Winona native Garrett Heath finished 5th in the New Balance Grand Prix men's 3000-meter run on Saturday, clocking a PR 7:45.80.
Fellow Minnesota native Justin Tyner of Brainerd finished 11th in 8:02.81 at the Boston event.
Heath was pleased with the effort that saw him snip five seconds off his indoor 3000m PR and edge World Championships 1500m bronze medalist Matt Centrowitz at the finish line.
The Stanford alumnus was the top American in the event.
Hear what Heath had to say about the effort, above, in an interview with Flotrack.
Kenya's Caleb Ndiku won the race in 7:38.29.
Find full results HERE.