Mile News Tagged Gabriele Grunewald


Gabriele Grunewald remembered as she lived her life: Running for hope

June 18, 2019

“Gabe would have loved this. The rainbows are out. The sky has cleared. This is the kind of big, Technicolor run she dreamed of.”

By Rachel Blount, Star Tribune staff

No matter what was happening in Gabriele Grunewald’s life, running was her North Star. Taking to the trails never failed to...

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Gabriele Grunewald’s father remembers her passion

June 14, 2019

"Her story takes her through a roller coaster of stuff... she touched more people around the world than I can imagine."

By Chris Murphy, Forum News Service

MINNEAPOLIS — One of the first races Gabriele (née Anderson) Grunewald ran, she got lost. She was in middle school in Perham and ran the...

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‘Brave Like Gabe’: Remembering the Runner Who Never Gave Up in the Face of an Unbeatable Opponent

June 11, 2019

Gabe spent the last years of her life fighting, living, running…. inspiring others… fully aware that she was not winning her own fight, but fighting ever harder just the same.

By Tim Layden, Sports Illustrated

On a June night two years ago, I went to dinner with Gabe & Justin Grunewald at a...

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Brave Like Gabe: Q&A with Gabriele Grunewald

March 28, 2018

I think having that constant reminder of my mortality can be scary and bewildering at times, but other times it can be a great motivator and helps me clarify what’s most important in my life.

From AthleteBiz

Gabriele Grunewald is an inspiration. She has raced to titles on the track and roads,...

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The Best Mile Moments of 2017

December 21, 2017

Record prize money awarded exceeds $500,000, Blankenship & Lipari win BBTM Grand Prix Tour titles, one more U.S. HSer sub-4, the brothers Ingebrigtsen make history, greatest women’s Mile ever and more highlight year

By Ryan Lamppa, Bring Back the Mile

Since the Bring Back the Mile launch in...

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Gabe Grunewald on Running, Cancer Treatment & Looking Ahead

December 13, 2017

“Throughout all of it, I believe something will work for me eventually. In the meantime, I gotta live my life.”

By Erin Strout, Runner’s World

During the past year, Gabriele Grunewald, 31, has tried to maintain her presence as a professional middle-distance runner while pursuing all available...

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21 Women Who Are Transforming The World Through Running

November 16, 2017

Three Mile athletes, Gabe Grunewald, Sara Vaughn & Dominique Scott, in the Game Changers 2017 list

By Bethany Mavis, Caitlyn Pilkington, Meghan Roos & Rebecca Warren, Women's Running

When Gabe Grunewald crossed the finish line at the USA Outdoor Championships this past June, the other 1500...

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Athlete gets cancer. Athlete fights cancer. Repeat, again and again…

July 10, 2017

“I wouldn’t wish this on anyone, but I have learned that the human mind and body are truly resilient. I rule nothing out.”

By Tim Layden, Sports Illustrated

It was on the morning of Good Friday in 2009 when the runner first met her cancer. She was a fifth-year senior at Minnesota, sitting in...

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Chemotherapy, then USA Championships, for Mile star Gabriele Grunewald

June 21, 2017

“I don’t always love talking about it. It’s not a made-for-TV movie. It’s real. It’s scary.”

​By Michael Powell, New York Times

EUGENE, Ore. — Gabriele Grunewald stepped onto the track as the dying light of day yielded to periwinkle evening.

She and her fellow world class runners walked...

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Biopsy Monday, Chemo Tuesday, Race on Saturday for Gabe Grunewald

June 06, 2017

“I do feel like my story has reached a different demographic than elite runners. It’s cool, overwhelming at times. It puts a little bit of pressure on me; I need to show people this is possible. But to be able to be an inspiration for people is awesome.”

By Sarah Lorge Butler, Runner's World

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