Mile News Tagged Galen Rupp


Q and A: Galen Rupp, The New Magnificent Miler

January 28, 2013

By New Balance Indoor Grand Prix

BOSTON, Mass. - Galen Rupp on Saturday became the fifth-fastest indoor Miler in history—behind only Hicham el Guerrouj, Eamonn Coghlan, Bernard Lagat and Noureddine Morceli—when he ran 3:50.92 at the Boston University Terrier Invitational. Just 1.4 seconds...

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Galen Rupp Now 5th Fastest Indoor Miler Ever

January 28, 2013

Olympic 10,000m silver medalist runs 3:50.92 at low-key Boston meet.

By Peter Gambaccini, Runner's World

Galen Rupp’s 3:50.92 at the BU Terrier Invitational in Boston on Saturday makes him the second fastest American indoor Miler of all-time behind Bernard Lagat, who has run 3:49.89. And he’s...

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Mile: Galen Rupp Runs 3:50.92 in American Record Attempt

January 27, 2013

Galen Rupp runs 3:50.92 in the Mile at the Terrier Invitational meeting in Boston

By Athletics Weekly

Olympic 10,000m silver medalist Galen Rupp runs 3:50.92 in the Mile on Saturday in an attempt to break the American record at the distance at the Terrier Invitational meeting in Boston.

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Galen Rupp Looks to Join the Sub-3:50 Mile Club

January 22, 2013

By Mitch Kastoff, Flotrack

Galen Rupp will get one more shot at taking down yet another American record. This time, he’ll hopefully have some company.

Rupp and Salazar’s decision to race a Mile at the UW Indoor Preview and the upcoming Boston University Terrier Invitational shows that the...

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Galen Rupp and Sub-4 Crew Confirmed for BU Terrier Invitational

January 16, 2013

By Mitch Kastoff, Flotrack

If you were planning on traveling to Boston for the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix, you might want to come up a week early.

Galen Rupp plans to run a tune-up Mile at the 2013 Boston University Terrier Invitational on Saturday, January 26 in preparation for the 3000m...

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Rupp to Race Centrowitz in Indoor Mile on Saturday

January 10, 2013

By Peter Gambaccini, Runner"s World

A match-up in the Mile between Galen Rupp and Matthew Centrowitz at Saturday’s UW Indoor Preview at Dempsey Indoor in Seattle is more intriguing and potentially competitive than it might at first seem. Yes, Centrowitz is the 2011 world championships 1500...

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How the Internet Helped Build Better Olympic Runners

August 03, 2012

By Jason Paur, Wired

When Jenny Simpson won the 1500 meter race at the World Championships last year, even she looked surprised. She’d surged from the back of the pack with one lap left and became the first American woman since 1983 to take the “metric Mile” title. She’ll be racing in London as...

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