Cooper Teare comes through with a U.S. title in the men's 1,500

Cooper Teare place into the lead with 100 meters remaining 

remaining in the men’s 1,500-meter final Saturday afternoon and the 

 Oregon senior held off a hard charge from numerous competitors

to win a national title on day three of the USA Outdoor Championships

at Hayward Field.In a crowded field that included three other current or

 former Ducks, Teare surged to the front of the pack coming out of the final turn.

He won with a time of 3 minutes, 45.86 seconds, narrowly holding 

off Jonathan Davis (3:46.01) and Josh Thompson (3:46.07).

Oh my god, it feels amazing,” Teare said. “It set in there

for a second right after I finished. I think I’m going to get 

another wave of joy coming in pretty soon.”

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 took the initiative early and moved to  pack in an effort to speed up the race,