Mile News Tagged Sarah Brown


Engels, Schneider Headline Aetna Falmouth Elite Mile

August 15, 2018

Deep international fields also includes Olympians, past men's event champions and rising stars; $15,000 guaranteed prize purse

From Falmouth Road Race

FALMOUTH, Mass. - Defending men's champion Craig Engels and Rachel Schneider, fresh off a gold medal performance, headline the fields for the...

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2018 GNC Live Well Liberty Mile Attracts Its Deepest Field

July 12, 2018

Six sub-4:30 minute women’s Milers, 10 sub-4 minute men’s Milers to compete for $25,000 Open purse with $5000 for each race champion on Friday evening, July 20 in downtown Pittsburgh; third stop on the BBTM Grand Prix Tour 2018

From P3R

PITTSBURGH – The GNC Live Well Liberty Mile on Friday...

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Defending Champ Ben Blankenship, Top U.S. Miler Amanda Eccleston Headline GNC Live Well Liberty Mile

July 05, 2018

Friday, July 20 night time Mile race in The City of Champions offers a $30,000 prize purse; third stop on the BBTM Grand Prix Tour 2018

From P3R

PITTSBURGH – Defending champion Ben Blankenship and top U.S. Miler Amanda Eccleston headline a deep field of professional runners at this year’s GNC...

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Defending Champ Emily Lipari Returns to Medtronic TC 1 Mile

May 07, 2018

Minneapolis riverfront course to host more than 2,500 runners; $25,000 Open prize purse; Bring Back the Mile Grand Prix Tour 2018 second stop

From Twin Cities In Motion

ST. PAUL, Minn. – Last year’s Medtronic TC 1 Mile women’s champion Emily Lipari of San Diego returns to defend her title...

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Top Fields Set for 2018 USATF 1 Mile Road Championships at Grand Blue Mile

April 12, 2018

Katie Mackey to defend women’s national title; $25,000 guaranteed national championship purse with $5000 for each national champion; also the Bring Back the Mile Grand Prix #Tour2018 season opener

From Grand Blue Mile

DES MOINES, Iowa - Grand Blue Mile race officials have announced the fields...

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Baby Steps (literally & figuratively)

January 30, 2017

From a personal standpoint, I have to say that 2016 was, without a doubt, the BEST for me.

By Sarah Brown, AthleteBiz

Well it’s a new year! So new year means new goals, new perspectives and a fresh outlook for the future. Right? Right!

From a personal standpoint, I have to say that 2016...

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Four months after giving birth, Sarah Brown lines up at Olympic Trials

July 06, 2016

Featured in a new ESPN film series, her first round heat of the women’s 1500 meters on Thursday, July 7 in TrackTown USA

By Alison Wade, Runner's World

If professional runner Sarah Brown, 29, and her husband and coach, Darren Brown, had written out a plan a year ago to maximize her chances of...

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Baby to Olympic Team in Four Months?

March 06, 2016

Sarah Brown gives birth to a girl and now begins her personal race to July’s Olympic Trials in Eugene and "something special".

By Alison Wade, RunnersWorld.com

Top American middle-distance runner Sarah Brown gave birth to her first child, a girl, Darren Brown, announced on Twitter Friday...

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Filmmaker Chosen for First-Ever espnW Film Fellowship Grant

February 26, 2016

"Run Mama Run" by Daniele Anastasion will examine motherhood and athleticism through the eyes of Sarah Brown, a professional Miler who is training through her pregnancy for the Olympic Trials 2016.

By Jennifer Cingari, ESPN Media Zone

The espnW Film Fellowship program presented by Walmart...

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How Runner Sarah Brown Is Getting Ready for the Olympic Trials – While She’s Pregnant

November 17, 2015

"As we went into the pregnancy, our biggest approach was that we don't know what each day is going to bring, but we know we don't have just one path to accomplishing our goal."

By Diana Pearl, People Magazine

2015 was supposed to be Sarah Brown's year.

The runner, who is gearing up to...

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