May 07, 2019
"I loved the competition, loved the travel, and loved wearing the USA uniform. I never wanted this to end."
By George Kochman, MileSplit NY
Last year, something special happened. Four boys from Northport High School broke the Outdoor 4 x 800m State Record, originally set back in 1966. ...
February 26, 2018
Get an American record, whether it’s in the Mile, the 1500. And just, even records put aside, just having a positive year...
By Jonathan Gault, LetsRun.com
It’s been a while since we’ve heard from 2016 Rio Olympic 1500 meter champion Matthew Centrowitz. After Centrowitz’s injury-plagued 2017...
June 01, 2017
I started out wanting to be a quarter Miler... Then I realized that wasn’t happening so I moved over to the Mile with Jim Ryun and Marty Liquori being the guys I admired.
By Gary Cohen
Matt Centrowitz is a two-time U.S. Olympian in the 1500 meters in 1976 in Montreal, Canada, and in the 5000...
February 05, 2017
Centrowitz is pretty darn confident you’ll enjoy his book. Why do we say that? Because he’s letting LetsRun.com visitors read a whole chapter for free.
Matt Centrowitz, the two-time Olympian and former American record holder at 5000 who is perhaps best known these days for...
November 16, 2016
Nov. 21 Press Club Newsmaker features Olympic 1500 meter gold medal champion Matthew Centrowitz with Olympian father Matt
WASHINGTON – What does it take to win the gold medal? Matthew Centrowitz, who at the Rio Olympic Games this summer became the first U.S. Olympic gold 1500 meter (the “metric...
September 30, 2016
“I want it to be a grassroot program that people feel this is their home and that this is important.” - Matt Centrowitz
By Kelyn Soong, Washington Post
There were no shoe sponsorships or endorsement deals waiting for Sam Penzenstadler as he wrapped up his stellar but under-the-radar...
September 15, 2016
“My coach Matt Centrowitz is probably one of the best in the country and is really great at developing athletes, and teaching you not just how to be a better runner, but also what it takes to really learn the sport and understand it."
By RikkiLynn Shields, The Manhattan Quadrangle
August 20, 2016
"I came into this championships with a different mind-set. Thought to myself, I’m in great shape. Just run to my capability. It wasn’t a redemption thing for London. It was about being the best I could be on this day.”
By Rick Maese, The Washington Post
RIO DE JANEIRO — It doesn’t matter how...
August 03, 2016
"I kind of embraced that kind of role as a favorite. That’s where everyone wants to be. It’s certainly harder to stay on top of the mountain than to get up there. My personality, I’ve embraced and enjoyed the spotlight."
By Adam Kilgore, The Washington Post
The joke already has hardened into...
July 19, 2016
“Kind of a cool stat was that his first team he made, he finished second, and his second team he won as well. Just another reason for me to follow in his footsteps. Like father like son.”
By Jarrid Denney, Daily Emerald
Coming into the U.S. Olympic Trials 1500 meter final, each of the men in...
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