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LAGAT LEADS RECORD DAY AT NYRR MILLROSE GAMES

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LAGAT LEADS RECORD DAY AT NYRR MILLROSE GAMES

Records fell by the wayside and dramatic finishes played out here at the 107th NYRR Millrose Games at The New Balance Track & Field Center at The Armory. Bernard Lagat broke his third national record here in three years, winning the 2000 meters in 4:54.74, while Mary Cain thrilled her hometown fans with a tactical victory in the NYRR Wanamaker Mile for Women.

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Records Highlight 107th NYRR Millrose Games

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Records Highlight 107th NYRR Millrose Games

For the third consecutive year, American Olympian Bernard Lagat re-wrote the record books, setting a new American record for 2000 meters at the 107th NYRR Millrose Games. Lagat's four minute, 54.74 second victory was just one of the many thrilling events that captivated a capacity crowd at the New Balance Track & Field Center at The Armory. 

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STREAKS ON THE LINE IN DISTANCE DISCIPLINES AT NYRR MILLROSE GAMES

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STREAKS ON THE LINE IN DISTANCE DISCIPLINES AT NYRR MILLROSE GAMES

Entering Saturday's 107th NYRR Millrose Games at The New Balance Track & Field Center at The Armory, a number of streaks are on the line in the distance disciplines. Speaking to members of the media here today, Mary Cain, Bernard Lagat, Nick Willis, and Kim Conley each spoke about their recent success on the track and time spent racing in the Big Apple.

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World Championships Medalist Matthew Centrowitz, Teenage Sensation Mary Cain to headline NYRR Wanamaker Miles

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World Championships Medalist Matthew Centrowitz, Teenage Sensation Mary Cain to headline NYRR Wanamaker Miles

Moscow World Championships silver medalist Matthew Centrowitz and teenage track sensation Mary Cain will headline the NYRR Wanamaker Mile fields at the NYRR Millrose Games on Saturday, February 15, and three-time Olympian Nick Willis and three-time USA champion Morgan Uceny will be among their top competitors in what has traditionally been the most anticipated event of the Millrose Games.

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