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Twenty-six-year-old American distance runner William “Woody” Kincaid ran a new personal best in the 5,000-metre distance on Tuesday night. He dropped his previous best from 13:26.81 to 12:58.10. In the race, paced by Canada’s Mo Ahmed (12:58.16 PB, NR), they were looking for the Olympic standard of 13:13.50.
Apparently Matt Centrowitz and Lopez Lamong finished in the time of 13:00. Also in the race were Amos Bartlesmeyer, Julian Henniger, Jeremy Freed, and Liam Meirow.
The race was run in Beaverton, Oregon at the Michael Johnson Track at Nike World Headquarters.
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— Evan Dunfee (@EvanDunfee) September 11, 2019
Kincaid competed for Portland Pilots and is currently sponsored by Nike where he is coached by Jerry Schumacher in the Bowerman Track Club.