Mile News Tagged Shannon Rowbury


Confidence Growing, Rowbury Ready for Rigors of 1500m Rounds

July 24, 2012

“I feel like I can get better as the rounds progress because I’m able to recover quickly and bounce back.”
By David Monti, (c) 2012 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved

TEDDINGTON, England – (July 24, 2012) – The three rounds of the 1500m at the Olympic Games makes that event a...

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Rowbury’s roots helped cultivate Olympic career

July 22, 2012

By Alexis Terrazas, San Francisco Examine

Andy Chan first witnessed it 14 years ago, and has seen it hundreds of times since.

It’s the simple sight of his former student, Shannon Rowbury, jumping up and down two to three times before each and every race. But four years ago at the Beijing...

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4 Minutes with a Miler: Shannon Rowbury

June 07, 2012

Bring Back the Mile’s podcast series, 4 Minutes with a Miler, speaks to U.S. Olympian and #2 Miler on the U.S. list with a 4:20.34, Shannon Rowbury. Shannon, a Bay Area native and Duke University grad was a founding member of the Bay Area Track Club and is coached by John Cook. The interview is...

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Hot Stepper: Exclusive Interview with Shannon Rowbury

February 29, 2012

The 2008 Olympian proves that constant goal setting is a sure path through injury.
By Jon Gugala, Competitor Magazine

One of Shannon Rowbury’s competitors said it best: “She just can’t believe that she’s not a better athlete than every other girl out there.”

That competitor, who will remain...

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