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6.17.18

Tuohy breaks girls U.S. high school Mile record

"I can’t even begin to think what she’d run if it were a race and...


6.9.18

America’s Next Great Running Hope?

Why do so many gifted teenage female distance runners fizzle out by...


6.14.18

Runner just misses first sub-4 Mile

“This is my third year going after it, and I’m getting close....


6.18.18

Mile legend Scott taking a new path in life

Retired CSU-San Marcos coach has moved with wife JoAnn to Pacific...


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Mile legend Scott taking a new path in life

June 18, 2018

Retired CSU-San Marcos coach has moved with wife JoAnn to Pacific Grove, near Monterey, where he continues to run and enjoys the cooler conditions while he ponders his future.

By Nick Canepa for the San Diego Union-Tribune

It was a February night in 1977, when we really, honestly cared about...

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Tuohy breaks girls U.S. high school Mile record

June 17, 2018

"I can’t even begin to think what she’d run if it were a race and perfect conditions. If she had people with her and it was 75 degrees, God knows how fast she could run."

By Nancy Haggerty, Rockland / Westchester Journal News

She ran like she knew she could.

And like every track fan in the...

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Runner just misses first sub-4 Mile

June 14, 2018

“This is my third year going after it, and I’m getting close. There’s no other pressures for qualifying or winning, so I can just have fun with it and go fast.”

By Andrew Dawson, Runner's World

As Charlie Marquardt did striders along the track before his Mile race at the Adrian Martinez...

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More than 12,000 runners make Mile history in inaugural IAAF Run 24:1

June 10, 2018

International event "captured in a single live feed and hopefully thousands of new runners joining the biggest global sport on the planet.”

From IAAF

Taking to the streets in 24 cities across 15 time zones, more than 12,000 runners participated in the inaugural IAAF Run 24:1 global campaign...

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