Mile News Tagged Elinor Purrier


Purrier St. Pierre, Hoare Capture WHOOP Wanamaker Mile Titles

January 29, 2022

Nine men go sub-4 with veteran Willis clocking sub-4 for record 20th consecutive year

From Millrose Games media

NEW YORK - Both the WHOOP Wanamaker Mile races lived up to their expectations Saturday afternoon during the 114th Millrose Games at The Armory’s New Balance Track & Field Center.

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Purrier St. Pierre Headlines Stellar WHOOP Women’s Wanamaker Mile Field

January 06, 2022

U.S. indoor Mile record holder & Tokyo Olympian ready to defend crown on Saturday, January 29 at The Armory; watch the 114th Millrose Games LIVE on NBC from 2:30-4:30pm EST

NEW YORK - Defending champion and American record holder Elle Purrier St. Pierre leads a deep WHOOP Women’s Wanamaker Mile...

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The Best Mile Moments of 2021

December 30, 2021

Nick Willis’ record 19th consecutive year sub-4, Hobbs Kessler – 12th U.S. high schooler sub-4 – sets prep indoor Mile record, two more father-son sub-4 combo club members and NCAA Indoor champion Cole Hocker leads youth charge highlight another pandemic year

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Defending champion Elle Purrier St. Pierre, rising star Cole Hocker headline WHOOP Wanamaker Mile

November 19, 2021

Marquee event of the 114th Millrose Games set for Saturday, January 29, 2022 at The Armory.

From The Armory Foundation

NEW YORK - The Armory Foundation has announced that WHOOP, the human performance company, will be the title sponsor of the 2022 WHOOP Wanamaker Mile in the upcoming 114th...

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Kipyegon claims emotional second Olympic 1500m title

August 06, 2021

“She's the greatest of all-time... she doesn't get enough credit."

By Nicole Jeffery for World Athletics

Faith Kipyegon was given the ultimate accolade by her closest rival after winning her second consecutive Olympic 1500m crown in Tokyo tonight.

Asked about Kipyegon’s standing, silver...

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Tokyo Olympics preview: 1500m

July 31, 2021

Can Kipyegon, Centrowitz defend Olympic crowns?

By Nicole Jeffery & Bob Ramsak for World Athletics

WOMEN
The outcome of the women’s 1500 meters may be most influenced by whether world champion Sifan Hassan decides to do the event or not.

At the time of writing, Hassan was still...

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The legacy of Jenny Simpson

July 01, 2021

“I have a million and one reasons to be grateful to Jenny Simpson.”

By Erin Strout, PodiumRunner.com

The last time Jenny Simpson watched the Olympics on television, it was 2004. Deena Kastor won a bronze medal in the Marathon and Simpson was a 17-year-old high school kid in Florida, unaware...

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Elle Purrier St. Pierre Dominates U.S. Olympic Trials 1500m

June 21, 2021

Cory McGee, Heather MacLean also set personal records to earn Team USA berths to Tokyo

By Taylor Dutch, Runner's World

Leading wire-to-wire, Elle Purrier St. Pierre convincingly won the women’s 1500 meters at the U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials on Monday in Eugene, Oregon. At the new,...

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From Farm to Fame: Elle Purrier Seeking First Olympic Berth

June 12, 2021

The Vermont native is one of only four American women to have broken 2 minutes for the 800 meters, 4 minutes for the 1500 and 15 minutes for the 5000.

By Rich Sands, TeamUSA.org

In the world of track & field, Elinor Purrier is known as the runner who was raised on a farm. She's hoping that...

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Elle Purrier’s rise to the top leads to U.S. Olympic team dream

February 07, 2021

"At this time I really don't know what [Olympic Trials] event I'm doing - the 1500m or the 5K."

By Dave Hunter, RunBlogRun.com

A favorite, albeit shopworn, expression is "Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard." It is a saying that can be witnessed and validated in many walks of...

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