Brie Felnagle

Birthday: 12/09/86 Mile PR: 4:27.27 (indoors) - 2017
Metric Mile (1500m) PR: 4:05.64 - 2013
High School: Bellarmine Prep
Hometown: Tacoma, WA
College: University of North Carolina '10
Current Residence: Sacramento, CA

Brie Felnagle won the 2016 HOKA ONE ONE Adrian Martinez Classic "Adro" Mile, breaking the beam in 4:32.72. In 2013, Felnagle also captured the Morton Games Mile in Dublin, Ireland, clocking 4:30.44 to set a new meet record.

She was the 2007 NCAA Outdoor 1500m champion and also was a 12-time NCAA All-American at the University of North Carolina. As a prep star in the state of Washington, she was named the 2004 Gatorade Track & Field athlete of the year.



Back to Basics: Brie Felnagle

September 06, 2013

After a move, a new team and a return to fundamentals, sub-4:30 Miler Brie Felnagle is a national contender again.

By Liam Boylan-Pett, Running Times

For the better part of two years, Brie Felnagle disappeared from the elite running scene, a surprise AWOL after a fantastic collegiate career....

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Americans Leslie, Felnagle Win Morton Games Mile

July 18, 2013

Mile champions set personal and meet records, 3:55.85 and 4:30.44, respectively; nine men sub-4 minutes; two national Mile records

By Noel Guiden, Morton Games

DUBLIN, Ireland - A truly fantastic athletics meet at Wednesday night's Morton Games in Santry. A night of highlights and magnificent...

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Re:RUN San Diego Meet Preview

May 03, 2013

By Scott Bush, Runnerspace

One of the most unique presentations of a track meet this year takes place this Saturday in sunny San Diego. With general 5K and 10K road races taking place, leading into a four event, middle distance track showcase, Re:RUN works to bridge the gap between general road...

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Could Mary Cain Win a National Title at Age 16?

February 21, 2013

She has the fastest Mile time of the year among entrants for March 2-3 indoor championships.

By Peter Gambaccini, Runner's World

Mary Cain has entered the 800-meter run and the Mile at the USA Indoor Track & Field Championships, to be held March 2 and 3 in Albuquerque. The 16-year-old...

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