Did you know?

On September 22, 1990, PattiSue Plumer (USA) sets still standing women’s Fifth Avenue Mile record of 4:16.68 (tied by Jenny Simpson in 2017) and a then record 17 men go sub-4, the most ever on the track or the roads.

News

9.21.18

Runners rejoice, the Mile is returning to Santa Rosa

“In general, across the United States, there is growing fever of...


9.14.18

The Morning Mile Gets Kids Running Before School—and Loving It!

Since 2010, the run / walk program, founded by Fitz Koehler, has...


9.15.18

Oviedo’s Jenny Simpson: “I never imagined that I would be this good for this long”

“It’s loving what you do, but also knowing all of the work that you...


9.20.18

Colleen Quigley Shares Her Super Productive Morning Routine

My favorite part is the habit tracker, where I keep a record of all...



Featured Athletes

Louis Zamperini

DOB: 01/26/17 Mile PR:
4:07.9 (indoors) - 1940
Metric Mile PR:
3:52.6 - 1939

Jenny Simpson

DOB: 08/23/86 Mile PR:
4:16.6 (road) - 2017
Metric Mile PR:
3:57.22 - 2014 (#3 U.S. all-time)

Colleen Quigley

DOB: 11/20/92 Mile PR:
4:19.2 (road) - 2018
Metric Mile PR:
4:03.02 - 2018

Wes Santee

DOB: 03/25/32 Mile PR:
4:00.5 - 1955
Metric Mile PR:
3:42.8 - 1954 (former world record)


Featured Events

The Navy Mile

Sun, September 30
Washington, DC

Camel City Elite Mile

Sat, February 2, 2019
Winston-Salem, NC

Newport-Mesa Spirit Run Elite Mile

Sun, March 17, 2019
Newport Beach, CA

10th Grand Blue Mile

Tues, April 23, 2019
Des Moines, IA

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