Mile News Tagged Team Usa Minnesota


Four Team USA Minnesota Runners Coaching Twin Cities Cross Country Teams this Fall

October 18, 2016

"It’s cool when you see you’ve helped create a culture that embraces the work because they know it makes everyone better.” - Heather Kampf, Queen of the Road Mile

From Team USA Minnesota 

MINNEAPOLIS - Four Team USA Minnesota distance runners - Meghan Peyton, Heather Kampf, Rob Molke and Katy...

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P3R Renews Team USA Minnesota Sponsorship, Continues Commitment to U.S. Elite Distance Runners

September 14, 2016

Team USA Minnesota’s Heather Kampf and Biya Simbassa will compete at the GNC Live Well Liberty Mile on Saturday, Sept. 17

PITTSBURGH - P3R has announced that it will renew its sponsorship of Team USA Minnesota, a post-collegiate distance training center based in Minneapolis focused on...

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The Mile Interview Series: Gabriele Grunewald

May 07, 2014

Bring Back the Mile's 2014 interview series, presented by HOKA ONE ONE, kicks off with Team USA Minnesota middle distance ace Gabriele Grunewald. Known as 'Gabe', she earned her first national title and U.S. team berth last February at the USA  Indoor Championships in the 3000m. She set a smoking...

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Manzano, Kampf Win Close Races at USA 1 Mile Road Championships

April 22, 2014

2012 Olympic 1500m silver medalist wins his first USA road title; Queen of the Road Mile breaks event record

> Men's Race Video at RunnerSpace.com
> Women's Race Video at RunnerSpace.com

INDIANAPOLIS – Olympic silver medalist Leo Manzano and Team USA Minnesota standout Heather Kampf kicked...

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Heather Kampf Named to U.S. Indoor Team for Worlds

March 03, 2014

Mary Cain, U.S. 1500m indoor champion, withdraws with a calf injury.

By Jon Gugala, Competitor.com

It was around 9:00am this morning and Heather Kampf had just run 10 miles on the treadmill, escaping the interminable Minnesota winter, when she received a call from a phone number she didn’t...

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Making the Most of Your Mile: Medtronic TC 1 Mile

May 08, 2013

Twin Cities In Motion leverages TC 1 Mile to educate and introduce runners to their year-round calendar of events

By Bring Back the Mile

MINNEAPOLIS - Twin Cities In Motion, the organization behind a successful series of races in Minnesota, including the Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon, enters...

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Team USA Minnesota Athletes Race Ready for the Mile

April 17, 2013

Jon Peterson at Mt. SAC Relays; Gabriele Anderson, Heather Kampf, Meghan Peyton at USA 1 Mile Road Championships

MINNEAPOLIS – (April 17, 2013) – Team USA Minnesota’s Jon Peterson will run the Mile on the track at the 55th Mt. SAC Relays on Friday, April 19. The following week, Gabriele...

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Minnesota Twins: Anderson, Kampf Mile Aces

September 07, 2012

The Twin Cities are growing—and retaining—national-caliber mid-distance women
By Jon Gugala, Bring Back the Mile

MINNEAPOLIS – Minnesota, as most people know, has harsh, bitterly cold winters. Even F. Scott Fitzgerald, a native of St. Paul, admitted it, describing how the interminable season...

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Kampf, Anderson, Cheever to Run Grandma’s Minnesota Mile

September 04, 2012

Team USA Minnesota trio headed to Duluth for Sunday, September 9 road race

MINNEAPOLIS – (September 4, 2012) – Three Team USA Minnesota runners – Heather Kampf, Gabriele Anderson and Jamie Cheever – will compete at Grandma’s Minnesota Mile on Sunday, September 9. The women’s elite Mile starts...

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Brief Chat: Gabriele Anderson Looks Ahead

August 14, 2012

By Peter Gambaccini, Runner's World

Gabriele Anderson, 26, was the fourth-place finisher in the 1500 meter run at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials in Eugene. On July 17 in Lignano, Italy she lowered her personal best to 4:04.84. Anderson is a survivor of two types of cancer—adenoid cystic...

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