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Overview: Gary Cohen is an enthusiast for the sport of running. This enthusiasm has branched out to include magazine/essay writing, interviews, coaching and public speaking. In addition, Gary also leads trail runs in Central Florida and announces track meets.

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In-depth interview with Zach Bitter - the World Record Holder for 100 miles with a 11:19:13 time set at the 2019 Six Days in the Dome in Milwaukee’s Pettit Center. He continued running to break the 12-hour World Record with a distance of 104.8 miles. Zach also has the FKN, Fastest Known Time, for a 100-mile trail run at the 2018 Tunnel Hill 100-miler in 12:08:36. He set his first American Record for 100 miles at Desert Solstice in 2013 with an 11:47:21 time. Bitter lowered it at Desert Solstice in 2015 to 11:40:55. Zach placed sixth at the 2014 IAU 100k World Championships in Doha, Qatar and was a member of the USA Gold Medal team. He won the 2012 Tussey Mountainback USATF 50-mile Road Championship. His over thirty ultramarathon victories include the 2011 and 2015 Fall Classic 50-mile, 2012 Ice Age Trail 50-mile, 2013 Chicago Lakefront 50-mile, 2016 Javelina Jundred 100-mile, 2018 and 2019 Whiskey Basin 88k trail run and 2019 San Diego 100-mile. He competed in the Western States 100-mile trail run twice with finishes of 15th and 11th place. Previous to his ultrarunning focus, Zach dabbled in the half marathon and marathon after college and ran 1:10:16 and 2:31:29. He competed collegiately at Wisconsin-Stevens Point and was a consistent 15:50 5k/33:00 10k/27:00 8k XC runner. Zach was a solid prep runner at Manitowoc (Wisconsin) Lutheran High School running a 5k cross country 17:08.4 PR at the Wisconsin State Championships for 24th place in leading his team to a ninth place State D3 finish. His best prep time on the track was a 4:43.84 for 1,600 meters - a definite 'don't miss interview! Please add my website as a secondary home page. Friend me on Facebook or follow rungarycohenrun on Twitter for great updates on running tips, stories and my running adventures with photos.
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TOP RUNNING HEADLINES from around the world
Chicago Marathon: Brigid Kosgei 2:14:04 World Record
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Nine Inspiring Moments from the Chicago Marathon
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INTERVIEW of the MONTH
Zach Bitter
World Records 100 miles 11:19:13 and 12 hours 104.8 miles; 2014 World 100k Champs 6th place; 30+ Ultramarathon wins
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Gary Cohen Running Vault: Hundreds of essays to help you!
This Week in Running
Dec 1, 1956 – Alain Mimoun wins Melbourne, Australia Olympic Marathon
Dec 1, 1974 – Jacqueline Hansen wins Culver City Marathon in World Record 2:43:54.5
Dec 2, 1973 – Miki Gorman wins Culver City Marathon in World Record 2:46:36
Dec 3, 1967 – Derek Clayton runs World Record marathon 2:09:36.4
Dec 4, 1977 – Bill Rodgers wins Fukuoka Marathon in 2:10:55 a month after NYC win
Dec 5, 1971 – Frank Shorter wins first of four consecutive Fukuoka Marathons in 2:12:50
Dec 5, 1971 – Cheryl Bridges wins Culver City Marathon in World Record 2:49:40
Dec 6, 1981 – Rob de Castella wins Fukuoka Marathon in World Record 2:08:18
Dec 10, 1994 – 1996 Olympian Keith Brantly wins Citrus Bowl Half Marathon in 1:03:02
Dec 13, 1981 – 1972 Olympian Jon Anderson wins Honolulu Marathon in 2:16:54
Dec 13, 1981 – Patti Lyons wins her 4th straight Honolulu Marathon in 2:33:24
Dec 14, 1975 – Jacqueline Hansen wins Honolulu Marathon in 2:49:24
Dec 15, 1979 – Ken Misner wins back-to-back Tangerine Bowl Half Marathon in 1:03:46
This Week's Birthdays
Dec 1, 1943 – Kenny Moore – 1968/72 Olympian in marathon. 1972 4th place
Dec 2, 1933 – Mike Larrabee – 1964 Olympic Gold Medals in 400m and 4x400m relay
Dec 3, 1950 – Alberto Juantorena; 1976 Olympic Gold Medals at 400m and 800m
Dec 4, 1963 – Sergei Bubka; first 20 foot pole vault; 35 World Records; 1988 Olympic Gold
Dec 6, 1919 – Quentin Brelsford, 1946 NCAA Cross Country Champ (RIP 10/12/2018)
Dec 9, 1933 – Milt Campbell, 1956 Olympic Decathlon Gold medalist
Dec 12, 1936 – Romania’s Iolanda Balas, 1960 Olympic Gold medalist in high jump
Dec 12, 1974 – Bernard Lagat, 13-time Olympic/World Championships medalist with five Golds
Dec 14, 1920 – Fred Wilt, 1941 NCAA Cross Country champ, 1950 Sullivan Award winner
Dec 15, 1993 – Marvin Bracy, 2014 Silver Medal World Indoor Championships 60 meters
Trail Runs:  Wekiva State Park has great trails to enjoy whether you live in central Florida or are looking for a scenic trail run while you visit. Here is more information about upcoming group runs:
Fri, Dec 6, 7:15 a.m. - 5 miles. Sat, Dec 7, 7:15 a.m. - 8 miles. Tue, Dec 10, 7:00 a.m.- 4 miles. Wed, Dec 11, 7:15 a.m. - 5 miles