Episode 355: NCAA Cross Country Championship Recap

Jason and Kevin chat about Patrick Tiernan denying Edward Cheserek a fourth straight NCAA Cross Country title, the historical context of Oregon women’s team upsetting the field, a surprise winner in the women’s individual race and the tie-breaking procedure in the NCAA.
The guys also discuss the Division 3 runner who got hit by a deer in a cross country race, Devon Allen’s decision to turn professional, Usain Bolt’s search for a narrative, Eliud Kipchoge racing through pollution and javelin competitions based on accuracy.
Show Notes
-Jesse puts Oregon’s upset in context
-Devon Allen goes pro, focuses on track 
-Another Bolt interview
-Where will Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce train?
-Interview with the runner who got hit by a deer (video embedded)
-New 32 x 50m world record from the University of Michigan Running Club
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