Dalilah Muhammad Wins Blazing Fast 400H Final As Sydney Breaks WJR

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Dalilah Muhammad won one of the deepest 400 meter hurdle races in history at the U.S. championships. Her 52.64 winning time makes her the sixth fastest performer in the history of the event, while Shamier Little's 52.75 ranks No. 9 all-time. High school senior Sydney McLaughlin failed to make the team, but smashed her own world junior record in 53.82 seconds. It was her first time running under 54 seconds.



COMPLETE RESULTS

The performance marked the first time in history that three women have gone sub-53 seconds in the same race. The competition was so deep that Olympic bronze medalist Ashley Spencer finished fourth in a personal best of 53.11 and didn't make the team. 

For Little, the race was welcomed redemption after missing the Olympic Trials final last year. Her finishing time of 52.75 was a massive improvement on her personal best of 53.44 set at the Prefontaine Classic in May. 

Carter's performance was another breakthrough as she finished in the dreaded fourth-place position at the 2016 Olympic Trials. London marks her second international team.

The men's race featured a stunning performance from Florida teammates Eric Futch and T.J Holmes. Futch stormed the field with a personal best of 48.18 to win his first ever national championship. The performance follows an NCAA 400m hurdle title and team win for the Gators in early May. 



Holmes followed his teammate with a third-place finish in 48.44. Holmes' performance marks his first senior international team after earning a bronze medal at the IAAF World Junior Championships in 2014. 

The runner-up position was earned by Michael Stigler who was unable to compete at the Olympic Trials last year. After making the world championship team, Stigler said he was inspired by Olympic champion Bershawn Jackson while competing as a kid.

How Running Saved Hannah Reinhardt's Life

Hannah Reinhardt, a senior at the University at Albany, won the Northeast Regional on the roads this past weekend, earning an individual qualification for the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships on Saturday, Nov. 23. This story, written by Reinhardt on behalf of America East's #BetterTo9ether initiative, details her journey through adversity and how running helped save her life.

Arkansas Goes For Calendar Sweep, Monson/Kelati Battle

In his 30 years at Arkansas, women’s head coach Lance Harter has won four national championships in track. He’s won 15 SEC Cross Country Championships. The program has finished in the top 10 at NCAAs on 10 occasions. But the team has never won an NCAA cross country title, and it’s been two decades since they finished in the top four. 

2019 DII XC Championships Preview: Mines, Adams State Look To Stay On Top

DII/DIII FloXC Show: NCAA Podium Picks

The 2019 DII NCAA XC Championships are this Saturday, Nov. 23, in Sacramento, California. FloTrack will have Live coverage of the event beginning at 10:00 am PT with the start of the women’s 6k.

House Of Run: An NCAA XC Primer

Kevin and Jason preview Saturday’s NCAA Cross Country Championships, LIVE on FloTrack, and discuss if the NAU men’s team can win their fourth straight title, who will emerge from a three-way battle for the women’s championship and the next chapter in the Alicia Monson/Weini Kelati rivalry.

How To Watch The 2019 DIII NCAA Cross Country Championships Live

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FloTrack will provide exclusive live and on-demand coverage of the 2019 Division III NCAA Cross Country National Championships. The DIII NCAA Championships will take place on Nov. 23 in Louisville, Kentucky. The broadcast will begin with the men's race at 10:45am EST, followed by the women's race at 11:45am. Sign up today to watch all three NCAA XC Championships live and get access to all of FloTrack's pre and post-race coverage. A subscription also gives users access to MileSplit and all of the events and premium content across the network of 25 FloSports sites.

How To Watch The 2019 DII NCAA Cross Country Championships Live

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FloTrack will provide exclusive live and on-demand coverage of the 2019 Division II NCAA Cross Country National Championships. The DII NCAA Championships will take place on Nov. 23 in Sacramento, California. The broadcast will begin with the women's race at 1:00pm (EST) and the men's race at 2:15pm. Sign up today to watch all three NCAA XC Championships live and get access to all of FloTrack's pre and post-race coverage. A subscription also gives users access to MileSplit and all of the events and premium content across the network of 25 FloSports sites.

Seven Lingering Questions Ahead Of NCAAs

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2019 FloXC Fantasy Challenge: Final Round, NCAA Championships (POINTS WORTH QUADRUPLE!!!)

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