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Mile wire #08-08-16

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – The Mile wire is a regular update on the best stories, exclusive interviews and everything Mile-related.

The 3rd stop on the BBTM GP Tour 2016, the ServiceNow West Chester Mile is Thursday, August 11 with an event record $15,000 prize purse. The event welcomes some of the top Milers in the U.S. including HOKA ONE ONE's Leo Manzano and defending champion Jack Bolas of the NJ*NY Track Club on the men's side as well as Lauren Johnson fresh off a 4:25.04 personal record a couple of days ago and defending champion, Under Armour's Rachel Schneider.

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ServiceNow West Chester Mile Preview

By Bring Back the Mile
Deep Men's & Women's Mile fields welcome fans at second edition on Thursday, August 11 with record $15,000 prize purse; third stop on the BBTM GP Tour 2016; BBTM Pick-the-Winner contest presented by Running Warehouse engages fans for a chance at winning great prizes
Upcoming BBTM GP Tour Stops:

Brenda Martinez driven to be a role model

By Allan Steele, The Press Enterprise
"There’s more to life than just running. I’m starting to realize that more as I get older. Kids are looking up to me."
Professional Runners to Visit Summer Dreamers Academy

Matthew Centrowitz follows his father’s footsteps to a second Olympic team

By Adam Kilgore, The Washington Post
"I kind of embraced that kind of role as a favorite. That’s where everyone wants to be. It’s certainly harder to stay on top of the mountain than to get up there. My personality, I’ve embraced and enjoyed the spotlight."
Professional Runners to Visit Summer Dreamers Academy

Oviedo’s Jenny Simpson sees Rio Olympics as best chance at medal

By Stephen Ruiz, Orlando Sentinel
"Of all the things that I accomplished, what I am most proud of is my longevity.''

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