Mile News Tagged Usa Masters 1 Mile Road Championship

Masters Mile champion Marisa Sutera Strange’s common sense running advice

December 23, 2019

The physical education teacher learned to be nicer to herself, to take the pressure off at races and to be grateful that she’s out there.

By Sarah Lorge Butler, Runner's World

For 56-year-old Marisa Sutera Strange, 2019 will go down as a banner year in a career full of them.

In February,...

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Summer of running success for Enola’s Nick Berra

August 19, 2013

Berra, 44, takes USA Masters 1 Mile Road Championship and Harrisburg Mile 40-plus titles

By Kelly Leighton, The Patriot-News

For Enola’s Nicholas Berra, 44, winning the recent USA Masters 1 Mile Road Championship hosted by the GNC Live Well Liberty Mile (right) in Pittsburgh on Aug. 9 was, to...

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Kampf Defends, Chaffee Surprises at GNC Live Well Liberty Mile

August 09, 2013

Olympian Lewy Boulet, local Berra win USA Masters titles; event record 1,200-plus participants at second edition; 11th stop on the inaugural BBTM Tour 2013

By David Monico, The Mile wire

PITTSBURGH – (August 9, 2013) – A near perfect Friday evening in downtown Pittsburgh for the 2nd GNC Live...

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Vintage Mile race returns to downtown Pittsburgh

August 07, 2013

"It truly is America's premiere distance race."; GNC Live Well Liberty Mile draws top professional and Masters (40 and older) runners for Friday evening event

By Nick Veronica, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

In the world of corporate 5Ks, half-marathons, fulls and ultras, one group is attempting to...

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USA Masters 1 Mile Road Championships Returns with Top Americans

August 01, 2013

Olympic marathoner Magdalena Lewy Boulet celebrates 40th birthday by competing in first Masters national championship at GNC Live Well Liberty Mile

PITTSBURGH – Olympic marathoner Magdalena Lewy Boulet will celebrate her 40th birthday by debuting in her first Masters national championship at...

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