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Bronze for Miller at Commonwealth Games in India

NEW DELHI -- Former DSU track standout Ramon Miller won bronze in the 400-meter finals Saturday at the Commonwealth Games. Miller, running for the Bahamas, ran a time of 45.55 seconds, putting him behind winner Kenya's Mark Kiprotich Muttai (45.4...

NEW DELHI -- Former DSU track standout Ramon Miller won bronze in the 400-meter finals Saturday at the Commonwealth Games.

Miller, running for the Bahamas, ran a time of 45.55 seconds, putting him behind winner Kenya's Mark Kiprotich Muttai (45.44) and Australia's Sean Wroe (45.46).

Finishing close behind Miller was Bahamian teammate, Michael Mathieu in 45.56.

Miller, a silver medalist in the 1,600 relay at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, teams up with another Dickinson State standout, La'Sean Pickstock for the preliminary heat of the 1,600 relay on Monday.

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