The NCAA altitude converts puts his time at 3:55.53. CU's Dani Jones won the women's race in 4:39.50 which converts to 4:32.61.
There was a total of $28,800 prize money on hand with $4,700 going to the winners. *Results
Spence Gracey is passing on a spring marathon this year to focus on the half but plans to run one in the fall. *Results
Florida, Oregon and LSU stayed 1-3, but Virginia moved from 12th to 4th.
*Top 5 Women's DI Rankings Remain Intact As Oregon Stays On Top
*NCAA DI Athletes Of The Week Are Tennessee And Arizona Sprinters Christian Coleman And Sage Watson Watson set a collegiate and Canadian 500m record in 1:08.40 while Coleman ran 6.51 in the 60 to put himself tied for 8th best in NCAA history.
*Event-By-Event Top 10 NCAA Marks From The Weekend Distance highlights included Indiana's Daniel Kuhn (1:46.42) and Virginia Tech's Hanna Green (2:03.31) in the 800 and a 9:03 3000 by Indiana's Katherine Receveur.
While most US runners are racing and training in the US during indoor, Sowinski is racing on the European circuit and even did some training with Poland's World silver medalist Adam Kszczot.
This was the last year for the event and several other countries including the UK and New Zealand have pulled out as well.
Huddle says the earliest she'd do another marathon is spring 2018, maybe London or Boston and that she'd like to run the marathon at Tokyo 2020.
She has "no problem" with the 2-hour project, and thinks Eliud Kipchoge can break the WR, but feels "1:59:59 is setting the bar too high."
Fraser-Pryce says it's still not fully healed, but that she doesn't "think it can get any worse than 2016, although she hasn't ruled out getting surgery on it.
Are the days of Turkey, Qatar and Bahrain dominating "European" championships over?
The IAAF task force head Rune Andersen said Russian officials still fail to acknowledge the problem and that the plan is now for Russia to not be reinstated until November 2017. *The Telegraph article