Mile News

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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Run Run Santa Mile expands to third location

December 01, 2018

"You turn around and it’s Christmas time and time for Run Run Santa. We’ll be excited to see everyone in Santa suits, celebrating the holidays. Merry Christmas.”

By Lyn Dowling, Special to FLORIDA TODAY

Before making millions of deliveries on Christmas Eve, St. Nicholas will have three...

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Meet Eldon Warner, the college runner who also aces opera

November 28, 2018

Like singing an aria: “When I’m racing a Mile and I feel like I’m pushing the pace uncomfortably from the gun, it’s not a good sign. I’ve run my fastest races when I’m relaxed and loose and not thinking about going fast.”

By Hailey Middlebrook, Runner's World

Growing up just a few minutes...

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