On a georgeous summer night, 3,000+ people fill the Saline High School track to witness less than 4 minutes of history.
Print | E-mail | Letter to the editor (via The Michigan Daily)
Twentysomething elite runners in the U.S. are famous for bemoaning the lack of track racing opportunities in the United States. But New Zealander Nick Willis, the 2008 Olympic silver medalist at 1500m (who turned 30 in April), decided to do something about it. The result was The Running Institute Mile at Saline High School, just south of Ann Arbor, Mich., on Sunday night. (via Runner's World)
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