Mile News Tagged Jakob Ingebrigtsen


Sahlman runs his second HS sub-4 at Bowerman Mile

May 29, 2022

“I gave it all I had... It was definitely a great experience. I raced against the best in the world and I ran 3:56. I can’t be disappointed with that.”

By Joe Curley, Ventura County Star

He was seeded last, spent nearly the entire race trailing the world class field and it was all captured...

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Bowerman Mile again draws the best of the Best

May 07, 2022

Past race champions, Olympic medalists, world champions and rising stars to toe the line at Hayward Field

From Prefontaine Classic

The Prefontaine Classic has churned out more sub-4 minute Mile performances than any other American meet, and the storied Bowerman Mile has played a pivotal role...

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Olympic champion Ingebrigtsen gets 1500m indoor world record

February 18, 2022

"First of all I want to improve my own times, but obviously beating a world record is a big achievement for me. I will always remember this, it feels amazing."

From World Athletics

It’s easy to forget that Jakob Ingebrigtsen is still just 21-years-old.

Keen followers of the sport have been...

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Ingebrigtsen, Thompson-Herah, Mu shine in Pre Classic’s record-setting return to Hayward Field

August 21, 2021

"Being able to win races is every athlete’s dream. It’s great to be able to be here and take part in this great meet."

By Chris Hansen, Register-Guard

By the time the Bowerman Mile runners lined up for the final event of the Prefontaine Classic, there had been eight meet records, six...

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Ingebrigtsen’s star shines brightly with Olympic 1500m gold

August 07, 2021

"This is what you want as a professional runner... I feel like I am just getting started. But at the same time, I have been dreaming of this for my whole life."

By Bob Ramsak for World Athletics

Jakob Ingebrigtsen capped his stunning rise from precocious talent to global middle distance...

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Tokyo Olympics preview: 1500m

July 31, 2021

Can Kipyegon, Centrowitz defend Olympic crowns?

By Nicole Jeffery & Bob Ramsak for World Athletics

WOMEN
The outcome of the women’s 1500 meters may be most influenced by whether world champion Sifan Hassan decides to do the event or not.

At the time of writing, Hassan was still...

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Bowerman Mile Brings Back Its Magic for Pre Classic

July 28, 2021

Centrowitz, two-time defending champion Cheruiyot, Ingebrigtsen brothers and more expected at the only race in the world to twice have produced five under 3:50

From the Prefontaine Classic

EUGENE, Ore. - Strap up, Mile fans. The magic will clearly be back for the Prefontaine Classic’s...

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A prodigy’s teenage career at an end, are world records on the horizon?

September 23, 2020

Norway's Jakob Ingebrigtsen has produced impressive world class times and performances as a teenager, including a 3:51.30 Mile

By Mathis Brorstad, SportInDepth.com

One of the most scrutinized teenagers in the history of distance running, Jakob Ingebrigtsen of Norway, just celebrated his 20th...

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Timothy Cheruiyot Crushes Field to Capture 1500m World Title

October 06, 2019

Fast winning pace also produces two national records and numerous seaonal bests; Rio 2016 champion Matthew Centrowitz 8th

By Mike Rowbottom for the IAAF

DOHA, Qatar - Timothy Cheruiyot led from gun to tape on Sunday evening to add a world 1500 meter gold medal to the silver he collected two...

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World Championships Men’s 1500m preview: Cheruiyot clear favorite

September 23, 2019

American quartet includes Rio Olympic champion Centrowitz, Blankenship, Engels & Prakel in Doha, Qatar

By Mike Rowbottom for the IAAF

It seems wrong to describe Norway’s Jakob Ingebrigtsen as a wunderkind, because even though he only turned 19 on September 19, he has the attitude – and indeed...

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