Vincent Ciattei

Birthday: 01/21/95 Mile PR: 3:54.31 - 2022 (indoors)
Metric Mile (1500m) PR: 3:34.57 - 2021
High School: Perry Hall HS (MD) '13
Hometown: Baltimore, MD
College: Virginia Tech '18
Current Residence: Eugene, OR

Team: Oregon Track Club

Rising star Vincent Ciattei won his first national title at the 2022 Grand Blue Mile in Des Moines, clocking 4:04 (4:03.2).

In 2021, he won the Fleet Feet Liberty Mile in Pittsburgh, tying the event record (3:59), finished third at the Downtown Yakima Mile (3:56) and was a 1500m finalist at the U.S. Olympic Trials.

At Virginia Tech, Ciattei was the 2018 NCAA 1500m and indoor Mile runner-up and with his Hokie teammates, also won the NCAA Indoor Distance Medley Relay and the National 4x800 Relay Championships.

In high school at Perry Hall, he won Maryland state titles in the Mile & 3200m (indoors) and 800m & 1600m (outdoors).

Photo credit: Kevin Morris

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News

Lipari, Ciattei win thrilling USATF 1 Mile Road titles at Grand Blue Mile

April 26, 2022

National championship race awards $25,000 with $5000 to each USA champion

From Drake Relays

DES MOINES — The Grand Blue Mile presented by Wellmark Blue Cross Blue Shield returned to downtown Des Moines on a beautiful Tuesday evening, for the first time since 2019, and the event again hosted...

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Grand Blue Mile Fields Taking Shape for USATF 1 Mile Road Championships

April 23, 2022

Past race champions Murphy, Lipari, Follett returning to the streets of Des Moines; $25,000 prize purse with $5000 for each national champion

From Grand Blue Mile

DES MOINES - Grand Blue Mile officials from Wellmark® Blue Cross® and Blue Shield® and the Drake Relays presented by Xtream...

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Hiltz, Prakel win Downtown Yakima Mile

August 28, 2021

Women’s race champion clocks fastest Mile on Washington state soil to collect $5000 bonus

Race reports by Scott Spruill & Luke Thompson, Yakima Herald-Republic & BBTM

YAKIMA, Wash. – Reaching North First Street, Nikki Hiltz knew it was time to go. Or very likely lose.

So when the road Mile...

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