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Cross Country

62nd Annual NAIA Cross Country National Championships

11.18.2017

  • Location : Vancouver, Washington
  • Sport : Cross Country
  • Region : Portland Metro

The Cascade Collegiate Conference will host the 62nd Annual NAIA Cross Country National Championships on November 18, 2017. At scenic Fort Vancouver on the banks of the Columbia River, runners from all over the United States will compete for the national title!


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