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NCAA.com | November 20, 2017

Relive the 2017 XC championships through FloTrack (Video)

  New Mexico women won their second DI title in three years.

What a 2017 cross country championship weekend it was.

Despite challenging weather — which moved up both Division I and II race times — Saturday's championships saw fantastic individual performances, championship repeats and tons of intrigue. Via FloTrack, you can now relive all the top highlights from all three divisions and all six races.

CHAMPIONSHIP RECAP | DI RESULTS | DII RESULTS | DIII RESULTS

Watch all the highlights from FloTrack below:

DI WOMEN:

New Mexico women started the DI championships with its second national title in three years. The Lobos (90 points) were led by Ednah Kurgat, who was the individual champion with a record-breaking 19:19.5 mark 

DI MEN:

NAU closed out the DI championships in Louisville, Kentucky with its second consecutive men's title. The Lumberjacks tallied 74 total points, 53 ahead of runner-up Portland 

DII WOMEN:

Adams State kicked off a successful day for the program as the women edged UMary for the national title 126-137

DII MEN:

The Grizzlies then swept the DII races as the men's side topped runner-up Grand Valley State by 20 points (44-64). This marked the first time since 2009, and eighth overall, that Adams State swept a cross country championship

DIII WOMEN:

Johns Hopkins women repeated as DIII champs with its fifth title in six years. Meanwhile, Chicago's Khia Kurtenbach grabbed the individual title

DIII MEN: North Central earned its 18th men's title in program history, winning by 139 points over UW-La Crosse. It also marked the Cardinals' second-straight DIII national championship

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