Did you know?

On February 5, 1955, Gunnar Nielsen (DEN) won the Wanamaker Mile, setting an indoor Mile world record (4:03.6) in New York City; the only Dane to hold Mile WR; he broke Wes Santee’s 1-week-old WR! (Santee was in the race.)

News

1.11.23

Hoare to defend men’s Rudin Wanamaker Mile

Commonwealth Games champion to face formidable international field...


1.5.23

Muir headlines sensational women’s Rudin Wanamaker Mile

“This will be my first time racing at the Millrose Games, so I am...


1.31.23

5 Things We Learned From Katelyn Tuohy, the New Collegiate Record Holder in the Mile

NC State star clocked a 4:24.26 Mile at Dr. Sander Invite to top...


2.1.23

Pair of HS sub-4 Milers lead the field in Junior international Mile at New Balance Indoor Grand Prix

Multiple international medalists make for two of the deepest Mile...



Featured Athletes

Johnny Gregorek

DOB: 12/07/91 Mile PR:
3:46.67 (road) - 2022
Metric Mile PR:
3:34.49 - 2021

Dani Jones

DOB: 08/21/96 Mile PR:
4:23.33 - 2020
Metric Mile PR:
4:04.26 - 2021

Heather MacLean

DOB: 08/31/95 Mile PR:
4:23.42 (indoors) - 2023
Metric Mile PR:
3:58.76 - 2022

Sam Prakel

DOB: 10/29/94 Mile PR:
3:47.64 (road) - 2022
Metric Mile PR:
3:34.92 - 2022


Featured Events

Spirit Run Mile

Sun, March 12
Newport Beach, CA

Grand Blue Mile: USA Road Championships

Tues, April 25
Des Moines, IA

Mile of Truth

Sun, May 7
Danville, CA

State Street Mile

Sun, June 4
Santa Barbara, CA

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