Rachel Schneider

Birthday: 07/18/91 Mile PR: 4:25.62 (indoors) - 2017
Metric Mile (1500m) PR: 4:06.90 - 2015
High School: St. Thomas Aquinas High School
Hometown: Sanford, NH
College: Georgetown University '14
Current Residence: Flagstaff, AZ

Rachel Schneider won the 2017 Camel City Elite Mile, clocking 4:28.03 indoors to set a then personal record that she broke the following week at the BU David Hemery Valentine Invitational indoor meet, running 4:25.62. In September, Rachel won the inaugural The Wasatch Mile in 4:40 at altitude in Salt Lake City.

On February 28, 2016, Schneider joined the Sub-4:30 Club at the BU Last Chance Meet in Boston, recording a 4:28.50. In August 2015, she won the inaugural Boxcar Mile in 4:31.04, a stadium record, and also in 2015, the Georgetown grad placed third at the USA Indoor National Championships in the Mile with a then personal record of 4:30.62 and fifth at the USA Outdoor Championships 1500 meters. In November 2015, Rachel won the Kansas Road Mile in 4:52.

While at Georgetown she was an five-time All-American including three finals in the 1500 meters. Rachel also competed for Team USA, in the 1500 meters at the 2010 IAAF World Junior Championships in Moncton, Canada.

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News

Schneider, Brannen Win Camel City Mile Titles

February 04, 2017

5th Camel City Elite indoor meet yields fast times and awards more than $40,000 in prize money and bonuses

From JDL Fast Track

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – The 5th Camel City Elite at the JDL Fast Track indoor facility on Saturday afternoon saw some outstanding performances led by 2016 Olympic 5000...

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The Navy Mile Draws Top Field for BBTM Grand Prix Tour 2016 Finale

September 29, 2016

Sam Penzenstadler to defend men’s title in nation’s capital; $15,000 Open prize purse; six athletes also vying for Tour grand prix prize money; Heather Kampf eyes Tour three-peat; Running Warehouse "Pick-the-Winner" contest

By Bring Back the Mile

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Navy Mile on...

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Stellar fields led by Olympic silver medalist Leo Manzano for ServiceNow West Chester Mile

August 09, 2016

Bolas & Schneider to defend race titles; the second edition and third stop on the BBTM Grand Prix Tour 2016 also offers $15,000 in Open prize money

Runners of all ability levels will converge on Henderson High School Thursday night, August 11 for the ServiceNow West Chester Mile, a celebration...

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Top field expected for the ServiceNow West Chester Mile

July 18, 2016

Bolas, Schneider to defend titles; third stop on Bring Back the Mile Grand Prix Tour 2016 features $15,000 prize purse

From ServiceNow West Chester Mile

As someone who gets to see all of the work & effort put in by everyone at our store to get our events together, there’s been something about...

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Sanford native Rachel Schneider takes aim at the Olympics

March 09, 2016

"I obviously really respect my opponents but … now know I can compete with them.”

By Steve Craig, Portland Press Herald

Sanford native Rachel Schneider’s career is on the rise and she has sights on an Olympic berth in the 1500 meters.

In a year, Rachel Schneider took her professional...

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The Milers: Rachel Schneider

August 20, 2015

Rising star, a NACAC gold medalist, Georgetown alumna and inaugural Boxcar Mile champion, enters Michigan Mile in Flint, MI as an event favorite

By Bring Back the Mile

2015 has been quite the year for Hoya, Rachel Schneider, kicking off the season with a bronze medal at the USA Indoor...

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Rachel Schneider not ready to quit racing

June 30, 2014

The eight-time All-American at Georgetown has her sights set on the 2016 Olympic Trials.

By Steve Craig, The Portland Press

Rachel Schneider says the end of her All-American collegiate career is “just the beginning” of her life as a competitive runner.

Competing for Georgetown University,...

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