Mile News Tagged Oak City Mile

Presson and Cozzarelli take North Carolina State Titles at inaugural Oak City Mile

September 16, 2015

$2300 in prize money was handed out at the Inaugural Oak City Mile; both Isaac Presson (4:25) and Andie Cozzarelli (4:58) won state titles with convincing leads over second place.

From Sir Walter Running

It was a beautiful afternoon for the inaugural Oak City Mile on Sunday, September 13th in...

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Making the Most of Your Mile: Inaugural Oak City Mile

September 10, 2015

A road Mile tradition continues in Raleigh on Sunday, September 13 with $2300 in prize money and an opportunity for everyone of all ages to ring the PR bell

By Bring Back the Mile

The Oak City Mile will hit the streets of downtown Raleigh, NC this Sunday maintaining a 1-Mile road race...

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Meet the Elites Racing in the 2015 Oak City Mile

September 10, 2015

The Oak City Mile to host a 'Course Preview Run' tonight; this BBTM Featured Event takes place on Sunday, September 13 at 2:00 pm and also serves as the 2015 USATF NC 1 Mile Road Race Championship.

From Sir Walter Running

If you hadn’t heard, “The Oak City Mile is continuing Downtown...

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The Oak City Mile continues Downtown Raleigh’s Road Mile tradition

September 04, 2015

The Oak City Mile, a BBTM Featured Event, is the USATF NC 1 Mile Road Race Championship with a $2300 prize purse on Sunday, September 13. 

From Sir Walter Running

Despite course changes, Raleigh’s Downtown Road Mile will continue on its regular Sunday afternoon in September (the 13th) with...

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