Mile News Tagged Lauren Johnson

Johnson travels to Beijing with her confidence at an all-time high

August 11, 2015

“So, I was just leaning at the line, trying to make that happen and it wasn’t really an intentional dive; I think I was just leaning so much that I just kind of fell into it."

By Steve Clark, The Huntington County Tab

Before Lauren Davenport Johnson could run in Beijing, she had to tumble in...

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Eugene’s Lauren Johnson gets her World Championships qualifier in Belgium

July 19, 2015

Johnson had provisionally qualified for the World Championships in last month's USA Track & Field Outdoor Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene, but had not achieved the minimum qualifying standard.

By Ken Goe, The Oregonian

Lauren Johnson of Eugene-based Oregon Track Club Elite nailed...

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Heather Kampf Ready for 2nd Win at GNC Live Well Liberty Mile

August 06, 2013

Kampf faces formidable competition from 2012 Olympian Geena Gall and USA 3000m Indoor champion Chelsea Reilly; 11th stop on the inaugural Bring Back the Mile Tour

PITTSBURGH, Pa. – With a solid summer race season, defending women’s champion Heather Kampf is looking for another win at the GNC...

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Degefa, Johnson Win Inaugural TrackTown City Center Mile

July 22, 2013

Mile road race and a cycling criterium take advantage of closed off streets in downtown Eugene

By Erik Skopil for The Register-Guard

On Sunday morning, Lauren Johnson, winner of the Butte to Butte race on July 4, won the inaugural women’s TrackTown City Center Mile in convincing fashion.

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OTC Elite Week, Day 4: What Is Lauren Johnson?

October 18, 2012

By The Trailer

EUGENE, Ore. – In 2010, Lauren Johnson was an 800-meter specialist. Strictly. She did the odd 400m or 1500m, but it was mostly 800s, and that’s what she competed in at the 2010 USA Outdoor Championships.

In 2011, the 25-year-old was a miler. Strictly. She did the odd 800m or...

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