Kenyetta Iyevbele, Sam Penzenstadler win inaugural The Navy Mile

Both champions took home $2500 in prize money for winning the BBTM Featured Event that kicked off...

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Phil Knight: I would have tried to sign Roger Bannister

“A lot of people said it was impossible. I was a junior in high school [when Bannister broke the...

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Meet Ben Blankenship

Blankenship had a heartbreaking fourth place finish at the 2015 USA Outdoor Chamionships missing...

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7 Must-Do Mile Road Races

Included in the list are BBTM Featured Events HOKA ONE ONE State Street Mile in Santa Barbara, CA...

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Mile News

What to Expect When You’re Expecting While Training for the Olympics

October 08, 2015

Sarah said that she always had pictured herself having children, but not until after retiring from competitive track & field.

By Mary Pilon, Vice Sports

In July, 28-year-old Sarah Brown was coming down the stretch of the 1500 meters Diamond League race in Monaco, and she knew something was...

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Mary Cain Will Not Return to Oregon

October 07, 2015

Teen phenom will stay in New York to train and study, but remains a member of Nike Oregon Project

By Peter Gambaccini, Runner's World

Mary Cain, the middle distance teen track star who turned pro in 2013 while still in high school, is remaining in the New York area instead of returning to...

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Fast times at inaugural Recharge Road Mile

October 07, 2015

Husband, wife Thomas and Allison Morgan race champions in Bend, OR

From Recharge

The inaugural Recharge Road Mile at Jackson’s Corner Eastside on Saturday, October 3 was a blast! Even though it turned out to be a chilly and windy fall day, that didn’t stop everyone from having fun and running...

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Sub-4 minute Q&A: Ryan Gregson

October 06, 2015

Oslo. The Dream Mile is the most prestigious race outside of the major champs to win.

From Runner's Tribe

1. Reflection on 2015; the positives and the negatives?

Positive: I made it to the end of the season healthy. Negative: I didn't make the World Champs final.

2. What lessons did you...

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