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On July 19, 1957, Derek Ibbotson (GBR) clocks outdoor Mile world record of 3:57.2 at White City Stadium, 1908 Olympic Stadium, in London. Ron Delany (IRL), Stanislav Jungwirth (CZE) & Ken Wood (GBR) also sub-4: 3:58.8, 3:59.1 (first) and 3:59.3 (first), respectively,...



Hocker defends Olympic Trials 1500 title

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In the...


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Greatest U.S. women’s 1500 EVER!

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At the...


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Featured Athletes

Kate Grace

DOB: 10/24/88 Mile PR:
4:20.70 - 2018
Metric Mile PR:
4:01.33 - 2021

Steve Scott

DOB: 05/05/56 Mile PR:
3:47.69 - 1982
Metric Mile PR:
3:31.76 - 1985

Jim Ryun

DOB: 04/29/47 Mile PR:
3:51.1 - 1967 (former world record)
Metric Mile PR:
3:33.1 - 1967 (former WR)

Cory McGee

DOB: 05/29/92 Mile PR:
4:18.11 - 2023
Metric Mile PR:
3:57.44 - 2024

Featured Events

5th Yakima Mile

Sat, July 13
Yakima, WA

Guardian Mile

Sat, July 27
Cleveland, OH

The Mile High Mile

Thurs, Aug 1
Boulder, CO

Grand Blue Mile

Tues, April 22, 2025
Des Moines, IA



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  • @ChrisChavez @BarstoolBigCat @BarstoolYak Bringing "The Mile" to the people โฑ๏ธ๐Ÿƒโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐ŸŽ‰
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