Mile News Tagged Coby Horowitz


Former Nashoba runner Coby Horowitz ‘relieved’ to break 4 minutes in Mile

March 02, 2016

"The last 400, I couldn't hear anything. Everyone knew what's going on."

By John Conceison, The Telegram

Coby Horowitz calls himself very indecisive.

Tell that to the second-heat Mile field and the crowd on hand last month at Boston University's John Thomas Terrier Classic.

The former...

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5 Minutes with Coby Horowitz

March 27, 2014

2014 NCAA Division III indoor Mile champion talks about a career that has led him to the brink of a sub-4:00 Mile

By John A. Kissane for Running Times

He was the top high school two-miler in Massachusetts the spring of 2010, his senior year at Nashoba Regional High School in Bolton, Mass. But...

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Horowitz Wins NCAA D-III Indoor Mile Title

March 15, 2014

Senior becomes first men's D-III indoor champion for Bowdoin

From Bowdoin Athletics

LINCOLN, Neb. - Bowdoin College senior Coby Horowitz became the first individual NCAA Division III champion in Polar Bear men's indoor track & field history by claiming the Mile title at the national...

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Meet Coby Horowitz ‘14: Miler

February 07, 2014

“There’s a distance between a good Miler and a great Miler.”

By The Bowdoin Orient

Coby Horowitz ’14—10-time All-American, six-time Athlete of the Week, and holder of seven Bowdoin College records—continued his dominance at Farley Field House last weekend with wins in the 1000 meters and the...

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