Mile News Tagged Morgan Uceny

The 10 Best Mile Moments of 2014

December 17, 2014

HOKA ONE ONE presents the historic milestones, Mile events and U.S. Milers that headlined the year

By Ryan Lamppa, Bring Back the Mile

Wow, what a year for the Mile as the storied distance had another noteworthy year of milestone anniversaries, exciting races, fast performances, records, new...

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Merber Wins, Mackey Defends Falmouth Mile

August 17, 2014

Three men sub-4 and four women sub-4:30; Tommy Cochary High School Mile goes to Russell Wells, Stella Worters

From Falmouth Road Race

FALMOUTH, Mass. – Filling the bleachers and lining the rails, hundreds of fans turned out on Saturday evening to cheer the athletes at the Falmouth Mile, which...

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Uceny, Grunewald, Torrence, True Headline Falmouth Mile

August 12, 2014

Saturday night race features Olympians, USA & NCAA champions and a former World #1; $7500 prize purse plus time and meet record bonuses

FALMOUTH, Mass. – Morgan Uceny, a 2012 Olympian ranked #1 in the world in 2011 at 1500 meters; Gabriele Grunewald, the reigning USA Indoor 3000m champion; ...

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Finan, Lagat Win Adrian Martinez Classic Mile

June 05, 2014

World leading women's outdoor Mile time and thrilling finishes highlight memorial meet presented by HOKA ONE ONE

By Chris Lotsbom,

With heavy rains coming to a halt mere minutes before the elites took to the track on Thursday evening, the Adrian Martinez Classic rose to new...

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Uceny Ships Up to Boston

January 23, 2014

2012 Olympian opens her season on Saturday by running the Mile at the New Balance Games in New York City

From New Balance Indoor Grand Prix

Boston, long known as a distance-running mecca, is now home to one of the world’s top Milers: Morgan Uceny, who has joined the Boston Athletic...

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Uceny Seeks Fresh Start with Return to U.S.

September 23, 2013

A disappointing track season ends with strong road Mile results; looking ahead to 2014 and beyond

By Peter Gambaccini, Runner's World

Morgan Uceny, the #1-ranked female 1500 meter runner in the world in 2011, had worked with coach Terrence Mahon as part of the Mammoth Track Club in the...

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Uceny Coming Back to USA to Train Under Mahon

September 20, 2013

#1 ranked Miler in 2011 looks for top performance at Sunday's NYRR Fifth Avenue Mile

By Chris Lotsbom, Race Results Weekly

NEW YORK -- American miler Morgan Uceny is on the move once again. The 28-year-old 2012 Olympian arrived at JFK Airport last night carrying extra luggage, knowing that...

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World Championships Medalists Lead Fields for NYRR Fifth Avenue Mile

September 12, 2013

Men’s and women’s fields will also include Olympians Bernard Lagat, Leo Manzano, Evan Jager, Shannon Rowbury and Morgan Uceny; Open prize purse $30,000 with $5000 for each race champion at 33rd edition


NEW YORK -- More than 15 Olympians and World Championships contestants will...

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Uceny: No Longer the Miler to Beat

June 19, 2013

2012 Olympian battling to return to elite form at USA Outdoors

By Tim Creason, South Bend Tribune

Here we go again. Or do we?

The USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships begin Wednesday in Des Moines, Iowa, and Plymouth native Morgan Uceny is seeking her third consecutive national title in...

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Uceny in Search of Career-Defining Success

May 31, 2013


Two of the current stars of U.S. athletics are 1500m runners: Jenny Simpson, showing the form that brought her IAAF World Championships gold in 2011, and Mary Cain, a precocious 17-year-old who set an American junior record of 4:04.62.

Perhaps forgotten is that nine months ago,...

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