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Local race aiming to bring the Mile back into spotlight

GNC Live Well Liberty Mile attracts top U.S. field including Leo Manzano and defending champion...


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Local runner to attempt a sub-4 minute Mile at inaugural Sir Walter Miler

Sandy Roberts: “And I hope to be a part of history and a real exclusive club.”

By Clare Myers,...


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Heather Kampf 3-Peats, Sets Event Record at Ryan Shay Mile

Rob Finnerty wins men’s Mile at 7th edition; third stop on the Bring Back the Mile Grand Prix...


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Pro runners go extra Mile prior to downtown Pittsburgh event

“Liberty Mile is really the first race that takes the professionals and integrates them directly...


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Kampf, McNamara on Pittsburgh Today Live

August 01, 2014

Pittsburgh American Development Program athletes Heather Kampf and Jordan McNamara visit the studios of KDKA's Pittsburgh Today Live in lead up to the 2014 GNC Live Well Liberty Mile.

From KDKA - CBS Pittsburgh

 

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Pro runners go extra Mile prior to downtown Pittsburgh event

August 01, 2014

“Liberty Mile is really the first race that takes the professionals and integrates them directly into the community at ground level, which I think is really special.” - Jordan McNamara

By Karen Price, Tribune-Review

Jordan McNamara stood in front of dozens of Summer Dreamers Academy campers...

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Back on track: Spokane Summer Games returns

July 31, 2014

“The Mile, I think, is still magical.” - Bob Maplestone

John Blanchette, Spokesman-Review

Bob Maplestone had covered three laps and, hearing the timer call out, “3-oh-1, 3-oh-2,” thought to himself, “I’m going to do it today.”

He had run under 4 minutes for the Mile before – once in winning...

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Local race aiming to bring the Mile back into spotlight

July 31, 2014

GNC Live Well Liberty Mile attracts top U.S. field including Leo Manzano and defending champion Heather Kampf

By Alex Nieves, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Steve Prefontaine, Roger Bannister, Mary Decker. If you were to stop an adult on the streets of an American city, these names would likely...

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Return the Mile to prominence on the American sports and cultural landscape by elevating and celebrating the Mile to create a national movement.

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Bring Back the Mile as the premier event in the sport, and increase interest in and media coverage of the Mile for both those who love the distance as well as the general public.

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