Mile News Tagged Morton Games

2012 Mile winner Nicole Schappert returns to the Morton Games

June 10, 2014

The women’s Mile will once again be a world class affair in Dublin

By Noel Guiden, Morton Games

Nicole Schappert (USA) of the NJ / NY track club returns to Santry for the Women’s International Mile on Friday evening, July 11. Nicole was the winner of the inaugural Women’s International Mile...

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Americans Leslie, Felnagle Win Morton Games Mile

July 18, 2013

Mile champions set personal and meet records, 3:55.85 and 4:30.44, respectively; nine men sub-4 minutes; two national Mile records

By Noel Guiden, Morton Games

DUBLIN, Ireland - A truly fantastic athletics meet at Wednesday night's Morton Games in Santry. A night of highlights and magnificent...

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American Milers Cross the Pond for Ireland’s Most Famous Race

July 09, 2013

The July 17 Morton Mile welcomes top Americans for one of the most historic races in the world

By Morton Games

The Morton Mile is the most famous race in Irish athletics, graced by the presence of Olympians and Olympic champions including Ireland’s own Ronnie Delany, Herb Elliott (AUS), Kip...

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Morton Games Becomes First Bring Back the Mile International Partner

February 27, 2013

Historic Irish Mile attracts international talent each year including top Americans

By Bring Back the Mile & Morton Games

The Morton Games and Bring Back the Mile (BBTM) announce that they have entered into a partnership to support the storied Morton Mile, a race with a rich history going...

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2012 Morton Games Recap & Results

July 25, 2012

Will Leer leads ten men under four minutes in Morton Mile; Nicole Schappert surprises in Women's International Mile setting meet record.

By Kevin Liao, FloTrack

Men's Morton Mile

David Torrence was initially ruled the winner of the Morton Mile but a closer examination of the photo finish...

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