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1.14.22

John Walker at 70: His Finest Performances & Legacy

A journalist once asked Walker “What’s the most significant factor...


1.17.22

After short break, Craig Engels reinvigorated for 2024 Olympic push

“I still love (running). It’s a really cool job, Obviously one day...


1.11.22

Rising stars, veterans to clash in WHOOP Men’s Wanamaker Mile

Recent Wanamaker runner-ups and Tokyo Olympians Josh Kerr & Olli...


1.6.22

Purrier St. Pierre Headlines Stellar WHOOP Women’s Wanamaker Mile Field

U.S. indoor Mile record holder & Tokyo Olympian ready to defend...


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After short break, Craig Engels reinvigorated for 2024 Olympic push

January 17, 2022

“I still love (running). It’s a really cool job, Obviously one day I’ll be done running. But not yet.”

From Winston-Salem Journal

For Craig Engels, 2021 was a year filled with miles and milestones.

The Pfafftown runner recently signed a new long-term contract with Nike, competed in the U.S....

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John Walker at 70: His Finest Performances & Legacy

January 14, 2022

A journalist once asked Walker “What’s the most significant factor in your success?” Walker replied simply “Arch Jelley”.

By Brett Davies, Runnerstribe.com

On the 70th birthday of legendary New Zealand Miler, Sir John Walker – who reached his milestone birthday on the 12th of January this...

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Rising stars, veterans to clash in WHOOP Men’s Wanamaker Mile

January 11, 2022

Recent Wanamaker runner-ups and Tokyo Olympians Josh Kerr & Olli Hoare headline top international field; watch the 114th Millrose Games LIVE on NBC from 2:30-4:30pm EST

NEW YORK - At the 114th Millrose Games, Tokyo Olympic bronze medalist Josh Kerr of Great Britain and fellow Olympic finalist...

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Can the Cal Ripken of Running Continue His Annual Sub-4 Mile Streak?

January 08, 2022

"This is a hard endeavor. The 4 minute barrier still means something, especially on 38-year-old legs.”

By Eric Wills, GQ.com

Over the course of five Olympics, New Zealand's Nick Willis became a track & field legend. Now, at 38, he’s trying to complete an unprecedented feat: breaking the 4...

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