Daniel Herrera

Birthday: 11/29/92 Mile PR: 3:56.13 - 2017
Metric Mile (1500m) PR: 3:39.45 - 2018
High School: El Rancho HS
Hometown: Pico Rivera, CA
College: Cerritos College / UCLA
Current Residence: New Orleans, LA

Daniel Herrera won The Navy Mile 2019, clocking 4 minutes, 5 seconds, his first BBTM Grand Prix Tour victory, and secured and defended the Tour title. In 2018, he was runner-up at two Tour events: Medtronic TC 1 Mile and Minnesota Mile.

He is known to race often, 20-30 times a year.

While attending Cerritos College, in 2011, Herrera won the 5000m and 10,000m state titles; he later transferred to UCLA.

FUN FACT: He has U.S.-Mexico dual citizenship and holds the Mexican Mile record of 3:56.13.

News

Bring Back the Mile announces Tour 2019 Best Moments winners

October 16, 2019

Four Mile maniacs also win Tour presenting sponsor Running Warehouse $50 gift cards and BBTM swag

Bring Back the Mile, the campaign to elevate & celebrate the iconic distance, has announced the BBTM Grand Prix Tour 2019 two "Best Moments" winners per gender. Click on the athlete name below for...

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Herrera Defends, Kampf Recaptures BBTM Grand Prix Tour Titles

October 06, 2019

6th edition presented by Running Warehouse featured 5 stops awarding more than $110,000 plus a $10,000 GP purse

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – At the BBTM Grand Prix Tour 2019 finale, The Navy Mile, on a cloudy Sunday morning in Washington, DC, Daniel Herrera, 26, from New Orleans, LA, won the men’s...

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Herrera, Lipari Win The Navy Mile

October 06, 2019

At the 5th edition, women’s champion shatters course record; BBTM Grand Prix Tour 2019 presented by Running Warehouse finale also crowns Herrera, Kampf Tour champions

Summary by Bring Back the Mile

WASHINGTON, DC - At the BBTM Grand Prix Tour 2019 finale, The Navy Mile, on a cloudy Sunday...

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Meet the Miler: Daniel Herrera

April 22, 2019

SoCal native and 2018 BBTM GP Tour champion: "You find out that the chip on the shoulder type mentality can only take you so far."

By David Monico, Bring Back the Mile

Daniel Herrera, 26, is a rising star in the Mile ranks. In 2018, Herrera, with consistent racing, won the men's BBTM Grand...

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Herrera Wins, Lipari Defends Bring Back the Mile Grand Prix Tour

September 30, 2018

Grand prix tour with 6 stops awarded more than $125,000 plus $10,000 #Tour2018 GP purse; Eric Avila & Shannon Osika earn Tour Performance-of-the-Year bonus; fifth edition also featured Running Warehouse’s “Pick-the-Winner” online contest at every stop

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – (September 30,...

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