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On March 6, 1964, Loyola University’s Tom O’Hara (USA) broke his 3-week-old indoor Mile world record, clocking 3:56.4 in Chicago, witnessed by 17,000 hometown fans.

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3.1.21

Powerful Oregon featuring Milers galore

The secret behind this winter’s Duck Mile breakout, if there is...


2.23.21

Craig Engels: Full speed to the U.S. Olympic Trials 1500

"I do know I have to be ready for a 3:29 1500 if I want to be in...


3.5.21

Paul McMullen, an Olympian and U.S. Mile Champion, Dies at 49

"He was a competitor. He wanted to step on the line and race. It...


2.26.21

Registration for the 2021 Virtual Grand Blue Mile now open

Complete Your Race - Your Pace - Your Place between April 17 and...



Featured Athletes

Johnny Gregorek

DOB: 12/07/91 Mile PR:
3:49.98 (indoors) - 2019
Metric Mile PR:
3:35.00 - 2017

Grant Fisher

DOB: 04/22/97 Mile PR:
3:59.38 - 2015
Metric Mile PR:
3:39.60 - 2019

Amanda Eccleston

DOB: 06/18/90 Mile PR:
4:20.6 (road) - 2016
Metric Mile PR:
4:03.25 - 2016

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

Spirit Run Mile

Sun, March 7 (TBD)
Newport Beach, CA

Grand Blue Mile & USA Road Championships

Sat, April 17 to Sun, April 25
Des Moines, IA & worldwide

Manzano Mile

Sun, April 25
Austin, TX

Downtown Yakima Mile

Sat, June 12 (TBD)
Yakima, WA

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Return the Mile to prominence on the American & worldwide sports and cultural landscape by elevating and celebrating the Mile to create a movement.

ELEVATE
Bring Back the Mile as the premier event in the sport, and increase interest in and media coverage of the Mile for both those who love the distance as well as the general public.

CELEBRATE
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NATIONAL MOVEMENT
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