W&M graduate sets U.S. women's record by running 152 miles in 24 hours

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Sabrina (Moran) Little, a 2009 William and Mary graduate who lives in Waco, Texas, placed second to a Japanese woman at the World 24-Hour Championships on Sunday in the Dutch city of Steenbergen.

She reclaimed the American record by covering 152.03 miles in 24 hours of running, leading Team USA to the championship. Her pace was 9 minutes, 28.3 seconds per mile.

Here is more on the race, including a picture of Little:

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