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An Oral History Of The 2012 Olympic Trials Women's 5,000, Part II: The Race
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Abbey D'Agostino Looks For History To Repeat Itself, Laura Roesler Looks For Individual Glory And A Wide Open Women's Mile
Last year, Abbey D became the first American to ever win NCAA indoor crowns in the 3,000 and 5,000 in a career, let alone the same meet. She looks to repeat that feat as Laura Roesler looks to move out of Jordan Hasay's shadow. And a wide-open women's mile is there for the taking; might a steepler like Colleen Quigley win it?