Chris Hollis, New Generation Manager at Adidas Group, talks about the Dream Mile and Dream 100 and answers questions about the selection process and future of the event.
When it comes to girls’ track and field, the Harvard-Westlake School (photos above by Jeff Sides) is one of those teams that can often get lost in the shuffle. The small independent college preparatory school, located in Los Angeles, has an enrollment (grades 7-12) of roughly 1,600 with slightly more than half that total comprising its high school student body.
Jantzen Oshier led most of the race until Lukas Verzbicas (IL) took over the lead in the final lap.
Another weekend of exciting track and field.........The adidas grand prix dream mile and dream 100 dash.....The Golden West Invite.......The New England Championships............NY Federation.........NJ Meet of Champions!
Lukas Verzbicas (IL) and Jantzen Oshier (CA) highlight boys Mile field, Maddie Meyers (WA) and Alli Billmeyer (CA) are in the girls Mile. Marvin Bracy (FL) is in the "Dream" 100 along with Remontay McClain (CA).
Girls Dream Mile, Story and Video!
Orman in good spirits after a disappointing finish.
Lagat to run 5000m; Lolo Jones set for hurdles; world’s top 3 in women’s 1500m
Verzbicas talks with MileSplit and Flotrack following his sub-four mile.
This country's most famous miler and five-term U.S. Congressman (1996-2006) from Kansas, will have something to say Sunday as the keynote speaker at the Greater Cincinnati Running Hall of Fame's Inaugural Induction Banquet at the original Montgomery Inn. (via Cincinnati.com)
Freeman talks about travelling to NY and the prestige of the adidas Dream 100.
Tianna was 4th overall and Chaney was 8th.
Allyson Felix talks about 2011 Worlds plans and the adidas Grand Prix meet in NY.
Edward Cheserek reviews intense workouts leading up to the Dream Mile... and compares Kenyan running to US scholastic running.
Verzbicas Press Conference after 3:59.71 Dream Mile victory.
Levonte discusses the Dream 100 experience.
Lagat talks about his training, the 1200 at Penn, and the 5000 meters at the Grand Prix.
In this past weekend's Adidas Grand Prix track and field meet in New York, Cabell Midland sophomore Jacob Burcham clocked a very impressive 4:07.66 full mile in the High School Boys' Dream Mile! Great job Jacob!!
Molly talks about the Dream mile experience.
Jim and Joe Rosa talk about their lightning-shortened 3200 from Thursday, Saturday's race and the redo of the 3200 on Monday. Whew!
McLean used a fast finish to nearly hold off Bracy's charge.
Remontay says he's excited about the chance to make his first trip to New York a fast one.
Jaylon talks about the experiences of the Grand Prix in New York.
Oshier took the early pace through 1200 meters, then hung on to finish in 4:06.51.
Octavious talks about the difficult conditions during her 100m victory.
Muss discusses his amazing 4:03, 1:49, :47 split, and what it means to be in New York for the Dream mile.
Jantzen discusses the experiences of the Grand Prix and the possibility of a very fast mile time.
Ernest discusses the race and the experience of the weekend.
Marvin talks about the experience in NY and running against the top 100m runners in the country.
Angel Piccirillo discusses her first adidas Dream Mile - the quality field - and her goal for the race.
Bracy and cousin Levonte Whitfield discuss the Dream 100 weekend.
Defending champion Lukas Verzbicas talks about the deepest high school mile field ever assembled.
Cheserek talks about the race and running a fast mile time.
Kayla talks about her recent success on the track and the opportunity to run the Dream mile.
Billmeyer discusses her 3rd place 4:43.18 effort.
Defending champion Maddie Meyers talks about the experiences of the adidas Grand Prix
Mudd talks about his incredible kick to finish 2nd with a huge PR of 4:01.83.
Twins Daniel and David talk about their seasons.
Fulton glows about her performance and her final kick to finish 2nd.
Pierce discusses the dream mile experience and her plans for the race tomorrow.
Cami discusses her victory and nearly making the decision not to attend the meet.
Gedyon rocketed down the stretch to finish third in a huge PR of 4:02.08.
Meyers was in the race late but didn't have her typical surge at the end, finishing in 4:45.46.
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