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Defending titlist Doyle returning to Arnold Mills race

July 2, 2011

CUMBERLAND — When he entered last year’s Arnold Mills Road Race, Brian Doyle wasn’t planning on winning the four-mile event. After a grueling high school season, his final year at Bishop Hendricken, he was just looking for a hard training run on the Cumberland course.
But midway through the race something happened. His adrenaline and competitive nature took over and he not only satisfied his goal of a quick tempo run, but actually won the popular Fourth of July race with a time of 20 minutes, 52 seconds.

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