• Edward Cheserek clocks history's 2nd fastest indoor mile with 3:49.44 in Boston
Kenya's Edward Cheserek became the second fastest indoor miler in history at David Hemery Valentine Invitational in Boston on Friday 9 February.
Cheserek who lives and trains in the US one week ago clocked a 3:54.73 at altitude in Albuquerque and produced his 2nd fastest performance of 3:53.85 on a flat 200m track in Winston-Salem.
On Friday in Boston the 24-year-old Cheserek clocked the 2nd fastest indoor mile in history and a new Kenyan indoor record with an impressive 3:49.44 performance.
Legendary Hicham El Guerrouj of Morocco holds the world indoor record at 3:48.45.
Cheserek - Splits
1/8 - 28.9
1/4 - 57.8
3/8 - 1:26.4
1/2 - 1:55.0
5/8 - 2:23.9
3/4 - 2:52.6
7/8 - 3:20.8
Image Source: IAAF