made good progression from 2012 to 2013, before announcing himself as a top cross country runner this year.
It took just one year for Hope to get the hang of things and make her way to the top. Finishing 10th over her age in 2013 was a good result to start off with, while taking gold one year later confirmed that she has quite a knack for this cross country running business.
Orlaith kept improving at a remarkable steady pace, climbing from 60th in 2006 to 3rd in 2010. Then followed a few difficult years, but she got back in the swing of things in 2014, finishing higher than ever before.
Isabel has made a big jump in performance every two years, moving her way up from placing 109th to becoming one of the best cross country runners in the country.
Like David Harper, Clodagh is very familiar with finishing towards the head of the field in the All Ireland Cross Country. She has had 7 straight years where she has finished inside the top 10.
Since 2006, Sarah has been improving year on year. A 4th place finish in 2008 is the only result that doesn't fall in line with her gradual rise from 25th to the top. It perhaps showed a glimpse of what was going to come a few years down the line.
Rhona has had good cross country results over the last few years, but nothing that indicated that she would take bronze over her age this year and book her a place on the plane to Samokov.