Mile News Tagged Robby Andrews

Andrews headed to Beijing for track World Championships

July 17, 2015

“I have more potential in the 1500. It plays to my strengths.”

By Tim Morris, News Transcript

When Robby Andrews made an appearance at the Youth Running Camp hosted by Manalapan Parks and Recreation, he had a message for the runners of the future.

“I want to make sure that they understand...

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With drums pounding and fans lining the track, Robby Andrews gets the standard

July 03, 2015

There was no jostling, just a straight line the whole the way. I sat on the cheese the whole time. Everything worked out the best way it possibly could.

By Ken Goe, The Oregonian

Spurred on by several hundred fans and an dance team, Robby Andrews did what he needed to do Thursday night in the...

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Andrews’ kick does the trick at USATF national championships

July 02, 2015

“I didn’t know I had it until the line. This is my first world team, and I couldn’t be happier. I’ve been waiting for this for a long time. Races like this make all the sacrifices worth it.”

By Tim Morris, The Independent

Robby Andrews’ running career has been one of electrifying kicks at the...

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Andrews Finishes Fourth in the Mile

April 27, 2013

By Josh Newman, Asbury Park Press

PHILADELPHIA — It took Robby Andrews a while to get himself together.

On one of those picturesque, sun-drenched Saturdays at the Penn Relays, the former Manalapan and University of Virginia star crossed the line fourth in the Olympic Development Men’s Mile,...

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Portland Track Festival Adds High School Miles

April 23, 2013

Bringing the best prep U.S. Milers to Portland, OR Saturday, June 8

From Portland Track Festival

PORTLAND, Ore. – (April 23, 2013) – The Portland Track Festival has announced the addition of elite boys and elite girls Mile races to this year's schedule.

Both the top boys and girls Mile...

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