Mile News Tagged Simeon Birnbaum

Birnbaum Leads Record HS Sub-4s at HOKA Festival of Miles

June 02, 2023

Matsatsa, Heidesch join HS Sub-4 Club; prep Tatum David runs swift 4:37.79 to finish 6th in women's Open race

By David Woods for DyeStat

ST. LOUIS – The first night of June resembled one of those intimate summer meets in Europe in which the whole town turns out. Maybe this wasn’t the Diamond...

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The Reframed Mindset around the Sub-4 Mile for High School Boys

March 09, 2023

“I think the 4:00 barrier is still something special to accomplish. It’s been such a benchmark in the world of distance running for such a long time, and even if more people are breaking it now, I still think it’s special — maybe not to outsiders looking in, but to the individual, it’s such an...

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Pair of HS sub-4 Milers lead the field in Junior international Mile at New Balance Indoor Grand Prix

February 01, 2023

Multiple international medalists make for two of the deepest Mile races in high school history; NBC live broadcast from 4:00pm to 6:00pm EST


BOSTON – For the first-time in U.S. high school history, two sub-4 minute Milers will race head-to-head in a high school-only indoor Mile at...

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Say Hello to Your Newest Sub-4 Guy: Simeon Birnbaum

June 15, 2022

Last seated South Dakotan blasts 56 second last lap to become the 17th U.S. prep, 5th this year & third junior sub-4 minutes in the Mile and 12th since BBTM 2012 launch

By Cory Mull,

Simeon Birnbaum sent big shockwaves through the high school track & field world on Wednesday...

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