Mile News Tagged Adidas Grand Prix

Loudoun Valley’s Andrew Hunter nearly cracks 4 minute Mile

June 17, 2015

“That’s the goal of any high school runner — to go under 4 minutes.”

By Jason Butt, The Washington Post

Halfway through Saturday’s adidas Grand Prix Boys Dream Mile in New York, Loudoun Valley junior Andrew Hunter figured a four-minute pace was out of the question. The field wasn’t moving...

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5 U.S. Leaders Highlight adidas Girls’ Dream Mile

June 13, 2015

#1 800m, 1500m, 1600m, Mile, 3200m Set for adidas Grand Prix

From adidas Grand Prix

Hannah Long, Christina Aragon, Amanda Gehrich, Ryen Frazier and Destiny Collins—who together top the U.S. lists at five different distances—lead the lineup for the adidas Girls’ Dream Mile at Saturday’s adidas...

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Sub-4 Miler Grant Fisher headlines adidas Boys’ Dream Mile

June 09, 2015

Villareal, Brannigan among top HS rivals set for adidas Grand Prix in NYC on Saturday, June 13

From adidas Grand Prix

Grant Fisher, who last week ran 3:59.38 to become just the seventh high school athlete in U.S. history to run a sub-4-minute Mile, will headline the adidas Boys’ Dream Mile at...

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Mental Toughness Leads Kate Murphy to Big Wins

May 11, 2015

The Lake Braddock High School sophomore has her sights set on fast times in upcoming post-season races.

By Marc Bloom, Running Times

Athlete: Kate Murphy

Year: Sophomore
School: Lake Braddock High School
Location: Burke, VA
1000m PR: 2:53.78
1600m PR: 4:46.99
3000m PR: 9:32.82
2 Mile...

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Meet Jonah Gorevic: Mile World Record Holder

August 16, 2014

Before races, I always eat my dad’s special buckwheat pancakes with chocolate chips.

By Yasmine Diarra, Youth Runner (July-Aug 2014)

On Saturday, June 14, 2014, Jonah Gorevic did what most do on race day…after his cereal and buckwheat pancakes, he threw his spikes in his backpack and left for...

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High School Star Alexa Efraimson Considering Early Pro Career

June 16, 2014

The rising senior had a breakout performance at the New York Diamond League meet this weekend.

By Marc Bloom, Running Times

Moments after running a sensational 4:07.05 in the women’s professional 1500m field on Saturday at the adidas Grand Prix in New York, Alexa Efraimson, who is finishing...

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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.

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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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Dreamin’ Up the Dream Mile Scenarios

May 22, 2013

By Christopher Chavez, Flotrack

One of the greatest high school boys races could be run on Saturday at the 2013 adidas Grand Prix in New York City with 14 runners looking to make history as the next members of the Sub-4 Mile club. Mitch Kastoff and Chris Chavez have given thought to some of the...

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