Mile News Tagged Terrence Mahon


Mile star Nikki Hiltz’s parallel success stories

August 28, 2019

“When my career is over and all said and done, I want to be remembered as more than just a good athlete. I believe this motivates me to run faster. The faster I run the more people I’m going to reach and the more lives I can potentially change.”

By Dave Hunter, Track & Field News

Last year,...

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Meet the Miler: Therese Haiss

June 07, 2019

The 2019 State Street Mile champion toes the line at the inaugural Virginia Mason Memorial Downtown Yakima Mile on Saturday evening.

By David Monico, Bring Back the Mile

Coming off of a thrilling win at the 20th State Street Mile, an event record and fastest recorded women's Mile on...

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A Day in the Life: Eric Avila

April 11, 2019

"We value recovery. If you’re tired, there’s a reason. If you don’t have it today, go home."

From Runner's World / adidas

Here's a movie pitch for you: A late-blooming high school state champion goes to college, gets arrested, flunks out, labors as a landscaper, gets a second chance, earns...

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The Grind & Intensity of a Pro Runner’s Day: Eat, Run, Repeat

April 09, 2019

“How you deal with the low days determines your success in this sport. It makes you who you are.”

From Runner's World / adidas

Every runner knows that you stand on the podium alone, but getting there takes support. Nikki Hiltz aspires to stand there one day as a top-3 American Miler, but the...

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Meet the Miler: Emily Lipari

May 08, 2018

2018 USA Road Mile champion and reigning BBTM GP Tour champion returns to the Twin Cities to defend her title at the Medtronic TC 1 Mile on Thursday evening.

By David Monico, Bring Back the Mile

The Medtronic TC 1 Mile defending champion, Emily Lipari, is returning to headline another...

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Meet the Miler: Lauren Johnson

July 26, 2017

By Bring Back the Mile

We exchanged emails with rising U.S. Mile star Lauren Johnson ahead of Friday evening's GNC Live Well Liberty Mile showdown in Pittsburgh. Lauren, 30, who is currently living in her hometown of Huntington, Indiana, but is essentially "homeless" this track season before...

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Making the Most of Your Mile: Inaugural Boxcar Mile

August 12, 2015

A community race rises in West Chester, PA with $8400 in prize money and a post-race party for all; a Bring Back the Mile Featured Event 2015

By Bring Back the Mile

A long time ago (2012), in a galaxy far, far away (United States), around the time BBTM began, we were thrilled to hear about...

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Running strong: Terrence Mahon

December 15, 2013

Boston Athletic Association’s new elite group coach Terrence Mahon sees the city as a place to train future Olympians; also coach of top U.S. Milers and Olympians Morgan Uceny and Anna Willard

As told to Shira Springer, Boston Globe

The purpose of the BAA high-performance elite team is to dig...

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Uceny Coming Back to USA to Train Under Mahon

September 20, 2013

#1 ranked Miler in 2011 looks for top performance at Sunday's NYRR Fifth Avenue Mile

By Chris Lotsbom, Race Results Weekly

NEW YORK -- American miler Morgan Uceny is on the move once again. The 28-year-old 2012 Olympian arrived at JFK Airport last night carrying extra luggage, knowing that...

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Uceny on Kenya: “It Makes You Realize”

February 22, 2013

By Barbara Huebner, NYRR News Service

By most measures, Kenya is a long way from Indiana. But not by every measure.

“Training in Kenya just makes you realize that you don’t need to have extraordinary means to be a good athlete,” said Morgan Uceny, who spent many of her summers in Plymouth,...

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