Mile News Tagged Cory Mcgee


How to Run a Mile Like an Olympian

April 16, 2022

“It is whatever you make it. If you make it all about a certain result or outcome, it will be stressful. But if you just make it about being the best you can be on that day and pushing yourself in the presence of others then I think it ends  up being such a fun event.”

By Ali Nolan, Women's...

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Purrier St. Pierre Headlines Stellar WHOOP Women’s Wanamaker Mile Field

January 06, 2022

U.S. indoor Mile record holder & Tokyo Olympian ready to defend crown on Saturday, January 29 at The Armory; watch the 114th Millrose Games LIVE on NBC from 2:30-4:30pm EST

NEW YORK - Defending champion and American record holder Elle Purrier St. Pierre leads a deep WHOOP Women’s Wanamaker Mile...

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Kipyegon claims emotional second Olympic 1500m title

August 06, 2021

“She's the greatest of all-time... she doesn't get enough credit."

By Nicole Jeffery for World Athletics

Faith Kipyegon was given the ultimate accolade by her closest rival after winning her second consecutive Olympic 1500m crown in Tokyo tonight.

Asked about Kipyegon’s standing, silver...

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How Cory McGee went from Pass Christian to Tokyo Olympics

July 26, 2021

"Perhaps it’s a good thing as a first-time Olympian. You create a situation that’s not as overwhelming. It feels like any other meet you’ve ever run in."

By Patrick Magee, Sun Herald

Unlike most athletes who will be competing in Tokyo, Pass Christian native Cory McGee had in-person exposure...

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The legacy of Jenny Simpson

July 01, 2021

“I have a million and one reasons to be grateful to Jenny Simpson.”

By Erin Strout, PodiumRunner.com

The last time Jenny Simpson watched the Olympics on television, it was 2004. Deena Kastor won a bronze medal in the Marathon and Simpson was a 17-year-old high school kid in Florida, unaware...

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Elle Purrier St. Pierre Dominates U.S. Olympic Trials 1500m

June 21, 2021

Cory McGee, Heather MacLean also set personal records to earn Team USA berths to Tokyo

By Taylor Dutch, Runner's World

Leading wire-to-wire, Elle Purrier St. Pierre convincingly won the women’s 1500 meters at the U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials on Monday in Eugene, Oregon. At the new,...

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The Best Mile Moments of 2020

December 22, 2020

Longstanding women’s U.S. indoor Mile record shattered; 11th U.S. high schooler sub-4; two outdoor Masters age group world records; COVID-19 causes cancelled events, limited racing year

By Ryan Lamppa, Bring Back the Mile

The main storyline of 2020 was obviously the COVID-19 pandemic and its...

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Cory McGee smashes Indiana state Mile record, sets personal record

July 25, 2020

A record three U.S. women sub-4:24 same race plus three men sub-4 at special Team Boss event

By Erik Boal, DyeStat Editor

Cory McGee, Dani Jones and Emma Coburn took advantage of racing at sea level for the first time outdoors this year and achieved history by becoming the first American...

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Emma Coburn Shatters Colorado State Mile Record

June 27, 2020

Special event also raises more than $27,000 for the non-profit Sachs Foundation college scholarship fund

By Taylor Dutch, Runner's World

The professional runners of Team Boss used their first racing opportunity in five months to not just break records, but also give back to the Black Lives...

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Pride of Pass Christian, Cory McGee, eyes 2020 Tokyo Olympic berth

November 15, 2019

"This has been my best year yet so my trajectory is good. And I’m still getting better."

By Karen Abernathy, WLOX

PASS CHRISTIAN, Miss. - Cory McGee is one of the best 1500 meter runners in the country and her sights are now set on the U.S. Olympic team. We caught up with the South...

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