Mile News Tagged Ben Malone


Dreamin’ Up the Dream Mile Scenarios

May 22, 2013

By Christopher Chavez, Flotrack

One of the greatest high school boys races could be run on Saturday at the 2013 adidas Grand Prix in New York City with 14 runners looking to make history as the next members of the Sub-4 Mile club. Mitch Kastoff and Chris Chavez have given thought to some of the...

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2013 Track Chats: Meet 4:05 Miler Ben Malone

May 21, 2013

By Aaron Rich, MileSplit

MileSplit - Ben, you have been on a roll so far this outdoor season!  You won the Loucks Mile in a slower time (if you could call it that!), but an awesome tactical race.  Talk a bit about that…

Ben - Well I've been pretty happy overall with how its gone so far. This...

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H.S. Boys Track: Pascack Valley’s Ben Malone Will Not Run in State Meet of Champions

May 12, 2013

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — When Ben Malone steps to the line in the Lou Lanzalotto Bergen Meet of Champions 800 on May 28, it will be the last individual race he runs in New Jersey in his high school career.

The Pascack Valley star, who set the Bergen County mile record two weeks ago when he finished...

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Adidas Dream Mile Draws Six High School Athletes Ranked #1

May 07, 2013

Outstanding boys and girls Mile fields, including defending champion Bernie Montoya, expected in New York City on Saturday, May 25

NEW YORK – Nearly two dozen of the top high school athletes in the country – including six distance athletes ranked #1 in the United States – are now set for the...

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Malone Eyes Old Millrose Mile Mark

January 14, 2013

By Doug Binder, Armory Track

Ben Malone not only wanted to make the Millrose Games Mile but do something special when he gets there.

Malone, who set the high school track world aflame last year when he dipped under 1:50 indoors and won the New Balance Indoor Nationals 800, said he'd like to...

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