Nov 18, 2013, 11:08 AM EDT
Ten-time Notre Dame All-American and 2012 U.S. Olympian Molly Huddle (’06) added another feat to her stellar résumé on Sunday morning in Alexandria, Va.
Huddle and fellow Olympian Shalane Flanagan pushed the pace from the opening mile at the .US National Road Racing Championships, before the former Irish standout pulled away to win 12-kilometer race in an American and world record time of 37:50.
It was the second road race victory of the month for the Elmira, N.Y. native, who has had an impressive fall and also captured the 2013 USA Running Circuit (USARC) championship with yesterday’s win. On Nov. 2, Huddle, who now makes her home in Providence, R.I., outkicked Emily Infeld to win the New York Road Runners’ Dash to the Finish Line 5K in 15:27.
You can read more about Molly’s historic performance in the press release from USA Track & Field and article on RunnersWorld.com. Also, it’s not the greatest quality, but someone captured the live stream and posted the final two minutes on YouTube. Watch below for Molly’s kick to the finish, and scroll for a few tweets from her big day.