The 12th Annual Minnesota Mile will be a bit more scenic with the new one mile loop to be moved from downtown Duluth. Registration is now open and fills up fast. Whether you are a seasoned vet of running or this is your first race, it promises to showcase Duluth's finest views.
Registration is now open for the 10th Annual Minnesota Mile road race, which is Sunday, September 11 in downtown Duluth. This is a fun event for all skill levels and 250 finishers will be randomly selected to receive guaranteed entries into the 2017 Gary Bjorklund Half Marathon.
It is sure to be a busy weekend! Ken is at Shoot For Fun that benefits Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute, I have the UDAC Walk A Mile In Our Shoes, then from 1p-5p the Harold's Fiasco Hog Roast to benefit St. Jude. There are other events in the Northland this weekend that will enable travel on some roadways. Here's what you need to know.
Make your decision to just do it! It's time to get signed up for The Minnesota Mile, set for downtown Duluth on Sunday, September 13, 2015.
By finishing the Grandma's Minnesota Mile you qualify for a chance to win a Guaranteed Entry into the 2016 Garry Bjorklund Half Marathon.
For many it's an annual tradition, and a way to get their entry into the Gary Bjorklund Half Marathon.
Registration is now available for the 8th annual Grandma’s Minnesota Mile road race in downtown Duluth. This one-mile event on Sunday, Sept. 7 is open to those of all skill levels.
In the early 1980s Scott Keenan, then, executive director of Grandma's Marathon, started and directed the Minnesota Mile in Duluth, Minnesota. At the time, it was the second mile road race to be hosted in the United States behind the Fifth Avenue Mile directed by legendary race director, Fred Lebow. After a seven year run, the Minnesota Mile was discontinued. I had the honor of running the first