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Four Favorite Falmouth Mile Moments

Annual track event has produced fast and thrilling Mile performances over the past 19 years.

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Mile Moment of the Month: The Mile of the Century – Bannister vs. Landy 1954

HOKA ONE ONE presents the Mile Moment of the Month

By Bring Back the Mile

Sixty years ago, on...


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The Long Road: Jordan McNamara’s Path to Success

Injuries have not kept OTC Elite athlete from chasing his running dreams

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Merber Wins, Mackey Defends Falmouth Mile

Three men sub-4 and four women sub-4:30; Tommy Cochary High School Mile goes to Russell Wells,...


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Mile News


Trying to break a 5 minute Mile

August 20, 2014

“Runners have to be tough physically and mentally. The Mile race combines both speed and endurance..."

By David Yon, Tallahassee Democrat

I am setting it as a goal for 2015 right now. If I can stay healthy, I want to be ready to race the Breakfast on the Track event next year.

There is...

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Edwards shoots for 4 minute Mile

August 19, 2014

Mile Night to be contested on Friday during halftime of Delaware High School football scrimmage

By Steve Blackledge, The Columbus Dispatch

Jake Edwards already has crossed off several items from his bucket list.

The former Delaware standout won a state high school track championship in the...

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Merber Wins, Mackey Defends Falmouth Mile

August 17, 2014

Three men sub-4 and four women sub-4:30; Tommy Cochary High School Mile goes to Russell Wells, Stella Worters

From Falmouth Road Race

FALMOUTH, Mass. – Filling the bleachers and lining the rails, hundreds of fans turned out on Saturday evening to cheer the athletes at the Falmouth Mile, which...

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The Long Road: Jordan McNamara’s Path to Success

August 17, 2014

Injuries have not kept OTC Elite athlete from chasing his running dreams

By Jonathan Gault for LetsRun.com

Watch Jordan McNamara run. At the end of a race, it’s a beautiful sight, the outside of the front of his foot making just the briefest contact with the ground as his long, willowy legs...

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