Mile News Tagged Shannon Rowbury


For Rowbury, a Week of Start Lines

September 19, 2013

Two-time NYRR Fifth Avenue Mile champion gets engaged, new coach, ready for Sunday's event

By Barbara Huebner, Marathon News Service

This has been a big week for Shannon Rowbury, and it’s far from over.

On Tuesday, while Rowbury was in Golden Gate Park doing the last hard workout of her...

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Shannon Rowbury Joins Salazar’s Oregon Project

September 17, 2013

“I would like to thank Coach Cook for everything he has done for me."

By Peter Gambaccini, Runner's World

Shannon Rowbury, the 2009 World Championships 1500 meter bronze medalist who has been a finalist in two Olympic 1500s, will join Coach Alberto Salazar and the Nike Oregon Project after...

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World Championships Medalists Lead Fields for NYRR Fifth Avenue Mile

September 12, 2013

Men’s and women’s fields will also include Olympians Bernard Lagat, Leo Manzano, Evan Jager, Shannon Rowbury and Morgan Uceny; Open prize purse $30,000 with $5000 for each race champion at 33rd edition

From NYRR

NEW YORK -- More than 15 Olympians and World Championships contestants will...

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Simpson Earns First Diamond League Victory of Her Career – Wins Monaco 1500

July 19, 2013

Americans take 4 of the top 5 spots; 2013 USA 1500 champion Treniere Moser struggles and finishes last

By LetsRun.com

MONACO – Reigning world champion Jenny Simpson of the U.S., who last year finished dead last in her semifinal heat of the Olympics, is officially back. She’s not just back,...

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Miler Rowbury Might Run 5000 at USA Championships

May 31, 2013

Two-time Olympian at 1500 meters is in the Prefontaine Classic 5000.

By Peter Gambaccini, Runner's World

Shannon Rowbury, two-time Olympic 1500 meter finalist and bronze medalist in the 1500 at the 2009 World Championships, may be in an unfamiliar position at 3:22pm Central Time on Sunday,...

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Olympian Shannon Rowbury Runs Her Game in Berkeley

February 19, 2013

Although Rowbury lives in San Francisco, you may spot her during or after training around Berkeley.

By Hal Lifson, Berkeley Patch

San Francisco is home to the fastest female 1500-meter runner in the U.S. Shannon Rowbury, but Berkeley is where she logs a lot of her toughest Miles.

The 1500...

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Games of the XXX Olympiad - Metric Mile Viewer’s Guide

August 10, 2012

By Bring Back the Mile

Below we have provided links to the schedule, athletes and related event previews. We will be updating this page through the metric Mile / 1500 meter rounds with results.

MEN'S RESULTS

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Olympics 2012: Indiana Morgan Uceny advances in 1500 meters

August 06, 2012

By David Woods, Indystar

LONDON -- Morgan Uceny of Plymouth, Ind., and world champion Jenny Simpson today both advanced to semifinals of the women's 1500 meters at the Olympic Games.

Top six from each of three heats, plus the next six times, qualified for Wednesday's semifinals...

...The...

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Confidence Growing, Rowbury Ready for Rigors of 1500m Rounds

July 24, 2012

“I feel like I can get better as the rounds progress because I’m able to recover quickly and bounce back.”
By David Monti, (c) 2012 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved

TEDDINGTON, England – (July 24, 2012) – The three rounds of the 1500m at the Olympic Games makes that event a...

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Rowbury’s roots helped cultivate Olympic career

July 22, 2012

By Alexis Terrazas, San Francisco Examine

Andy Chan first witnessed it 14 years ago, and has seen it hundreds of times since.

It’s the simple sight of his former student, Shannon Rowbury, jumping up and down two to three times before each and every race. But four years ago at the Beijing...

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