Mile News Tagged Moscow 2013


Mary Cain: N.Y. Teen Versus the World

August 10, 2013

At 17, Cain is the youngest woman to run the 1500 meters Sunday at the IAAF World Championships in Moscow.

By Sara Germano, Wall Street Journal

Mary Cain's schedule on Sunday will differ from that of every other high school kid in New York or even the whole U.S.

At 17, Cain is the youngest...

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Simpson Earns First Diamond League Victory of Her Career – Wins Monaco 1500

July 19, 2013

Americans take 4 of the top 5 spots; 2013 USA 1500 champion Treniere Moser struggles and finishes last

By LetsRun.com

MONACO – Reigning world champion Jenny Simpson of the U.S., who last year finished dead last in her semifinal heat of the Olympics, is officially back. She’s not just back,...

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5 Minutes with Cory McGee

July 17, 2013

The Florida senior-to-be talks about making the U.S. team headed to Moscow for the World Championships

By John A. Kissane, Running Times

Cory McGee got started running alongside her father, Jim, at age 9 in Pass Christian, Miss. But her first taste of racing came a few years later, while the...

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Cory McGee Gets Standard, Headed to Moscow!

July 13, 2013

By Jason Byrne, MileSplit

The quest that started a month ago is now over. The University of Florida's Cory McGee earned her spot on the plane to represent the USA at the World Championships in Moscow next month.

It began at the USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Des Moines, Iowa....

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Men’s 1500 Meter Team for World Champs Finalized

July 08, 2013

Centrowitz, Manzano, and Lomong will go to Moscow.

By Peter Gambaccini, Runner's World

The confusing and somewhat nerve-racking matter of who will represent the United States in the men’s 1500 at the World Championships next month was resolved on Saturday after a fast race at Meeting Areva, a...

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