Did you know?

On April 27, 1974, Tony Waldrop, University of North Carolina, won the Penn Relays Mile in 3:53.2 to tie Jim Ryun’s NCAA record and to also set the still standing meet record and his PR. #GoHeels!

News

5.1.16

Jenny Simpson takes shot at ending U.S. 1500 Olympic drought

Simpson won a gold medal at the 2011 World Championships: “What...


4.30.16

HSer Michael Slagowski breaks 4 minute Mile at Jesuit Twilight Relays

"The backstretch was just completely lined up with people...


5.2.16

Aragon races to 4th best HS 1500 time ever at Payton Jordan

Defending high school Dream Mile champion improves time by 5...


5.2.16

Pledging Now Open for Global Running Day and First-Ever Million Kid Run on June 1

NEW YORK — Pledging for Global Running Day and the inaugural...



Featured Athletes

Steve Scott

DOB: 05/05/56 Mile PR:
3:47.69 - 1982
Metric Mile PR:
3:31.76 - 1985

Dyrol Burleson

DOB: 04/27/40 Mile PR:
3:55.60 - 1963
Metric Mile PR:
3:38.80 - 1964

Jenny Simpson

DOB: 08/23/86 Mile PR:
4:19.3 (road) - 2013
Metric Mile PR:
3:57.22 - 2014 (#3 U.S. all-time)

Heather Kampf

DOB: 01/19/87 Mile PR:
4:21.39 (road) - 2014
Metric Mile PR:
4:04.50 - 2015


Featured Events

Medtronic TC 1 Mile

Thurs, May 12
Minneapolis, MN

Festival of Miles

Thurs, June 2
St. Louis, MO

HOKA ONE ONE State Street Mile

Sun, June 5
Santa Barbara, CA

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