Jeff See

Birthday: 06/06/86 Mile PR: 3:52.9 (road) - 2011
Metric Mile (1500m) PR: 3:35.21 - 2012
High School: Middletown HS
Hometown: Middletown, OH
College: University of Ohio '10
Current Residence: Spartanburg, SC

Team: Furman Elite

Jeff See was the 2011 USA Indoor champion in the Mile and the 6-time All-American at Ohio State won three Big Ten indoor and two outdoor Mile titles.

See won the inaugural Michie Tavern Downtown Mile in 2013, clocking 4:08.

FUN FACT: Married to Australian Heidi See (née Gregson), who has a Mile PR of 4:33.30 (indoors).



Furman Elite Adds Four Athletes

November 25, 2013

10 member training group includes Mile aces Jeff See, Cory Leslie and Jack Bolas
From Furman Elite

GREENVILLE, S.C. – After a summer of travel, adventure and racing, the Furman Elite 10 member roster is back in Greenville and gearing up for a jam-packed 2014 season. With six returners and four...

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See, Gregson Win Michie Tavern Downtown Mile

July 24, 2013

Inaugural event delayed by lightning in Charlottesville, VA

By Fritz Metzinger, The Daily Progress

As a gaggle of spectators gathered around the finish line of the inaugural Michie Tavern Downtown Mile on Wednesday evening, one question permeated the group with the clock still showing less...

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Elite Runners Ready for Saturday’s Blue Shoes Mile

April 12, 2013

Women finally get a Blue Shoes Mile of their own

By Mike Foley, Greenville Online

Alan Webb won’t be here in Greenville on Saturday afternoon. But the American Mile record holder’s meet and state record will be up for grabs at the Furman University track.

There, at 4:55pm, more than a dozen...

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