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Daniel Clark runs sub-4 minute Mile at Festival of Miles

June 08, 2013

Jackson Lumen Christi High School graduate breaks "magic" barrier in St. Louis

By Eric Hammis |

JACKSON, MI – Daniel Clark has run track for Notre Dame University and competed in the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials.

Now the Jackson Lumen Christi High School graduate can etch his name next to Roger Bannister's in the hallows of running history.

On Thursday, May 30 during the Big River Festival of Miles at St. Louis University High School in St. Louis, Mo., Clark officially cracked the 4-minute barrier in the Mile.

Clark finished in second place by just two-tenths of a second in the elite class of the Mile run, and took a quick glance at his time. He was astonished with what he saw.

He finished in 3 minutes, 59.45 seconds.

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