Mile News Tagged Katelyn Tuohy


Tuohy, Rizzo win Loucks Games Mile

May 12, 2019

Teen talent Tuohy, whose race was held during a gusty wind, redirected her attention from running fast to just winning

By Nancy Haggerty, Rockland / Westchester Journal News

WHITE PLAINS -- They didn’t set personal records. But in a meet featuring nearly 3,000 athletes from 11 states, plus...

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Katelyn Tuohy eyes 2020 U.S. Olympic Trials

March 21, 2019

Her coach Brian Diglio thinks there is little to be gained by the top female high school runner competing for North Rockland after next Fall

By Nancy Haggerty, Rockland / Westchester Journal News

Katelyn Tuohy has worn the red & white of the North Rockland running programs since joining...

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New Balance High School Mile draws top fields for Millrose Games

January 30, 2019

Record setter Katelyn Tuohy leads talented teens for famed indoor track meet

NEW YORK – Two of the major highlights of the 112th NYRR Millrose Games, scheduled for Saturday, February 9th at The Armory in Washington Heights, are the New Balance High School Mile races that display the top talent...

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Tuohy wins Mile but may pass on Millrose Games

January 10, 2019

Teen talent now 6th fastest U.S. high school girl for the indoor Mile

By Nancy Haggerty, Rockland / Westchester Journal News

NEW YORK – At the end of eight laps, Katelyn Tuohy sounded as if she could run another lap.

Maybe all eight again.

Forget that the North Rockland junior, who was...

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The Best Mile Moments of 2018

December 20, 2018

Record annual prize money awarded exceeds $650,000; Herrera & Lipari BBTM Grand Prix Tour champions, greatest women’s Mile ever, BBTM Effect continues and more!

By Ryan Lamppa, Bring Back the Mile

Bring Back the Mile, since its first year in 2012, has compiled an annual highlight summary of...

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Teen Phenom Tuohy Looks Toward 2020 U.S. Olympic Trials

December 05, 2018

“Everything I do is impacted by that decision to want to make it to the Olympic Trials. That’s definitely my big-picture goal for the future.”

By Sarah Lorge Butler, Runner's World

She had just won a second consecutive Nike Cross Nationals title, received her trophy, done an interview on...

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TFN HS Girls Athlete of the Year: Katelyn Tuohy

October 23, 2018

Mile and cross country ace became only the fifth sophomore ever to earn the AOY title

By Rich Sands, Track & Field News

The only people that "Girls Athlete of the Year" Katelyn Tuohy has trouble running away from these days are her growing legion of fans. The New York distance phenom produced...

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Tuohy Becomes First in Gatorade Awards History to Win Top Athlete in Two Sports

July 21, 2018

“Talents like this don’t come along all the time, and I really want to make sure I get it right—for her sake, her parents’ sake and for running’s sake.”

By Stephanie Apstein, Sports Illustrated

The fastest girl in the country can’t sit still. She doesn’t remember the last time she made it...

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Tuohy breaks girls U.S. high school Mile record

June 17, 2018

"I can’t even begin to think what she’d run if it were a race and perfect conditions. If she had people with her and it was 75 degrees, God knows how fast she could run."

By Nancy Haggerty, Rockland / Westchester Journal News

She ran like she knew she could.

And like every track fan in the...

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America’s Next Great Running Hope?

June 09, 2018

Why do so many gifted teenage female distance runners fizzle out by their early 20s, unable to capture the speed of their youth?

By Matthew Futterman, New York Times

It’s not clear exactly when a high school sophomore named Katelyn Tuohy became the next great phenom in American distance...

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