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What Makes Pre So Special

For them, Pre ran his workout Mile in 3:58.3 and coughed blood at the end. And then, his lungs...


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Sir Roger record watch sold for £20,000

“I’m not surprised that the watch went for so much money as there has been a great interest in...


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‘Holy Grail’ moments spur Mile comeback

“If the Dream Mile in New York has some magic in it, that event could be the tipping point.”

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Ben Blankenship: His Journey & His Breakthrough 2015 Season

"You gotta be tough. Every time you get out there it’s always hard. There are no real free rides...


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Mile News


Adam Clarke and Racheal Bamford among Westminster Mile winners

May 25, 2015

Olympian Mile won by former world Mile record-holder Steve Cram in 5:40 with Olympian Shireen Bailey following home in second.

From Athletics Weekly

Adam Clarke and Racheal Bamford were the winners of the British Mile Championships at Sunday’s Bupa Westminster Mile, while David Weir broke the...

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Laced with sporting history: The last tangible link to Bannister’s sub-4 Mile

May 23, 2015

Christie’s to auction the shoes worn by Sir Roger Bannister when he became the first man to run a sub-4 minute Mile, described as the ‘greatest athletic achievement of the 20th century’

From Christie's The Art People

The running shoes worn by Sir Roger Bannister CBE when he became the first...

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Eat Like an Elite: Ford Palmer

May 23, 2015

The 3:56-Miler packs protein into his vegan diet.

From Running Times

Ford Palmer, 24, set his Mile PR, 3:56.79, in February. The New Jersey-New York Track Club runner started a vegan diet after his college physician told him he had high blood pressure for a 20-year-old. Palmer also credits...

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Legacy Child, adidas Dream Mile favorite Christina Aragon Clocks #5 HS 1500

May 22, 2015

"She does not like to be beat...she's got a sixth gear that nobody else has."

By Johanna Gretschel, MileSplit USA

Matthew Maton from Summit, Oregon became the sixth prep in history to break four minutes in the Mile two weeks ago. Pundits nationwide expect Grand Blanc, Michigan senior Grant...

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