Mile News Tagged Adidas Dream Mile


Lexy Halladay runs nation-leading time to win adidas Girls’ Dream Mile

June 05, 2017

“I am so excited and happy. That time, I knew I could get it, but I wasn’t sure if it would be this year."

By Rachel Roberts, Idaho Statesman

In an invitation-only race featuring many of the nation’s top high school Mile runners, Mountain View High freshman Lexy Halladay came away a winner.

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Deep Fields Set for High School adidas Dream Mile Races

May 31, 2017

Clinger, Hengst & Hindman and Roe, Halladay, Oakley & Schadler headline Friday, June 2 meet in Boston

BOSTON — Casey Clinger, Dalton Hengst and Austin Hindman are among the high school middle-distance stars set to compete in the adidas Boys’ Dream Mile, while Taylor Roe, ranked #1 in the U.S.,...

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Loudoun Valley’s Andrew Hunter nearly cracks 4 minute Mile

June 17, 2015

“That’s the goal of any high school runner — to go under 4 minutes.”

By Jason Butt, The Washington Post

Halfway through Saturday’s adidas Grand Prix Boys Dream Mile in New York, Loudoun Valley junior Andrew Hunter figured a four-minute pace was out of the question. The field wasn’t moving...

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Fisher, Aragon Win HS adidas Dream Mile Crowns in NYC

June 13, 2015

Records set by Aragon (4:37.91, meet and Montana state) and Ryen Frazier (4:38.59, North Carolina state)

By Jim Gerweck, Mile wire

NEW YORK – Ten days ago, teenager Grant Fisher would have been ecstatic to run a 4:01 Mile.

Then came the Nike Festival of Miles in St. Louis, where the...

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5 U.S. Leaders Highlight adidas Girls’ Dream Mile

June 13, 2015

#1 800m, 1500m, 1600m, Mile, 3200m Set for adidas Grand Prix

From adidas Grand Prix

Hannah Long, Christina Aragon, Amanda Gehrich, Ryen Frazier and Destiny Collins—who together top the U.S. lists at five different distances—lead the lineup for the adidas Girls’ Dream Mile at Saturday’s adidas...

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Sub-4 Miler Grant Fisher headlines adidas Boys’ Dream Mile

June 09, 2015

Villareal, Brannigan among top HS rivals set for adidas Grand Prix in NYC on Saturday, June 13

From adidas Grand Prix

Grant Fisher, who last week ran 3:59.38 to become just the seventh high school athlete in U.S. history to run a sub-4-minute Mile, will headline the adidas Boys’ Dream Mile at...

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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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‘Holy Grail’ moments spur Mile comeback

May 14, 2015

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

By Doug Binder, DyeStat Editor

The Mile – that so very non-metric of track events – has become the hot topic of discussion and the must-see event at big meets this spring.

With Matthew Maton’s sub-4...

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Mental Toughness Leads Kate Murphy to Big Wins

May 11, 2015

The Lake Braddock High School sophomore has her sights set on fast times in upcoming post-season races.

By Marc Bloom, Running Times

Athlete: Kate Murphy

Year: Sophomore
School: Lake Braddock High School
Location: Burke, VA
1000m PR: 2:53.78
1600m PR: 4:46.99
3000m PR: 9:32.82
2 Mile...

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adidas Dream Watch List No. 2: Boys Mile

April 17, 2015

Two athletes added to confirmed entries list including, Brea Olinda's Austin Tamagno, the current national leader in the Mile.

By Meg Bellino, FloTrack

The adidas Grand Prix hosts the best professional track & field athletes in the world at Icahn Stadium on Randall's Island in New York City...

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