Mile News Tagged Usa Outdoor Championships

Matthew Centrowitz sharpens his focus as the USATF Championships approach

June 21, 2015

"I have silver and bronze, at this point," Centrowitz said. "I don't think it's arrogant for me to say that's the goal in the back of my head."

By Ken Goe, The Oregonian

The big goal this year for Matthew Centrowitz is to stay focused.

So far, so good.

With doping allegations swirling...

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BBTM USA National Championships: Men’s 1500m

June 28, 2014

Welcome to BBTM's coverage of the 2014 USA Track & Field Outdoor National Championships Men's 1500m. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter and check-back after each day of competition...

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Cain Readies for Nationals & Beyond

June 24, 2014

"I’m welcoming the idea that people will be thinking of me as Mary Cain the professional, not Mary Cain the high schooler.”

By Marc Bloom, Running Times

Poised to run her first major race of the outdoor season in this weekend’s USA Outdoor Championships in Sacramento, California, Mary Cain...

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Cory McGee Gets Standard, Headed to Moscow!

July 13, 2013

By Jason Byrne, MileSplit

The quest that started a month ago is now over. The University of Florida's Cory McGee earned her spot on the plane to represent the USA at the World Championships in Moscow next month.

It began at the USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Des Moines, Iowa....

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Here Comes Mary Cain

July 01, 2013

Just 17, the self-described nerd from Bronxville High, N.Y. has emerged as the fastest young female middle-distance running in U.S. history; now she'll take on the best Open runners at the World Championships this August in Moscow

By Tim Layden, Sports Illustrated

In some distant, imagined...

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School Teacher Might Make World Championships Team

June 26, 2013

Unknown Matthew Elliott, a 4:42 high school Miler, was 4th in the 1500 at USA Championships.

By Peter Gambaccini, Runner's World

Before last weekend, Matthew Elliott had never made an NCAA or USA Championships final and never broken 3:40 for 1500 meters, and you’d never heard of him unless...

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Teen phenom Cain keeps up with 1500 field at nationals

June 22, 2013

Can 17-year-old record setter earn first Team USA senior berth for World Championships in Moscow?

From AP wire

DES MOINES, Iowa — In many ways, Mary Cain is just your typical high school kid, taking great pride in getting her yearbook signed by all her friends and asking to go to a water...

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Cain’s able beyond her years

June 21, 2013

Teenage runner on record-breaking pace competing at USA Outdoor track championships

By Philip Hersh, Chicago Tribune

DES MOINES, Iowa — Among the first words out of Mary Cain's mouth Thursday was "Moscow."

That said it all.

Here was Cain, having just run her first-ever race at the USA...

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Is Something Wrong with U.S. Milers?

June 19, 2013

A perfect storm of factors leads to a lack of fast 1500 meter times in 2013 for U.S. men

By Peter Gambaccini, Runner's World

As runners line up for the first round of the men’s 1500 meters on Thursday at the USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Des Moines, none of them will have the "A"...

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Uceny: No Longer the Miler to Beat

June 19, 2013

2012 Olympian battling to return to elite form at USA Outdoors

By Tim Creason, South Bend Tribune

Here we go again. Or do we?

The USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships begin Wednesday in Des Moines, Iowa, and Plymouth native Morgan Uceny is seeking her third consecutive national title in...

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