2022 NCAA Cross Country Championships Preview Podcast

Who is Athlete of  Year? Plus Return of Molly Seidel

by LetsRun.com
November 15, 2022

The NCAA Cross Country Championships are Saturday in Stillwater, Oklahoma and we break them down for you before the LRC crew flies out to Oklahoma on Wednesday.

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The women’s battle between Katelyn Tuohy and Parker Valby is almost here. Can NC State hold off the depth of New Mexico?

On the men’s side, NAU has Nico Young, but Northern Arizona is going to have its hands full with Stanford, BYU and possibly Oklahoma State.

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Plus we discuss whether Mondo Duplantis or Eliud Kipchoge (or Noah Lyles) should be Athlete of the Year.

And on the women’s side do you favor Sydney McLaughlin who seldom raced or the body of work of Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce?

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  • Show notes: (We’re giving timestamps to everyone this week but usually they’re only for Supporters Club members)
  • 05:33 Did Grant Fisher not win NCAA XC because he’s soft?
  • 08:54 2022 NCAA Preview- Women’s race: Parker Valby vs Katelyn Tuohy
  • 24:42 Men’s team battle: Stanford vs NAU vs Ok State vs BYU
  • 44:48 Nico Young leads wide-open men’s individual race
  • 53:17 Women’s team title: NCState vs New Mexico
  • 62:19 Katelyn Tuohy injury rumor/ update
  • 75:52 BAA half – Teshome Mekonen a US star?
  • 85:22 John Kellogg / Jeff Saturday coach talk
  • 91:49 Molly Seidel and Molly Huddle at BAA Half
  • 101:27 World Athletics Male Athlete of Year
  • 107:49 World Athletics Female Athlete of Year

 

 

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