Mile News Tagged Craig Engels


The Best Mile Moments of 2017

December 21, 2017

Record prize money awarded exceeds $500,000, Blankenship & Lipari win BBTM Grand Prix Tour titles, one more U.S. HSer sub-4, the brothers Ingebrigtsen make history, greatest women’s Mile ever and more highlight year

By Ryan Lamppa, Bring Back the Mile

Since the Bring Back the Mile launch in...

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2018 Camel City Elite Fields Announced

November 29, 2017

International fields include Bishop-Nriagu, Chelimo, Cheserek, D’Agostino, Engels and Manzano; event record guaranteed prize purse exceeds $85,000

From JDL Fast Track

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – JDL Fast Track has begun finalizing the fields for the 6th Camel City Elite indoor meet to be held in...

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Chelimo, ‘King’ Cheserek, Engels, Bishop-Nriagu among Camel City Elite’s early commitments

November 09, 2017

World class field expected at indoor meet on Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018 offering 6th edition event record $75,000-plus prize purse

By Eddie Wooten, News & Record

The lineups for the 2018 Camel City Elite Races in Winston-Salem are taking shape and already include notable star power for what will...

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Making the Most of Your Mile: Ed Murphey Mile

September 06, 2017

Inaugural Ed Murphey Mile sees first sub-4 minute Mile on Memphis soil; rising star Craig Engels clocks winning 3:58.35; event boasted $10,000 overall prize purse

By Bring Back the Mile

Christian Brothers High School Cross Country and Track & Field coach, Nick Dwyer doesn’t seem like the type...

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Memphis area high school distance runners inspired, amazed by pros at inaugural Murphey Mile

September 05, 2017

"And the crowd... it was like a Friday night football game. We're not really used to that.”

By John Varlas, USA TODAY Network

Nick Dwyer was the busiest man at the Christian Brothers High School track last Saturday. But when he got a chance to gather his wits and take a look around, he was...

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First Sub-4 Minute Mile in Memphis?

August 25, 2017

Inaugural Ed Murphey Mile draws national class field including rising young star Craig Engels for sub-4 quest.

By Geoff Calkins, USA Today Network - Tennessee

On the 50th anniversary of Roger Bannister becoming the first man in history to run a Mile in under four minutes, Mike Cody and Ed...

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Newcomers Engels, Fields Kick to Win Aetna Falmouth Mile

August 20, 2017

Griffin, Connolly capture boys & girls Tommy Cochary High School Mile titles

By Jon Mettus, Cape Cod Times

FALMOUTH -- On Saturday evening, it was the newcomers who came out on top at the Aetna Falmouth Elite Mile at Falmouth High School with Craig Engels picking up his first professional win...

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Track’s Fastest Mullet Is Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

August 12, 2017

Craig Engels' famous hair-and-’stache combo in the running world has been chopped to benefit charity.

By Sarah Lorge Butler, Runner's World

Craig Engels has long turned heads for his fast running—and his flowing locks.

At the 2016 U.S. Olympic Track Trials, he was fourth in the 800 meters...

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2-Time Olympic Medalist Nick Willis, Defending Champ Katie Mackey Headline Aetna Falmouth Elite Mile

August 10, 2017

Top fields to vie for $15,000 guaranteed prize purse plus time bonuses at New Balance Falmouth Road Race Weekend track event on Saturday, August 19

From New Balance Falmouth Road Race

FALMOUTH, Mass. – Nick Willis, the two-time Olympic medalist at 1500 meters, and three-time winner Katie...

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Q&A with Craig Engels on Nike Oregon Project, breaking out and chasing sub-4

July 14, 2017

When I pulled up on Matt Centrowitz, the defending gold medalist at the Olympics, I was like ‘OK, I got this.’

By Pat Price for Citius Mag

Craig Engels, the Ole Miss Miler with a mean mullet, recently signed a professional contract to join the Nike Oregon Project training group. He finished...

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