Indoor Mile

On January 28th some of the best milers in the world will converge on New York City to race the Wannamaker Mile at the Millrose Games in Madison Square Garden.  2 weeks before that I’ll be running in a much less prestigious indoor 1 mile race, but to me the lack of prestige makes it no less important.  I’m hoping to repeat my outdoor performance of 4:34 last spring, and prove to myself it wasn’t just a fluke.  I know running indoors is slower, but I am fairly certain I am in much better shape now than I was last June.

This time I’ll have to race without having Mike to chase down in the last 400 meters as he will sit out to rest his achilles.  Hopefully I can talk some more RKR members into racing with me.

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  1. Good luck! So many times the time you run in a race comes down to just as much how the race plays out as what kind of fitness you have. Hopefully there will be good competition and someone to chase over the final stretch. If not, run your splits, then reach down and hammer the finish.

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