26 Feb '16, 3am

Four Minutes To Fame - Maton, Fisher and Hunter

Four magical minutes still a fast track to fame Maton, Fisher, Hunter all join exclusive club in span of 10 months By Parker West for DyeStat In the span of 10 months, the number of all-time sub-four high school milers has blossomed from five to eight as Matthew Maton , Grant Fisher and Andrew Hunter have dipped under the magical standard. But is 4 minutes becoming the new 4:05? Not so fast. Author Jeff Hollobaugh , who wrote the book How to Race the Mile last year, does not expect to see new sub-four high school milers on a regular basis. It's still a a very hard thing to do. (Note: How To Race The Mile: Learning Effective Tactics from Great Runners and Races was honored by the Track and Field Writers of America with its Book Award last week). “I honestly don’t think the floodgates will open,” Hollobaugh said, “They (Maton, Fisher, and Hunter) each popped up independently...

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