UNC track & field coach breaks world record for fastest mile while dribbling a basketball


Lead by example — that’s what UNC Track and Field and Cross Country assistant coach Dylan Sorensen did when he set out to break the world record for running a mile while dribbling a basketball. Sorensen set the record earlier this year, but after it was broken, he set out to break it again. With a time of 4:33:73, he did. By two-hundredths of a second. (CBS 17)

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UNC track & field coach breaks world record for fastest mile while dribbling a basketball


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