Mile News Tagged Mary Cain


The Mile, the IAAF and Our Opportunity

November 25, 2014

A time of Thanksgiving and ahead more wishes fulfilled for the storied distance

By David Monico, Bring Back the Mile

There are many things to be thankful for this week, but we couldn’t have been more thrilled to see last week that the Mile was included in the list of qualifying events for the...

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Simpson Delivers, McNamara Surprises on Fifth Avenue

September 13, 2014

Record 14 women break 4:30 in the same Mile race; 15 men go sub-4; world's largest road Mile draws 5,610 finishers who race down storied thoroughfare

From NYRR

NEW YORK – Jenny Simpson had all the momentum—and the pressure—when she lined up for the 2014 NYRR Fifth Avenue Mile late Saturday...

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American Middle-Distance Stars to Lead Blockbuster 5th Avenue Mile

September 04, 2014

Defending champion Simpson will battle local New York teenage phenom Cain; 2013 IAAF World Outdoor Championships 1500 meter silver medalist Centrowitz will attempt to reprise 2012 victory

From NYRR

NEW YORK—A trio of top American middle-distance runners—Jenny Simpson, Mary Cain and ...

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Cain Readies for Nationals & Beyond

June 24, 2014

"I’m welcoming the idea that people will be thinking of me as Mary Cain the professional, not Mary Cain the high schooler.”

By Marc Bloom, Running Times

Poised to run her first major race of the outdoor season in this weekend’s USA Outdoor Championships in Sacramento, California, Mary Cain...

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Middle-distance phenom Mary Cain about to graduate to next level, college

June 16, 2014

"At this point, I just kind of roll with it. I don't really know what to expect these next few years. And I kind of like that. I kind of like it being a little bit of a mystery. For me and for everybody."

By John Jeansonne, Newsday

So not everything and everyone are in Mary Cain's rearview...

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Heather Kampf Named to U.S. Indoor Team for Worlds

March 03, 2014

Mary Cain, U.S. 1500m indoor champion, withdraws with a calf injury.

By Jon Gugala, Competitor.com

It was around 9:00am this morning and Heather Kampf had just run 10 miles on the treadmill, escaping the interminable Minnesota winter, when she received a call from a phone number she didn’t...

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Cain Wins NYRR Wanamaker Mile

February 16, 2014

A year later, "Cainsanity" is still very much alive and well at the Armory.

By Megan Hetzel, Runner's World

When Mary Cain stepped onto the Armory track on Saturday afternoon sporting a black Nike Oregon Project singlet, then ran a patient first half in the chase pack before unleashing her...

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Plenty of Drama on Tap at Millrose

February 14, 2014

A record try for Cain, a farewell for Webb, a homage to Nurmi by Lagat

By Peter Gambaccini, Runner's World

The Millrose Games in New York, now at the Armory Track & Field Center in upper Manhattan, will be staged for the 107th time Saturday. As always, the meet that has produced so much track...

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A Scintillating Match-Up at Millrose: Mary Cain Versus Alexa Efraimson

February 12, 2014

What to expect when the two teens meet in the elite women’s Wanamaker Mile on Saturday.

By Marc Bloom, Running Times

Anyone who watched Mary Cain win the New Balance 1000m in Boston last Saturday has to wonder what Alexa Efraimson was thinking about that performance. Efraimson will be making...

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World Championships Medalist Matthew Centrowitz and Teenage Track Sensation Mary Cain to headline NY

January 29, 2014

Three-time Olympian Nick Willis and USA champion Morgan Uceny also among top competitors

NEW YORK — Moscow World Championships silver medalist Matthew Centrowitz and teenage track sensation Mary Cain will headline the NYRR Wanamaker Mile fields at the NYRR Millrose Games on Saturday, February...

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