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UNC's Parker Wolfe Crowned 5,000m National Champion


On the final day of men's competition at the NCAA Outdoor Championship in Eugene, Oregon, Parker Wolfe won a national championship. Wolfe claimed the Men's 5000-meters championship with a time of 13:54.43. Wolfe is now an eight-time All-American, during his three-year career. Ethan Strand earned first team All-America in the Men's 1500-meters. (GoHeels.com)

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