Mile News Tagged Queen St Golden Mile

Kiwis win the Queen Street Golden Mile

April 06, 2014

"It’s so different than being on the track, with such a buzz having this crowd here."

By Triathlon NZ, Fuseworks

In form Hamish Carson and long distance runner Lydia O’Donnell won the Queen Street Golden Mile on Sunday.

Hamish Carson, fresh from winning his fourth national 1500m title in...

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USA vs. New Zealand Battle Looms in Queen Street Golden Mile

April 03, 2014

Craig Miller leads American contingent for Sunday, April 6 downhill road Mile in New Zealand

The Queen Street Golden Mile takes place this Sunday as part of the Barfoot & Thompson ITU World Triathlon Auckland with the elite races supported by age group Mile options and a Celebrity Queen Street...

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Queen Street Mile to Merge with Triathlon World Series

July 29, 2013

Mile legend John Walker's first and only Queen Street Mile was in 1982, which he remembers the downhill race as both "frightening and exciting"; event to benefit Walker's Find Your Field of Dream Foundation


The Queen Street Golden Mile will become part of the program for next...

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Nick Willis Wins Mile at Drake Relays

April 28, 2013

By ONE Sport

New Zealand's Olympic 1500 metres silver medallist Nick Willis (right, PhotoRun) has won the Mile race at the renowned Drake Relays meeting in Des Moines, Iowa today.

He won in a time of 3 minutes 55.70 seconds, over 3 seconds clear of second placed American Miles Batty, who...

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Queen St Mile: Aussie Wins Elite Sprint

April 02, 2013

New Zealand Olympian Lucy van Dalen finishes third behind training partners in women's race.

By Dana Johannsen, The New Zealand Herald

AUCKLAND, New Zealand - Australian middle distance runner Ryan Gregson was fixed on racing the Queen St Golden Mile ever since the idea of bringing back the...

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Auckland’s ‘Golden Mile’ Run Returns

December 12, 2012

By Kelsey Fletcher, Auckland Now

Almost 30 years after running its last race, Auckland's Queen St Golden Mile is back.

The central city run is being reinstated next year by the John Walker Find Your Field of Dreams Foundation.

But in a twist it will be open to professional athletes,...

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