Mile News Tagged Espn


Nine for IX: Runner

August 12, 2013

The latest ESPN Nine for IX documentary takes a look at one of sports most infamous moments, the Mary Decker - Zola Budd collision at the 1984 Olympic Games at 3000 meters; Premiers on ESPN on August 13; directed by former world class runner Shola Lynch, winner of the 1984 Millrose Games Girls'...

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ESPN’s Colin Cowherd Sub-6:30 Mile Challenge #HerdMile

May 24, 2012

By ESPN

The forces of nature were against him. The forces of ESPN were likewise aligned like a brick wall at the finish line. They came to Fontana Field at Southington (Conn.) High School not to praise Colin Cowherd, but to bury him and his claim he could run an under-6 minute, 30-second Mile.

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First stop Buckley, next stop New York City

May 07, 2012

By Doug Binder, ESPN.com

BUCKLEY, Wash. - There are just three stop lights in Buckley, Wash., the small town located in the foothills halfway between the city of Seattle and the summit of Mt. Rainier. There’s just one restaurant, Wally’s, a drive-in that’s popular with the high school kids.

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Centrowitz follows in father’s footsteps on track

February 02, 2012

By Pat Graham, ESPN / AP Sports

Rising middle-distance runner Matthew Centrowitz is chasing his father's footsteps with a chance for everything to come full circle on Oregon's famed oval track.

It was at Hayward Field, nearly 36 years ago, that Matt Centrowitz -- a brash kid from New York...

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Bringing buzz back to the mile

January 18, 2012

By Doug Binder, ESPN / Dyestat

A new campaign aimed at promoting the traditional mile – while eradicating the 1,600 meters – is about to take off, and organizers say it is an important step toward connecting the sport of track and field with the general public again.

David Monico and Ryan...

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