Mile News


What’s Your Favorite Olympic Men’s 1500?

May 03, 2021

The fact that his winning time was the slowest since 1932 is irrelevant; it was racing entertainment at its finest.

From E. Garry Hill, Editor, Track & Field News

Time or tactics? Based on recent conversation on our Message Board, there are still those who think that Matthew Centrowitz’s 2016...

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How a pair of BYU runners joined exclusive club — on the same day

April 27, 2021

Cougars Casey Clinger, Lucas Bons record rare sub-4 minute Mile performances at altitude in Provo... and gave the crowd a show

By Doug Robinson, Deseret News

A little history was made on Saturday, when not one but two BYU athletes — sophomore Casey Clinger and freshman Lucas Bons — broke 4...

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Jenny Simpson Still Going Strong… But in Which Event?

April 23, 2021

“But the 1500 has my number and that’s what I’m trained for and excited about. I’m qualified in the 5K and the 15 for the Trials. So I’ll keep my options open and be watching how the training goes."

By Jeff Hollobaugh, Track & Field News

“It has been the longest stretch of my career, probably...

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Avila, Schneider Capture USATF 1 Mile Road Championship Crowns

April 21, 2021

First time national titlists pocket $3000 each in Des Moines; $15,000 overall awarded to the top 10

From Drake Relays

DES MOINES, Iowa — In exciting races, rising stars Eric Avila and Rachel Schneider captured the USATF 1 Mile Road Championships presented by Toyota Wednesday night on the...

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