Mile News

Q&A with John Gregorek

November 25, 2018

Running 3:51 for the Mile was another race where we had set a goal for me to run in Europe that summer... It was one of those races where everything clicked. I didn’t win the race – I only got sixth place, but I got everything out of myself that day.

By Gary Cohen

John Gregorek was a member...

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Olympian Carrie Tollefson joins Wellbeats as Run Lead & Coach

November 20, 2018

“I’m pumped to be part of the Wellbeats team and to use my experience to create a running channel that – like virtual fitness – works for people of all ages and stages of life.”

From Wellbeats

ST. LOUIS PARK, Minn. - Carrie Tollefson holds numerous state & national running titles and...

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Oxford remembers life of Sir Roger Bannister at Sheldonian ceremony

November 17, 2018

"It is rare to make such an impact in 4 minutes and rarer still for one act to have such a resonance... The world of sport needs its heroes and he will forever be one of its greatest."

By Tom Williams, Oxford Mail

In a rare coming together of all tenets of city life, a service in the...

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Lagat Runs 2:17 Debut Marathon in New York City

November 04, 2018

“My body felt hot and tired, but mostly it was my quads that were killing me. At that point, time is irrelevant. You just want to finish..."

By Cathal Dennehy, Runner's World

Plagued by cramping quads and calf muscles over the final miles, Bernard Lagat (right, struggled to the...

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