|Born||June 15, 1991|
|Event(s)||800 m – 10 km|
|College team||University of Arizona|
Lawi Lalang (born June 15, 1991) is a Kenyan-American runner who ran for the University of Arizona. Lawi Lalang was coached by James Li of the University of Arizona, who also coaches other eminent Kenyan-American runners including Bernard Lagat.
His elder brother Boaz Kiplagat Lalang is a middle distance runner, who specialises in the 800 metres. Lalang is currently in the U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program and is on track to becoming a U.S. citizen.
In college, Lalang won the 2011 NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships titles.
Personal bests[edit | edit source]
- 800 metres – 1:48.88
- 1500 metres – 3:33.20
- Mile – 3:52.88
- 5000 metres – 13:00.95
- 10,000 metres – 28:14.63
References[edit | edit source]
- SPC Lawi Lalang. armymwr.com
- From Dust to Dominance. Runner's World.
- Lawi Lalang Will Become American This Fall, But Can't Race For The U.S. Yet. Flotrack.org. Retrieved on February 11, 2018.
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