2015 IAAF World Cross Country Championships

March 28, 2015
Guiyang, China
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Boulder Daily Camera:

CU coach Heather Burroughs: "She has surprised us. It's not an insult, I think, for us to say that she's gone way beyond what we expected, certainly for her freshman year. There is a better runner in her than we knew. It's all been a big, fun surprise."

Monitor:

There is even a rumor that the athletes put up a "half-spirited display to show solidarity with Kipsiro" who stayed behind after receiving a death threat. We hope they weren't actually sandbagging it ... they still beat the US pretty handily.

Monitor:

In the 42-year history of World XC Champs, the Ugandan women have only participated in four editions.

BBC Sport:

They would have actually done pretty well at World XC if they had bothered to bring 2 more women.

World Athletics:

Kamworor is actually very inexperienced on the track, only having run two 10,000s. His first/PB was 27:06 from 4-years ago when he was 18.

World Athletics:

Ethiopia won the team title as the US women led by Netsanet Gudeta, Sara Hallin 20th were 7th.

LRC Bobby Curtis talks after he finished 37th at the 2015 IAAF World Cross Country Championships

by LetsRun.com
March 28, 2015

Guiyang, China -- We caught up with American Bobby Curtis after he finished 37th at the 2015 IAAF World Cross Country Championships. Our interview with him is below.

 

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