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12.12.18

Dreaming Big: Joel Gomez Sees Himself Running Sub-4 Mile in High School

“I think every kid that races the Mile dreams of wanting to break 4...


12.3.18

As obesity rate grows, survey finds most Washingtonians wouldn’t walk a Mile

An astonishing 77 percent of overall respondents said they were too...


12.5.18

Teen Phenom Tuohy Looks Toward 2020 U.S. Olympic Trials

“Everything I do is impacted by that decision to want to make it to...


12.8.18

Cheserek defends Kalakaua Merrie Mile in photo finish

Fastest Mile clocked on Hawaiian soil; third edition, part of...


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Dreaming Big: Joel Gomez Sees Himself Running Sub-4 Mile in High School

December 12, 2018

“I think every kid that races the Mile dreams of wanting to break 4 minutes. For Joel, he has already overcome so much – he understands that it won’t just happen and knows he is going to have to work for it.”

By Ken Stone, Times of San Diego

In sixth grade, Joel Gomez passed a test allowing...

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Cheserek defends Kalakaua Merrie Mile in photo finish

December 08, 2018

Fastest Mile clocked on Hawaiian soil; third edition, part of Honolulu Marathon weekend, draws more than 1,700 runners

From HawaiiNewsNow staff

HONOLULU - Hundreds of runners stretched their legs for a quick workout in the Kalakaua Merrie Mile Saturday morning, ahead of the 46th Honolulu...

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Teen Phenom Tuohy Looks Toward 2020 U.S. Olympic Trials

December 05, 2018

“Everything I do is impacted by that decision to want to make it to the Olympic Trials. That’s definitely my big-picture goal for the future.”

By Sarah Lorge Butler, Runner's World

She had just won a second consecutive Nike Cross Nationals title, received her trophy, done an interview on...

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As obesity rate grows, survey finds most Washingtonians wouldn’t walk a Mile

December 03, 2018

An astonishing 77 percent of overall respondents said they were too busy to do exercise and 74 percent said they are too busy to eat a healthy diet.

By KOMO Staff

More than half of the Washington state adult population would not walk a Mile to get somewhere they wanted to go, says a new...

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