Mile News Tagged Mitchell Street Mile

Kiplagat, McGowan Win World’s Richest Mile

September 21, 2017

Australia's Lottoland Mitchell Street Mile awards more than $41,000 with $12,000 for each race champion

By NT News

DARWIN got an in-depth look at Kenya’s great depth in middle and long distance running when Silas Kiplagat won Sunday’s elite men’s race at the Lottoland Mitchell Street Mile.

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Gusman, LaCaze Win Mitchell Street Mile

September 19, 2016

More than 3,500 fans were on hand in overcast conditions to watch the third edition of one of the world’s richest Mile road races down under in Darwin

By Grey Morris, NT News

Canberra runner Jordan Gusman unseated Olympian Ryan Gregson as the Mitchell Mile champion when he won the event in...

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Rise of the Mitchell Street Mile draws top field, expects to double participant numbers

September 03, 2015

Australian 1500m record holder Ryan Gregson and Olympian Collis Birmingham confirming this week for second edition in Darwin on September 20; record $35,000 prize purse

By Grey Morris, NT News

The $35,000 foot face on Darwin’s main thoroughfare on Sunday, September 20, will be the second...

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Australia’s Mitchell Street Mile: The race for $35,000 cash stash

July 30, 2015

Darwin’s premier race the Mitchell Street Mile on Sunday, September 20, is now Australia’s richest middle-­distance event, with the first male and female runners taking home more than $7000.

From NT News

The 1609m race has a total prize pool of $35,000.

Athletics NT general manager John...

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