July 12, 2020
More than anything, the lockdown, in an odd and unexpected way, has led him to rediscover the joy of running.
By Scott Cacciola, The New York Times
On an overcast morning in late March, a few days after the International Olympic Committee announced it was postponing the 2020 Tokyo Games...
February 23, 2017
“A lot of coaches can just get you in shape. It takes a special coach to get you to believe."
By Sabrina Yohannes, RunBlogRun
If his trademark headbands help you to locate Kyle Merber in a crowded race, you are not alone.
"It's easy for my mom to follow me," the native New Yorker Merber...
February 02, 2017
Three HOKA NJ*NY Track Club coached athletes entered in famed Wanamaker Mile at upcoming 110th NYRR Millrose Games
NEW YORK – If 55 years of coaching track & field have taught Frank Gagliano anything, it’s to keep going.
The legendary coach, now in his seventh year at the helm of ...
May 30, 2014
The 4-minute barrier remains elusive for the former football player
By Liam Boylan-Pett, Running Times
On March 8, Ford Palmer ran a Mile in 4:00.43. A year earlier, he had run 4:00.46, so at least his March effort was a step forward. On April 26, he ran 4:00.00 at Penn Relays. Another PR,...
February 12, 2013
By Mario Fraioli, Competitor Group
Kate Grace is off to a hot start on the indoor track circuit this winter. The 24-year-old, who is sponsored by Oiselle and trains with Frank Gagliano’s New Jersey-New York Track Club, turned more than a few heads with an 8:55.06, second-place finish in the...