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7.14.19

Willy Fink clocks DC’s first sub-4 minute track Mile

"It took me six months to accept the fact that I was a sub-4 Miler...


7.9.19

Field announced for Emsley Carr Mile

Tefera, Ingebrigsten, Willis, Grice, O'Hare and 2017 champion...


7.10.19

Centrowitz Aiming for Another National Title

Rio Olympic 1500m gold medalist foresees winning results ahead as...


7.12.19

Hassan breaks women’s Mile world record

Three other national records and numerous personal records set at...


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Willy Fink clocks DC’s first sub-4 minute track Mile

July 14, 2019

"It took me six months to accept the fact that I was a sub-4 Miler the first time, so this might take a while.”

By John Riker, RunWashington.com

Willy Fink came into Saturday’s DC Road Runners Track Championship on July 13 wanting to accomplish something great. He accomplished something...

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Hassan breaks women’s Mile world record

July 12, 2019

Three other national records and numerous personal records set at inaugural Brave Like Gabe Mile

Mike Rowbottom for the IAAF

MONACO - Sifan Hassan, who arrived on the Stade Louis II track tonight as the third fastest female Miler of all-time, departed the Herculis EBS Diamond League meet as...

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A Beginner’s Guide to Running a Mile Race

July 11, 2019

"You’ll also definitely see the speed training translate into your longer runs. Don’t be surprised when running a couple miles feels easier and happens faster than it did beforehand.”

By Emily Abbate, GQ

You can do a lot of things in 6 minutes. Drink a beer. Pick out an outfit for date night....

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Centrowitz Aiming for Another National Title

July 10, 2019

Rio Olympic 1500m gold medalist foresees winning results ahead as he familiarizes himself with coach Jerry Schumacher and vice versa

By Sieg Lindstrom, Track & Field News

As of Matthew Centrowitz’s first track race in 11 months—the Pre Classic’s Bowerman Mile—the magic numbers were 4, 6 & 5...

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