A Minnesota native has won the last two Millrose Games women's mile races. Will 2010 be the third year in a row? Kara Goucher, the two-time defending champ in the race, is not running this year, but taking up the cause for Minnesotans everywhere will be former Minnetonka star Molly Lehman.
Let us know if you think Lehman will break her indoor P.R. on the 160 yard banked board track in Madison Square Garden:
Y/N: Will Molly Lehman run faster than 4:41.69 at the Millrose Games mile Friday night?
Molly Lehman's indoor P.R. is 4:41.69 from 2009. She capped a great career at Duke by running a school record 4:12.13 1500m to place 8th at USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. To put the school record in perspective - it is over 2 seconds faster than Shannon Rowbury ever ran at Duke.
In high school, Lehman had the misfortune of competing during the glory years of Heather Dorniden and Elizabeth Yetzer. She never won an individual state title in high school but did anchor Minnetonka's 4 x 800 squad to three consecutive state titles; the Skippers still hold the all-time state record in that event.
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