February 23, 2023
"No other event has produced an equivalent of the recognized, coveted and still strongly resonating sub-4 minute Mile standard in the sport, in the media and in the public’s mind. Put simply, the Mile still matters."
By Duncan Mackay, insidethegames.biz
In 1994 I was lucky enough to be...
February 11, 2023
After outrcry, Track & Field News brings back its first U.S. sub-4 list for 2023; Fast Forest Project is honoring the fastest U.S. Milers as part of a broader sustainability initiative
By Martin Fritz Huber, Outside
Earlier this week, word got out on Twitter that Track & Field News, the...
October 02, 2022
Two-time Olympic Marathon champion Eliud Kipchoge best / lowest Mile-marathon time; five Americans: Martin Hehir, Galen Rupp, Alan Culpepper, Ken Martin & Greg Meyer members of rare club; Meyer the first member
By Bring Back the Mile
EDITOR'S NOTE: This article has been updated from the...
March 12, 2022
Something and everything about this imperial distance still brings a smile to Irish sport, particularly a sub-4
By Ian O'Riordan, The Irish Times
Depending on the length of drive up or down the mountain the low-fuel warning light on the 4-liter engine Jeep Wrangler can suddenly flicker on or...
June 04, 2021
“This race is a chance for the community to come together to provide awareness and support the YWCA and its domestic violence initiatives."
By Carol Barany, Yakima Magazine
Early in the evening of May 6, 1954, after the rain clouds cleared and blustery winds finally died down, a rainbow...
August 22, 2019
“What’s really cool about it is that you get to run on the same course at the same time as the elites. After their own race, a lot of people stick around for the last heats of the day and they get to see what a 3:51 Mile looks like in person. And they get inspired.”
By Dave Hunter
August 05, 2019
It’s the perfect distance for people just getting into the sport or don’t have time to train for a longer event.
By Gretchen McKay, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Larry O’Neill took up running somewhat reluctantly in 2014 when his daughter, Andi, challenged him to sign up for the Pittsburgh...
February 14, 2019
“Training for a Mile, you get all sides of the spectrum. You train for speed and train for endurance."
By Andrew Gates, RunWashington.com
“I love the Mile,” said DC’s Henry Wigglesworth, who considers it his favorite race distance. The 61-year-old has fallen in love with the Mile after years...
September 27, 2018
BBTM GP Tour final stop on Sunday, September 30 celebrates its 4th year of Mile races on Pennsylvania Avenue in our nation's capital
By David Monico, Bring Back the Mile
The 4th The Navy Mile, presented by USAA and final stop on the BBTM Grand Prix Tour 2018 can be broken up, much like the...
September 21, 2018
“In general, across the United States, there is growing fever of ‘bring back the Mile.’ It’s just gaining momentum.”
By Kerry Benefield, Santa Rosa Press Democrat
Carlos Perez thought he had a bright idea for a new running race in Santa Rosa. But when he pitched a 5K or 10K (to be staged on...
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