2016 Nike Cross Nationals - 2016 NXN

December 03, 2016
Portland, Oregon
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LRC Casey Clinger Repeats As Nike Cross National Champion But His American Fork Team Is Upset by Bozeman In Team Battle

For the first time ever, a boy repeated as NXN champ. Clinger is the individual champ once again but his dream of a perfect day that included both individual and team titles was denied.

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LRC 2016 NXN Girls' Preview: Fayetteville-Manlius Favored For 10th (!!!) National Title; Consensus U.S. #1 Brie Oakley Takes on 4:07 1500 Runner Kate Murphy in Individual Race

American distance fans, it’s time to meet Brie Oakley. Oakley, who only started running last year, posted the top Tully Runners speed rating in six years at the Colorado state meet (32 secs faster than Katie Rainsbergerran in ’15) but Murphy hasn’t lost all fall and has killer track speed. Team-wise, F-M are the favorites but will need all five scorers to run well as there’s a big gap to #6.

LRC 2016 NXN Boys' Preview: Casey Clinger Looks to Make History & Lead American Fork (UT) to Its First National Title

No boy has ever won two NXN individual titles, but defending champ Casey Clinger could do just that on Saturday. He's also the top man on the nation's top team, American Fork, which will be looking to improve on its runner-up finish last year and win it all in Portland.

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