Mile News Tagged Drew Hunter

Taking a Road Less Traveled for Drew Hunter

August 26, 2020

"I had setbacks, but my love for the sport of running hasn’t changed. It’s in a new light now and I don’t take it for granted."

By Jeff Hollobaugh, Track & Field News

It was just over 4 years ago that Drew Huntera high school superstar with three sub-4:00s to his credit—shocked the running...

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Drew Hunter Returning to The Armory, Site of His High School Sub-4 Record

November 14, 2019

Now a professional, Hunter to give insights of his great feats to high school student-athletes at The Armory Indoor Track & Field Camp

From The Armory Foundation

NEW YORK, N.Y. – Drew Hunter’s return to The Armory on Saturday, November 16 will be especially gratifying for two reasons.


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Stacked field also expected at Pre Classic International Mile

May 21, 2018

High schooler and future Oregon Duck Brodey Hasty eyes first sub-4 minute Mile against young talented competition

EUGENE, Ore. – The Prefontaine Classic’s International Mile – born in 2010 after the meet became inundated by interest in its famous Bowerman Mile – is a world class race featuring...

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Global medalist & defending champion Nicole Sifuentes headlines B.A.A. Invitational Mile field

April 10, 2018

10th edition also features Middle School 1K and Scholastic Mile races; $14,500 Open prize purse goes 5-deep

From B.A.A.

BOSTON – The Boston Athletic Association (B.A.A.) has announced a field of world class competitors for the B.A.A. Invitational Mile, to be held on Saturday morning, April...

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First-year pro runner Drew Hunter joins rare company

July 22, 2017

“I knew 3:36 was fast and obviously really good for my age. …It shows I’m off to a good start…and it’s a good club to be in for sure. It’s exciting to know I’m on the right path.

By Kelyn Soong, The Washington Post

This was hardly the life Drew Hunter envisioned for himself when he was...

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Deep Fields Set for High School adidas Dream Mile Races

May 31, 2017

Clinger, Hengst & Hindman and Roe, Halladay, Oakley & Schadler headline Friday, June 2 meet in Boston

BOSTON — Casey Clinger, Dalton Hengst and Austin Hindman are among the high school middle-distance stars set to compete in the adidas Boys’ Dream Mile, while Taylor Roe, ranked #1 in the U.S.,...

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Drew Hunter to Make Pro Indoor Debut at New Balance Games

January 17, 2017

Rising star and high school indoor Mile record holder to run storied distance again at The Armory in New York City

NEW YORK – Drew Hunter will make his professional indoor debut at the New Balance Games on Saturday, January 21 at The Armory’s New Balance Track & Field Center.

The New Balance...

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The Best Mile Moments of 2016

December 28, 2016

Two more U.S. high school boys go sub-4, Drew Hunter and Michael Slagowski; two historic Olympic 1500 medals won in Rio by Matthew Centrowitz (gold) and Jenny Simpson (bronze); $480,000-plus record prize money awarded; third BBTM Grand Prix Tour sets records and more highlight banner year

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Eat Like an Elite: Drew Hunter and 10 Others in His Immediate Family

November 18, 2016

“He’s fairly capable already, but the practice will be good for him. Hopefully he will leave home able to prepare a variety of healthy meals for himself.” - Joan Hunter

By Sarah Lorge Butler, Runner's World

Joan Hunter has a lot of mouths to feed—11 of them at times. That tally includes her...

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Generation Next: Influential and Inspiring Runners Under 30

September 16, 2016

“It might be one of the hardest decisions I’ll have to make. I mean, the University of Oregon is the best program in the country. Turning that down is not easy.”


Drew Hunter, 18, Purceville, VA

For four years in an illustrious high school career, Drew Hunter was used to...

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