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Catching Up With Dorian Ulrey

February 05, 2013

By Scott Bush, RunnerSpace

It's been a tough past year and a half for middle distance star Dorian Ulrey. Dealing with multiple injuries, the former University of Arkansas standout saw his 2012 Olympic dreams slip through his fingers, but the hardship he faced has caused the current Nike Oregon Project runner to bounce back even stronger in 2013.

Catching up with Ulrey recently, we discussed a variety of topics, including his current health, moving up to the 5000m and what it's like for him to be a part of such a success training group.

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