Mile News

Centrowitz Looking to Regroup in 2018

October 06, 2017

"Really, at this point it’s not a secret: I’m going after PRs — so that means American Records. That’s the next career box I want to tick off..."

By Jon Hendershott, Track & Field News

It can happen to the finest of athletes, even an Olympic champion: an all-conquering season can be followed...

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Olympic silver medalist Leonel Manzano inspires McFarland USA youth

October 05, 2017

“Anytime I talk to people, I say, ‘Follow your passion, and do what you like to do,’ because you really don’t know where it can take you.”

By Daniel Casarez, Vida en el valle

Leonel Manzano’s humble beginnings as a Olympic runner began in his native Guanajuato, where, as a youngster, he often...

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Camel City Elite Launches Unsponsored Athlete Program

October 04, 2017

One male, one female to be selected for the 2018 Camel City Mile; deadline Wednesday, November 1, 2017

From JDL Fast Track

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Preparations are underway for the 2018 Camel City Elite Races, which will be held at JDL Fast Track on Saturday, February 3, 2018. Craig Longhurst,...

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On the Record, Off the Market: Kyle Merber

October 03, 2017

Being healthy is the number one priority. It’s easy to always go hard, but sometimes it’s hard to go easy.

By Will, Running Warehouse blog

If you follow American Track & Field, you’re probably familiar with Kyle Merber. However, unless you’ve been closely following his career, you may not be...

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