Mile News Tagged Connor Dunne

Brea Olinda’s Tamagno sets OC Mile record at Mt. SAC Relays

April 16, 2016

Sonoma Academy’s Rylee Bowen wins girls Brooks Mile in 4:47.26

By Andrew Turner,

NORWALK – Brea Olinda senior Austin Tamagno has made a regular occurrence of wowing running fans since he entered high school, but coming into the Mt. SAC Relays on Friday night, it was San...

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How Connor Dunne Cut His Mile PR From 4:36 to 4:04 in Three Years

April 14, 2016

Running this fast was a bit of surprise, but I've just been doing harder, faster, and longer workouts. Plus, I've consistently improved.

By Dennis Young, MileSplit USA

One of the breakout stars of 2016, San Clemente's Connor Dunne ran 4:04 for a Mile in March and hasn't lost all year. We...

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National Leaders Dunne, Tamagno, Herrera Headline Deep Mt. SAC Relays Brooks High School Mile

April 12, 2016

Winner qualifies for Brooks PR meet; free In-N-Out Burger card for first 1,000 sign-ups at Bring Back the Mile booth if sub-4 history is made.

From Mt. SAC Relays

The Mt. SAC Relays Brooks High School “Assault on the 4 Minute” Mile at Cerritos College in Norwalk, Calif. on Friday night, April...

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San Clemente High’s Dunne sets Mile PR, leads the nation

April 02, 2016

“Being the current national leader in the Mile, that’s a pretty big confidence booster… I had perfect conditions…”

By Andrew Turner, Orange County Register

AZUSA – Fast times are nothing new at the Azusa Meet of Champions Distance Classic.

But the person who was responsible for the fast...

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