Mile News Tagged Sean Mcgorty


How Fast Did Sean Run?

March 02, 2016

Stanford Junior McGorty clocks 3:53.95, the 4th fastest NCAA Mile indoors all-time

By David Kiefer, GoStanford.com

We know Stanford’s Sean McGorty ran a fast Mile on Saturday – 3:53.95 at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Indoor Track & Field Championships in Seattle. But to really...

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McGorty breaks 4 minute Mile barrier

January 23, 2015

"This is more of a building block than anything else. It’s obviously nice to accomplish it, but it’s a stepping stone to future success hopefully.”

By Nick Eilerson, Fairfax Times

Sean McGorty, a redshirt freshman at Stanford, made the most of his first collegiate track race last Saturday....

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Dreamin’ Up the Dream Mile Scenarios

May 22, 2013

By Christopher Chavez, Flotrack

One of the greatest high school boys races could be run on Saturday at the 2013 adidas Grand Prix in New York City with 14 runners looking to make history as the next members of the Sub-4 Mile club. Mitch Kastoff and Chris Chavez have given thought to some of the...

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Adidas Dream Mile Draws Six High School Athletes Ranked #1

May 07, 2013

Outstanding boys and girls Mile fields, including defending champion Bernie Montoya, expected in New York City on Saturday, May 25

NEW YORK – Nearly two dozen of the top high school athletes in the country – including six distance athletes ranked #1 in the United States – are now set for the...

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Penn Relays: Sean McGorty Breaks Mile Meet Record With Year’s Best U.S. High School Time

April 26, 2013

By David Rutz, The Washington Post

PHILADELPHIA – Sean McGorty’s Mile run looked so easy, so effortless, that it was almost a shock when the announcement echoed over the loudspeakers at Franklin Field on Friday.

A new Penn Relays record. The new No. 1 high school time in the U.S. this year.

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2013 Track Chat: Sean McGorty

January 24, 2013

By Aaron Rich, MileSplit

MileSplit: Your XC fitness has certainly paid off. 9:07 for 3200 and 4:11 and 2:30 for 1600m and 1000m. How does this set up the rest of your senior campaign?

Sean: I think these times are great starting points. I was thrilled with these times so early on because I am...

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