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Atchoo runs record mile at MPSF championship

Original post made on Feb 24, 2013

Stanford junior Michael Atchoo ran the mile in 3:57.14 to break school and meet records at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation indoor track and field championships Saturday. Atchoo's time was the fastest by any Stanford runner in 27 years, indoors or outdoors. Olympian Jeff Atkinson's outdoor 3:55.16 in 1986 is the only faster mile in school history.


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Posted by ed gee
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on Feb 24, 2013 at 9:53 am

Why would a notable academic institution like Stanford count a performance as a school record when it is run on an oversized track that is otherwise illegal for record considerations?


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