The 2018 Front Street Mile got underway along Front Street at 7:00pm, with waves of the Bermuda Triangle Challenge participants leading things off.
Dage Minors will go into the history books as he became the first Bermudian to win the KPMG Front Street Mile Elite Menís race.
Minors was able to make a break and everything came together he was able to clock a winning time of 4:33.00, Jordan Donnelly was second in 4:34.16 and Girma Bekele Gebre finished third stopping the clock in 4:36.93
Angel Piccirillo won the Elite Female race when she was able to hold off Dana Mecke at the line by .01 of a second, Piccirillo was clocked at 4:52.26, while Mecke was clocked at 4:52.27 and finishing 3rd was Kathryn Lazarchick who was clocked at 4;54.24.
The narrowest finish of the night came during the Senior School Boys race when Quincy Kuzyk and Johndelle Cumberbatch recorded the same time of 4:51.6, with Kuzyk declared the winner, Cumberbatch was second and Robert Edwards finished third clocking 4:56.3.
04:33.0 Dage Minors 04:34.2 Jordan Donnelly 04:36.9 Girma Bekele Gebre 04:38.6 Birhanu Dare Kemal 04:44.2 Andrew Pitts 04:44.7 Abu Kebede Diriba
Middle School Girls
05:43.2 Taylor White 05:48.9 M. Sharrieff 05:54.5 Aubree Lopez 05:58.2 R. Brangman 05:59.5 Zoe Hasselkuss 06:03.5 S. Cann 06:04.5 J. Hasselkuss 06:04.8 Jade Johnston 06:07.7 Jezhari Talbot 06:11.7 Che-Chulae Mone Dowling 06:13.5 A. Argent 06:19.2 K. Bean-Rosario 06:21.2 D. Desmond 06:23.7 Satasia Swann 06:26.5 Liana Medeiros 06:31.1 C. Coleman 06:44.2 M. Tankard 06:48.5 S. Lawrence 06:58.2 B. Howes 06:58.2 Megan Johnston
Middle School Boys
05:02.5 Sancho Smith 05:04.2 Kahzi Sealey 05:05.7 Ryan Fleming 05:06.3 Tommy Marshall 05:17.2 J. Brislane 05:27.8 Oslo Adamson 05:28.2 Sam Williamson 05:40.0 S. Jones 05:43.5 T. Goater 05:46.8 J. Grant 05:49.3 John Dickinson 05:53.4 Andre Mussenden 05:54.2 S. Hayward 05:56.4 J. James 05:57.7 B. Furbert 05:59.5 J. Simons 06:04.3 M. Falcao 06:11.3 E. Homan 06:11.7 H. Watson-Brown 06:13.3 F. Watson-Brown 07:00.7 M. Reid