Mile News Tagged Usa Indoor Champs


Quigley Upsets Houlihan for USA Indoor Mile Title

February 23, 2019

“My tactic was not to wait until the last 100 as I didn’t stand a chance.”

By LetsRun.com

NEW YORK — What a way to win your first national title.

Shelby Houlihan has spent the past two years destroying anyone who dared cross her path at a national championship, winning eight straight titles...

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Houlihan enjoying pro career

March 08, 2017

Sioux City native and rising star convincingly wins two USA Indoor titles: Mile & 2 Mile

By Terry Hersom, Sioux City Journal

SIOUX CITY -- Less than a month past her 24th birthday, Shelby Houlihan is clearly to Sioux City women’s track & field what Kirk Hinrich became to local basketball.

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LetsRun Previews USA Indoor Mile Championship Fields

March 04, 2017

Merber, Blankenship, Gregorek, Soratos top men; Houlihan, Quigley, Schneider, Kampf lead women in Albuquerque

By LetsRun.com

For the pros, this weekend represents the end of the 2017 indoor track & field season (the collegians wrap up a week later at NCAA Indoors). With no World Indoor...

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Brenda Martinez’s USATF Indoor Championships title made all the sweeter after career’s rocky star

March 14, 2016

Martinez's first national title win in 4:08.37 was a breakthrough moment, a victory that validated her sacrifices to start her pro career and broke the spell of second place that stuck with her career since the 2009 NCAA championships.

By Andrew Greif, The Oregonian

The prevailing sentiment...

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Matthew Centrowitz edges Robby Andrews to win the USATF 1500 in a great, last-lap duel

March 14, 2016

Centrowitz, Andrews earned two 1500 berths on Team USA for the World Indoor Championships in Portland.

By Ken Goe, The Oregonian

Robby Andrews has one of the best kicks in the trade, and Andrews had it loaded up.

He came wide off the last turn of the men's 1500 meter final in full sprint...

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What Does Success Mean to You?

March 09, 2015

No matter what your passion is in life, it is always sweeter when you can share it with the ones you love.

By Matthew ElliottIn the Arena with Matt Elliott

This past weekend I competed in the USA Indoor Track & Field Championships in Boston, MA.  I ran my marquee event, the Mile, against...

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Centrowitz Wins Mile, Rowbury Gets Double at USA Indoors

March 02, 2015

Nike Oregon Project teammates take distance titles on meet's final day.

By David Monti for Runner's World

Nike Oregon Project teammates Matthew Centrowitz and Shannon Rowbury won the distance races and Casimir Loxsom broke the American 600-meter record on Sunday, the final day of the USA...

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2014 BBTM Top 4 Website Lists

December 30, 2014

Cain to Zamperini and more attract Mile fans!

By David Monico, Bring Back the Mile

As 2014 comes to a close we took a look at our website traffic to see what news articles and athletes reigned supreme. Since our launch in January 2012, the bringbackthemile.com website traffic has grown every...

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Will Leer Does the Albuquerque Double

March 13, 2013

By Down the Backstrecth

Will Leer went to Albuquerque to battle Bernard Lagat and returned a double USA champion.  The Minnetonka grad had won NCAA DIII Championships, but the 3000m/Mile double at the USA Indoor Championships was his first, and second national titles. The double prompted one...

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Mary Cain Biggest Name for U.S. Indoor Championships

March 01, 2013

Meet runs Friday through Sunday in Albuquerque.

By Peter Gambaccini, Runner's World

The USA Indoor Track & Field Championships begin in Albuquerque today and extend through Sunday. In the middle-distance and distance events—the men’s and women’s 800, Mile, and 3000 meters—there are two main...

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