UNC T&F coach Dylan Sorensen Running for positive change and a world record


The first time was a bit of a fluke, a way to celebrate a landmark birthday. This time, Dylan Sorensen is running with a plan and a cause. Sorensen, an assistant track & field coach at North Carolina, broke the world record for running a mile while dribbling a basketball in May, on his 30th birthday. Six months later, Sorensen is running to regain the record. (GoHeels.com)

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UNC T&F coach Dylan Sorensen Running for positive change and a world record


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