February 23, 2017
“A lot of coaches can just get you in shape. It takes a special coach to get you to believe."
By Sabrina Yohannes, RunBlogRun
If his trademark headbands help you to locate Kyle Merber in a crowded race, you are not alone.
"It's easy for my mom to follow me," the native New Yorker Merber...
February 13, 2017
“Obviously I would like to get back on the podium. And I would like to win the World Championships. I have to get more fit, get back to training after this indoors season and raise my training up another level.”
By Lynn Rutherford, TeamUSA.org
NEW YORK -- The buzz started as soon as Matthew...
February 02, 2017
Three HOKA NJ*NY Track Club coached athletes entered in famed Wanamaker Mile at upcoming 110th NYRR Millrose Games
NEW YORK – If 55 years of coaching track & field have taught Frank Gagliano anything, it’s to keep going.
The legendary coach, now in his seventh year at the helm of ...
January 23, 2017
Top field expected to challenge Centro on Saturday, Feb. 11 at The Armory’s New Balance Track & Field Center
NEW YORK – Rio Olympic 1500 meters champion Matthew Centrowitz, already a three-time Wanamaker Mile champion, will turn his attention to the Paavo Nurmi 2 Mile at the 110th NYRR Millrose...
April 29, 2013
By Ken Goe, The Oregonian
Former Oregon star AJ Acosta still is living the dream, even if all he has to show for it is a beard and some beat-up running shoes.
"I have about 700 miles on my current pair of shoes," Acosta said. "I'm trying to scramble to get a pair that I don't have to pay...
April 05, 2013
Nick Willis (NZL) and Kalkidan Gezahegne (ETH) are top contenders; $14,500 prize purse at stake in the event, held on Sunday, April 14
BOSTON – The Boston Athletic Association (B.A.A.) has announced that an international field of elite athletes will compete in the B.A.A. Invitational Mile to...
February 13, 2013
By Barbara Huebner, NYRR News Service
Donn Cabral was a track star at Connecticut’s Glastonbury High School, about two hours northeast of New York City. After that, he was a track star at New Jersey’s Princeton University, about an hour southwest. Never all that far from the Millrose Games, but...
April 15, 2012
By Paul Franklin, The Times of Trenton
PRINCETON — Britain’s Roger Bannister was the first, in 1954, and legendary runners like Jim Ryun and Sebastian Coe would follow. And for the past dozen years, no one has run the Mile faster than Morocco’s Hicham El Guerrouj.
Two runners at Princeton...