Mile News Tagged Hannah Meier


Meier twins having early success for Duke cross country

October 31, 2013

Ace high school Michigan Milers prepare for ACC Championships this weekend

By Ali Wells, Duke Chronicle

Freshmen Hannah and Haley Meier seem to be nearly the same person. The sisters are identical twins, so they are the same height, have the same dark brown hair and even sound the same. But...

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Adidas Dream Mile Draws Six High School Athletes Ranked #1

May 07, 2013

Outstanding boys and girls Mile fields, including defending champion Bernie Montoya, expected in New York City on Saturday, May 25

NEW YORK – Nearly two dozen of the top high school athletes in the country – including six distance athletes ranked #1 in the United States – are now set for the...

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Elise Cranny Joins the High School Elite

April 30, 2013

The Niwot High junior has Mary Cain in her sights.

By Marc Bloom, Running Times (Image by Victor Sailer/PhotoRun)

Recipe for outstanding high school distance running: parents who are Ironman triathletes, years of youth swimming for a huge reservoir of cardiovascular fitness, coaching that...

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Track Chats – Hannah Meier

August 25, 2012

By Lyle Knudson, MileSplit

This interview features Hannah Meier, senior, Grosse Point South HS, Grosse Point Farms, Michigan.  Hannah was 3rd in the Michigan State Cross Country Division 1 Championships in 2010 and 2011, with a best 5K XC time of 17:21.20.  In 2012 track, she was the New...

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Prep stars Hannah and Haley Meier reflect on ‘once in a lifetime’ race at U.S. Olympic Trials

July 02, 2012

By Jared Purcell, Michigan Live

By this point, Grosse Pointe South twins Hannah and Haley Meier are so used to racing on big stages and in the spotlight that nothing can catch them off guard.

Well, almost nothing.

On Friday, the twins participated in the Nike Elite 1-Mile high school race...

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