Mile News Tagged Rio Olympics

Rio Olympic champion Matthew Centrowitz: “This is my last year.”

March 18, 2024

“I just want to finish up on a high note and ride off into the sunset with a smile on my face.”

By Olympic Talk

Rio Olympic 1500m gold medalist Matthew Centrowitz plans to make 2024 his last season.

“Mentally where I’m at with it, like this is it for me,” he told Flotrack on Saturday night....

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Hail & Farewell, Bernard Lagat!

October 31, 2016

My kids were crying and I was crying too. I saw them and I said, ‘I’m going to make it in that 5000m just for these guys.’

By Sieg Lindstrom, Track & Field News

With 5 Olympics and 2 medals plus 5 World Championship titles outdoors and indoors won, Bernard Lagat, who will turn 42 in December,...

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