Alan Webb (born January 13, 1983, in Ann Arbor, Michigan) is an American former track and field athlete and current triathlete. He holds the American national record in the mile, with a time of 3:46.91 (min:sec). Webb represented the United States at the 2004 Summer Olympics in the men's 1500-meters race. He competed professionally for Nike until the end of 2013. He retired after the 2014 Millrose Games to focus on training for the triathlon.
Nike Run Club Zoom Elite. My wife Julia is a coach for the growing Nike Run Club in Portland. I had the pleasure of being a guest speaker prior to the “Fastest Mile Event” this past August 2015. I was given a pair of the newest Nike Zoom Elite that has the Flyknit Upper but after wearing them for the evening I realized they were a bit too big for me. They would be great for someone 10.5-11 men’s.
Altitude Generator and Tent. I used this altitude generator and tent sporadically for altitude training from 2010 to 2013. They are both in good working order and are looking for the next athlete trying to take on altitude training.
Oslo bib number. This bib number is from the first time I broke 3:50 in the mile at the Bislett Games Dream in 2005. I ran 3:48.92 accomplishing a lifetime goal of sub-3:50 mile. I would not run faster until July 2007 when I set the American record.
Orange Nike Kit Shirt 2009. This is one of the Nike warm up shirts that wore from the 2009 kit. It’s a rare tiger orange that matches the jerseys that many international Nike athletes wore in 2009.
Nikon D100. I bought this camera when I was on a photography kick and used it most notably in the summer of 2004 when I went on my first European track trips. When I failed to advance passed the rounds at the Athens Olympics I got some cool shots from when I toured the acropolis with my family during the time when I would have been competing.
Blueseventy Tri Suit. I used this trisuit during my series of triathlons courtesy of my relationship with my childhood friend who works for Blueseventy. The photo is of me at the Magog Continental Cup in 2014 where I was 2nd to Canadian Olympian Kyle Jones.