Mile News Tagged New Balance High School Indoor Nationals


Elise Cranny Joins the High School Elite

April 30, 2013

The Niwot High junior has Mary Cain in her sights.

By Marc Bloom, Running Times (Image by Victor Sailer/PhotoRun)

Recipe for outstanding high school distance running: parents who are Ironman triathletes, years of youth swimming for a huge reservoir of cardiovascular fitness, coaching that...

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Hillhouse’s Precious Holmes, Staples’ Henry Wynne a Record-Breaking Duo

March 31, 2013

By Mary Albl, Minuteman News Center

NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Staples senior Henry Wynne and Hillhouse senior Precious Holmes met for the first time on a rainy March afternoon inside the Floyd Little Athletic Center.

A few courtesy exchanges took place before they found common ground.

“I was...

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Staples’ Wynne Captures National Mile Title

March 11, 2013

By Mary Albl, Minuteman News Center

NEW YORK -- As he crossed the finish line Sunday afternoon at The Armory in first place, Staples’ Henry Wynne gave his signature fist pump, but this time it maybe meant a little bit more.

Running at the New Balance Indoor Track National Championships, Wynne...

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Gilley Seeks Indoor Mile Title

March 06, 2013

High School Athlete of the Week

By Marc Bloom, Running Times

Athlete: Trevor Gilley
Year: Senior
School: Southlake Carroll High School
Location: Southlake, TX
800m PR: 1:52.99 (outdoors)
Mile PR: 4:08.24 (indoors)

After his 4:08.24 Brooks Invitational Mile victory in Seattle on Feb....

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Southerland Has A Mind for Winning

March 06, 2013

The Cardozo senior and Millrose Mile champion has shown perfect race tactics this winter. Will her instincts pay off at nationals?

By Marc Bloom, Running Times

It’s no wonder that Sabrina Southerland of New York has the most consistent record of any middle-distance runner in the country this...

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