Mile News Tagged Morgan Uceny

LetsRun’s Look Back at Morgan Uceny’s Career

December 16, 2016

Former #1 ranked 1500 / Mile athlete, Diamond League champion and 2012 Olympian suffered disappointment in global championship finals

By Robert Johnson,

For most runners, when we catch the bug in middle school or high school, the dream is the same – to make the Olympics. Morgan...

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Merber, Mackey Repeat as Aetna Falmouth Mile Champions

August 20, 2016

Manikas-Hill, Sessa win Tommy Cochary High School Mile titles

From New Balance Falmouth Road Race

FALMOUTH, Mass. — Kyle Merber and Katie Mackey both repeated as champions of the Aetna Falmouth Elite Mile on Saturday night with Merber winning for the second consecutive time and Mackey...

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Uceny aims for return to Olympics

July 02, 2016

“It’s the only thing I’m thinking about. Making the team is the only thing that matters.”

By Tim Creason, South Bend Tribune Correspondent

The last time the world got a good look at Morgan Uceny, she was lying flat on the ground.

The pride of Plymouth fell to the track just as she was...

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Uceny is back: wins Furman Elite 1500 meters

June 07, 2016

2012 Olympic Trials 1500m champion leads 8 women under the 2016 Olympic standard

By Meg Bellino, FloTrack

The goal of the Furman Elite 1500m is simple. Set up two races, rabbit them perfectly, and help athletes get the Olympic standard.

The event was a massive success on the women's side as...

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Bolas, Kampf Defend Bring Back the Mile Grand Prix Tour Titles

September 13, 2015

Grand prix tour with 4 stops awarded more than $80,000 plus $7500 GP purse; Running Warehouse’s “Pick-the-Winner” contest engaged Mile fans at every event for second edition

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – Jack Bolas and Heather Kampf defended their Bring Back the Mile Grand Prix Tour titles with 16...

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Olympian Morgan Uceny wins the 25th High Street Mile

August 03, 2015

Proceeds from the event are going toward the Friends of Newburyport Track, which is a newly formed organization dedicated to getting a state-of-the-art track & field complex.

By Dan Harrison, Daily News

Familiarity doesn’t always breed success.

Nearly 600 runners showed up for the 25th High...

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What Athletes Eat: Morgan Uceny’s Pre Long-Run Dinner

June 24, 2015

The 2012 Olympian is qualified for the USATF Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Oregon, this weekend and is looking forward to a summer on the European racing circuit, with her eyes firmly on the big picture, the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro next year.

By Natalie Gingerich Mackenzie, ESPN W


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Seyaum, Gebremeskel Win B.A.A. Invitational Mile

April 18, 2015

Women's winner Dawit Seyaum, just 18, sets event record at 7th edition on Marathon Saturday

From Boston Athletic Association

BOSTON - Seeking shelter from both a headwind and her own inexperience on Saturday morning, Dawit Seyaum ran the first loop of the B.A.A. Invitational Mile tucked in...

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Leslie, Rowbury Smash Records at Camel City Mile

January 31, 2015

Bring Back the Mile Grand Prix Tour 2015 opens with a bang, bang at first stop; five men also go sub-4

By David Monico, Bring Back the Mile

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – With the lights turned low, the music loud, an energetic crowd and ready-to-race athletes, the 3rd Camel City Elite Miles at the...

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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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