Mile News Tagged New Balance Indoor Grand Prix

MacLean wins thrilling homecoming New Balance Indoor Grand Prix Mile

February 05, 2023

“I’ve been visualizing this for so long. Actually seeing it, and seeing my family with a whole row to themselves with all my nieces and nephews here, made me so happy.”

By Matt Williams, The Salem News

BOSTON — Heather MacLean is still getting used to the idea of racing from the front — so...

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Pair of HS sub-4 Milers lead the field in Junior international Mile at New Balance Indoor Grand Prix

February 01, 2023

Multiple international medalists make for two of the deepest Mile races in high school history; NBC live broadcast from 4:00pm to 6:00pm EST


BOSTON – For the first-time in U.S. high school history, two sub-4 minute Milers will race head-to-head in a high school-only indoor Mile at...

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Meet rising star Heather MacLean

February 16, 2021

“Running with this group, she’s taken it up a level. She knows she belongs. She knows with a lap to go she’s going to be there."

By Sarah Lorge Butler, Runner's World

Ask Heather MacLean, who is an 800 meter / 1500 meter / Mile specialist, which event is her favorite, and she’ll tell you it’s...

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Principe, Mareno Lead Junior Mile Fields at New Balance Indoor Grand Prix

January 18, 2017

Stellar high school competition expected on Saturday, Jan. 28 in Boston at the Reggie Lewis Track & Athletic Center

From New Balance Indoor Grand Prix

BOSTON – DJ Principe, ranked #1 in the U.S. this season in the Mile and 3000 meters, and Nevada Mareno, who earlier this month won a bronze...

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Willis Wins New Balance Indoor GP Mile

February 08, 2015

2008 Olympic 1500 silver medalist also sets meet and New Zealand indoor records; USA's Ben Blankenship runner-up clocking 3:53.13 (#8 U.S. male indoors)


BOSTON - Being a stay-at-home dad is working quite well for Nick Willis who became a father in the summer of 2013. Last year,...

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Richards, Lantz Set for Girls’ Junior Invitational Mile in Boston

February 03, 2015

Pair to face high school Mile aces Frazier and Sheva at New Balance Indoor Grand Prix on Saturday, Feb. 7

BOSTON – Massachusetts prep stars Kaley Richards and Olivia Lantz will face Ryen Frazier and Marissa Sheva, the two fastest indoor Milers in the U.S. so far this season, in the Girls’...

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Carleo, Garmon Set for Boys’ Junior Invitational Mile

January 16, 2015

Top HS field also includes Ritz, Wetzel and Muniz at New Balance Indoor Grand Prix on Saturday, Feb. 7

BOSTON – Massachusetts standouts Nick Carleo and P.J. Garmon are among the U.S. prep stars set for the Boys’ Junior Invitational Mile at the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix on Saturday, Feb. 7,...

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Jenny Simpson Returning to New Balance Indoor Grand Prix

December 04, 2014

2011 World 1500m champion and two-time Olympian to compete in 2 Mile at Boston meet on February 7, 2015

BOSTON - Jenny Simpson, the most-decorated woman at 1500 meters in U.S. history, is the first athlete set for the 2015 New Balance Indoor Grand Prix, organizers have announced.

The New...

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Rupp Enters New Balance Indoor GP Mile

February 03, 2014

"A competitive Mile race would be the best preparation for the USA & World Indoor Championships."

From New Balance Indoor Grand Prix

BOSTON — Galen Rupp, the 2012 Olympic silver medalist at 10,000 meters and seven-time USA champion who holds four U.S. records, is a late addition to the Mile...

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Matthew Centrowitz Wants Wanamaker Mile Record Saturday

February 13, 2013

He'll shoot for win and sub-3:52 at the Millrose Games.

By Peter Gambaccini, Runner's World

Matthew Centrowitz, 23, won the Wanamaker Mile at the 2012 Millrose Games in 3:53.92. He returns to the Games on Saturday at the Armory in New York with Bernard Lagat’s Wanamaker record of 3:52.87 as...

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