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Cal cross country looks to impress at Joe Piane Invitational

The Cal men’s team will be running the 8k, while the women will compete in the slightly shorter 5k. This, combined with the ideal weather and the relatively flat course, will be sure to produce some very impressive times. However, both races are going to be much shorter, and therefore much faster, than what either team usually trains for.
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Cal cross country slips in USF Invitational results

Extreme heat can do extreme things to the human body. In its most tepid form, it leads to heavy sweating, thirst and irritability. In its most acute form, it can cause muscle cramping, fatigue, faintness and nausea. And while these conditions can be problematic for a person performing normal, day-to-day
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David Torrence, Olympic runner, found dead at 31

David Torrence, an Olympic runner who ran for Cal from 2004 to 2008, was found dead in a swimming pool at his condo in Scottsdale, Arizona, on Monday. He was 31. Remembered for his fervor and passion for the sport, Torrence leaves behind a legacy as notable for his tangible
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Cal cross country ready to finish season at NCAA Championship

For the first time this season, the Cal cross country team will be running without a feeling that has dominated its 2016 campaign: pressure. Everything is accomplished, and whatever happens on Saturday only adds to the team’s already noteworthy year. This weekend, the men, along with junior Bethan Knights, will
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