Did you know?

On May 27, 2001, American Alan Webb, 18, breaks Jim Ryun’s 36-year-old high school Mile record, clocking 3:53.43 against world class competition at the Prefontaine Classic in Eugene, OR. #SimplyAmazing!

News

5.26.17

School Celebrates 40 Years of Its Mile Marathon

“The Mile Marathon is the oldest, longest-standing race in Boulder,...


5.23.17

State Street Mile, The Fastest Mile in the West, Set for Sunday, June 4

Race proceeds go to the Santa Barbara District Attorney’s Crime...


5.25.17

A Falcon and a Duck Made the Pre Classic Fly

Without a doubt, though, the big, highly anticipated Mile race -...


5.24.17

Dark Horse and The Mile

I never want to do that again... but by the time I make it back to...



Featured Athletes

Jim Beatty

DOB: 10/28/34 Mile PR:
3:55.5 - 1963
Metric Mile PR:
3:39.4 - 1962

Kate Grace

DOB: 10/24/88 Mile PR:
4:22.7 (road) - 2016
Metric Mile PR:
4:03.59 - 2017

Brenda Martinez

DOB: 09/08/87 Mile PR:
4:19.6 (road) - 2014
Metric Mile PR:
4:00.94 - 2013

Alan Webb

DOB: 01/13/83 Mile PR:
3:46.91 - 2007 (U.S. record)
Metric Mile PR:
3:30.54 - 2007


Featured Events

Festival of Miles

Fri, May 26
Tucson, AZ

State Street Mile

Sun, June 4
Santa Barbara, CA

GNC Live Well Liberty Mile

Fri, July 28
Pittsburgh, PA

Minnesota Mile

Thurs, September 7
Duluth, MN

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