Mile News Tagged Nyrr Millrose Games

Cain Wins NYRR Wanamaker Mile

February 16, 2014

A year later, "Cainsanity" is still very much alive and well at the Armory.

By Megan Hetzel, Runner's World

When Mary Cain stepped onto the Armory track on Saturday afternoon sporting a black Nike Oregon Project singlet, then ran a patient first half in the chase pack before unleashing her...

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Wanamaker Mile Still Goes the Distance

February 14, 2014

Despite move uptown, Millrose Games centerpiece has retained its cachet

By Sarah Barker, Wall Street Journal

To compete with world class runners, and to win.

Those are Bronxville highschool senior Mary Cain's goals for her second appearance in the women's Wanamaker Mile at Saturday's 107th...

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Stellar High School Mile Fields at 107th NYRR Millrose Games

February 06, 2014

New Balance High School Mile includes five boys sub-4:20 and seven girls sub-5 minutes

By NYRR Millrose Games

A number of the best high school athletes in America will take part in the 107th NYRR Millrose Games, set for Saturday, February 15, at The New Balance Track & Field Center at The...

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Change Comes to New Balance HS Miles at NYRR Millrose Games

November 19, 2013

Twelve per gender qualifying from select Mile races and special invitation for 2014 event

By Tim Fulton, Armory Track

There will be new qualifying procedures for the New Balance High School Miles at the NYRR Millrose Games in 2014, including fewer automatic spots on the line during the season...

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