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Centrowitz defends title in Wanamaker Mile at Millrose Games

Centrowitz defends title in Wanamaker Mile at Millrose Games

NEW YORK (AP) - Matthew Centrowitz realizes there's always a chance he could wake up feeling ill the morning of his race at the Rio Olympics or the U.S. trials.

As the Broadneck High School graduate put it Saturday after defending his title in the Wanamaker Mile at the 109th Millrose Games: "You're not allowed to call it a day and reschedule."

The two-time world championships medalist was fighting off an upper-respiratory infection this week, and on Friday night he considered dropping out of the storied indoor meet. A phone call with coach Alberto Salazar convinced him to compete and go after his third Wanamaker title, though he couldn't run the race as...

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