Lydia Kosgei crossed the finish line to win the female division of the 39th annual Bluegrass 10,000.  Kosgei defended her title, running nearly a minute faster than her time last year. The EKU graduate said the cheering crowd gave her the motivation to press on, and she set a new women's record.
Lydia Kosgei crossed the finish line to win the female division of the 39th annual Bluegrass 10,000. Kosgei defended her title, running nearly a minute faster than her time last year. The EKU graduate said the cheering crowd gave her the motivation to press on, and she set a new women's record. Herald-Leader
Lydia Kosgei crossed the finish line to win the female division of the 39th annual Bluegrass 10,000. Kosgei defended her title, running nearly a minute faster than her time last year. The EKU graduate said the cheering crowd gave her the motivation to press on, and she set a new women's record. Herald-Leader

Bluegrass 10K: EKU grad defends title and sets record

July 04, 2015 7:04 PM

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