The Mile, the IAAF and Our Opportunity

A time of Thanksgiving and ahead more wishes fulfilled for the storied distance

By David...

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HOKA ONE ONE Title Sponsor of USATF Middle Distance Classic

Shoe company and Bring Back the Mile sponsor takes major role in May meet at Occidental College.

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A Mile and Change

Running at the edge of your ability in a marathon feels like you will run out of gas; in the...

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Running legend Dave Wottle was really a Miler

1972 Olympic 800m champion with numerous national Mile titles and world class times was one of...

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Mile News

8 Things You May Not Know About Louis Zamperini

December 18, 2014

High school Mile record holder and NCAA Mile champion considered candidate to run first sub-4 minute Mile

By Evan Andrews, History,com

On December 25, Universal Pictures’ new film “Unbroken” is set to debut nationwide. Based upon the bestselling book by Laura Hillenbrand, the film recounts...

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The 10 Best Mile Moments of 2014

December 17, 2014

HOKA ONE ONE presents the historic milestones, Mile events and U.S. Milers that headlined the year

By Ryan Lamppa, Bring Back the Mile

Wow, what a year for the Mile as the storied distance had another noteworthy year of milestone anniversaries, exciting races, fast performances, records, new...

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My First Mile

December 15, 2014

I won – and my younger brother Ty came in pretty soon after. Most significantly for me – I still remember my time: 6:25.

By Michael Conner

On the eve of the first running event I had ever organized, I was doing a lot of thinking, contemplating just how I got there. Many years and experiences...

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Perfecting Running Scenes Vital for ‘Unbroken’ Actor

December 15, 2014

A Q&A with actor Jack O'Connell, who had to master Louie Zamperini's flair for running on the big screen.

By Christine Fennessy, Runner's World

Jack O'Connell, 24, is the British actor who plays Louie Zamperini in Unbroken. The film, directed by Angelina Jolie, will be released on Christmas...

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