Duluthians Hill, Strandemo win 17th annual Minnesota Mile

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It was a beautiful Friday night for folks to hit the Duluth skyline for the 17th annual Minnesota Mile, with people of all ages lined up to run, jog, and walk the course

Grandma’s Marathon public relations and marketing director Zach Schneider says this race is a great way to get all skill levels involved with running.

“This is something that everyone feels they can do, whether they’re coming out trying to set a new personal record, beat their best time, or just come out here and walk the thing and finish and be active and be with your friends and family. I think it appeals to every demographic that we have and it’s turned into a wonderful event for us in the fall.”

Duluth East alum Kenall Hill won with a mile time of 4 minutes 31 seconds, and Duluth’s Madeline Strandemo won the women’s crown in 4 minutes 59 seconds.

The next race up is the Nightmare 5k on October 28th. Click here to find out more information.