Mile News Tagged Mary Cain


Alberto Salazar Is Coaching High Schooler and Mile Ace Cain

October 20, 2012

By John Brant, Runner's World

For Mary Cain, it began with a hero-worship photo-op at the Olympic Trials last June. For Alberto Salazar, it began later in the summer, when he watched a YouTube video on his laptop computer. From these seemingly humble seeds a potentially mighty tree has...

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Mary Cain sets U.S. high school 1500 mark at world junior meet

July 16, 2012

Bronxville runner earns sixth place with a finish of 4:11.01

By The Journal News

Bronxville track star Mary Cain continued to shine Sunday at the International Association of Athletics Federations World Junior Championships in Barcelona, Spain, setting another United States record in the...

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At Penn Relays, Cain more than able in girls’ high school Mile

April 28, 2012

By Ted Silary, Phillynews.com

PHILADELPHIA - Mary Cain has heard the story umpteen times. Oops, let's make that umpteen-and-one.

The latest retelling occurred Thursday as Cain, with her father doing the driving, rode from Bronxville, N.Y., a New York City suburb, to Franklin Field to compete...

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2012 Track Chats - Mary Cain

March 30, 2012

By Aaron Rich, MileSplit

Welcome to Track Chats 2012! We continue with distance sensation Mary Cain from Bronxville HS in New York.  Mary has run 4:46.91 for One Mile and 2:06.44 for 800m. Watch out for Mary as the season rolls on! 

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