Mile News Tagged Bupa Westminster Mile

Adam Clarke and Racheal Bamford among Westminster Mile winners

May 25, 2015

Olympian Mile won by former world Mile record-holder Steve Cram in 5:40 with Olympian Shireen Bailey following home in second.

From Athletics Weekly

Adam Clarke and Racheal Bamford were the winners of the British Mile Championships at Sunday’s Bupa Westminster Mile, while David Weir broke the...

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More than 90 British Olympians are set to participate at Bupa Westminster Mile

May 18, 2015

“The Mile holds a very special place in my heart and it’s wonderful to take part in this race alongside so many of my fellow Olympians on such a special day." - Steve Cram

From Athletics Weekly

Steve Cram (right), Denise Lewis and Basil Heatley are set to be among the more than 90 British...

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Bupa Westminster Mile celebrates Steve Cram’s world record

February 12, 2015

“The Mile is the perfect distance for any age and any ability.”

By Athletics Weekly

The third edition of the Bupa Westminster Mile on Sunday, May 24 will salute one of Britain’s greatest middle-distance runners as well as his Mile record.

Steve Cram broke the Mile world record in the Dream...

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O’Hare, Leonard Win British Titles at Bupa Westminster Mile

May 24, 2014

Winners clock road PBs at London event, while David Weir sets wheelchair road Mile world best; more than 5,000 participants at second edition

By Steve Smythe, Athletics Weekly

Watched by Roger Bannister and Mo Farah, more than 5,000 runners took part in the second Bupa Westminster Mile, a...

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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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