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"Gary's experiences and thoughts are very entertaining, all levels of runners can relate to them."
Brian Sell — 2008 U.S. Olympic Marathoner

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Dave McGillivray — Boston Marathon Race Director

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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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Three in-depth interviews: Carrie Tollefson - 2004 Olympian; 5-Time NCAA Champ; 12-Time All-American; 13-Time Prep State Champ, Television Track Commntator. Tom Farrell - 1968 Olympic 800m Bronze Medal; 1964/68 Olympian; 1964/65 NCAA and 1966 AAU Champ; World Record Indoor 880 yards. Tracy Smith - 1966 World Cross Country Bronze Medal; 1968 Olympian; 3-time World Record 3-mile Indoors; 6-time U.S. champ; Three U.S. #1 Rankings. Three definite 'don't miss interviews! 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
Emotional Video: Gold Medalist Sydney McLaughlin
Silver Medalist Raven Saunders Looks to Future
Courtney Freirichs 8:57.77 Steeple 1st USA Sub-9:00
Athing Mu Wins Pre Classic 800 Meters in AR 1:55.04
Elaine Thompson 10.54 Dominates Sha'Carri Richardson
Ingebrigtsen Sets Mile Record At Pre Classic 3:47.24
Eliud Kipchoge Wins 2nd Straight Olympic Marathon Gold
USA's Women Win 4 x 400m, Allyson Felix' 11th Gold
USA's Men Win 4 x 400 Meter Relay Gold Medal
Women's Marathon: USA's Molly Seidel Wins Bronze
Ingebrigtsen upsets Cheruiyot, Wins 1,500 Meter Gold
Men's High Jump; Barshim, Tamberi Share Gold Medal
USA's Courtney Freirichs Wins Steeplechase Silver
India's Neeraj Chopra Wins Javelin Gold Medal
Women's 400H: USA Gold and Silver in World Record
USA's Valerie Allman Wins Discus Gold Medal
Elaine Thompson Back to Back 100m, 200m Golds
Armand Duplantis Wins Pole Vault Gold Medal
Tokyo Women's 800m: Athing Mu Wins Gold Medal
Karsten Warholm 400H World Record 45.94 Gold
Men's Shot Put: Crouser, Kovacs go 1-2
Juantorena's 'Running for the Revolution' Movie
Olympics Host City Tokyo bans Spectators
Sydney McLaughlin 400m IM 51.90 World Record
Cole Hocker Nips Centrowitz in 1,500m
Women's 800m: Athing Mu is USA No. 2 All-Time
Harrison Wins High Jump and Long Jump
Noah Lyles wins OlyTrials 200m in 19.74
Rai Benjamin Wins 400m Hurdles in 46.83
Grant Holloway Wins 110m Hurdles in 12.81
Wow: Gabby Thomas and Deanna Price Win Big
Emily Sisson 10K Win is a Masterpiece
Women's Steeple: Coburn, Frerichs Dominate
Clayton Murphy Wins 800m, Brazier is Out
EllePurrier wins 1,500m, Jenny Simpson is Out
USC Coach Caryl Smith Gilbert to Lead Georgia
OlyTrials Women's 100m — Richardson on Fire
OlyTrials Men’s Shot: Crouser Crushes World Record
RIP: Joan Ullyot, Women's Distance Running Pioneer
Michelle Carter out of OlyTrials after Surgery
RIP: Lee Evans, Gold Medalist, Activist at 74
IOC Update on Status of Tokyo 2021 Olympics
A 25-Year Reflection On Atlanta’s Olympics
RIP: Jamaican Olympian Neville Myton at 74
Oregon's Cole Hocker Joins a List of Legends
A Look Back at Jim Ryun’s 1st Prep Sub-4:00 Mile
BYU Women, BYU's Connor Mantz (Men) Win NCAA XC
NCAA Men's XC Champ Team is Northern Arizona
ATL Two: The Bryce Hoppel and Ryan Crouser Show
Focus On The U.S. Women’s Pole Vault Scene
All Six World Marathon Majors to be Run in 6-Week Span
Why We Need the Olympics in 2021
Most Iconic American Races to Add to Your Calendar
1956 and 1960 Olympian Running Strong at age 91
Jenna Hutchins Runs 15:34.47 USA 5k Prep Record
Athletics 2020 Men MVP is Duplantis in Pole Vault
Grete Waitz 9th NYC Marathon Win Anniversary
RIP: 1976 High Jump Olympian Paula Girven at 62
USA's Sara Hall 2:22:01 for 2nd in London Marathon
Molly Seidel 6th at 2020 London Marathon in 2:25:13
Jim Ryun Awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom
RIP: Ben Jipcho, 1972 Olympic silver medalist, 77
Shelby Houlihan: USA Record 5,000 Meters 14:23.92
Moh Ahmed Runs Canadian Record 12:47.20 5,000m
New York City Marathon Canceled Because of Pandemic
Duane Solomon, 800 Meter 1:42, Retires from Track
Villanova Athletics Mourns Passing of Dick Buerkle
USATF Mourns Loss of Olympians Buerkle and Grelle
Rochester's 2-time Olympian Dick Buerkle dies at 72
Oregon Ducks great Jim Grelle passes at age 83
Feature Film 'Runner'- Sudanese Refugee to Olympian
In Christian Coleman Case, Track and Field Cannot Win
U.S. Olympian Meb Keflezighi on Racism and Running
Carl Lewis: Covid-19 Pandemic and Student-athletes
RIP Ron Larrieu, Great American Distance Runner, 83
Mental Fatigue Can Sabotage Your Endurance
What the 2020 NCAA XC Season Look Like if it Happens
Johnny Gregorek Sets 'Blue Jeans' Mile Record
RIP: 1956 Triple Gold Medalist Bobby Morrow, 84
Life In The U.S. Without Big Spring Track Meets
Dog Days For Jenny Simpson
2020 Diamond League Track: August - October
Covid Eliminated College Sports Programs Nearing 100
Reynaldo Brown
1968 Olympian, High Jump 5th Place; 4-Time NCAA Champ; 3-Time USA Champ: Three World #2 Rankings; 3-Time Prep State Champ
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Gary Cohen Running Vault: Hundreds of essays to help you!
This Week in Running
Sep 16, 1967 – Anni Pede-Erdkamp runs World Record marathon 3:07:27
Sep 19, 1879 – Thomas Ray sets World Pole Vault Record 11 feet 2.5 inches at age 17
Sep 19, 1971 – Beth Bonner wins NYC Marathon in World Record 2:55:22
Sep 20, 1998 – Ronaldo da Costa wins Berlin Marathon in World Record 2:06:05
Sep 21, 1969 – England's Ron Hill wins European Marathon Championship
Sep 21, 1998 – Florence Griffith Joyner dies at 39 from epilepsy
Sep 23, 1970 – Gary Muhrcke wins first New York City Marathon
Sep 23, 1988 – Portugal's Rosa Mota wins Olympic Marathon in Seoul, Korea
Sep 24, 1988 - Carl Lewis breaks his own World Record 100 meters in 9.92 seconds
Sep 25, 2011 – Patrick Makau Musyoki wins Berlin Marathon in World Record 2:03:38
Sep 26, 1999 – Tegla Laroupe wins Berlin Marathon in World Record 2:20:43
Sep 28, 2003 – Paul Tergat runs first sub-2:05 to win Berlin Marathon in 2:04:54
Sep 28, 2008 – Haile Gebrselassie runs first sub-2:04 to win Berlin Marathon in 2:03:59
Sep 28, 2014 – Dennis Kimetto runs first sub-2:03 to wins Berlin Marathon in WR 2:02:57
Sep 28, 2014 – Shalane Flanagan 2:21:14 for 3rd in Berlin Marathon; 2nd fastest American
Sep 29, 1900 – Maxey Long runs World Record 400 meters in 47.8 seconds
Sep 30, 2001 – Naoko Takahashi wins Berlin Marathon, first sub-2:20, World Record 2:19:46
This Week's Birthdays
Sep 18, 1955 – Greg Meyer; 1983 Boston Marathon Champ
Sep 19, 1922 – Emil Zatopek, 1952 Olympic Gold Medals in 5,000m, 10,000m and marathon
Sep 19, 1965 – Suni Williams, U.S. astronaut ran 2007 Boston Marathon on Space Station
Sep 21, 1966 – Rod DeHaven, 2000 U.S. Olympic marathoner
Sep 21, 1976 – Latvia’s Jelena Prokopcuka, 2005 and 2006 New York City Marathon Champ
Sep 24, 1945 – Conrad Nightingale – 1968 Olympian in 3,000 meter steeplechase
Sep 25, 1938 – Ron Hill; Marathon Champ; Boston 1970; Commonwealth and European 1969
Sep 26, 1963 – Douglas Wakiihuri – Marathon Champ: World 1987; London 1989; NYC 1990
Sep 26, 1978 – Robert Kipkoech Cheruiyot; Marathon Champ; Boston 2003/06/07/08; Chicago 06
Sep 28, 1937 – Bob Schul; 1964 Olympic Gold Medalist 5,000m, World record 2-mile
Sep 29, 1956 – Sebastian Coe; Olympic Gold 80/84 1,500m, Silver 80/84 800m; mile, 1,500m, 800m WR
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, Sep 10 - 5 miles; Sat, Sep 11, 7:00 a.m. - 6 miles. Tue, Sep 14, 7:00 a.m. - 5 miles. Wed, Sep 15, 7:00 a.m. - 5 miles.