2017 Recap: O’Hare wins inaugural Torrence Mile in a deluge, Long Islander Lipari outsprints Martinez to defend the home turf


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Hoka One One Long Island Mile: September 6th, 2017

Wednesday, September 6th, 2017
St. Anthony’s High School, Huntington Station, Long Island, NY

Long Island Mile is Rain or Shine

Community Races start at 7pm, with each heat getting progressively faster.
An elite race walk and a sub-elite professional 4 minute mile attempt will start at 8:15pm

The David Torrence Men’s 1 Mile Run & Sayville-Smithtown Running Company Elite Women’s 1 Mile Run will begin at approximately 8:30pm

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Race registration includes entry to watch elite races.  
Spectator only tickets are available to purchase for $5 here

 

We need your help!  Want to Volunteer?
 Call Brendan: 631-589-5700

 

The David Torrence Mile

The elite men’s race will now be renamed In honor of our 2x Hoka One One Long Island Mile champion David Torrence, who passed away tragically just days before he was set to return to the island to defend his title at this year’s race.  Read more about David here.

 Participate

Race your heat, then watch the elite!  Register to run today

On September 6th the Long Island Mile is back, and you can be a part of it!

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Sayville Running Company, Hoka One One, and Kyle Merber have teamed up to create this unique community event. World class runners will toe the line with hopes of breaking four minutes for the men, and 4:30 for the women.  Community runners are encouraged to join the pros and run their own race in one of the heats preceding the elite races.  

Lace up your racers, step onto the track, and give your best go at the mile before watching the main event from the infield.

 

Spectate

Not interested in racing? No problem. This festival promises to be one of the best spectator events of the year. Whether you are a casual sports fan, or a die-hard track enthusiast, you’ll be sure to enjoy this elite competition and its raucous atmosphere.

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Long Island has an incredible running community and we look forward to cheering these athletes through the quickest mile possible!