Mile News Tagged Falmouth Mile

Stella Worters’ Mile pays off for Shepherd Hill

August 24, 2013

Tommy Cochary High School Mile win at Falmouth includes $2500 grant for her school

By John Conceison, Telegram & Gazette

The second time around was more than a charm for Stella Worters (right). In fact, the second time wound up with a payoff quite true to her school.

Worters, about to begin...

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Blankenship, Mackey Take Falmouth Mile Titles

August 10, 2013

Ten U.S. men go sub-4 minutes; 12th stop on the nationwide inaugural Bring Back the Mile Tour 2013

By Chris Lotsbom, Race Results Weekly

FALMOUTH, Mass. -- The 2013 Falmouth Mile proved exciting once again here at Falmouth High School on Cape Cod. Americans Ben Blankenship (3:56.27) and Katie...

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Torrence Predicts Fast Times at Falmouth Mile

August 09, 2013

Top men's field expected to challenge event record; 12th stop on the nationwide inaugural Bring Back the Mile Tour

By Chris Lotsbom, Race Results Weekly

CAPE COD, Mass. -- David Torrence expects something special from Saturday night's Falmouth Mile here on Cape Cod. Speaking with Race Results...

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Hingham’s Julie McConville to run in prestigious Mile

August 08, 2013

Track star set for Tommy Cochary High School Mile at Falmouth on Saturday evening

From the Hingham Journal

HINGHAM, Mass. — Hingham’s Julie McConville will be one of twenty elite student athletes from around Massachusetts competing in the Tommy Cochary High School Mile on Saturday, August 10...

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Torrence, Martinez Win Falmouth Mile

August 11, 2012

Martinez and Anderson run #1 and #2 fastest women’s Mile times of the year
Jim Gerweck, The Mile wire

FALMOUTH, Mass. – (August 11, 2012) – Last year’s Falmouth Mile, a track precursor to the larger, older 7-mile road race, proved to be one of the deepest ever run on American soil, with the...

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