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Rio Olympic champion Matthew Centrowitz: “This is my last year.”

March 18, 2024

“I just want to finish up on a high note and ride off into the sunset with a smile on my face.”

By Olympic Talk

Rio Olympic 1500m gold medalist Matthew Centrowitz plans to make 2024 his last season.

“Mentally where I’m at with it, like this is it for me,” he told Flotrack on Saturday night....

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Ingebrigtsen, Nuguse, Kerr headline Prefontaine Classic’s Bowerman Mile

March 12, 2024

High anticipation for the upcoming clash of Mile titans at Hayward Field

From Pre Classic

EUGENE, Ore. - Superstars Jakob Ingebrigtsen, Yared Nuguse and Josh Kerr will headline the Bowerman Mile at this year’s Prefontaine Classic on Saturday, May 25, the meet has announced.

The 2024...

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Oxford to celebrate 70th anniversary of Bannister’s sub-4 with Mile Festival

March 11, 2024

The greatest athletic achievement of the 20th century will see a community mass Mile in Oxford city center together with BMC races at Iffley Road and much more on Monday, May 6

From Jason Henderson, Athletics Weekly

On May 6 in 1954, a 25-year-old medical student called Roger Bannister...

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Hailu wins World Indoor 1500m

March 03, 2024

Americans Hiltz, Mackay claim silver, bronze medals in final event

By Jon Mulkeen for World Athletics

Ethiopia waited until the closing stages of the World Athletics Indoor Championships Glasgow 24 to win their first gold medal of the weekend. But then, like waiting for a bus, two came along...

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