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In November 30, 1895, Andrew Walsh, an American who was born in Ireland, sets indoor Mile world record, clocking 4:26.0 in Brooklyn, NY. His mark is the only indoor Mile WR recorded in November and lasted more than 10 years! #wow

News

11.21.20

Myers earns Throwback Athlete of the Week honors

Versatile 19th century legendary runner held national records in...


11.15.20

A rerun of Brenda Martinez’s spectacular track career

UC Riverside star was the first American woman to win 800 meter...


11.24.20

How to Run a Mile as Fast as Possible

Three key workouts for speed & endurance to produce your best Mile

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12.2.20

New Jersey-New York Track Club in flux as HOKA’s 4-year sponsorship ends

Longtime legendary coach Frank Gagliano remains at the helm, while...



Featured Athletes

Johnny Gregorek

DOB: 12/07/91 Mile PR:
3:49.98 (indoors) - 2019
Metric Mile PR:
3:35.00 - 2017

Kyle Merber

DOB: 11/19/90 Mile PR:
3:52.22 (indoors) - 2017
Metric Mile PR:
3:34.54 - 2015

Dani Jones

DOB: 08/21/96 Mile PR:
4:23.33 - 2020
Metric Mile PR:
4:05.03 - 2020

Francie Larrieu Smith

DOB: 11/23/52 Mile PR:
4:27.52 - 1979
Metric Mile PR:
4:05.09 - 1976


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Camel City Elite Mile

Sat, February 6, 2021
Winston-Salem, NC

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Sun, March 7, 2021 (TBD)
Newport Beach, CA

Manzano Mile

Sun, April 25, 2021
Austin, TX

Downtown Yakima Mile

Sat, June 12, 2021
Yakima, WA

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