Aug 18, 2013, 10:04 AM EDT
It was a historic Saturday for Molly Huddle (’06) in Moscow. The former ten-time All-American clocked a time of 15:05.73 to finish sixth in the women’s 5,000 meter finals at the IAAF World Championships. It was the highest finish ever for an American woman in the event.
Andrew Legare, from Huddle’s hometown Elmira Star-Gazette, has the full story (CLICK HERE).
LetsRun.com also caught up with Huddle after the race. Check out the interview below.
And here are the highlights from the race, courtesy of the NBC Universal YouTube channel.