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The story of John Cline, UNC’s last men’s cross country All-American


John Cline knew this feeling well, and embraced it. I’m not sure drinking two liters of Mountain Dew is a good idea for your nerves before any race, but Cline did it for every race of his life, including the biggest one – the NCAA Division I Men’s Cross Country Championship in 1997. In the heart of November, the best collegiate runners from across the country and a handful from around the world flocked to Furman University. (Cardboard Gerald)


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