Mile News Tagged Devonport Mile

Aussie Milers, McSweyn & Hoare, tangle in Tasmania

January 02, 2023

“This is 100% good for the sport. Events like this are a rarity, and people are engaged with it so much that I think it’s another option that should be invested in.”

By Sean Whipp for World Athletics

On a cool night on the north coast of Tasmania, more than 2,000 of Devonport’s 26,000...

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Rio Olympians Mathews, McEntee to compete in the Mile races in Devonport & Burnie

December 19, 2017

"I’m looking to use these Mile races as a stepping stone to what will be a quality 1500 meter field come Trials time."

By Alex Fair, The Advocate

The Christmas Carnivals Series will welcome two more of the big names of the Australian athletics scene in Rio Olympic middle-distance running duo...

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