Winn pulls double duty at season-opening meet

By Doug Fitzgerald published January 13, 2006

Brad Winn pulled double duty Friday, running in both the mile and the 3,000-meters at the Air Force All-Comers meet.

The senior from Pueblo finished eighth in the mile with a time of 4 minutes, 39.97 seconds. He came back shortly afterwards to finish 12th in the 3,000-meters with a time of 9:40.75.

It was the opening meet of the 2006 indoor track season.

Freshman Brendan Kullback also competed in the mile for UCCS, finishing 11th, wile Gabe Small accompianied Winn in the 3,000, finishing 13th.

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