Rebecca Dussault wins fifth national title

Rebecca Dussault wins fifth national title{mosimage}SOLDIER HOLLOW, Utah (Jan. 3) – Rebecca Dussault of Gunnison, Colorado, picked up her fifth national title Monday winning the first race of the U.S. Cross Country Championships by 5.2 seconds over Abi Larson of Bozeman, Montana, as the title races returned to the Olympic venue for the first time in five years.

Dussault was timed in an unofficial 44:54.8 for the 15K freestyle with Larson timed in 45 minutes flat. Bronze medalist in the field of 96 racers was Brooke Baughman (Ketchum, ID), who finished in 45:12.0.

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