Nick Willis’ record 19th consecutive year sub-4, Hobbs Kessler – 12th U.S. high schooler sub-4 – sets prep indoor Mile record, two more father-son sub-4 combo club members and NCAA Indoor champion Cole Hocker leads youth charge highlight another pandemic year
Mile News Tagged Matthew Centrowitz
Tokyo Olympians Matthew Centrowitz, Paul Chelimo, Clayton Murphy, Jake Wightman and Jemma Reekie to close seasons by racing down Manhattan’s most famous thoroughfare live on USATF.TV; $34,000 prize purse; 20 heats to be run, including FDNY / NYPD heat to mark 20th anniversary of 9/11
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Women’s race champion clocks fastest Mile on Washington state soil to collect $5000 bonus
Race reports by Scott Spruill & Luke Thompson, Yakima Herald-Republic & BBTM
YAKIMA, Wash. – Reaching North First Street, Nikki Hiltz knew it was time to go. Or very likely lose.
So when the road Mile...Read More comments
Top men’s & women’s fields expected, vying for $23,500 plus record & time bonus money; second edition benefits the YWCA Yakima and it family services program
YAKIMA, Wash. – The Olympics may be over, but the competition for the title as the world’s fastest Mile runner definitely is not, and...Read More comments
Can Kipyegon, Centrowitz defend Olympic crowns?
By Nicole Jeffery & Bob Ramsak for World Athletics
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...Read More comments
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...Read More comments
The youngest outdoor national champion in the 1500 or Mile since 1911: “This whole year, I felt like I was proving myself to the world, but also proving my talent to myself."
By David Woods, Indianapolis Star
Over the course of three minutes, Cole Hocker was far from the desired destination,...Read More comments
The fact that his winning time was the slowest since 1932 is irrelevant; it was racing entertainment at its finest.
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Whoever shows up on the starting line at Hayward Field, rest assured the guys will put on a great show at the U.S. Olympic Trials
By Jeff Hollobaugh, Track & Field News
It's not outlandish to project that one of the most-anticipated events at June’s U.S. Olympic Trials will be the men’s 1500....Read More comments
"Be ready for a fast race. Be ready for guys to be obviously fast, that can close really well but obviously be strong enough to run a National Record or a season best or PR by the third round."
By Sieg Lindstrom, Track & Field News
While the young collegiate bucks have torn it up indoors this...Read More comments
my first sub-4
- 11/23 15 Reasons Why We Love the Mile
- 11/17 Endless Mileage Project recognizes every first U.S. sub-4 and 4:30 Miler with tree in Fast Forest
- 10/27 Colin Sahlman: 2022 TFN HS Boys Athlete Of The Year
- 10/06 Jenny Simpson, most decorated U.S. Miler, shifts focus with new Puma sponsorship
- 10/02 A Select Group: Only 28 men have gone sub-4 and sub-2:10
- 09/24 Still unbroken after 40 years, what’s holding back an Irish Mile record?
- 09/11 Wightman defends, Muir wins New Balance 5th Avenue Mile
- 09/06 Defending champions Wightman, Reekie face formidable fields at the New Balance 5th Avenue Mile
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