Mile News Tagged Hinckley Allen Manchester Mile

Gagnon blazes sub-3:43 to win Manchester Mile

July 04, 2013

Men's Mile champion breaks own course record; Traynor women's champion clocking 4:20.40 on downhill road course

By Roger Brown, New Hampshire Union Leader

MANCHESTER, N.H. - One of the first things Brian Gagnon did after he won Wednesday night's third Hinckley Allen Manchester Mile was take...

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Testing Manchester Mile Seen as a Battle of the Best

July 01, 2013

By John Habib, New Hampshire Union Leader

A week after he posted his personal best time by almost a full second in the 800 meters at the USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Des Moines, Iowa, Brian Gagnon of Lowell, Mass. is hoping to rewrite the record book in the Queen City.


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