Mile News


Hobbs Kessler, 17, climbs 5.14+ and clocks sub-4 minute Mile

March 16, 2021

"The transition from climbing to running for me was really weird... I think it has been really key for me to learn to let go of my climbing performance."

By Bruce Hildenbrand, Climbing

When Hobbs Kessler set the U.S. High School indoor record for the Mile in Fayetteville, Arkansas in...

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Cathedral’s Cole Hocker wins historic double, leads Oregon to NCAA indoor track title

March 13, 2021

Sophomore sets meet record in the Mile: “I definitely feel like I’m in the best shape of my life."

By David Woods, Indianapolis Star

Cole Hocker did everything he could have done except set a world record. If he had gone for it, you never know.

“I definitely feel like I’m in the best shape...

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TFN Interview: Matthew Centrowitz

March 11, 2021

"Be ready for a fast race. Be ready for guys to be obviously fast, that can close really well but obviously be strong enough to run a National Record or a season best or PR by the third round."

By Sieg Lindstrom, Track & Field News

While the young collegiate bucks have torn it up indoors this...

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On the Hunt

March 09, 2021

It’s all my favorite ingredients: a race that holds meaning, and a race rich with fierce competition.

By Nick Willis for Tracksmith

“Nicholas, you’re a hunter!” My coach likes to tell me whenever I go to the front of a race too early. It usually ends in disaster, because he’s right, I’m not a...

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