2014 Millrose Games

February 15, 2014
Manhattan, NY

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Lalang broke the NCAA indoor mile record with 3:52.88 and D’Agostino ran the fourth-fastest indoor 3000 ever by a collegian in 8:51.91.
*LRC men's recap here and women here

RunnerSpace.com:

Cain and Efraimson weren't the only high schoolers in pro races at Millrose.

LRC RRW Recap: Bernard Lagat Leads Record Day at NYRR Millrose

Full distance recap of the meet from Race Results Weekly.

LRC Women's Recap: Teens Mary Cain And Ajee Wilson Win As Does Kim Conley

Mary Cain won the mile, Ajee' Wilson the 800 and Kim Conley the 3,000.

LRC Millrose Men's Recap: Bernard Lagat Amazes Yet Again, Will Leer Stuns The Wanamaker Mile Field And A Frenchman Breaks The American Record

The men's mid-d and distance action was pretty spectacular at the 2014 Millrose Games. In the 2k, Bernard Lagat won yet another Millrose title and set a new American record in the process in a race where three other Americans also broke the old American record, Will Leer ran a lifetime PR of 3:52.89 to stun the field in the Wanamaker mile and get past Lawi Lalang, who set a new collegiate record, and one man ran faster than the American record in the 1,000 but he wasn't American - France's 21-year-old Pierre-Ambroise Bosse.

LRC Alan Webb Retires From Track And Field

Webb, the American mile record holder, talks about his career after running one last mile in the place where he first broke 4:00. "I gave it everything that I had ... in every way. Trying to do the best I could with what I was given. That's what I was always trying to do. Every move that I made, every workout that I ran, I was trying to get the best out of myself. That was the common denominator."

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