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The men's 1500 at the Bryan Clay Invitational is going to be special!

Here is the line-up for the Friday night race slated to go off around 10:25pm ET

1500 PB Athlete Team
3:34.82* Edward Cheserek Oregon
3:35.59 Ryan Hill Nike Bowerman TC
3:37.53 Dan Huling Nike Bowerman TC
3:37.66 Craig Engels Ole Miss
3:38.43 Sam Prakel Oregon
3:38.62 Matthew Maton Oregon
3:38.85* Blake Haney Oregon
3:39.34* Joshua Thompson Oklahoma State
3:39.62** Cole Rockhold Colorado State
3:40.18 Mo Ahmed Nike Bowerman TC
3:40.36 Christopher Sandoval Zacatecas
3:40.41** Josh Kerr New Mexico
*Converted from mile pb
**Converted from mile pb at altitude

This field is FULL of talent, here is the lineup without names instead just listing one notable credential each:

- The mile collegiate record holder
- A world indoor silver medalist
- A four-time Team USA member
- A two-time 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials finalist
- A two-time NCAA All-American
- The 6th American to run sub-4 mile in high school
- A three-time NCAA All-American
- 6th in the 2017 NCAA indoor mile
- 6th in the 2017 NCAA indoor 3k
- An Olympian
- 2016 Mexican National 1500m runner-up
- The 2017 NCAA mile champion

Rewatch the 2017 NCAA indoor mile to get hyped for this weekend!



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