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May 11, 2013 8:13 AM

Kentucky's Oswald wins SEC 10,000 in record time

University of Kentucky junior Chelsea Oswald ran the fastest 10,000 meters in Southeastern Conference Track and Field Championships history, winning the event in 33 minutes, 38.35 seconds at Columbia, Mo., on Friday night.

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