Mile News Tagged Oregon Twilight


Andrew Wheating: No asterisk needed this time around

May 11, 2015

“I was trying to be this goofy, 20-year-old kid from 2008, but that’s not who I am anymore. Everyone has to grow up. I’m still a child at heart, but I’m an adult now. I have to adjust to a different form of running.”

By Austin  Meek, The Register-Guard

Maybe it’s a sign of how things have...

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HS runner Matthew Maton runs a historic sub-4 Mile

May 09, 2015

“This week I couldn’t sleep, I kept thinking about 4 minutes. I know you aren’t supposed to think about it, but I couldn’t stop.”

By Christopher Keizur, Daily Emerald

At the bell, three athletes sprinted around the curve, spurred on by the cheering of the Hayward faithful. The runners were...

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