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Published: Wednesday, February 29, 2012, 11:15 a.m.

Amy-Eloise Neale second in Brooks PR mile

There is no offseason for Amy-Eloise Neale.

The Glacier Peak runner recently finished second in the women's mile at the Brooks PR Invitational at Dempsey Indoor Center on the campus of the University of Washington. Neale took finished less than a second behind Hannah Meier, who is from Grosse Pointe South High School in Michigan.

Here's a look at a video from the competition:

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Here's a video of Neale's interview after the race:

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Here's a look at the final results

GIRLS 1 MILE RUN

Finals
1. Meier, Hannah, Jr. 4:43.28
2. Neale, Amy-Eloise, Jr. 4:44.03
3. Meier, Haley, Jr. 4:48.10
4. Carlos, Carmen, Jr. 4:48.28
5. Hiltz, Nikki, Jr. 4:50.55
6. Sturges, Allison, Sr. 4:53.87
7. Bates, Heather, Jr. 4:54.18
8. George, Samantha, Sr. 4:54.31
9. Williams, Lily, Sr. 4:54.95
10. Meyers, Maddie, Sr. 4:56.49
11. Lawson, Kelly, Jr. 5:03.61

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