Mile News Tagged Elise Cranny

Kipyegon obliterates Mile world record

July 21, 2023

The first Kenyan to set the Mile world record; 7 national records as well as all 13 finishers clocked personal records in Monaco

Nicole Jeffery for World Athletics

Was it ever in doubt?

Faith Kipyegon continued to plunder the most revered middle distance marks in the sport, setting her...

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Blake Theroux, Elise Cranny Pace Field at Pearl Street Mile

August 13, 2016

"I learned a lot, about staying more composed and calm. I could have been more aggressive. But this has been an amazing year and it is so fun to race with everyone here. This is my favorite race."

By Michael Sandrock, Daily Camera

It might not be the Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, but...

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One week to the fulfillment of her dreams: Elise Cranny

July 17, 2014

Teen phenom excited and ready to represent Team USA at World Junior Championships in Eugene, OR

By Colorado

For Elise Cranny, another showdown with fellow teen talent Alexa Efraimson looms later this month. But this time it is about so much more than Cranny vs. Efraimson. It's...

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Cranny, Efraimson Clash Set for adidas Grand Prix

May 09, 2014

#1 and #2 in U.S. at 1500m to meet in Dream Mile on June 14

NEW YORK -  Elise Cranny and Alexa Efraimson will go head to head at the adidas Grand Prix on June 14 in the biggest matchup the adidas Girls’ Dream Mile has seen since it began in 2010, organizers have announced.

Tickets for the...

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Elise Cranny Joins the High School Elite

April 30, 2013

The Niwot High junior has Mary Cain in her sights.

By Marc Bloom, Running Times (Image by Victor Sailer/PhotoRun)

Recipe for outstanding high school distance running: parents who are Ironman triathletes, years of youth swimming for a huge reservoir of cardiovascular fitness, coaching that...

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