Mile News Tagged Camel City Elite

JDL Fast Track races with top U.S. indoor meets

January 26, 2016

"If you build it, they will come." - Shannon Rowbury, two-time Olympian, who is returning to defend her Mile title

By Eddie Wooten, News & Record

When Tiger Woods played in Greensboro's Wyndham Championship for the first time in August, he gushed about the small-town feel of the event and the...

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Drew Hunter eyes sub-4 minute Mile indoors

December 17, 2015

Foot Locker XC champion to compete as Open runner at professional races this winter: “I think I can run 4-flat right now.”

By Marc Bloom, Running Times

Shortly after his runaway victory at the Foot Locker national high school cross-country championships on Saturday in San Diego, Drew Hunter...

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Centrowitz, Lagat, Rollins Added to Camel City Elite 2016

December 09, 2015

$60,000 prize purse offered plus facility bonuses; 4th edition to be streamed live online

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – JDL Fast Track continues to add some of the top athletes in the world to the list of those coming to Winston-Salem to compete in the fourth edition of Camel City Elite on Saturday,...

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Camel City Elite 2016: Manzano, Rowbury, Symmonds, Oliver, more money!

November 04, 2015

Indoor Mile races, BBTM Featured Event, offer $15,000 plus $1000 facility record bonus

By Eddie Wooten, Greensboro News & Record

Olympians Leo Manzano, David Oliver, Shannon Rowbury and Nick Symmonds have committed to return to compete on Saturday, January 30 in JDL Fast Track's Camel City...

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