Mile News Tagged Carrie Tollefson


Olympian Carrie Tollefson joins Wellbeats as Run Lead & Coach

November 20, 2018

“I’m pumped to be part of the Wellbeats team and to use my experience to create a running channel that – like virtual fitness – works for people of all ages and stages of life.”

From Wellbeats

ST. LOUIS PARK, Minn. - Carrie Tollefson holds numerous state & national running titles and...

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C Tolle Run Episode 193: Minnesota Mile 2014

September 10, 2014

By Carrie Tollefson, CTolleRun.com

Carrie Tollefson brings you highlights from the Minnesota Mile! The annual event runs through downtown Duluth on the historic cobblestone streets of Superior Ave. The 2014 event is also host to the final stop in the Bring Back the Mile Grand Prix Tour.

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Four Favorite Falmouth Mile Moments

August 14, 2014

Annual track event has produced fast and thrilling Mile performances over the past 19 years.

By Bring Back the Mile

While there have been a few more late-summer track Miles pop-up on the U.S. calendar recently, in 1995 the New Balance Falmouth Road Race had a novel idea - to run a...

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Interview with Kate Grace

March 13, 2013

Carrie chats with professional middle distance runner Kate Grace! They talk about Kate's experiences running for Oiselle and the NJ-NY Track Club, her pre-race focus routine and the importance of a supportive running community.

By Carrie Tollefson, CTolleRun.com

Kate Grace, who finshed third...

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Road Mile Queen Heather Kampf Interview

September 26, 2012

By Carrie Tollefson

 
Carrie interviews Heather Kampf, a 9-time NCAA All-American with several 2012 road Mile wins to her name. Heather discusses her training mentality, her career goals and her famous fall in the 2008 Big Ten Indoor Championships.
 
More at: ctollerun.com
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