Zola Budd runs as a 'guest' at college 5K; wins by almost a minute
The 47-year-old smoked a bunch of college kids at a meet in North Carolina.
Former Olympian Zola Budd appeared at a high school and college cross country meet in Cary, N.C. over the weekend.
Budd was a "guest" runner at the Robert Shumake HBCU Challenge Women 5K, which is comprised of college runners. And the 47-year-old won. Easily.
Posting a time of 17 minutes, 47 seconds, Budd was the fastest woman by a whopping 50 seconds.
“I haven’t been running under 18 minutes for quite a while,” Budd said afterwards. “I’m pleased.”
Budd is best known for tripping Mary Decker at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles.
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