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Oklahoma on Broadway

January 24, 2013

By Brett Hoover and Tim Fulton, Armory Track 

When Regan Ward toes the line in the New Balance Games high school Mile on Saturday, she might not want to look up. After all, there will be more people looking back down at her than live in her entire hometown of Beggs, Okla. (pop. 1,321).


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Top Junior Milers Set for New Balance Indoor Grand Prix in Boston

January 24, 2013

Girls' and boys' Miles to feature 2012 HS National Champion and top regional talent.

By New Balance Indoor Grand Prix

BOSTON – (Jan. 24, 2013) – True to the sport’s roots, the country’s top high school indoor milers will once again descend on Boston for the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix – set...

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Galen Rupp Looks to Join the Sub-3:50 Mile Club

January 22, 2013

By Mitch Kastoff, Flotrack

Galen Rupp will get one more shot at taking down yet another American record. This time, he’ll hopefully have some company.

Rupp and Salazar’s decision to race a Mile at the UW Indoor Preview and the upcoming Boston University Terrier Invitational shows that the...

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NCAA Champ Abbey D’Agostino’s Quick Rise to Elite Status

January 22, 2013

The Darmouth junior has the fastest Mile time of the year and will race the event at Millrose next month.

By Phil Latter, Runner's World

Twenty-year-old Dartmouth junior Abbey D’Agostino had a busy 2012. After recording a huge 5000-meter PR at the Mt. SAC Relays last April, she won the NCAA...

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Centrowitz Feeling Faster Than Ever This Winter

January 22, 2013

By Barbara Huebner, NYRR News Service

On a Skype call to a New York Track Writers’ luncheon this afternoon, Matthew Centrowitz said that his recent workouts “have been faster than anything I could imagine” coming out of college.

He added that his father—two-time Olympian Matt Centrowitz, a...

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NYRR & Millrose Announce Wanamaker Mile Fields

January 22, 2013

By Armory Track

After a victorious debut in the NYRR Wanamaker Mile at the 2012 Millrose Games, Matthew Centrowitz will return to defend his title this year on Saturday, Feb. 16. Centrowitz, who ran 3:53.92 last year, the fastest time ever in the Armory, will attempt to break Bernard Lagat's...

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“Best Track In The World”

January 21, 2013

By Brett Hoover, Armory Track

The elite fields of Saturday's New Balance Games are out and Robby Andrews, now running for adidas and coaching at Princeton, is excited to come back to the place he calls "the best track in the world, indoor or outdoor."

The NB Games will continue a busy Armory...

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JDL Fast Track Bringing Back the Mile (and Bringing the Talent)

January 19, 2013

Races like this one from the NCRunners Elite Holiday Invitational are part of a national trend that has historical roots.

By NCRunners

First, the were elite high school Mile races at the NCRunners Elite Holiday Invitational.  Next comes the Camel City Indoor Mile, scheduled for February 2nd...

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Camel City Indoor Mile Field Announced

January 09, 2013

Top Milers compete for more than $4000 in prize money at the Hilton Garden Innvitational; also sub-4 minute Mile bonus money

WINSTON‐SALEM, N.C. – (January 9, 2013) – JDL Fast Track today made their first announcement of the field for the Camel City Indoor Mile, to be held at JDL Fast Track on...

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Miller, Kampf Win Grandma’s Minnesota Mile

September 09, 2012

2012 USA Mile road champions top fields in close races at 6th edition in downtown Duluth
By Bob Gustafson

DULUTH, Minn. – (September 9, 2012) – Craig Miller won Grandma’s Minnesota Mile road race in downtown Duluth on Sunday morning. Miller, 25, of Madison, Wis., finished in 4 minutes, 1.4...

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