Mile News Tagged Pete Julian


Shannon Rowbury’s Final Olympic Games: 1500 or 5000?

June 03, 2020

"I really love the 1500 but if I can be fit enough to sustain the rounds of a 5K, then you know, I think I could also be a contender there..."

By Sieg Lindstrom, Track & Field News

The 1500 may no longer be her primary event—although that decision’s not etched in stone—but any discussion of...

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When not winning races, Craig Engels can light up a room

April 05, 2020

"You don’t have to 24 / 7 serious to be a U.S. champion. You have don’t have to make a choice."

By Ken Goe, The Oregonian / OregonLive

Coach Pete Julian remembers when Craig Engels first breezed into Julian’s group of elite distance runners within the Nike Oregon Project in 2017, smile spread...

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Rowbury is undaunted by coronavirus or Olympics postponement

March 26, 2020

"I hope I can race well and show that even though I’m 35 and even though I have a child, my ability as an athlete hasn’t diminished and I deserve to have a contract, have an opportunity to toe the line at nationals, hopefully make that Olympic team and go after a medal.”

By Ken Goe | The...

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Craig Engels looks ahead post-NOP

October 27, 2019

"If I’m going to do this sport, I want to enjoy my life and enjoy the people in the sport and everything about it.”

By Sarah Lorge Butler, Runner's World

An elite runner with a reputation as a fun-loving guy has had some serious matters to attend to during his offseason.

Since he finished...

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