Mile News Tagged Robert Gary


Furman Elite turning track heads

June 08, 2015

“We cover all the basic expenses. Nobody is getting rich."

By Willie T. Smith III, Greenville News

Robert Gary was in the midst of a successful coaching career at Ohio State. But after six years coaching the men’s track and field team and 16 seasons leading the men’s cross country squad at...

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Making the Most of Your Mile: Furman Elite & the Blue Shoes Mile

April 09, 2014

Presented by HOKA ONE ONE, the interview series sits down with Furman Elite's Robert Gary to speak about America's running groups, the Greenville, SC community and putting fans first.

By Bring Back the Mile

Start Small. Think Big. This is the first thing you'll see when you visit ...

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Furman Elite Adds Four Athletes

November 25, 2013

10 member training group includes Mile aces Jeff See, Cory Leslie and Jack Bolas
From Furman Elite

GREENVILLE, S.C. – After a summer of travel, adventure and racing, the Furman Elite 10 member roster is back in Greenville and gearing up for a jam-packed 2014 season. With six returners and four...

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Cory Leslie Wins Glenn Cunningham Mile

April 21, 2013

By Christopher Graber, The Morning Journal

LAWRENCE, Kan. — Cory Leslie, a 2008 Perkins graduate, was selected as one of 12 elite distance runners in the U.S. to compete in the Glenn Cunningham Mile at the 86th Kansas Relays on Saturday, April 20.

His father and high school distance coach...

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Four Runners Go Sub-4 at Blue Shoes Mile

April 14, 2013

Leslie sets meet and State record in 3:56.18; Gregson clocks women's State record in 4:40.92

By Mike Foley, Greenville Online

GREENVILLE, S.C. - A timely sprint on the last lap of the elite Blue Shoes Mile Saturday at Furman University led four men under the vaunted 4-minute Mile barrier.

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