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On November 30, 1895, Andrew Walsh (USA) sets indoor Mile world record, clocking 4:26.0 in Brooklyn, NY; the only indoor Mile WR recorded in November and his mark lasted more than 10 years!



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Featured Athletes

Ben Blankenship

DOB: 12/15/88 Mile PR:
3:52.51 - 2019
Metric Mile PR:
3:34.26 - 2016

Henry Wynne

DOB: 04/18/95 Mile PR:
3:51.26 (indoors) - 2019
Metric Mile PR:
3:34.08 - 2021

Cory McGee

DOB: 05/29/92 Mile PR:
4:21.81 - 2020
Metric Mile PR:
4:00.67 - 2021

Diane Leather Charles

DOB: 01/07/33 Mile PR:
4:45.00 - 1955 (former world best)
Metric Mile PR:
4:22.2 – 1955

Featured Events

Camel City Elite Mile

Sat, February 5, 2022
Winston-Salem, NC

Spirit Run Mile

Sun, March 27, 2022
Newport Beach, CA

Grand Blue Mile: USA Road Championships

Tues, April 26, 2022
Des Moines, IA

State Street Mile

Sun, June 5, 2022
Santa Barbara, CA



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