40-year-old sets record with sub-four minute Mile at Vanderbilt
By Alex Cate, The Tennessean
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Vanderbilt was the site of a world record-setting running performance Saturday.
Anthony Whiteman of Great Britain became the first man at least 40 years old to run a sub-four-minute Mile outdoors.
Whiteman, 40, completed his Mile with a time of 3 minutes, 58.79 seconds at the Music City Distance Carnival held at Vanderbilt.
The only other man of that age to run a sub-four-minute Mile was Eamonn Coghlan of Ireland in 1994. Coghlan holds the indoor world record with a time of 3:58.13, which he completed in Cambridge at the age of 41.
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