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adidas Dream Watch List: Boys Mile

Will Grant Fisher be the next sub-4 high school boy and join the Fab 5?

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Running Is Such Sweet Torture

Loyola's Tom O'Hara can clock a Mile in less than 4 minutes, and for hours without a halt. Hardly...


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adidas Dream Watch List: Girls Mile

Talented field of 14 Milers could challenge meet record of 4:39.17 by Wesley Frazier (2013).

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Sub-4:20 Miler Brenda Martinez Has Big Goals for the Carlsbad 5000

“If I’m there in the final Mile or even the final quarter than I will be really excited."

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Leah O’Connor Staying on track

March 27, 2015

Senior Leah O'Connor has become one of the most decorated athletes in MSU history. But the runner, who most recently snagged the national NCAA indoor Mile title, has come a long way in the last five years.

By Ryan Squanda, The State News

There are a lot of “lasts” coming for MSU senior track...

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adidas Dream Watch List: Girls Mile

March 26, 2015

Talented field of 14 Milers could challenge meet record of 4:39.17 by Wesley Frazier (2013).

By Meg Bellino, FloTrack

The adidas Grand Prix hosts the best professional track & field athletes in the world at Icahn Stadium on Randall's Island in New York City on Saturday, June 13 as part of the...

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adidas Dream Watch List: Boys Mile

March 24, 2015

Will Grant Fisher be the next sub-4 high school boy and join the Fab 5?

By Meg Bellino, FloTrack

The adidas Grand Prix hosts the best professional track & field athletes in the world at Icahn Stadium on Randall's Island in New York City on Saturday, June 13 as part of the Diamond League...

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Anuare Magana desires to be great

March 23, 2015

The Costa Mesa senior, who has run a 4:25.05 1600m, wants to be another special name in program's rich history.

By Steve Virgen, The Daily Pilot

Anuare Magana has heard the names from the past many times. The names provide motivation for him. They bring tradition to Costa Mesa High track &...

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