Don't believe it has been done. The mile is not an Olympic distance.
This question is moot because the mile is not an Olympic event. The closest in distance is the 1500m.
a good athlete keeps there mile around 6 minutes....U of W hockey team runs two in twelve
The mile run is not an event in the Olympic Games, the 1500 meter run is contested.
There is no 1.5 mile run in the Olympics.
12+ minute mile- low fitness 11 minute mile- below average fitness 10 minute mile-average fitness 9 minute mile- decent fitness 8 minute mile- commendable fitness 7 minute mile- exceptional fitness 6 minute mile- "Athlete Level" fitness 5 minute mile- "Super Athlete Level" Fitness <4 minute mile: WOW
The mile is not contested in the Olympics.
He ran the mile throughout his whole career as an athlete but he got gold at the 1976 Olympics
32 in a 50metere (Olympic pool)
An Olympic pool is 50 metres long so half a mile = 16.1 laps approx.
The mile run is not an Olympic event. The 1500 meter run is the event in the Olympics that is closest to the mile run.
It is 26 miles.
The mile run has never been an Olympic event. The closest event to a mile is the 1500 meter run (1500 meters is .93 miles). As of the 2008 Games, the men's Olympic record is 3:32.07 held by Noah Ngeny of Kenya at the 2000 Games in Sydney. The women's Olympic record is 3:53.96 held by Paula Ivan of Romania at the 1988 Games in Seoul.
4:35 in 1998 by kylie Rain
they cycle for atleast 8 to 10 miles
Some Olympic Quarter Mile gold medal winners include John Baxter Taylor and Glenn Davis. You can learn more about these athletes online at the Wikipedia website.
John Walker is a New Zealand athlete that was the first human being to run the mile in under 3:50 breaking the world record by over 1.5 seconds!
David Ortiz ran it in 3 minutes and 45 seconds.
About one eighth of a mile.
16 laps or 32 lengths if you were in a 50 meter Olympic size pool.
A sprint triathlon is 800 meter swim, 12.4 mile bike, and 3.1 mile run...an olympic distance is double that.