Mile News Tagged Matthew Centrowitz


Centrowitz Craves Record-Breaking Mile Run at Millrose

January 30, 2013

The Broadneck grad will be running again in the New York indoor track meet.

By D. Frank Smith, Broadneck Patch

The 106th Millrose Games in New York City's Armory is one of the largest indoor track meets in the country.

Broadneck's Olympic running sensation Matthew Centrowitz recently told ...

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Centrowitz Feeling Faster Than Ever This Winter

January 22, 2013

By Barbara Huebner, NYRR News Service

On a Skype call to a New York Track Writers’ luncheon this afternoon, Matthew Centrowitz said that his recent workouts “have been faster than anything I could imagine” coming out of college.

He added that his father—two-time Olympian Matt Centrowitz, a...

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Rupp to Race Centrowitz in Indoor Mile on Saturday

January 10, 2013

By Peter Gambaccini, Runner"s World

A match-up in the Mile between Galen Rupp and Matthew Centrowitz at Saturday’s UW Indoor Preview at Dempsey Indoor in Seattle is more intriguing and potentially competitive than it might at first seem. Yes, Centrowitz is the 2011 world championships 1500...

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Breaking Four: A Family Affair: Lap 2

October 09, 2012

By Liam Boylan-Pett, Bring Back the Mile

Editor's Note: This is part two in a four part series written by Liam Boylan-Pett, #315 on the United States sub-4 minute Mile list, boasting a personal best of 3:58.19 (2011 Falmouth Mile). He obtained Bachelor's Degrees in Sociology and Creative...

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Local Runner Rubs Shoulders with Olympians in New York

September 25, 2012

By Cory Mull, The Patriot-News

For a day this past Saturday in New York City, Brian Fuller was among kings and queens of their sport.

He was bumping shoulders next to Track & Field Olympians like Leo Manzano and Matthew Centrowitz, two of America's best one-Mile prospects -- Manzano was the...

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Centrowitz, Martinez Cap Year with Fifth Avenue Mile Titles

September 22, 2012

At 32nd edition, more than 5,400 finishers in age group heats race the iconic distance down the famed thoroughfare
By Jim Gerweck, The Mile wire

NEW YORK – (September 22, 2012) – For years, Bernard Lagat has dominated Mile races on the indoor track of New York City, his eight consecutive...

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Matthew Centrowitz After His Last Track Race of the 2012 Season

September 08, 2012

By Losse Veter, vimeo.com

2012 Olympian and 2011 World Championships 1500m bronze medalist Matthew Centrowitz runs 3:32.47 to take 4th place at the Van Damme Memorial in Brussels, his last 1500 meter race of the 2012 season.

 
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Centrowitz Breaks Into U.S. Top 10

August 24, 2012

By Barbara Huebner, New York Road Runners

Matthew Centrowitz set a huge personal best at Thursday’s Diamond League meeting in Lausanne, Switzerland, and said that he’s not done yet.

“I still have a lot of racing left in me,” he said here after coming on strong in the last half-lap of the 1500...

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Centrowitz: 3:31.96 for 1500 Meters in Lausanne

August 23, 2012

By Peter Gambaccini, Runner's World

In an Athletissima meet in Lausanne, Switzerland in which Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake predictably won their separate sprints and Kenyans acquitted themselves for some of their London Olympic disappointments, let's give prominent play here to the most...

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Plenty of Mettle but no Medal for Matthew Centrowitz in 1500

August 08, 2012

Matt Centrowitz shoots for the gold in the 1500 final but misses out on bronze

By Curtis Anderson, The Register-Guard

LONDON — Just like Steve Prefontaine 40 years ago at the 1972 Munich Olympics, former Oregon standout Matthew Centrowitz was going for the win on Tuesday night.

And just...

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