Mile News Tagged Brooks Pr Invitational

Whittaker Defends Memorable Girls Mile at Brooks PR Invitational

June 15, 2022

First high school girls Mile race ever with seven running sub-4:40

By Mary Albl of DyeStat

Julia Flynn called it.

“I knew it. I knew today was going to be a crazy race,” said Flynn, a recent graduate of Traverse City Central High in Michigan.

That it was. On a cloudy Wednesday afternoon...

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Say Hello to Your Newest Sub-4 Guy: Simeon Birnbaum

June 15, 2022

Last seated South Dakotan blasts 56 second last lap to become the 17th U.S. prep, 5th this year & third junior sub-4 minutes in the Mile and 12th since BBTM 2012 launch

By Cory Mull,

Simeon Birnbaum sent big shockwaves through the high school track & field world on Wednesday...

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Qualify for the 2014 Brooks PR Invite at Mt. SAC Relays

March 18, 2014

Two fastest boys and girls at Brooks PR Mile on April 18 earn June 21 spots in Seattle

From Brooks Running

The iconic Mt. SAC Relays are nearly here, and in preparing for some of the most impressive races of the outdoor season, we’re introducing the Brooks PR Mile set for Friday evening,...

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2013 Brooks PR Invitational Mile, Early Season Showcase

March 19, 2013

By Evin Mangan, note by Larry Eder, RunBlogRun

Since its inaugural running in 2011, the Brooks PR Invitational has been all about showcasing. The fastest prep athletes are flown to Seattle to race on the fastest track and to put on an early season showcase of who to expect big things from once...

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