Mile News Tagged Andrew Wheating

Andrew Wheating on His Retirement: “I Have No Regrets”

January 08, 2018

The sport of running will always have a place in my heart, I will always consider myself a runner, because I absolutely love the sport itself.

By Sarah Lorge Butler, Runner's World

Andrew Wheating, who made the U.S. Olympic team in 2008 only three years after he started training seriously for...

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Andrew Wheating goes solo, leaves OTC Elite

February 10, 2017

“It’s nothing against the guys on the team and it’s nothing against Oregon Track Club, I just needed a bit of breathing room.”

By Chris Hansen, The Register-Guard

For seven years, Andrew Wheating was one of the more predominant and popular members of the Nike sponsored Oregon Track Club Elite...

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Surviving Bowerman sub-4 Milers returning to the UO on May 27

May 17, 2016

“For years I’ve been thinking about how it would be really cool to have a reunion to get everybody who’s run a 4 minute Mile together in the same place at the same time, and so last summer I decided I was going to do it.” - Todd Bosworth, Oregon Track Club

By Damian Foley, Around the O


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The Oregon Track Club presents inaugural Sub-4 Reunion

April 28, 2016

​Celebrating the men who broke 4 minutes in the Mile and ran for legendary coach Bill Bowerman from 1956-70

From Oregon Track Club

Ten runners from the University of Oregon: Jim Bailey, Jim Grelle, Dyrol Burleson, Keith Forman, Archie San Romani, Wade Bell, Dave Wilborn, Arne Kvalheim, Roscoe...

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Andrew Wheating is a Tall Gentleman

July 29, 2015

Pan Am Games 1500m gold medalist and sub-3:52 Miler stands head and shoulders above most of his rivals.

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The world must feel like a very small place to middle distance ace Andrew Wheating. The 6ft 6ins (1.98m) American, who this weekend won 1500m gold at the Pan Am...

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Wheating wins 1500m gold medal at Pan Am Games for USA

July 27, 2015

Two-time Olympian clocks 3:41.41 to win first medal on international stage; contributes to U.S. overall victory of 265 medals to Canada's 217.

By Kenny Jacoby, Daily Emerald

Former Oregon track & field star Andrew Wheating won gold in the men’s 1500 at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto.

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Kyle Merber uses Madrid as tune-up for Pan Am Games

July 13, 2015

Kyle Merber and Andrew Wheating head the U.S. Team in the 1500 for the Pan Am games in Toronto; considered favorites for gold and silver

By Chris Chavez, RunblogRun

On a dry and warm night in Madrid, Kyle Merber (HOKA ONE ONE) stepped off the track after a third place finish in the men's 3000...

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Andrew Wheating: No asterisk needed this time around

May 11, 2015

“I was trying to be this goofy, 20-year-old kid from 2008, but that’s not who I am anymore. Everyone has to grow up. I’m still a child at heart, but I’m an adult now. I have to adjust to a different form of running.”

By Austin  Meek, The Register-Guard

Maybe it’s a sign of how things have...

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Beats, Rhymes and Spikes with Andrew Wheating

April 11, 2015

Ever gone out for a casual run and listened to something you've regretted? You're not alone. Sub-3:52 Miler and two-time Olympian Andrew Wheating gives us his guide of what NOT to listen to while running.

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1. Stand Up Comedy
“I love listening to stand up comedy and...

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Is Something Wrong with U.S. Milers?

June 19, 2013

A perfect storm of factors leads to a lack of fast 1500 meter times in 2013 for U.S. men

By Peter Gambaccini, Runner's World

As runners line up for the first round of the men’s 1500 meters on Thursday at the USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Des Moines, none of them will have the "A"...

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