Mile News Tagged Suzy Favor Hamilton

Suzy Favor Hamilton Memoir Due to Be Released Next Month

August 29, 2015

"In this startling frank memoir, the Olympian recounts the journey to outrun her demons..."

By Megan Hetzel, Runner's World

Three-time Olympian Suzy Favor Hamilton is set to release a new book called Fast Girl: A Life Spent Running from Madness on September 14. HarperCollins is publishing the...

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Suzy Favor Hamilton Memoir Scheduled for June Publication

November 14, 2014

Three-time Olympian also won four outdoor USA 1500 meter titles and three indoor Mile national crowns.

By Scott Douglas, Runner's World

Three-time Olympian Suzy Favor Hamilton will publish a memoir, Fast Girl: Running from Madness, in June 2015.

Details about the book, to be published by...

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Four Favorite Falmouth Mile Moments

August 14, 2014

Annual track event has produced fast and thrilling Mile performances over the past 19 years.

By Bring Back the Mile

While there have been a few more late-summer track Miles pop-up on the U.S. calendar recently, in 1995 the New Balance Falmouth Road Race had a novel idea - to run a...

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Hello, World

May 17, 2013

By Brett Hoover, Armory Track

Don't leave Mary Cain alone with your records. She is sure to shatter them.

Tonight at the Oxy High Performance meet in Los Angeles, the 17-year-old had her most stunning moment yet. And that is no easy task.
Running with a group of professionals, Cain went from...

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Olympian Favor Hamilton finds true gold

July 21, 2012

As she took center stage no one knew what was going on inside her.

By Gary D'Amato, Journal Sentinel

The finish line was 200 meters away. She just had to hold on for 30 more seconds and the gold medal would be hers.

Suzy Favor Hamilton had trained her entire life for this moment. She'd...

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