The Boulder Running Company/Adidas men took second place with 80 points in the open division, finishing just behind MacMillan Elite (72 points). Ian Burrell led the team with an 11th place, 30:03 performance on the 10k course.
The BRC/Adidas women fared well with a second place prize, also. Alisha Williams led the two-time champs to a 107 point finish. Adidas/Team Rogue Elite was first with 74 points.
Libby James raced in the 70 year old division achieving a 100.4 age-graded result and setting a national record. James was highlighted in CRM earlier this year; she set a world record in the 10 mile distance at the Aetna Park to Park 10M in September.
In the men’s master’s race, Sandu Rebenciuc of Colorado Springs finished second overall in 32:16.
According to the USATF website, a record 1226 athletes competed at the 14th annual event, which featured America’s top post-collegiate club teams from across the United States. Teams vy for top honors and bragging rights as the nation’s top cross country team. The championships offered a total prize purse of $30,000, with $25,000 going to the top open teams.