January 17, 2020
Third edition offers $2600 prize purse and welcomes elites, kids, families, all ages and first-timers to run the iconic distance
AUSTIN, Texas -- The Ascension Seton Austin Marathon presented by Under Armour welcomes the return of Dole Packaged Foods as presenting sponsor. The Manzano Mile...
July 30, 2018
Second edition presented by Dole celebrates Milers of all speeds & abilities, from elites to children; $6000 prize purse available
From High Five Events
The Manzano Mile presented by DOLE® will take place on Saturday, February 16th, during 2019 Austin Marathon weekend. Dole Packaged Foods’...
January 26, 2018
BBTM Featured Event, Manzano Mile presented by Dole, is Saturday, February 17 as part of the Austin Marathon weekend of events
By Bring Back the Mile
We sat down with Leo "The Lion" Manzano, a HOKA ONE ONE sponsored athlete, two-time Olympian and 2012 Olympic 1500m silver medalist along with...
January 15, 2018
The Austin Marathon Manzano Mile presented by Dole to offer $6000 elite field prize purse
AUSTIN, Texas – High Five Events, one of the largest privately owned event production companies in the United States, introduces Dole Packaged Foods LLC as presenting sponsor for the 2018 Manzano Mile, set...
December 01, 2017
Namesake Leo Manzano, Olympic silver medalist and 2018 Austin Marathon Race Ambassador, to host road race event
AUSTIN, Texas - High Five Events, one of the largest privately owned event production companies in the United States, introduces the Manzano Mile, set to take place on Saturday,...
August 07, 2013
In America, "When they ask you how fast you run, it’s always about how fast you run the Mile rather than the 1500.”
By Alex Mills, Athletics Weekly
When most people think of the Mile, names such as Seb Coe, Steve Ovett and Steve Cram are sure to spring to mind. The name Leo Manzano is perhaps...
March 25, 2013
By Leah Fisher Nyfeler, Austin Fit Magazine
I confess: The thought of running at an all-comers track meet had me scared to death. I’ve never been in a track meet, although I cheered my son on enthusiastically when he was in middle school (he ran hurdles) and then again when he ran cross...