Mile News Tagged New York Road Runners


When the Fifth Avenue Mile was YUUUGE

October 04, 2018

Two years into his six-year agreement to sponsor the Fifth Avenue Mile, Trump backed out.

By Liam Boylan-Pett, LopeMagazine.com

For Jake LaSala, mostly everything about the Fifth Avenue Mile in 1997 was business as usual. As the start-line coordinator for many of the New York Road Runners...

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Best-Selling Author Malcolm Gladwell Runs 5:03 Mile

September 15, 2015

"The Tipping Point" writer places ninth in 50-54 age group at 35th Fifth Avenue Mile.

By Scott Douglas, Runner's World

Malcolm Gladwell, author of The Tipping Point and other best-selling nonfiction books, ran 5:03 at Sunday's Fifth Avenue Mile in New York. It was his third consecutive...

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Marathon, Meh, Try Running a Mile

September 09, 2014

Running the Mile is becoming more popular among marathoners, children and recreational runners who don't have as much time to train for longer distances.

By Kevin Helliker, Wall Street Journal

It took Taylor Gilland less than four minutes this February to run a Mile, earning him membership in...

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On the Run: NYRR Fifth Avenue Mile Highlights Presented by Nissan

September 22, 2012

By the New York Road Runners

The 5th Avenue Mile featured world class Milers and over 5,400 total finishers. The NYRR On the Run show highlighted the days action.

 

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Going Head to Head: Who is the Greatest Miler in History?

September 20, 2012

By Barbara Huebner, NYRR News

Some of the greatest Milers in the world have won the Fifth Avenue Mile Presented by Nissan, which will be run for the 32nd time on Saturday. Sydney Maree, Steve Scott, Mary Slaney, John Walker, Peter Elliott, and Bernard Lagat are among those who have broken the...

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Centrowitz Breaks Into U.S. Top 10

August 24, 2012

By Barbara Huebner, New York Road Runners

Matthew Centrowitz set a huge personal best at Thursday’s Diamond League meeting in Lausanne, Switzerland, and said that he’s not done yet.

“I still have a lot of racing left in me,” he said here after coming on strong in the last half-lap of the 1500...

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