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Wednesday, July 26, 2017
Mile wire #09-07-17: GNC Live Well Liberty Mile edition
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – The Mile wire is a regular update on the best stories, exclusive interviews and everything Mile-related.
From P3R Sixth edition attracts nine sub-4 minute men’s Milers and eight sub-4:30 minute women’s Milers for Friday evening, July 28 downtown event; $30,000 prize purse presented by GNC Live Well; 3rd stop on Bring Back the Mile Grand Prix Tour 2017
By Bring Back the Mile We exchanged emails with rising U.S. Mile star Lauren Johnson ahead of Friday evening's GNC Live Well Liberty Mile showdown in Pittsburgh. Lauren, 30, who is currently living in her hometown of Huntington, Indiana, but is essentially "homeless" this track season before moving to Boston after her season ends to join her new team the B.A.A. Elite group coached by Terrence Mahon.
8th Grand Blue Mile: USA Road Championships, Des Moines, IA, Tuesday, April 25, $25,000 plus $2500 course record bonus
By Kelyn Soong, The Washington Post “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.”