Maine's Isaiah Harris will have to settle for national runnerup again in the 800-meter event. At the U.S. Track & Field Championships in Sacramento, California, the Lewiston runner missed out on the title by .29 of a second.

That's the bad news...The good news is he does qualify for the IAAF World Championships next month in London, England.

Harris ran a 1:44.53 while the winner, Donavan Brazier ran a 1:44.14.

Earlier in the month, Harris finished in 2nd place at the NCAA Division I Championships. He runs for Penn State.