Mile News Tagged Cruz Culpepper

The Best Mile Moments of 2021

December 30, 2021

Nick Willis’ record 19th consecutive year sub-4, Hobbs Kessler – 12th U.S. high schooler sub-4 – sets prep indoor Mile record, two more father-son sub-4 combo club members and NCAA Indoor champion Cole Hocker leads youth charge highlight another pandemic year

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The Best Mile Moments of 2020

December 22, 2020

Longstanding women’s U.S. indoor Mile record shattered; 11th U.S. high schooler sub-4; two outdoor Masters age group world records; COVID-19 causes cancelled events, limited racing year

By Ryan Lamppa, Bring Back the Mile

The main storyline of 2020 was obviously the COVID-19 pandemic and its...

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Cruz Culpepper’s high school sub-4 dream delayed

April 14, 2020

"I’m disappointed that it’s probably not going to happen outdoors, but I ran super-well indoors and a lot of people didn’t get the chance to do that, so I’m not super-bummed.”

By Jeff Hollobaugh, Track & Field News

HE CAME OH-SO-CLOSE to breaking the coveted 4:00 mark this indoor season, but...

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Niwot’s Cruz Culpepper, fresh off near sub-4 minute Mile, on fast pace to greatness

March 07, 2020

"I haven’t laid my season out exactly yet, but I think it will come. I think I have the potential to run a good amount under it.”

By John Meyer, Denver Post

BOULDER — Cruz Culpepper shocked his parents when he ran the Mile in 4 minutes, 13 seconds as a 15-year-old to win a prestigious...

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Sophomore Cruz Culpepper shines in the Mile

April 15, 2018

“If you look at it, it’s all there. We haven’t seen it all, and it’s going to be exciting to watch the 4A Mile at state.”

By Jocelyn Rowley, Left Hand Valley Courier

Niwot sophomore Cruz Culpepper has finally hit his stride.

After head-turning performances in two recent high profile track...

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