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On January 27, 1962, Peter Snell (NZL) sets Mile world record of 3:54.4 in Wanganui: first sub-4 on New Zealand soil, Snell’s first sub-4 and first & only Mile WR on grass!

News

1.22.20

Lyme Disease almost ended Robby Andrews’s career

What all runners need to know about the tick-borne illness and its...


1.17.20

Dole Packaged Foods returns as presenting sponsor of Manzano Mile

Third edition offers $2600 prize purse and welcomes elites, kids,...


1.20.20

The legacy of legend & Olympic champion Ron Delany

His gold at the 1956 Melbourne Olympics changed the way the world...


1.23.20

Klosterhalfen ready to defend women’s Wanamaker Mile title

German Olympian to face formidable field including American stars...



Featured Athletes

Mary Decker Slaney

DOB: 08/04/58 Mile PR:
4:16.71 - 1985 (U.S. record & former WR)
Metric Mile PR:
3:57.12 - 1983 (former AR)

Craig Engels

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

Nikki Hiltz

DOB: 10/23/94 Mile PR:
4:25.4 (road) - 2019
Metric Mile PR:
4:01.52 - 2019

Peter Snell

DOB: 12/17/38 Mile PR:
3:54.1 - 1964 (former world record)
Metric Mile PR:
3:37.6 - 1964


Featured Events

Camel City Elite Mile

Sat, February 8
Winston-Salem, NC

Manzano Mile

Sat, February 15
Austin, TX

Newport-Mesa Spirit Run Mile

Sun, March 1
Newport Beach, CA

Grand Blue Mile

Tues, April 21
Des Moines, IA

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