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PROTRACK » GENERAL » The death of the two mile.

The death of the two mile.

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1 The death of the two mile. on Mon Aug 20, 2012 7:35 pm

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I'm going to go ahead and presume that there will be four 3200m races in 28 race meets (VRTA, Wang, the Rat, and Stawell). Fairly disappointing for the dizzy runners out there.

Is this reason enough for Noble Park and St Bernards to move away from their 2km races? I doubt it will happen.

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