Mile News Tagged Andy Baddeley


Grice, England Win Inaugural Westminster Mile

May 26, 2013

Keen competition for national road Mile titles in the capital

By Steve Smythe, Athletics Weekly

Teenager Charlie Grice followed up his BMC win in Solihull last week with another confident victory as the inaugural Bupa Westminster Mile in London hosted the British Athletics 1 Mile road...

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Top Milers Named for Westminster Event

May 01, 2013

British line-up for Bupa Westminster Mile announced, as Mo Farah named as an event ambassador

By Athletics Weekly

Olympians Andy Baddeley, Ross Murray, Nick McCormick, Hannah England, Lisa Dobriskey and Steph Twell will head a field of 3,000 in the new Bupa Westminster Mile on Sunday May 26...

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London 2012 Olympics: the British Miler, episode five

May 28, 2012

By The Telegraph

In the fifth of our exclusive videos tracking three British 1,500m athletes in their attempt to qualify for London 2012, we join Andy Baddeley as he trains for the Games in Richmond Park, west London.

Baddeley recently exceeded the 'A' qualifying time for the London 2012...

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International Field Set for PUMA Mile at Mt. SAC Relays

April 19, 2012

An international field will vie for $10,000 in prize money

By Bring Back the Mile

A top international field of men and women will toe the line for the PUMA Mile at the Mt. SAC Relays for a chance to take home a slice of the $10,000 prize purse. On the women’s side, Americans Maggie Infeld...

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