Mile News Tagged London 2017


Olympic Champion Centrowitz Still Learning How to Race

April 11, 2017

This year, in my eyes at least, there is a bigger emphasis on running fast. I think the Worlds will take care of themselves.

By Jon Hendershott, Track & Field News

He may be the Olympic gold medalist in the metric Mile, but Matthew Centrowitz admits he is still learning how to run the 1500.

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Olympic gold medalist Matthew Centrowitz ready for the chase

April 07, 2017

"That Mile time by Alan Webb is pretty steep. I don’t think anyone’s run faster since, so obviously a testament of how good that record is.”

By Chris Hansen, The Register-Guard

Matthew Centrowitz was all about winning an Olympic medal in 2016 and geared his training and schedule to achieve...

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Weightman aims for London 2017 delight to repay coach and Mile legend Steve Cram

March 28, 2017

“A lot of the anger and frustration that I had when I was removed from funding only fueled my winter training to get out there and prove what I can do."

By The Yorkshire Post

The 26-year-old athlete has the know-how of former world record holder Steve Cram to fall back on in her quest to lead...

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Mile star Laura Muir sparks London 2017 ticket rush

March 11, 2017

Session featuring women’s 1500m final is the most in-demand since IAAF World Championships London 2017 tickets returned on-sale

By Athletics Weekly

Double European indoor champion Laura Muir has sparked a rush for tickets for this summer’s IAAF World Championships London 2017, with tickets to...

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The Only Way She Knows

October 13, 2016

No woman ran the 1500m in 2016 as fast as Laura Muir. The British record holder tells SPIKES how she got to the top and why this is only the start.

By SPIKES

Laura Muir began running at school in Kinross, north of Edinburgh in Scotland, when she “was about 11 or 12-years-old”. She hasn’t...

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