Mile News Tagged Anna Willard

Humble Olympian finds a fit as a running coach in Lowell

February 02, 2018

These days, Anna Willard Grenier is fine with living a less physically exhausting life and coaching.

By Matt Langone, Lowell Sun

LOWELL -- Last weekend, while she was getting inducted into the University of Michigan Track & Field Hall of Fame, Anna Willard Grenier was made aware of an...

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Anna Willard Returns to Racing

December 29, 2014

2008 Oympian, now training in Boston, talks about her struggles of the past two years.

By Peter Gambaccini for Running Times

Anna Willard once held the U.S, steeplechase record, ranked #2 in the world for 800m and ran 3:59.38 for 1500m. Her name hasn’t been seen much in race results since...

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