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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Rob Hipwood, current Los Alamos High School co-head coach of the cross country program, was selected by his former collegiate conference as one of the top runners of all time.
Hipwood, along with nine other runners from his alma mater, Adams State College, was selected to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference All-Time cross country team.
The RMAC is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2009. The RMAC is the fourth oldest conference in the country and the oldest in the western United States.
As part of the Centennial Celebration, all-time teams are being selected in 19 RMAC sports.
The RMAC All-Time Men’s Cross Country Team was selected by a committee of 11, with a representative from each of the conferences school’s that participate in the sport of men’s cross country.
The RMAC has records of men’s cross country since 1972, but has sponsored it as a conference sport since at least the 1960s.
“We wanted to celebrate our centennial by reminding people of the rich history in the RMAC,” said conference commissioner J.R. Smith. “We’ve had tremendous student-athletes and coaches over the years, and these all-time teams will reflect some of the best we’ve ever had.”
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