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-- Embodying Bo Schembechler's classic quote, "Those who stay will be champions," University of Michigan men's track and field distance runner won the national 10,000-meter title in his final race in the Maize and Blue at the NCAA Outdoor Championships on Wednesday (June 6).
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The move to fourth would pay off, as he would hold on to that position for the next two miles, running comfortably at the front as the lead group withered from 16 to just seven -- fewer than the eight who would ultimately earn First-Team All-America honors -- over that span through 7,200 meters.
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Flanagan's national title caps a send-off senior season as a Wolverine that also included All-America honors and a regional title during cross country, a Big Ten title at 10,000 meters and a career-best indoor 5,000-meter performance.
After winning the Big Ten title and advancing from the NCAA East Prelims on the power of his late-race surges, Flanagan and the rest of the field were pulled along for a quick ride early by Kiprop and his Crimson Tide teammates Gilbert Kigen and Alfred Chelanga, setting the stage for what would be the fastest race of the Michigan senior's career.