Mile News Tagged Miles Batty


Minnesota Mile Elite Field Announced

September 03, 2014

The 8th edition, with a $20,100 prize purse, is the finale of the inaugural Bring Back the Mile Grand Prix Tour 2014; final GP positions and prize money will be decided in Duluth

From Minnesota Mile

DULUTH, Minn. - A premier class of one-Mile runners is assembled for Sunday’s Minnesota Mile...

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Kampf Defends, Chaffee Surprises at GNC Live Well Liberty Mile

August 09, 2013

Olympian Lewy Boulet, local Berra win USA Masters titles; event record 1,200-plus participants at second edition; 11th stop on the inaugural BBTM Tour 2013

By David Monico, The Mile wire

PITTSBURGH – (August 9, 2013) – A near perfect Friday evening in downtown Pittsburgh for the 2nd GNC Live...

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A Mile to Remember

August 06, 2013

The view from the pack at the Running Institute Mile in Saline, Michigan; 3,000-plus witness the magic of the Mile

By Liam Boylan-Pett, RunningTimes.com

Twenty-something elite runners in the U.S. are famous for bemoaning the lack of track racing opportunities in the United States. But New...

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Deep Field of Sub-4:00 Milers Ready for GNC Live Well Liberty Mile

July 25, 2013

Top contender Jordan McNamara to face formidable men’s field in Pittsburgh; $31,000-plus prize purse with $4000 for race champion; 11th stop on the inaugural Bring Back the Mile Tour

PITTSBURGH – A prize purse of more than $31,000 has attracted some of the country’s top Milers to Pittsburgh on...

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Nick Willis Wins Mile at Drake Relays

April 28, 2013

By ONE Sport

New Zealand's Olympic 1500 metres silver medallist Nick Willis (right, PhotoRun) has won the Mile race at the renowned Drake Relays meeting in Des Moines, Iowa today.

He won in a time of 3 minutes 55.70 seconds, over 3 seconds clear of second placed American Miles Batty, who...

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Queen St Mile: Aussie Wins Elite Sprint

April 02, 2013

New Zealand Olympian Lucy van Dalen finishes third behind training partners in women's race.

By Dana Johannsen, The New Zealand Herald

AUCKLAND, New Zealand - Australian middle distance runner Ryan Gregson was fixed on racing the Queen St Golden Mile ever since the idea of bringing back the...

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Target on His Back, O’Hare Ready for NCAA Title Defense

March 08, 2013

By David Monti, Race Results Weekly

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.-- Sitting in the lobby of his hotel about 20 miles north of here in Bentonville, Chris O'Hare is the picture of composure. Sitting in an overstuffed chair wearing loose-fitting shorts, a "Tulsa" T-shirt, and Nike trainers (untied), he rises...

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Bayer Proves He Belongs

June 10, 2012

By Brian Hendrickson, NCAA.com

DES MOINES, Iowa – Nobody expected this four years ago. Not Andy Bayer’s father, Robert. Not even Andy himself.

Throughout high school he was regarded as a solid, though not spectacular distance runner. He didn’t receive any Division I scholarship offers. Robert...

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BYU runner to attempt Mile record at upcoming meet

April 24, 2012

By Taylor Wilson, The Deseret News

PROVO, Utah – Senior Miles Batty will attempt to become just the second runner in history to complete a sub-four minute Mile in the state of Utah on Saturday at 1:45 p.m. MT at the annual BYU Robison Invitational.

Batty will attempt to join Olympian Doug...

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The Born Miler: Exclusive Interview with Miles Batty

March 02, 2012

The collegiate record-holder is aiming for another NCAA title — and more.
By Duncan Larkin, Competitor Magazine

With one lap to go at this year’s Wanamaker Mile at the 105th edition of the Millrose Games, BYU’s Miles Batty stood a chance at winning the race outright. As the bell sounded for...

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