After finishing first in the U20 (junior) men’s 8K, Kieran Lumb stuck around in the finish line chute to congratulate every runner who came through after him. The UBC Thunderbird was coming off a bronze medal performance at the NAIA Cross-Country Championships and won the national cross-country championships on Saturday in Kingston, Ont.

With the win, Lumb is eligible to compete for Team Canada at the 2018 Pan American Cross-Country Championships. He ran at the 2017 IAAF World Cross-Country Championships.

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Kieran Lumb
Photo: Tim Huebsch.
Kieran Lumb
Photo: Tim Huebsch.
Kieran Lumb
Photo: Tim Huebsch.
Kieran Lumb
Photo: Tim Huebsch.

Post-race interview

Race highlights

Lumb clocked 25:14 to win over Braydon Clarke and Max Turek.

Canadian Running‘s ACXC 2017 coverage

Results
Recap
Kieran Lumb’s display of sportsmanship
14-year-old wins U18 4K
Mud corner
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