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FYI-This is men's analysis. (Women have a great history as well, with victories!)

Long race men- 1985:

U.S. men are at it again and continue to exert there presence at the world stage. These were times when our men ran the trials and then ran the championships. These guys we have today are great talents but "panzies" when they run the trials and opt out of the championships.

[edit] Individual
Medal Athlete Time
Gold Carlos Lopes (POR) 33:33 min
Bronze Paul Kipkoech (KEN) 33:37 min
Silver Wodajo Bulti (ETH) 33:38 min

[edit] Team
Medal Athlete Mark
Gold Ethiopia
Wodajo Bulti (3rd)
Bekele Debele (4th)
Kassa Balcha (6th)
Girma Berhanu (28th)
Chala Urgessa (33rd)
Hailu Wolde Tsadik (55th) 129 pts

Silver Kenya
Paul Kipkoech (2nd)
Andrew Masai (14th)
Boniface Merande (17th)
Joshua Kipkemboi (22nd)
Jackson Ruto (41st)
James Kipngetich (45th) 141 pts

Bronze United States
Bruce Bickford (10th)
Pat Porter (12th)
Ed Eyestone (16th)
Craig Virgin (19th)
Mark Curp (40th)
Jeff Drenth (56th) 153 pts

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