Friday, February 8, 2008

Bumbalough Breaks Four Minute Mile Indoors

Congratulations to Andrew Bumbalough, who clocked a 3:58.46 at the 2008 Giegengack Invitational, hosted by Yale University. Andrew's time is an automatic qualifying time for the NCAA Championship. Bumbalough's performance in the men's mile set the standard and he now ranks second on Georgetown's all-time indoor mile list. Click here for an interview with Andrew following his big race:
The last time a Hoya broke four minutes in the mile at an indoor meet was Mark Sivieri's ('95)performance in 1994. Rumor has it that Siv has continued his success off the track and is now a pediatrician in Maryland. (If anyone can confirm this, or find Siv, let us know!)

1 comment:

Jesse said...

Not only is Siv a pediatrican, he has a holistic and natural medicine practice in Maryland right outside of DC. I've been to see him, he does some really cool stuff.