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Baddeley and Donohue win mile runs At Armory Center

Andy Baddeley of Great Britain and Erin Donohue of the USA ran to solid victories in the mile at the 15th New Balance Games at the Armory Track and Field Center in New York on Saturday (23).

Baddeley, the 2008 winner of Oslo’s Dream Mile, clocked 3:55.64, an indoor personal best for the 27-year-old. Donohue clocked 4:28.92, also an indoor career best.

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In the men’s race, Baddeley sat slightly off the pace as the pack rounded 400 metres in 59.2 and 800 in 1:59.5.  From there, the Briton turned up the pace to finish in 3:55.64 with fellow countrymen Ricky Stevenson and training partner Mark Draper close behind in 3:56.31 and 3:56.80, respectively…..IAAF Read More

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