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Stocke, Torvi break tape at Minnesota Mile

Stocke's time was the event's fastest since 2018.

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Runners round the corner at Skyline Parkway near Enger Park during the 16th annual running of the Minnesota Mile on Friday, Sept. 9, 2022 in Duluth.
Steve Tiggerman / Grandma's Marathon
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DULUTH — Cameron Stocke and Hanna Torvi broke the tape first at the finish line on Friday, Sept. 9, in the 16th annual Minnesota Mile in Duluth.

The event, held near Enger Park on Skyline Parkway for the fifth time, included 422 finishers.

Stocke, an elite high school runner for Rock Ridge, finished in four minutes, 29 seconds, but had Brennan Peterson on his heels, finishing just three seconds behind.

Stocke's time is the event's fastest since Josh Kerr ran a 4:10 in 2018.

Torvi, a Duluth native, won the women's race in 5:47, finishing 10 seconds ahead of another Duluthian, Sonny Jenkins.

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David Hyopponen was the men's masters titlist, running a 5:06, while Renee Kallio of Plymouth was the women's masters winner in 6:58.

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Runners round a corner on Skyline Parkway near Enger Park during the 16th annual Minnesota Mile in Duluth on Friday, Sept. 9, 2022.
Steve Tiggerman / Grandma's Marathon

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