Mile News Tagged Adidas Dream Mile

adidas Dream Watch List No. 2: Boys Mile

April 17, 2015

Two athletes added to confirmed entries list including, Brea Olinda's Austin Tamagno, the current national leader in the Mile.

By Meg Bellino, FloTrack

The adidas Grand Prix hosts the best professional track & field athletes in the world at Icahn Stadium on Randall's Island in New York City...

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adidas Dream Watch List: Girls Mile

March 26, 2015

Talented field of 14 Milers could challenge meet record of 4:39.17 by Wesley Frazier (2013).

By Meg Bellino, FloTrack

The adidas Grand Prix hosts the best professional track & field athletes in the world at Icahn Stadium on Randall's Island in New York City on Saturday, June 13 as part of the...

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Feeny wins another national Mile crown

June 23, 2014

“The whole season I was hoping that I could break 4:40..."

By Ryan Comer, Standard Examiner

RENTON, Wash. – Another national Mile competition, another victory for Sarah Feeny.

One week after winning the adidas Dream Mile in New York, the former Ogden High track star earned a second straight...

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Evans breaks 38-year-old Iowa boys Mile record

June 17, 2014

Linn-Mar clocks runs 4:04.38 at adidas Dream Mile in NYC

By Jeff Linder, The Gazette

MARION — Josh Evans set an all-time Iowa best in the Mile run Saturday, clocking in at 4:04.38 in the adidas Dream Mile in New York City.

Evans finished fourth in the national event.

The old record was...

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Field Set in Girls’ Dream Mile for adidas Grand Prix

June 12, 2014

Stephanie Jenks of Iowa top qualifier; teen phenom Alexa Efraimson to contest women's Open 1500 meters

NEW YORK - Stephanie Jenks (Aurora, IA), #3 on the U.S. prep list this season in the Mile and #5 in the 1500 meters, leads the field for the adidas Girls' Dream Mile at the 10th adidas Grand...

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O’Toole Leads adidas Grand Prix Boys’ Dream Mile

June 11, 2014

Line-up features prep athletes ranked #1 in U.S. at five distances

By Distance Preps

NEW YORK — Ricky Faure, Sukhi Khosla, Blake Haney and Garrett O’Toole, whose 4:01.89 Mile last week leads the nation, will headline the Boys’ Dream Mile at the adidas Grand Prix on Saturday, June 14,...

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Cranny, Efraimson Clash Set for adidas Grand Prix

May 09, 2014

#1 and #2 in U.S. at 1500m to meet in Dream Mile on June 14

NEW YORK -  Elise Cranny and Alexa Efraimson will go head to head at the adidas Grand Prix on June 14 in the biggest matchup the adidas Girls’ Dream Mile has seen since it began in 2010, organizers have announced.

Tickets for the...

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Alexa Efraimson: The Next Big Thing

April 10, 2014

"The Mile is the ultimate race because it is a combination of strength, endurance, power and speed."

By Brandon Miles, MileSplit

As part of our coverage of the adidas Golden Stripes Tour, Alexa Efraimson was visited for a video feature in the early stages of her junior season of outdoor track...

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High School Miler Bernie Montoya to Race in Greensboro

June 03, 2013

By David Reynolds, News & Record

GREENSBORO, N.C. — The top high school Miler in the United States is coming to Greensboro next weekend.

Fresh off clocking a 4:01.71 Mile at the Prefontaine Classic in Eugene, Ore., senior Bernie Montoya of Yuma, Ariz., will compete at the New Balance...

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Saarel Runs a Dream Race in New York

May 29, 2013

High school athlete of the week

By Marc Bloom, Running Times

Athlete: Ben Saarel
Year: Senior
School: Park City High School
Location: Park City, UT
Mile PR: 4:02.72
3200m PR: 8:45.74         

Ben Saarel (right, PhotoRun), a senior at Park City High in Utah and last Saturday’s Dream...

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