Northwest Nazarene sprinter wins three GNAC championships


Rimar Christie, a junior from Barbados, also earned male Outstanding Performer honors for his efforts during Saturday's finals in Monmouth, Ore.

He won the 100 and 200 meters in 10.64 and 21.47 seconds, respectively, and anchored the Crusaders' victorious 4x100 relay team.

Derek Sepe, Andrew Curtis, Cody Henderson and Christie comprised the quartet that finished in 41.72.

The NNU men finished fifth. The women, led by Vessie Umu's victory in the shot put (45 feet, 7 inches), were fourth. The Western Washington men and Alaska Anchorage women won the team titles.

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