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Co-ed look grows popular at Hamline Elite Meet

By DAVID LA VAQUE, Star Tribune , 04/26/24, 8:00AM CDT

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The mixed-gender relay, unavailable elsewhere in Minnesota, is back for the third time, and participation will be nearly tripled from where it started.


The 17th running of the Hamline Elite Meet, for the state's top high school track and field athletes, will be Friday night.(Alex Kormann, Star Tribune)

The Hamline Elite Meet is Friday evening at Klas Field.

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