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Illini’s Davis is chasing lofty goals for this season, and beyond

January 28, 2019

"It's definitely an honor to be one of those [sub-4] people. I'm really happy to have gotten to the level that I thought might not be possible for me.”

By Matt Daniels, The News-Gazette

CHAMPAIGN — A year ago, Jon Davis had never run a Mile in less than 4 minutes.

Now, the Illinois junior...

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Orndorf becomes first Pilot to run a sub-4 Mile

January 27, 2019

“Watching Logan break four was incredible. I was with a group of teammates in Portland watching on the TV, and once he finished we were waiting for his official time, and once we saw it was sub-4 we all went crazy."

By Ana Clyde, The Beacon

Over winter break, track & field redshirt senior...

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Colleen Quigley to Defend Women’s NYRR Wanamaker Mile Title

January 24, 2019

Two-time world indoor champion Yomif Kejelcha of Ethiopia also joins stacked men’s Wanamaker Mile field; live broadcast Saturday, February 9 on NBC


NEW YORK — U.S. Olympian Colleen Quigley will return to The Armory’s New Balance Track & Field Center on Saturday, February 9 to defend...

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Dan Maton continues family talent tradition

January 23, 2019

Make no doubt about it: a sub-4 minute Mile is the paramount objective this track season for Maton

By Logan Stanley, MileSplit Correspondent

Each time Camas High School senior Daniel Maton steps out on the oval, lofty expectations follow.

But when you come from a family with a storied past...

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