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Topic - Bernard Lagat
Bernard Lagat set the American 5,000-meter road record Sunday by clocking 13 minutes, 19 seconds in the Carlsbad 5000.
Four-time Olympian Bernard Lagat is scheduled to run in the Carlsbad 5000 on March 30.
For a moment Saturday, Bernard Lagat looked more like a halfback cutting through the open field than a middle-distance runner sprinting to the finish.
Bernard Lagat will be 38 in December and shows no signs of slowing down. His legs remain young and fresh enough to keep up with the best in the U.S. and the elite in the world.
"It comes from here, the heart," Lagat said. "I seized the opportunity and worked on that opportunity. I run hard and train hard."
That's all I want to be remembered for," said Lagat, who trains in Tucson, Ariz. "That I made a change in someone's life.