Mile News Tagged World Indoor Championships


Four-time Olympian Marcus O’Sullivan appreciates career years later

February 15, 2018

If you were a betting man, you wouldn’t have put anything on me. I was very small, very light, but I had will power to do something well.

By Cathal Dennehy, Irish Examiner

Twenty years ago, Marcus O’Sullivan ran his 100th sub-4 minute Mile (one of only three men to do so), the last major...

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World indoor legends: Marcus O’Sullivan

January 14, 2018

Mile legend and three-time World champion shares his four indoor global event memories

By Steve Landells for the IAAF

Ahead of the forthcoming IAAF World Indoor Championships Birmingham 2018, we launch a new series focused on some of the great world indoor champions from the past.

First up...

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Team USA Distance Runners Add Four Medals at Worlds

March 21, 2016

Centrowitz wins first international 1500m gold, Hill & Rowbury earn 3000m silver & bronze in front of sellout crowd in Portland.

By Ben DeJarnette, Runner's World

The American distance crew capped its impressive weekend with four more medals at the IAAF World Indoor Championships on Sunday,...

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Centrowitz, Andrews make 2016 IAAF World Indoor Championship 1500 Final

March 19, 2016

"It felt alright, as alright as a prelim round can feel. Things got a little choppy out there. [On getting elbowed] It's part of racing, it's all good. I'm excited [heading into finals], just got to try to get in a good position and see what happens." - Matthew Centrowitz

By LetsRun.com

If...

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Centro Goes for Gold on Home Turf Against Souleiman, Willis and Iguider

March 18, 2016

Centrowitz is undefeated in 2016 and ran 3:50.63 at Millrose, but can he take down rivals Ayanleh Souleiman (fresh off a 1000m WR) and World Championship bronze medalist Abdalaati Iguider?

By LetsRun.com

For the first time in 29 years, the U.S. will play host to the IAAF World Indoor Track &...

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Brenda Martinez Aims to Prevent an Ethiopian-Born Sweep at 2016 World Indoors

March 18, 2016

After Brenda Martinez qualified for Worlds last week by earning her first national title, she shared some optimism for the upcoming meet.

By LetsRun.com

For the first time in 29 years, the U.S. will play host to the IAAF World Indoor Track & Field Championships. Portland, Oregon will be the...

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Gabriele Grunewald Pre-World Indoors Interview

March 04, 2014

"Even though a ‘kicker’s’ race would be good for me, I also think I’m in shape to PR in the 3000m."

By Christopher Kelsall, Athletics Illustrated

Gabriele Grunewald, better known as GG or Gabe, is an American middle-distance runner from small town Minnesota or Perham, MN to be exact. A...

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Heather Kampf Named to U.S. Indoor Team for Worlds

March 03, 2014

Mary Cain, U.S. 1500m indoor champion, withdraws with a calf injury.

By Jon Gugala, Competitor.com

It was around 9:00am this morning and Heather Kampf had just run 10 miles on the treadmill, escaping the interminable Minnesota winter, when she received a call from a phone number she didn’t...

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