Reed Brown becomes 10th U.S. HSer to clock sub-4 Mile
Stunning sub-57 final lap makes Texas native the 4th fastest U.S. high school Miler all-time
By Cam Smith, USA TODAY High School Sports
The hallowed halls of the sub-4 minute Mile got a new resident Thursday night when Texas native Reed Brown clocked a 3:59.30 at the Festival of Miles in St. Louis, Missouri.
As reported by MileSplit, Brown’s first ever sub-4:00 Mile counted as the fourth fastest in scholastic running history. The teen ran a stunning 56.8 seconds in the final 400 meters of his race to slip under the 4:00 threshold, all while competing against the best in the nation in the professional Mile.
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