Edgewood College Track in Madison, Wisconsin - runtrack.run
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Edgewood College Track

400m synthetic track in Madison, WI
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About 300m above sea level900ft above sea level
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827, Woodrow Street, Dudgeon-Monroe, Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin, 53711, USA
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