Patrick Casey

Birthday: 05/23/90 Mile PR: 3:52.62 - 2014
Metric Mile (1500m) PR: 3:35.32 - 2014
High School: Laurel HS
Hometown: Laurel, MT
College: Oklahoma University / Montana State '12
Current Residence: Eugene, OR

Team: OTC Elite

Patrick Casey, the 2014 USA 1500m national runner-up, set a 3:53.71 Mile then personal record at the 2014 NIKE Prefontaine Classic. This huge PR came on the heels of an incredible May where Casey helped set an American record in the 4x1500m (14:40.80) at the inaugural IAAF World Relays and also set a 1500m PR with a blistering 3:35.95 at the Oxy High Performance Meet.

FUN FACT: On February 4, 2011, Patrick ran the fastest Mile on Montana soil, clocking a 3:59.76 indoors at altitude.

@patkc13

  • My season ended poorly, but on the bright side ran a 25 200m today...a year ago the only thing I could do in 25 seconds was an entire pizza
    Posted 18 Aug ago
  • It's because I'm cooler on the internet than I am in real life and try to limit my face-to-face interaction with hu… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
    Posted 16 Aug ago
  • Hey Usain Bolt and Mo Farah you guys should do an exhibition 600m race after the meet, we'd all appreciate it.
    Posted 12 Aug ago
  • Lol Patrick Tiernan out there running like this is NCAA XC
    Posted 12 Aug ago
  • Here's a tweet about how much I hate commercial breaks mid race
    Posted 12 Aug ago

News

Track star Patrick Casey eyes 2016 Olympics

August 31, 2014

I think I have a good combination of speed and endurance and that helps with the Mile. It is a very difficult event. I will say that. It's never easy.

By Scott Mansch, Great Falls Tribune

EDITOR'S NOTE: There have been many track and field standouts in Montana history, and Patrick Casey is...

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5 Questions with Pat Casey

May 30, 2014

Pat Casey, who is coming off a strong performance at the IAAF 2014 World Relays.

By Pat Price, Daily Relay

1) Daily Relay: Congratulations on your strong leg on the American Record and Silver Medal 4×1500 team. What was it like to be part of that group, and were you happy with how the race...

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Catching Up with Miler Patrick Casey

February 15, 2013

By Scott Bush, Runnerspace

After transfering from Montana State University to the University of Oklahoma just over a year ago, middle distance star Patrick Casey is ready for a big senior track season. After running a collegiate #1 Mile time of 3:56.28 at the Razorback Invitational back at the...

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