Mile News


Nikki Hiltz ready to build upon 2019 breakout year

May 07, 2020

“I’m definitely now very driven to just kind of do it all over again, make the Olympic team and then make the final of the Olympics."

By Sieg Lindstrom, Track & Field News

What a difference a year can make. That’s true by the truckload when 2019 and ’20 are the benchmarks and Miler Nikki...

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Sinclaire Johnson plays The Waiting Game

May 04, 2020

“And it will be really exciting obviously to train with Shelby [Houlihan] since she’s the American record holder right now in the 1500. Getting the chance to train alongside one of the best I think will only make me better. I’m really excited about the future.”

By Sieg Lindstrom, Track & Field...

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Chairman Coghlan of the Boards

May 02, 2020

"I was able to go out on my terms by running the first sub-4 minute Mile at the age of 41. That was a big, big deal back in 1994."

By James McMahon, RTÉ Sport Journalist

From Drimnagh in Dublin to becoming a revered name in America for his exploits as an indoor runner, Eamonn Coghlan...

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Jim Ryun selected Greatest U.S. Distance Runner by LetsRun voters

April 29, 2020

Mile legend scored a convincing victory in the tournament final, garnering 62.1% of the vote to Deena Kastor’s 37.9%; selection pool of 66 U.S. athletes

From LetsRun.com

He has broken world records.

He has won an Olympic medal.

He has appeared on seven Sports Illustrated covers, a record...

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