Deep Field of Sub-4 Milers Ready to Race in Pittsburgh at the 4th GNC Live Well Liberty Mile

Thirteen sub-4 minute men’s Milers and five sub-4:30 minute women’s Milers expected in Steel City...

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How Many Medals Can the U.S. Middle Distance Women Win in Beijing?

Rivalries aside, the 2015 World Championships and 2016 Rio Olympics will be a thrill for fans of...

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What are the human limits to the 1500 and Mile?

The women’s 1500m record just fell after 22 years. What’s the fastest humans can possibly run?

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Grunewald, McNamara to Defend GNC Live Well Liberty Mile Titles

4th edition in downtown Pittsburgh offers $25,000 prize purse; third stop on BBTM Grand Prix Tour...

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Mile News

GNC Live Well Liberty Mile returns to downtown Pittsburgh

July 31, 2015

"The only other place you're going to see a field of this caliber is going to be in the Olympic Trials.”

By Karen Price, Trib Live

When most people think of what can be accomplished in 4 minutes, running a Mile isn't on the list of possibilities.

On Friday, however, a dozen men capable of...

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The Range of Aaron Braun

July 31, 2015

"I like the speed and aggressive nature of the Mile... I also believe it is a race that tactics are of the utmost importance."

From Boulder Running

Fort Collins’ Aaron Braun is a runner you may not have heard much of before, but he epitomizes the working post-collegiate runners trying to make...

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Australia’s Mitchell Street Mile: The race for $35,000 cash stash

July 30, 2015

Darwin’s premier race the Mitchell Street Mile on Sunday, September 20, is now Australia’s richest middle-­distance event, with the first male and female runners taking home more than $7000.

From NT News

The 1609m race has a total prize pool of $35,000.

Athletics NT general manager John...

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Liberty Mile looks to heat up in fourth year

July 30, 2015

“America really has almost a duty to keep the Mile alive... It’s our event as Americans, and I think it’s really up to us to keep it alive and to keep it in the spotlight.” - Jordan McNamara

By Megan Ryan, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Usually when someone thinks of something “hot” and “sexy,” it...

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