Mile News Tagged Ncaa Indoor Mile

Elinor Purrier, UNH’s most decorated athlete, begins her professional running career

July 03, 2018

“Now it’s a different atmosphere because it’s my job. I think that a lot of things are going to change as a professional runner..."

By Nick Stoico, Monitor staff

After graduating in May as the most decorated athlete in University of New Hampshire history, Elinor Purrier turned pro by signing...

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Coburn Wins CU’s First NCAA Indoor Mile Crown

March 09, 2013

By Linda Sprouse, Colorado Athletics

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Senior Emma Coburn claimed the University of Colorado's first NCAA indoor Mile crown on Saturday night; finishing the race with a blazing fast time of 4:29.91.

"We've had some great Milers at Colorado, male and female, so it's such an...

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Target on His Back, O’Hare Ready for NCAA Title Defense

March 08, 2013

By David Monti, Race Results Weekly

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.-- Sitting in the lobby of his hotel about 20 miles north of here in Bentonville, Chris O'Hare is the picture of composure. Sitting in an overstuffed chair wearing loose-fitting shorts, a "Tulsa" T-shirt, and Nike trainers (untied), he rises...

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2012 NCAA Indoor Mile Champ Primed for Title Defense

February 28, 2013

University of Tulsa's Chris O'Hare set an NCAA record earlier this month.

By Peter Gambaccini, Runner's World

Chris O’Hare of the University of Tulsa won the Mile at the 2012 NCAA Indoor Championships and will defend his title on March 8 and 9 in Fayetteville, Arkansas. O’Hare ran 3:52.98 for...

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2013 NCAA Men’s Indoor Mile Preview

January 09, 2013

By Isaac Wood, The Wood Report

Isaac Wood, Brigham Young University's Track Manager / Assistant is a self-professed running junkie who loves to analyze the sport of Track & Field. His father Bob Wood was the Long Distance Chairman for USA Track & Field for years and one of the most prominent...

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