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"Gary's experiences and thoughts are very entertaining, all levels of runners can relate to them."
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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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Two in-depth interviews: Malcolm East - 1981 Boston Marathon 5th Place; Pittsburgh Great Race 10k 4-time Champ; 3-time NJCAA Champ in cross country, 10,000 meters and the marathon; Copenhagen Marathon 1981 Champ. Phil Coleman - 1956/60 Olympic 3,000m steeplechase; 1959 Pan Am Games Gold Medal; American Record steeple 8:40.8 and 2-mile 8:48.0 - 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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Gary Cohen Running Vault: Hundreds of essays to help you!
This Week in Running
Jan 1, 1909 – Robert Fowler runs World record marathon 2:52:45.4
Jan 1, 1911 – First running of San Francisco’s famed ‘Bay to Breakers’ race
Jan 2, 1973 – Gary Cohen officially starts running with 5:31 mile time trial at Miami Carol City HS
Jan 6, 1925 – Paavo Nurmi runs Indoor World Records in mile (4:13.6) and 5,000m (14:44.6)
Jan 7, 1990 – Lynn Jennings sets 5,000 meter indoor World Record 15:22.64 at Dartmouth Relays
Jan 9, 1994 – Bert Nelson, co-founder of Track and Field News, dies of Parkinson’s Disease
Jan 10, 1975 – Marty Liquori 3:57.7 mile beats Prefontaine’s 3:58.6 at Maryland CYO meet
Jan 10, 1976 – Emiel Puttemans’ 13:20.8 lowers his own indoor 5,000 meters World Record
Jan 11, 1980 – Larry Myricks’ 27 5 ¾ indoor long jump breaks Bob Beamon’s 1968 World Record
Jan 13, 1978 – Dick Buerkle breaks Tony Waldrop’s indoor mile World Record with 3:54.93
Jan 13, 2001 – Stacy Dragila first woman to pole vault 15 feet indoors
Jan 15, 1977 – Steve Scott runs 1st sub-4:00 mile of a record total of 136 sub-4:00s
This Week's Birthdays
Jan 1, 1969 - Abdelkader El Mouaziz, Marathon Champ; London 1999/2001; NYC 2000; 13 sub-2:10s
Jan 1, 1977 – Abdi Abdirahman: 4-time US Olympian - 10,000m (2000/04/08); marathon (2012)
Jan 2, 1939 – Nina Kuscsik, Marathon Champion; Boston 1972; New York City 1972/73
Jan 3, 1980 – Bryan Clay; Decathlon Gold Medalist at 2008 Olympics and 2005 Worlds
Jan 5, 1931 – Walter Davis, 1952 Olympic Gold Medalist in high jump
Jan 5, 1947 – Kathryn Switzer; First official Boston Marathon woman; 1974 NYC Marathon Champ
Jan 9, 1910 – Tom Evenson; 1932 Olympic Steeple Silver, 1930/32 World XC Champ (RIP 1997)
Jan 9, 1968 – Mexico’s German Silva, 1994 and 1995 New York City Marathon Champion
Jan 9, 1969 – Kenya’s John Kagwe, 1997 and 1998 New York City Marathon Champion
Jan 9, 1984 – Firehiwot Dado; Marathon Champion; New York City 2011; Rome 2009/10/11
Jan 10, 1945 – Jerome Drayton, Marathon Champion; Boston 1977; Fukuoka 1969/75/76
Jan 12, 1952 – John Walker, 1976 Olympic Gold 1,500m; first sub-3:50 mile with 3:49.4
Jan 13, 1983 – Alan Webb, US Records in mile (3:46.91) and high school mile (3:53.43)
Jan 15, 1875 – Tom Burke; First Olympic Gold Medalist at 100m and 400m in 1896
Jan 15, 1926 – John Allen, 1960 Olympic race walker; 10 AAU Championships
Jan 15, 1949 – Duncan MacDonald; 1976 Olympian, 13:19.4 broke Pre's AR, 3-time Honolulu Marathon Champ
Jan 15, 1949 – Ian Stewart, 1972 Olympic 5,000m Bronze, 1975 World XC Champ
Jan 15, 1972 – Mark Carroll; 1995 NCAA Indoor 5,000m champ, 2000/04 Irish Olympian
Jan 15, 1987 – Tsegaye Kebede, Champion – 2012 Chicago, 2010/13 London Marathon
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:
Mon, Nov 23, 7:00 a.m. - 5 miles. Tue, Nov 24, 7:00 a.m. - 5 miles. Wed, Nov 25, 7:00 a.m. - 5 miles. Sat, Nov 28, 7:15 a.m. - 10 miles.