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3.26.20

Rowbury is undaunted by coronavirus or Olympics postponement

"I hope I can race well and show that even though I’m 35 and even...


3.18.20

Finding Normalcy in Abnormal Times

But maybe there is something about being in the “eye of the storm.”...


3.23.20

Carlos Villarreal preparing for first sub-4 in Tucson attempt

“I’m just running about 60 miles a week and taking it easy right...


3.29.20

Sioux City’s Shelby Houlihan ‘bummed’ over Olympics postponement, but says it’s the right call

"I am grateful there is that opportunity even though it's delayed a...


Mile News


Catching up with Steve Scott: Master of the Sub-4 Mile

March 30, 2020

"I believe one of the keys to my later success was that I wasn't pushed in high school."

By Steve Brand, MileSplit CA

Steve Scott is America's greatest Miler. Not the fastest anymore, but the greatest.

Consider that in his running career, which didn't really take off until he was a...

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Sioux City’s Shelby Houlihan ‘bummed’ over Olympics postponement, but says it’s the right call

March 29, 2020

"I am grateful there is that opportunity even though it's delayed a little bit... As long as I stay healthy, not push too hard, there's no reason I can't be even better. It's another year to train if I look at it optimistically."

By Justin Rust, Sioux City Journal

For about the past four...

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Rowbury is undaunted by coronavirus or Olympics postponement

March 26, 2020

"I hope I can race well and show that even though I’m 35 and even though I have a child, my ability as an athlete hasn’t diminished and I deserve to have a contract, have an opportunity to toe the line at nationals, hopefully make that Olympic team and go after a medal.”

By Ken Goe | The...

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Carlos Villarreal preparing for first sub-4 in Tucson attempt

March 23, 2020

“I’m just running about 60 miles a week and taking it easy right now... we’ll do most of our faster stuff off the track over the next few weeks.”

By Greg Hansen, Arizona Daily Star

One final sports event remains in Tucson this spring, one that could be historic.

Sometime in May in what UA...

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