Dozzi came in seventh in the men’s 5000m finals at the 2019 NAIA Outdoor Track & Field National Championship. (Jeff Sargeant Photo)

Terrace runner Tyler Dozzi earns All-American status for second year

Places top 10 in 5000m final

Terrace runner Tyler Dozzi has earned All-American status for the second straight year after coming in the top 10 during a race in the U.S.A.

Dozzi placed seventh in the men’s 5000m finals at the 2019 NAIA Outdoor Track & Field National Championship in Gulf Shores, Alabama that took place May 23 to 25.

READ MORE: Tyler Dozzi breaks national record, ‘running like a madman’

With his placement, he also helped his UBC Thunderbirds men’s outdoor track and field team take home their second NAIA championship title in the last three years.

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UBC Thunderbirds’ men’s outdoor track and field team in Gulf Shores, Alabama. (Jeff Sargeant Photo)

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