Mile News Tagged Treniere Moser


NYRR Wanamaker Mile Features Rematch of Centrowitz vs. Willis

February 04, 2016

Shannon Rowbury also to defend NYRR Wanamaker Mile title against star-studded women’s field

From NYRR

The NYRR Wanamaker Mile at the 109th NYRR Millrose Games will feature a riveting rematch between defending champion Matthew Centrowitz, of Portland OR, and 2015 runner-up and the fastest...

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U.S. female Milers have high hopes at Pre Classic 2015

May 20, 2015

Simpson, Rowbury, Coburn and Moser are all contenders in 1500 meters

From The Register-Guard

Traditionally, American women haven’t fared well at the Prefontaine Classic 1500 meter race.

This year could be a different story.

American’s Jenny Simpson, Shannon Rowbury, Emma Coburn and ...

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Centrowitz, Rowbury Win Wanamaker Mile Titles

February 14, 2015

Lagat shatters Masters (40 & older) Mile world record; near record 10 men go sub-4 indoors at 108th NYRR Millrose Games

By Jim Gerweck, Mile wire

NEW YORK – The Mile is generally considered to be the perfect race in the track & field canon because of its near-perfect symmetry. Four laps of...

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Lagat, Cain Headline NYRR Wanamaker Mile 2015

February 02, 2015

108th NYRR Millrose Games, set for Saturday, Feb.14, draws stellar international fields with past champions for storied race

NEW YORK — Eight-time champion Bernard Lagat of Tucson, AZ, and New York native and defending champion, Mary Cain, 18, of Portland, OR, will star in the NYRR Wanamaker...

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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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Comeback Kid Treniere Moser Leaves the Retirement Plans Behind

June 17, 2013

By Ken Goe, The Oregonian

Treniere Moser is so tough and stubbornly determined that when she fell on the home straight of the 1500 semifinals at the 2004 U.S. Olympic Trials, she crawled across the finish line.

But guts and determination take an athlete only so far, by the close of the 2012...

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5 Questions with Treniere Moser

May 21, 2013

Welcome back to 5 Questions, where we will pick the brains of people from all areas of the running scene. Today, we were lucky enough to catch up with Treniere Moser. Follow Treniere on Twitter @TreniereMoser

1. Daily Relay: First off, congrats on your big PR and World ‘A’ Standard in the 5000...

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Treniere Moser Teams Up with Alberto Salazar

March 28, 2013

Three-time USA 1500 champ seeks return to top form.

By Peter Gambaccini, Runner's World

Treniere Moser, the USA 1500 meter champion from 2005 to 2007, came into the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials needing an Olympic ”A” standard and a top three finish to earn a trip to London. “It was a little...

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Could Mary Cain Win a National Title at Age 16?

February 21, 2013

She has the fastest Mile time of the year among entrants for March 2-3 indoor championships.

By Peter Gambaccini, Runner's World

Mary Cain has entered the 800-meter run and the Mile at the USA Indoor Track & Field Championships, to be held March 2 and 3 in Albuquerque. The 16-year-old...

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Birmingham, Uceny Win B.A.A. Mile

April 15, 2012

Groleau, Heffernan B.A.A. Scholastic Mile champions

By Jim O'Brien and Barbara Huebner

BOSTON - (April 15, 2012) - A field of elite male Milers - just five - lined up in near perfect conditions to contest the fourth B.A.A. Mile. Defending champion, Andy Baddeley from Great Britain, was not...

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