Mile News Tagged Patrick Casey


Deep Field of Sub-4 Milers Ready to Race in Pittsburgh at the 4th GNC Live Well Liberty Mile

July 29, 2015

Thirteen sub-4 minute men’s Milers and five sub-4:30 minute women’s Milers expected in Steel City for Friday evening, July 31 event; $25,000 prize purse; third stop on Bring Back the Mile Grand Prix Tour 2015

From P3R Events

A prize purse of $25,000 has attracted some of the country’s top...

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Track star Patrick Casey eyes 2016 Olympics

August 31, 2014

I think I have a good combination of speed and endurance and that helps with the Mile. It is a very difficult event. I will say that. It's never easy.

By Scott Mansch, Great Falls Tribune

EDITOR'S NOTE: There have been many track and field standouts in Montana history, and Patrick Casey is...

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Catching Up with Miler Patrick Casey

February 15, 2013

By Scott Bush, Runnerspace

After transfering from Montana State University to the University of Oklahoma just over a year ago, middle distance star Patrick Casey is ready for a big senior track season. After running a collegiate #1 Mile time of 3:56.28 at the Razorback Invitational back at the...

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2013 NCAA Men’s Indoor Mile Preview

January 09, 2013

By Isaac Wood, The Wood Report

Isaac Wood, Brigham Young University's Track Manager / Assistant is a self-professed running junkie who loves to analyze the sport of Track & Field. His father Bob Wood was the Long Distance Chairman for USA Track & Field for years and one of the most prominent...

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