Mile News Tagged Jdl Fast Track

Life in the Fast Lane

February 01, 2017

How a local runner—and an NCAA ruling—made the JDL Fast Track a winter haven for track athletes near and far.

By Chris Gigley, Winston-Salem Monthly

Winston-Salem and track athletes all over the state are lucky David Shannon loves to run and hates the cold. JDL Fast Track wouldn’t exist if he...

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Olympians, International Pros & Rising Stars Ready to Race to Camel City

January 30, 2017

Chelimo, Bishop, Oliver and Manzano headline February 4th indoor meet to be streamed live online by RunnerSpace; 5th edition to award more than $50,000 in prize money and bonuses

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – JDL Fast Track has announced deep fields for the 5th Camel City Elite, to be held in...

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JDL Fast Track races with top U.S. indoor meets

January 26, 2016

"If you build it, they will come." - Shannon Rowbury, two-time Olympian, who is returning to defend her Mile title

By Eddie Wooten, News & Record

When Tiger Woods played in Greensboro's Wyndham Championship for the first time in August, he gushed about the small-town feel of the event and the...

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Camel City Elite Adds Top HS Athletes to Open Fields

December 22, 2015

Anna Cockrell, Drew Hunter and Kate Murphy to battle pros and collegians at January 30, 2016 indoor meet

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – JDL Fast Track has added some of the top high school track & field athletes in the country to compete against the pros and collegians at Camel City Elite on Saturday,...

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Camel City Elite 2016: Manzano, Rowbury, Symmonds, Oliver, more money!

November 04, 2015

Indoor Mile races, BBTM Featured Event, offer $15,000 plus $1000 facility record bonus

By Eddie Wooten, Greensboro News & Record

Olympians Leo Manzano, David Oliver, Shannon Rowbury and Nick Symmonds have committed to return to compete on Saturday, January 30 in JDL Fast Track's Camel City...

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The Milers: Morgan Uceny

January 29, 2015

2011 IAAF Diamond League 1500m champion and only the second U.S. woman to finish ranked #1 internationally at 1500m / Mile, three-time USA champion, NCAA All-American at Cornell University and B.A.A. Elite team member, vies for portion of $15,000 Camel City Elite Mile prize purse on Saturday,...

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The Milers: Cory Leslie

January 28, 2015

JDL Fast Track facility and North Carolina state record holder in the indoor Mile, NCAA All-American at Ohio State and Furman Elite team member vies for portion of $15,000 Camel City Elite Mile prize purse on Saturday, January 31.

By Bring Back the Mile

In 2015, Bring Back the Mile will bring...

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5 Questions: Craig Longhurst of JDL Fast Track

January 28, 2015

"Running is such a social sport and we have tried to target athletes who are marketable and people want to hang out with."

By Pat Price,

Once again, the newest TFAA Board member, Craig Longhurst, has put together an incredible field and meet within a meet at the 2015 Hilton...

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Rowbury, Uceny, Leer Headline 2015 Camel City Elite Fields

November 04, 2014

Guaranteed $15,000 prize purse for Camel City Mile (men) and Mellow Mile (women) indoors on Saturday, January 31

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – JDL Fast Track has announced that two-time Olympian and former Duke University alum Shannon Rowbury, Olympian Morgan Uceny and 3:51 Miler and 2014 World Indoor...

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2015 Camel City Elite Prize Money Announced

October 01, 2014

Event record of more than $35,000 including $4000 for men’s and women’s Mile champions; indoor meet slated for Saturday, January 31, 2015

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – JDL Fast Track has announced the prize money for the 2015 edition of the Camel City Elite races, to be held in conjunction with the...

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