Mile News Tagged Brooks Beasts Tc

Injuries, Surgeries, Illnesses Can’t Stop Henry Wynne’s Olympic Dreams

June 23, 2021

More than anything though, he wants to be an example to athletes at all levels going through tough times no matter what is keeping them from the sport they love.

By Andrew Dawson, Runner's World

Henry Wynne’s arrival in Eugene, Oregon, for the 2021 U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials, where...

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Q&A with rising U.S. Mile star Karisa Nelson

December 15, 2020

What keeps me going is the fact that there are so many more goals to achieve beyond winning a national title and that I don’t think that I’m even close to my ceiling.

By Phil Patterson Jr., Heel Striker

Karisa Nelson grew up in Brewton, Alabama, a small town of only 5,200. She ran her first...

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Catching Up with Brooks Beast Katie Mackey

April 07, 2018

Without an amazing “pit crew” of selfless individuals who have supported me, there’s no way I would have made it this far!

From AthleteBiz

Katie Mackey raced to an eighth place finish in the 3000m at the World Indoor Championships earlier this year, securing herself as a top competitor among...

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How Pro Runner Katie Mackey Got Out of Her Head

March 02, 2018

“Instead I was thinking, ‘No. I’m going to make this team.’ I had very positive, confident thoughts.”

By Erin Strout, Outside magazine

She just made her first national team—after 13 failed attempts

When Katie Mackey, a professional runner for the Brooks Beasts, turned 30 last November, she...

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Kickin’ with Katie: Giving Back in Abundance

December 10, 2017

Weekend camp for high school girls provides running tips & tools, life lessons and more!

By Katie Mackey, Brooks Beasts Track Club

Imagine that you have a toolbox, and you need to hang a picture on the wall. You’d need to grab a hammer, some nails and maybe a leveler, but when you look into...

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How Up-And-Coming Runner Hannah Fields Found Her Groove

July 15, 2017

“She’s starting to show she can definitely be a force in the 1500.”

Sarah Barker,

Carolyn Helker’s daughter, Hannah, is quite competitive. She gets that from her father, Eddy. When Hannah was young, her dad coached her soccer team and challenged the kids to juggle a soccer ball...

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Garrett Heath: Size Matters

January 22, 2016

The two-time USA Mile road champion has a striking physique, tall with a wide upper body frame – the exact opposite of most middle distance runners.

From SPIKES powered by IAAF

Steve Cram described Garrett Heath as a ‘surprise winner’ when he beat Mo Farah to first at the Great Edinburgh XC...

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David Torrence Wins Lodi Mile in Close Race with AJ Acosta as Both Clock 4:14

March 31, 2015

The California All-Stars and the Sacramento Running Association bring home Old Vine Trophies and lion's share of $4000 prize purse in elite team competition.

By The Lodi Mile

The book is closed on the 2015 Lodi Mile.  The event, presented by Blue Shield of California, Michael David Winery and...

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Lodi Road Mile in California Features Elite Team Competition

March 28, 2015

Lodi Mile will feature a dual meet style clash for the majority of a $4000 prize purse on Saturday, March 28

By The Lodi Mile

This year's Lodi Mile will feature star-studded teams clashing for the team victory as they cover two half-Mile laps around the restaurants and wine tasting rooms of...

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Garrett Heath, Erica Moore Join Brooks Beasts TC

January 23, 2014

2013 USA Road Mile champion Heath, 2012 World Indoor 800m bronze medalist Moore add more depth and talent to Beasts

From Brooks Running

SEATTLE – These two standout middle-distance runners - Garrett Heath and Erica Moore – complete the Brooks Beasts TC team and help position it for success...

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