High-SchoolTrack-and-XC: 2012 adidas Grand Prix Dream Mile

WY 800John Nepolitan/ESPNHSStar rivals Ajee Wilson (right, winning) and Amy Weissenbach (falling, fourth) last met in the 2011 WYC 800 final. Now they'll race again in the Diamond League 800 at Saturday's adidas GP.


The boys and girls Dream Mile and 100 meter races won’t be the only highlights for prep fans at the adidas Grand Prix at Icahn Stadium on Randall’s Island this coming Saturday.

The women’s Diamond League 800 will also feature two high schoolers. That Neptune (Neptune, N.J.) senior Ajee’ Wilson is contesting the event is no surprise; she’s been racing collegiate and elite athletes at almost every opportunity since the indoor season. But the fact that Harvard-Westlake senior Amy Weissenbach is entered is eye-opening. Not only will it be Weissenbach’s first race at this level, but it will also be the first time the pair of 2:02 performers have met since the World Youth Championships final last July.

Wilson won the World Youth title in that race in Lille, France with a 2011 US#2 2:02.64, good for #6 all-time, while Weissenbach wound up fourth after a dive at the line. Wilson also defeated Weissenbach at the World Youth Trials a few weeks earlier. For the season, Weissenbach had the fastest time, with her 2:02.04 from her state meet being a national federation record and #3 all-time.

That the two U.S. preps have the opportunity to compete in a Diamond League race is an incredible opportunity. The field-runner field also includes American pros Maggie Vessey, Jenny Simpson, Molly Beckwith and Erica Moore, as well as Ethiopian Fantu Magiso and two British runners. Magiso has the top entry mark at 1:57.56, followed by Vessey at 1:57.84. But in the Millrose race, Wilson beat Vessey and was less than half a second behind Magiso.

Interestingly, neither comes into this race having matched their 2011 bests, though, and neither is atop the U.S. list. That honor belongs to Bronxville (Bronxville, N.Y.) soph Mary Cain, who has clocked 2:03.34. Wilson has run 2:05 three times outdoors with a best of US#2 2:05.19, while Weissenbach has done so twice with a best of US#3 2:05.55. Indoors, however, Wilson did produce a 2:04.13 at the Millrose Games, which elevated her to #2 all-time undercover.

It will be fascinating to see whether the competition can help either or both preps elevate their game, possibly to the level of Kim Gallagher’s 1982 2:00.07 USR, and whether Weissenbach will finally have Wilson’s number or if the Jersey star will prevail again. The two stars could meet again a week later at the USATF Juniors in Bloomington.
Press Release

NEW YORK CITY (June 5, 2012)—Maddie Meyers, a senior from Seattle, Wash., and the 2010 adidas Dream Mile Champion, will return to Icahn Stadium to compete in the event for the third consecutive year at the adidas Grand Prix, organizers have announced.

Meyers, ranked #4 in the U.S. at 3000 meters, rounds out the field for the Girls’ Dream Mile, while the addition of Ahmed Bile to the Boys’ Dream Mile and sprinters Tremayne Acy and Trae Armstrong to the Boys’ Dream 100 complete those fields.

In its eighth year as one of the premier track-and-field events in the world, the adidas Grand Prix, at Icahn Stadium on Randall’s Island, will feature athletes from 42 countries and 72 Olympic or World Championships medalists, 40 of whom are Olympic gold medalists and/or World Champions. Tickets are available at adidasgrandprix.com or by calling 1-877-849-8722.

The Dream fields include athletes currently ranked #1 on the U.S. high school list in 11 events. Headlining the Boys’ Dream 100 are the athletes with the five top legal times in the country this year, while the Girls’ Dream 100 features athletes who own eight of the top 10 times for 2012. In the Boys’ Dream Mile, athletes represent the five fastest Mile times in the country; in the Girls’ Dream Mile, the athletes bring seven of the fastest eight 1600-meter marks.

Bile, a senior from Annandale, Va., is a seven-time Virginia 3A State Champion, ranked #10 in the U.S. at 1600 meters (4:08.29). He is the son of Abdi Bile, the 1987 World Champion at 1500 meters. Acy, a junior from DeSoto, Texas, has the #6 wind-aided time in the nation this year for 100 meters (10.26) as well as the #9 legal mark (10.41), and is a member of the 2012 Texas 5A State Champion 4x100-meter relay team. Armstrong, a senior from Glendale, Ariz., is #3 U.S. at 200 meters (20.74) and is an eight-time individual Division 1 State Champion at 100, 200 and 400 meters.

Fields for the Dream Mile and Dream 100 consist of invited top athletes and winners of three qualifying meets in the adidas Golden Stripes series, provided those athletes meet the qualifying times. The first meet, the adidas Meet of Champions, was held on March 24, followed by the Kansas Relays in Lawrence, Kan., April 19-21 and the Golden South Classic in Orlando, Fla., on May 26. In addition to the opportunity to compete in a world-class international track event, athletes in the Dream Mile and Dream 100 will also have the chance to receive coaching from mile legend Jim Ryun.

All of the latest news, photos and additional information on the adidas Grand Prix can be found at adidasgrandprix.com, the event’s pages on Facebook at facebook.com/adidasGrandPrix and on Twitter at twitter.com/adidasGrandPrix. When tweeting, use #agpny. For even more coverage on the Dream Mile and Dream 100, visit adidasgoldenstripes.com.

With the addition of the four new athletes, the fields for Saturday’s Dream races are complete. The full fields are:

BOYS’ DREAM 100
Tremayne Acy:
DeSoto, Texas; #9 U.S. 100m (10.41), 100m PB 10.26
Trae Armstrong: Glendale, Ariz.; 8-time Div. 1 State Champion 100m, 200m, 400m
Raymond Bozmans: Fort Collins, Colo.; #4 U.S. 100m (10.27), 2012 State Champion 100m, 200m, 400m
Marvin Bracy: Orlando, Fla.; #3 U.S. 100m (10.25), #1 U.S. under all conditions 100m (10.06)
Abraham Hall: South Grand Prairie, Texas; co-#1 U.S. 100m (10.19), #2 U.S. 200m (20.58)
Tyreek Hill: Douglas, Ga.; co-#1 U.S. 100m (10.19), #1 U.S. 200m (20.14, #2 all-time)
Jazeel Murphy: St. Catherine, Jamaica; 2-time U20 CARIFTA Champion 100m
Khalfani Muhammad: Sherman Oaks, Calif.; 2012 Mt SAC Champion 100m, 200m
Levonte Whitfield: Orlando, Fla.; #5 U.S. 100m (10.35); co-#1 U.S. 60m indoors

GIRLS’ DREAM 100
Morolake Akinosun:
Naperville, Ill.; #2 U.S. 100m (11.41), AAU Junior Olympics Champion 100m, 200m
Aaliyah Brown: Frankfort, Ill.; #4 U.S. 100m (11.48), 2-time State Champion
Kali Davis-White: Lauderdale Lakes, Fla.; #6 U.S. 100m (11.56); state runner-up 100m, 200m
Destinee Gause: Reynoldsburg, Ohio; 2012 National Indoor Champion 200m
Tristie Johnson: Jacksonville, Fla.; #1 U.S. 100m all conditions (11.28)
Jennifer Madu: Plano, Texas; 2011 IAAF Youth Champion 100m
Shayla Sanders: Lauderdale Lakes, Fla.; #1 U.S. 100m (11.33) and 200m (23.25), State Champion 100m, 200m
Tianna Valentine: St. Louis, Mo: State Champion 100m; Kansas Relays Champion
Ariana Washington: Long Beach, Calif.; #3 U.S. 100m (11.45), #2 U.S. 200m (23.52)

BOYS’ DREAM MILE
Ahmed Bile:
Annandale, Va.; 7-time Virginia 3A State Champion; #10 U.S. 1600m (4:08.29)
Jacob Burcham: Ona, W.V.; #4 U.S. in Mile; 7th, 2011 World Youth Championships 1500m
Edward Cheserek: Newark, N.J.; 2011 U.S. HS XC Champion; HS National Record 5000m indoors
Marcus Dickson: Buckley, Wash.; #3 U.S. 1600m, #2 U.S. in Mile; State Champion 800m,1600m
Craig Engels: Pfafftown, N.C.; #4 U.S. 1500m, #3 in Mile; 2012 Penn Relays Mile Champion
Blake Haney: Bakersfield, Calif.; #7 U.S. 3200m, adidas Meet of Champions winner
Brannon Kidder: Lancaster, Ohio; 4-time State Champion, #7 U.S. 1600m
Josh Lampron: Mansfield, Mass.; #1 U.S. 1500m (3:45.74), #5 U.S. in Mile
Ben Malone: Hillsdale, N.J.; #2 U.S. 1500m; National Indoor Champion 800m
Bernie Montoya: Yuma, Ariz.; #1 U.S. 3000m; 7-time State Champion
Craig Nowak: Cypress, Texas; #3 U.S. 3000m, #4 U.S. 1600m; State Champion 1600m, 3200m
Brad Nye: Kaysville, Utah; #1 U.S. in Mile; 2012 U.S. Indoor Mile Champion
Izaic Yorks: Lakewood, Wash.; #1 U.S. 1600.; State Champion 800m, 1600m
Futsum Zeinassellasie: Indianapolis, Ind.; #1 U.S. 3200m; #2 3000m; National XC Runner of Year

GIRLS’ DREAM MILE
Allie Cash:
Shawnee Mission, Kan.; Kansas Relays Champion 800m, 1600m; #5 U.S. 1600
Cami Chapus: Los Angeles, Calif.; 5th, 2011 World Youth Champs; #3 U.S. 1500m, 1600m
Alexa Efraimson: Camus, Wash.; #4 U.S. 1600m; is a freshman
Erin Finn: West Bloomfield, Mich.; U.S. HS Record-holder 5000m indoors
Wesley Frazier: Raleigh, N.C.; 2011 National HS Champion in Mile 5000m
Nikki Hiltz: Aptos, Calif.; 4th, 2011 U.S. Junior Nationals 1500m
Maddie Meyers: Seattle, Wash.; #4 U.S. 3000m, 2010 Dream Mile Champion
Amy-Eloise Neale: Snohomish, Wash.; 6-time State Champion
Alexis Panisse: Bayside, N.Y.; U.S. top 5 in 800m, 1600m and 2K Steeplechase
Angel Piccirillo: Homer Center, Pa.; #1 in U.S. 1600m; #2 in Mile; 7-time State Champion
Haley Pierce: Wilmington, Del.; # 2 in U.S. 1600m; 15-time State Champion
Paige Rice: Portland, Ore.; #5 U.S. 1500m; Cross Country State Champion
Lily Williams: Tallahassee, Fla.; #3 in U.S. Mile; 800m, 1600m, 3200m State Champion
Press Release

NEW YORK CITY (May 30, 2012)—Tyreek Hill, who last weekend set the track world on fire with a scorching double of 10.19 at 100 meters and 20.14 for 200 meters at the Golden South Classic, will compete in the adidas Dream 100 at the adidas Grand Prix on June 9, organizers have announced.

Both times lead the nation this year, and Hill’s 200-meter clocking catapults him to #2 on the all-time U.S. high school list, just 1/100th of a second off the national prep record of 20.13 set by Roy Martin in 1985.

Also joining the Dream 100 field is Abraham Hall, a senior from South Grand Prairie, Texas, who shares the #1 spot at 100 meters with Hill and is #2 at 200 meters. Hall is the 2012 Texas 5A State Champion at 100 and 200 meters, and is headed to the United States Military Academy at West Point.

Hill, a senior from Douglas, Ga., who was virtually unknown outside of his home state until his Golden South breakthrough, is the 2012 Georgia 5A State Champion in 100 meters, 200 meters and the long jump. The addition of Hill and Hall to the field gives the Boys’ Dream 100 the five fastest 100-meter sprinters in the nation this year.

The Dream 100 and Dream Mile are again destined to be among the most hotly contested events at the adidas Grand Prix on June 9. In its eighth year as one of the premier track-and-field events in the world, the adidas Grand Prix, at Icahn Stadium on Randall’s Island, will feature dozens of Olympic medalists and World Champions, including Yohan Blake, the reigning 100-meter World Champion, and David Rudisha, the 800-meter World Record-holder. The event will again be the sixth stop on the international Samsung Diamond League circuit and is part of the Visa Championships Series. Tickets are now available at adidasgrandprix.com or by calling 1-877-849-8722.

Added to the Girls’ Dream Mile is Alexis Panisse, a senior from Bayside, N.Y. Panisse ranks among the top five in the U.S. at 800 meters (#4), 1600 meters (#5) and 2K Steeplechase (#5) and was fifth in the 2012 national indoor mile championships. She will attend the University of Tennessee.

Also joining the girls’ field for the Dream Mile are Lily Williams, a senior from Tallahassee, Fla., and Alli Cash, a junior from Shawnee Mission, Kan. Williams is the 2012 Florida State 3A Champion at 800, 1600 and 3200 meters, and ranks #3 in the U.S. in the mile thanks to her 4:46 Golden South Classic victory last weekend; Cash is the Kansas Relays Champion at 800 meters and 1600 meters who ranks #5 in the U.S. at 1600 meters.

Izaic Yorks, a senior from Lakewood, Wash., ranked #1 at 1600 meters (4:04.00), has been added to the Boys’ Dream Mile. The 2012 Washington 3A State Champion at 800 meters and 1600 meters, he will attend the University of Portland.

With four top sprinters joining the field for the Girls’ Dream 100—Jennifer Madu of Plano, Texas; Morolake Akinosun of Naperville, Ill.; Ariana Washington of Long Beach, Calif.; and Tristie Johnson of Jacksonville, Fla.—the event now features athletes with the eight fastest 100-meter times in the nation this season.

Madu, a senior headed to Texas A&M University, is the 2011 IAAF World Youth Champion at 100 meters and the 2012 Texas 5A State Champion at 100 meters, 200 meters, long jump and triple jump—titles all earned within eight hours. Ranked #5 in the U.S. at 100m and #2 in the triple jump, she is also the 2012 indoor national champion at 60 meters.

Akinosun, a senior, ranks #2 in the U.S. at 100 meters (11.41) and is the 2012 IHSA 3A State Champion at 100 meters. She is also the 2011 AAU Junior Olympic Games Champion at both 100 and 200 meters, and will attend the University of Illinois. Washington, a sophomore, is ranked #3 in the U.S. at 100 meters (11.45) and #2 at 200 meters (23.52), and is the 2011 USA Intermediate Girls’ Youth Champion at 200 meters and runner-up at 100 meters. Johnson, a senior who will attend Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Fla., has the #1 all-conditions time in the U.S. for 100 meters (11.28) and is the 2012 Florida 3A State Champion at 100 meters and 200 meters. She won the 100 meters last weekend at the Golden South Classic.

Fields for the Dream Mile and Dream 100 are being drawn from the winners of three qualifying meets in the adidas Golden Stripes series, as well as from at-large bids. The first meet, the adidas Meet of Champions, was held on March 24, followed by the Kansas Relays in Lawrence, Kan., April 19-21 and the Golden South Classic in Orlando, Fla., on May 26. In addition to the opportunity to compete in a world-class international track event, athletes in the Dream Mile and Dream 100 will also have the chance to receive coaching from mile legend Jim Ryun.

All of the latest news, photos and additional information on the adidas Grand Prix can be found at adidasgrandprix.com, the event’s pages on Facebook at facebook.com/adidasGrandPrix and on Twitter at twitter.com/adidasGrandPrix. When tweeting, use #agpny. For even more coverage on the Dream Mile and Dream 100, visit adidasgoldenstripes.com.

MEDIA CONTACT:
Sara Hunninghake, Global Athletics & Marketing


Press Release

NEW YORK CITY (May 16, 2012)—Josh Lampron and Ben Malone, who own the two fastest 1500-meter times in the nation so far this season, are among 16 top high school athletes added to the fields for the adidas Dream 100 and adidas Dream Mile at the adidas Grand Prix on June 9, organizers have announced.

Also headlining the roster are Ajee Wilson, the 2011 World Youth Champion at 800 meters, and freshman sensation Alexa Efraimson, the first freshman ever invited to a Dream event.

The Dream 100 and Dream Mile are again destined to be among the most hotly contested events at the adidas Grand Prix on June 9. In its eighth year as one of the premier track-and-field events in the world, the adidas Grand Prix, at Icahn Stadium on Randall’s Island, will feature dozens of Olympic medalists and World Champions, including Yohan Blake, the reigning 100-meter World Champion, and David Rudisha, the 800-meter World Record-holder, who will be making his U.S. debut. The event will again be the sixth stop on the international Samsung Diamond League circuit and is part of the Visa Championships Series. Tickets are now available at adidasgrandprix.com or by calling 1-877-849-8722.

Lampron, a senior from Mansfield, Mass., last weekend ran 3:45.74 for 1500 meters at a meet in Boston, among the top-20 high school times in U.S. history and the fastest in the nation since 2009. The 2011 national champion in the mile, Lampron is a three-time state champion and will attend Villanova University in the fall.

Malone, a junior from Hillsdale, N.J., is the 2012 National Indoor Champion at 800 meters and holds U.S. high school indoor records for a junior at 800 meters (1:49.94) and 1000 meters (2:23.56). On Monday, he ran the #2 time in the U.S. at 1500 meters, 3:49.84.

A senior from Neptune, N.J., Wilson is one of the top high school athletes in New Jersey history. Currently ranked #2 in the nation at 800 meters, she finished the 2012 indoor season ranked #1 at both 600 and 800 meters. A qualifier for the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials, Wilson will attend Florida State University.

Efraimson, of Camas, Wash., has run 4:23.41 for 1500 meters already this season to rank #4 on the U.S. list, and her time of 2:08.92 for 800 meters is #7. She finished 14th at cross country nationals last fall.

Also accepting invitations to the Boys’ Dream Mile are Jacob Burcham, a junior from Ona, W. Va.; who finished seventh at 1500 meters in the 2011 World Youth Championships in 3:46.55, the fastest time by a U.S. prep last year; Brannon Kidder, a senior from Lancaster, Ohio, a four-time state track champion ranked #4 in the U.S. at 1600 meters who is headed to Penn State University; Craig Nowak, a senior from Cypress, Tex., who is a five-time 5A state champion, ranks #2 at 1600 meters and #3 at 3200 meters, and will attend Oklahoma State University; and Craig Engels, a senior from Pfafftown, N.C., ranked in the top 10 at the mile (#3), 1500 meters (#4), and 3200 meters (#10). Engels was the 2012 Penn Relays Mile Champion in front of Burcham, the runner-up, and Malone, who placed third. He will attend North Carolina State University.

Joining Wilson and Efraimson in the Girls’ Dream Mile will be Haley Pierce, a senior from Wilmington, Del., the 15-time State Champion ranked #3 at 3200 meters and #4 at 1600 meters who will attend Georgetown University; Angel Piccirillo, a senior from Homer Center, Penn., who is a two-time state Gatorade Cross-Country Athlete of the Year, a seven-time State Champion, ranks #2 in the mile and will attend Villanova University; Amy-Eloise Neale, a junior from Snohomish, Wash., six-time Washington 3A State Champion ranked #4 in the mile and #6 at 1500 meters; and Paige Rice, a sophomore from St. Mary’s Academy in Portland, Ore., the 6A Oregon Cross Country State Champion ranked #4 in the U.S. at 1500 meters.

Burcham, Wilson, Pierce, Piccirillo and Neale are all making return Dream Mile appearances.

Joining the field of the adidas Boys’ Dream 100 are Raymond Bozmans of Fort Collins, Colo., a senior ranked #3 in the U.S. at 100 meters and #5 at 200 meters who is the 2012 Arcadia Invite Champion and will attend Texas Christian University on a football scholarship; and Khalfani Muhammad of Sherman Oaks, Calif., a junior who is the 2012 Mt. SAC champion at both 100 and 200 meters and 2011 state runner-up in both distances.

Added to the adidas Girls’ Dream 100 are Kali Davis-White of Lauderdale Lake, Fla., a junior ranked #4 in the U.S. and 2012 Florida State 4A runner-up at both 100 and 200 meters to the previously announced Shayla Sanders; and Destinee Gause of Reynoldsburg, Ohio, a senior who is the 2012 National Indoor Champion at 200 meters and is ranked #5 at 100 meters. The 2011 Ohio State Champion at 100 and 200 meters, she will attend the University of Florida.

Fields for the Dream Mile and Dream 100 are being drawn from the winners of three qualifying meets in the adidas Golden Stripes series, as well as from at-large bids. The first meet, the adidas Meet of Champions, was held on March 24, followed by the Kansas Relays in Lawrence, Kan., April 19-21. Next up is the Golden South Classic in Orlando, Fla., on May 26. In addition to the opportunity to compete in a world-class international track event, athletes in the Dream Mile and Dream 100 will also have the chance to receive coaching from mile legend Jim Ryun.

All of the latest news, photos and additional information on the event can be found at adidasgrandprix.com, the event’s pages on Facebook at facebook.com/adidasGrandPrix and on Twitter at twitter.com/adidasGrandPrix. When tweeting, use #agpny. For even more coverage on the Dream Mile and Dream 100, visit adidasgoldenstripes.com.

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Bracy Chapus CheserekJohn Nepolitan/ESPNHSDefending champs Marvin Bracy (boys 100) and Cami Chapus (girls mile), plus Ed Cheserek are the first invitees to adidas Grand Prix Dream Mile and 100.


PRESS RELEASE

NEW YORK CITY (March 27, 2012) – Two-sport sprint star Marvin Bracy and milers Cami Chapus and Edward Cheserek, a trio of the top high-school athletes in the country, will be out to make history at the adidas Grand Prix on June 9, organizers and adidas have announced.

Bracy (Orlando, Fla.), one of the most exciting young American sprinters in years, will be chasing the U.S. high school record at 100 meters (10.01) in the Dream 100, seeking to become the first high-school athlete to go under 10 seconds, while Chapus (Los Angeles, Calif.) will be trying to break the national record of 4:35.1 in the Girls’ Dream Mile and Edward Cheserek (Newark, N.J.) will be vying to break four minutes in the Boys’ Dream Mile. If he succeeds, he will be just the sixth U.S. high-school runner in history to do so but the second in the last 12 months in the Dream Mile at this very meet, after Lukas Verzbicas ran 3:59.71 here last year.

In its eighth year as one of the premier track-and-field events in the world, the adidas Grand Prix, at Icahn Stadium on Randall’s Island, featuring dozens of Olympic medalists and World Champions, will again be the sixth stop on the international Samsung Diamond League circuit and is part of the Visa Championships Series. Tickets are now available by calling 1-877-849-8722.

Blake Haney (Bakersfield, Calif.) and Carrie Verdon (Moraga, Calif.), winners of the Boys’ and Girls’ Dream Miles at the adidas Meet of Champions at Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, Calif., last weekend, have also been invited to compete at the adidas Grand Prix provisional on posting qualifying times by June 4.

Bracy, the 2011 Pan Am Junior Games gold medalist, ran 6.08 seconds for 55 meters this winter to break the national high-school record, and his wind-aided 100-meter time of 10.05 is the second-fastest all-time under any conditions. A two-time Florida state champion at both 100 and 200 meters and a football All-American, the Boone High School senior is the defending Dream 100 champion. He has committed to Florida State University in both football and track.

Chapus, fifth in the 2011 World Youth Championships 1500 meters, is the reigning California state champion at 1600 meters, a two-time state cross-country champion, and anchored her Harvard-Westlake High School distance-medley relay squad to the national high-school record. The defending Dream Mile champion, the senior will attend Stanford University next fall.

A junior at St. Benedict’s Prep in nearby Newark, Cheserek is sure to be a crowd favorite in New York. They’ve already had a lot of practice cheering for him: Cheserek ran 4:03.29 in the 2011 Dream Mile to set a national sophomore record and 13:57 for 5000 meters at the 2012 Millrose Games to set the national high-school mark in that distance. He is also the 2011 Foot Locker Cross Country champion and #2 on the all-time indoor 2 Mile list (4:02.21).

Fields for the Dream Mile and Dream 100 will be drawn from the winners of three qualifying meets in the adidas Golden Stripes series, as well as from at-large bids. The first meet, the adidas Meet of Champions, was held on March 24. Next up is the Kansas Relays in Lawrence, Kan., April 19-21, followed by the Golden South Classic in Orlando, Fla., on May 26. In addition to the opportunity to compete in a world-class international track event, athletes in the Dream Mile and Dream 100 will also have the chance to receive coaching from legendary athletes.

All of the latest news, photos and additional information on the adidas Grand Prix can be found at adidasgrandprix.com, the event’s pages on Facebook at facebook.com/adidasGrandPrix and on Twitter at twitter.com/adidasGrandPrix. When tweeting, use #agpny.

For even more coverage on the Dream Mile and Dream 100, visit adidasgoldenstripes.com.

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Media Contact:
Sara Hunninghake, Global Athletics & Marketing
media@globalathletics.com / 917.972.3656

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