milers


milers
'maɪlə(r) n. runner who runs a one-mile race; horse that runs a one-mile race

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • World record progression 1500 metres — The 1500 metre run became a standard racing in Europe in the late 19th century, perhaps as a metric version of the mile, a popular running distance since at least the 1850s in English speaking countries.cite book last = Nelson first = Cordner… …   Wikipedia

  • Frank Horwill — Frank J. Horwill (born 1927) is a UK Athletics senior level 4 coach most famous for founding the British Milers Club (BMC) and for formulating the Five Pace Training Theory which is widely used for coaching middle distance runners throughout the… …   Wikipedia

  • Appalachian Trail — This article is about the trail. For the conservation group, see Appalachian Trail Conservancy. For the train station, see Appalachian Trail (Metro North station). Appalachian Trail Map of Appalachian Trail Length …   Wikipedia

  • Philippine Airlines — Infobox Airline airline = Philippine Airlines image size = 300px IATA = PR ICAO = PAL callsign = PHILIPPINE founded = March 15 1941 hubs = *Mactan Cebu International Airport *Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Manila) frequent flyer = Mabuhay… …   Wikipedia

  • Steve Scott — (born May 5, 1956) is an American male athlete who is one of the greatest milers in American history. The silver medalist in the 1,500 meters at the inaugural IAAF World Outdoor Championships at Helsinki in 1983, Scott owns the U.S. indoor record …   Wikipedia

  • Mel Sheppard — Medal record Mel Sheppard Men s athletics Competitor for the  United States …   Wikipedia

  • World record progression for the mile run — Accurate times for the mile run (1.609344 km) were not recorded until after 1850, when the first precisely measured running tracks were built. Foot racing had become popular in England by the 17th century, when footmen would race and their… …   Wikipedia

  • Thru-hiking — is the process of hiking a long distance trail from end to end. The term is most commonly associated with the Appalachian Trail, but is also used for other lengthy trails and long distance hikes, including the Pacific Crest Trail, and the… …   Wikipedia

  • Leadville Trail 100 — The Leadville Trail 100 Ultramarathon (aka The Race Across The Sky or the LT100), first run in 1983, is an ultramarathon held annually on trails and dirt roads at high altitude west and south of Leadville, Colorado, through the heart of the Rocky …   Wikipedia

  • William Lang (athlete) — William Lang (born about 1838) was a professional British runner who set world records in numerous running events in the 1860s including a mile record which stood for 16 years.In the 1850s and 1860s, with the advent of accurate timing devices and …   Wikipedia


Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.