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On June 27, 1965, Jim Ryun, at age 18, sets U.S. Mile record 3:55.3 in San Diego, beats Olympic champion & fellow Mile legend Peter Snell and also wins AAU title. #Wow!

News

6.28.17

Steve Spence Extends His Sub-5 Mile Streak to 42 Years

"I'd be curious to know how many of those men who lined up in the...


6.27.17

Sara Vaughn Steals Our Hearts and the Internet Goes Wild

After a stunning USA Championships 1500m race, her friends and fans...


6.22.17

Engels leaves mark on Ole Miss track & field

Rising U.S. Mile star sports an attention-getting mustache and...


6.24.17

Robby Andrews Wins First USA 1500m Title

Jenny Simpson four-peats in Sacramento; third place surprises for...



Featured Athletes

Sara Vaughn

DOB: 03/16/86 Mile PR:
4:27.1 (road) - 2016
Metric Mile PR:
4:06.64 - 2017

Robby Andrews

DOB: 03/29/91 Mile PR:
3:53.16 (indoors) - 2016
Metric Mile PR:
3:34.78 - 2012

Matthew Centrowitz

DOB: 10/18/89 Mile PR:
3:49.6 (road) - 2016
Metric Mile PR:
3:30.40 - 2015

Jenny Simpson

DOB: 08/23/86 Mile PR:
4:18.3 (road) - 2016
Metric Mile PR:
3:57.22 - 2014 (#3 U.S. all-time)


Featured Events

GNC Live Well Liberty Mile

Fri, July 28
Pittsburgh, PA

Aetna Falmouth Mile

Sat, August 19
Falmouth, MA

Minnesota Mile

Thurs, September 7
Duluth, MN

The Wasatch Mile

Thurs, September 14
Salt Lake City, UT

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