Mile News Tagged Mary Cain

Mile Moments Abound in 2013

December 30, 2013

Mary Cain, inaugural Bring Back the Mile Tour, 63% increase in Mile prize purses, U.S. high schoolers shine and more highlight banner year

By Ryan Lamppa, Bring Back the Mile

As the year draws to a close, it is time to recognize and celebrate the numerous highlights, historic achievements and...

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Mary Cain joins the Oregon Project

November 21, 2013

Q&A with teen Mile record-setter and her future plans

From Oregon Project

1: What is you best memory of this past summer in Europe?

MARY CAIN: Getting to compete in the World Championships was my best memory from this summer! I got to accomplish a huge dream of mine and had a blast doing...

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Bronxville’s teen phenom Mary Cain goes pro

November 15, 2013

Record-setter signed by firm that represents Usain Bolt; "This is the best way for me to continue to develop as an athlete."

By Brian Heyman, The Journal News

The college recruiting chase to land Mary Cain’s fast-moving legs has ended. The 17-year-old track phenomenon from Bronxville is...

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Bronxville’s Mary Cain earns national honor

November 06, 2013

Record-setting year for teen phenom included 10th place finish at World Championships in Moscow and fastest 2013 Mile by a U.S. woman

By Brian Heyman, The Journal News

Mary Cain’s eye-catching, record-setting work on the track this year has brought her another prestigious honor.


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Inaugural Bring Back the Mile Tour 2013 Ends with a Flourish

September 12, 2013

Highlights of national promotional tour of iconic distance include thrilling races and numerous meet, U.S. Junior, NCAA, course and State records; $120,000 awarded to top Milers

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – The inaugural Bring Back the Mile Tour 2013, showcasing 14 events nationwide, produced...

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Cain’s Amazing Year Ends with 10th at Worlds

August 16, 2013

Teen phenom already looking forward to the 2015 world meet

By Mary Nicole Nazzaro, Runner's World

It's way too early to compare U.S. phenom Mary Cain to, say, any other famous American middle-distance runners named Mary. Her name is Cain, not Decker Slaney, and she's 17-years-old and just had...

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Jenny Simpson leads silver night for Team USA at Worlds

August 15, 2013

Teenager Mary Cain 10th in women's 1500 meter final in Moscow

By Nick Zaccardi, NBC Sports

Jenny Simpson won one of three silver medals for the U.S. at the World Track & Field Championships on Thursday in a 1500 meter final where 17-year-old Mary Cain finished a respectable 10th.

The 1500...

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U.S. Teen Cain Qualifies for Worlds 1500m Final

August 13, 2013

"When I grow up I want to be Mary Cain." -  Nick Symmonds, newly minted 800m silver medalist; women's 1500m final, Thursday, August 15

By Karen Rosen, Special for USA TODAY

MOSCOW –The future of U.S. middle-distance running is 17-years-old, uses words like "gosh" and "geez" and yet is so race...

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Mary Cain: N.Y. Teen Versus the World

August 10, 2013

At 17, Cain is the youngest woman to run the 1500 meters Sunday at the IAAF World Championships in Moscow.

By Sara Germano, Wall Street Journal

Mary Cain's schedule on Sunday will differ from that of every other high school kid in New York or even the whole U.S.

At 17, Cain is the youngest...

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Here Comes Mary Cain

July 01, 2013

Just 17, the self-described nerd from Bronxville High, N.Y. has emerged as the fastest young female middle-distance running in U.S. history; now she'll take on the best Open runners at the World Championships this August in Moscow

By Tim Layden, Sports Illustrated

In some distant, imagined...

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