Kate Grace and her deep thoughts from the 2018 NYRR Millrose Games Presser

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Is the third time the charm for Kate Grace. In 2017, Kate Grace ran 4:22.93 at the 2017 NYRR Millrose Games. In 2016, Kate Grace had finished third.

Grace_Kate-Millrose17.jpgKate Grace, Millrose 2017, photo by PhotoRun.net

Kate Grace made the 2016 Olympic team and ran gutty races over 800 meters, improving to 1:58.28 in the 2016 season.

In 2017, Kate Grace made the US team for London and finished 11th in her heat in the 1,500 meters.

Now training with Bowerman TC, under the keen eye of Jerry Schumacher, Kate Grace told the media at the NYRR Millrose Presser that she was fit and implied, perhaps that was fitter than ever before.

Grace_KateQ1-WC17.jpgKate Grace, London WC 2017, photo by PhotoRun.net

We will just have to wait until the Millrose Mile tomorrow!

Here's a short interview with Kate Grace, thanks to Media Manager Nick Nicholas of the NYRR Millrose Games with our esteemed hurdler.

The 111th NYRR Millrose Games can be seen on USATF.TV from 11:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. on Saturday and will be televised live by NBC from 4-6 p.m. There also is the USATF Cool Down show beginning at 6 p.m.

Go to NYRRMillroseGames.org to learn more about the NYRR Millrose Games and to purchase tickets to the Saturday, February 3, 2018meet.

To read the interview, please look below!

1. You were second during last year's NYRR Women's Wanamaker Mile. This year?

Kate Grace: "I don't know. Actually, when I ran it the first time I finished third. So, third, second and this could be the one."

2. What is the hardest workout you do?

Kate Grace: "The hardest workout? Everything is hard and it's crazy. It's exciting that I've been training at a high level for five years. To be hit with running challenges and be running with training partners who are pushing every day that I'm extremely grateful. But I've been working really hard."

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