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Don’t Worry Mary Cain, We’re All Headcases Until We Turn 25

February 19, 2013

By Ginger, Salty Running

Someone call Alicia Keys and tell her to change the lyrics to her smash hit because Mary Cain IS ON FIRE. The 16-year-old running sensation is a true prodigy as she has smashed three national high school indoor track records so far in 2013.

There was the 4:16 1500 meters en route to breaking Debbie Heald’s 41-year-old Mile record in 4:32. Then there was the 2 Mile record in 9:38 at the New Balance Boston Indoor Games on February 2nd. And just this past weekend, she broke her own Mile record, running a 4:28 at the Millrose Games to finish second in a field with professional runners.

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