Mile News

New Jersey-New York Track Club in flux as HOKA’s 4-year sponsorship ends

December 02, 2020

Longtime legendary coach Frank Gagliano remains at the helm, while his assistant coaches form a new group

By Sarah Lorge, Runner's World

The New Jersey-New York Track Club (NJ*NY TC), an elite training group founded in 2010 by legendary coach Frank Gagliano, is in flux after title sponsor...

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How to Run a Mile as Fast as Possible

November 24, 2020

Three key workouts for speed & endurance to produce your best Mile

By Edward Lane, Men's Health

One of the most effective ways to train – and one of the most beneficial for your physical and mental health – is mastering the Mile.

“The Mile is an amazing blend of speed and endurance, and a...

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Myers earns Throwback Athlete of the Week honors

November 21, 2020

Versatile 19th century legendary runner held national records in events from 50 yards to the Mile!


INDIANAPOLIS -- Sprint and middle-distance legend L.E. “Lon” Myers was selected as the winner of the 34th USATF Throwback Athlete of the Week award for setting a U.S. outdoor record...

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A rerun of Brenda Martinez’s spectacular track career

November 15, 2020

UC Riverside star was the first American woman to win 800 meter medal at the outdoor World Championships

By Kevin Contreras, The Highlander

Brenda Martinez was one of UC Riverside’s most prominent and outstanding athletes in its track & field history. Martinez graduated from UCR with a...

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