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2014 Boston Marathon & 2009 ING New York City Marathon champion and 2004 Olympic Marathon silver medalist Meb Keflezighi ran the fastest high school Mile in 1994, clocking 4:05.6.

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3.26.20

Rowbury is undaunted by coronavirus or Olympics postponement

"I hope I can race well and show that even though I’m 35 and even...


3.13.20

Fleet Feet Liberty Mile, Downtown Pittsburgh’s Only Nighttime Road Race, Returns on July 24

With a variety of Mile races for participants to choose from, the...


3.18.20

Finding Normalcy in Abnormal Times

But maybe there is something about being in the “eye of the storm.”...


3.23.20

Carlos Villarreal preparing for first sub-4 in Tucson attempt

“I’m just running about 60 miles a week and taking it easy right...



Featured Athletes

Louis Zamperini

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

Craig Engels

DOB: 05/01/94 Mile PR:
3:51.60 - 2019
Metric Mile PR:
3:34.04 - 2019

Shannon Rowbury

DOB: 09/19/84 Mile PR:
4:19.2 (road) - 2008
Metric Mile PR:
3:56.29 - 2015 (#2 U.S. all-time)

Emma Coburn

DOB: 10/19/90 Mile PR:
4:20.5 (road) - 2018
Metric Mile PR:
4:04.40 - 2019


Featured Events

Grand Blue Mile

Tues, April 21
Des Moines, IA

State Street Mile

Sun, June 7
Santa Barbara, CA

Downtown Yakima Mile

Sat, June 13
Yakima, WA

The Brooklyn Mile

Sun, June 21
Brooklyn, NY

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