4:04 full miler Connor Dunne took second
Check out all the photos from the Dew Mile Winter Classic. Warning: Extremely funny/shows vomit. Lots of vomit.
The biggest storylines from this past weekend of indoor track and field
Devon "The King" Reed defends his Dew Mile Title and lowers his World Record to 6:14! However, it didn't come easy as he was challenged by Connor Dunne and Kylen Fleishman.
Devon Reed Sets World Record, Announces Retirement from Dew Miles. Check out his interview as well as all the Interviews from the Dew Mile Winter Classic.
California's top runners chug Mountain Dew, run a lap, repeat x four.
Devon "The King" Reed showed why he is the best Dew Miler in the WORLD today with his new World Record of 6:14.
After a stellar Cross Country season and qualifying for Footlocker Nationals, Claire Graves captures the Dew Mile Women's Title with her 7:08.
Defending champion Devon Reed set a new world record of 6:14 after a tight battle with 4:04 miler Connor Dunne and Kylen Fleishman!More from the 2015 2nd Annual Dew Mile Winter Classic:ResultsRace VideosHighlight VideoInterview VideosPhoto Galleries
Kylen Fleishman of the University of Oregon Running Club made a run at The King, falls short, but still gets on the podium for third. His Dad knew he had it in him from the start.
Joe Follero easily won the chugging, but the running wasn't really there today.
Meet Directors give us the history of how the Dew Mile was born.
California state Mile champion Amanda Gehrich talks about this past cross country season and why she committed to Utah.
Watch Austin Tamagno drop a blistering 400 split to lead his 4x400 relay to second place.
After five hours of driving, we are here at La Paz Intermediate School for the 2015 Dew Mile Winter Classic.
Everyone knows about the Tamagno and Rocha match-up, but the entire Elite Field at the Dew Mile is STACKED!
Joe Follero, the fastest Dew chugger on the planet, does some speed work to prepare for the Second Annual Dew Mile.
Defending Dew Mile Champ and current World Record Holder Devon "The King" Reed is confident coming into the Dew Mile this year. Meanwhile Jack Howard tries his hardest to lead the race at Footlocker West and only does so for 100 meters. A for effort at least.
Michael Conant did the Dew a little too hard before his race at Footlocker West. Still confident he will be ready to go at the Dew Mile though.
After his race at Footlocker West, Robbie Santoyo has his eyes on the Dew Mile Title and the World Record, aiming for a sub-6 Dew Mile!! Can we see him make history?
After qualifying for Footlocker Nationals, Dylan Scarsone still has the Dew Mile on his mind. He believes that with Phillip Rocha in the race, the pace will be blistering!!
After finishing second at Footlocker West, Rocha says he had lactate dew coming off poop out which resulted in his second place finish.
After finishing 2nd at Footlocker Nationals, Rocha is ready to Dew it big at the Dew Mile.