The Texas A&M-Kingsville men won the program’s first-ever outdoor team title, while Lincoln (Mo.) won for the women.
The last pre-Regional rankings had Southern California a solid #1 with spots 2-5 all very tight (Oregon was ranked 5th).
Both races were close as O'Hare and Charlie Grice finished with the same time and Courtney won by a second.
Sara Hall had a big PB with 2:26:20 for third. After fading to fourth place at one point, CR holder Yemane Tsegay fought back to win the men's race in 2:08:52. Debutante John Korir was second (2:09:14).
*MB: Congratulations SARA HALL 2:26:20 on in Ottawa Marathon
Farah won in 29:44, 4 second ahead of Richard Allen while Callum Hawkins ran his first race his his Commonwealth Games collapse back in 31:27. Twell won in 32:34 well ahead of Gemma Steel and Jo Pavey.
The race had used the same course for 17-years.
In 2014, Manangoi was thrilled to be trying out for the World Relays - as a 400 m man - but crushed when he finished 7th out of 8. 4 years later, he's the best miler in the world.
Course record holder Yemane Tsegay won the men's race in 2:08:52 after struggling with a stomach problem and rallying back from 4th to 1st. Wesley Korir's younger brother John had the lead in his debut but ended up 2nd.
Mondo Duplantis: "The only person I haven't beat is Sam Kendricks ... I was so close but I know since it's so hard to beat him, it's going to be so nice when I finally do beat him."