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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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Gary Cohen Running Vault: Hundreds of essays to help you!
This Week in Running
Mar 1, 1958 – Ron Delaney wins IC4A indoor 1,000y/2-mile double 2nd straight year
Mar 1, 1996 – Stacy Dragila sets American Record 13-5 ¼ pole vault ‘exhibition’ event
Mar 1, 2015 – Marvin Bracy repeats as U.S. Indoor 60 meter champ
Mar 2, 1940 - 1st televised track meet; from Madison Square Garden
Mar 2, 2002 – Nicole Teter sets indoor 800 meter American Record 1:58.71
Mar 4, 1864 - Inaugural track meet between Oxford and Cambridge
Mar 6, 1964 - Tom O'Hara runs World Record Indoor Mile in 3:56.4
Mar 7, 1999 - US 4x400m relay Indoor World Rec 3:02.83 (Morris, Johnson, Minor, Campbell)
Mar 9, 1980 – Craig Virgin first and only U.S. male to win World Cross Country Championship
Mar 9, 2013 – Abbey D’Agostino first U.S. Woman to win NCAA Indoor 5,000m/3,000m
Mar 11, 1944 – Gil Dodds runs World Record Indoor mile 4:07.3
Mar 11, 1995 – Todd Williams wins Jacksonville River Run 15k in American Record 42:22
Mar 12, 1938 – Glenn Cunningham runs World Record Indoor mile 4:07.4
Mar 12, 1983 – Don Ritchie runs World Record 50-mile 4:51:49
Mar 14, 1958 – Ron Delaney runs World Record Indoor mile 4:03.4
Mar 14, 1997 – Olympic Gold Medalist Michael Johnson wins Sullivan Award
Mar 15, 1991 – Sergei Bubka is first to pole vault over 20 feet
This Week's Birthdays
Mar 1, 1903 – Holland’s Jacob 'Jaap' Boot; 1924 Olympic Bronze Medalist 4x100m (RIP 6/14/1986)
Mar 1, 1921 – Jim Delaney; 1948 Olympic Silver Medal Shot Put, 2-time AAU champ (RIP 4/2/2012)
Mar 1, 1943 – Ben Jipcho; 1972 Olympic Silver steeple, 4 Golds at African and Commonwealth Games
Mar 1, 1952 – Doug Brown; 1972/76/80 Olympian steeplechase, 2-time NCAA and AAU champ
Mar 1, 1971 – Allen Johnson; 1996 Olympic Gold, 7-time World Champ in 110m hurdles
Mar 2, 1933 – Joel Shankle; 1956 Olympic Bronze Medalist 110m hurdles, 1955 NCAA LJ champ
Mar 2, 1970 – Steve Holman; 1992 Olympian and 2-time USA champ at 1500 meters; PR mile 3:50.60
Mar 3, 1926 – Craig Dixon, 1948 Olympic Bronze Medalist 110m hurdles, 1949 NCAA and AAU champ
Mar 3, 1941 – John Thomas; 1960 Olympic Bronze, 1964 Olympic Silver in high jump (RIP 1/15/2013)
Mar 3, 1962 – Jackie Joyner-Kersee; 1984/88/92/96 Olympian, 3 Golds, Silver, 2 Bronze heptathlon/LJ
Mar 4, 1928 - Alan Sillitoe, author of 'The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner' (RIP 4/25/2010)
Mar 6, 1935 - Ron Delaney, 1956 Olympic Gold Medalist at 1,500 meters
Mar 6, 1947 – Dick Fosbury, 1968 Olympic Gold Medalist in high jump
Mar 6, 1996 – Christian Coleman, 2018 World Indoor Gold 60m; 2017 World Outdoor Silver 100m
Mar 7, 1960 – Jim Spivey, 1984/92/96 Olympian; 1982 NCAA 1,500m Champ
Mar 7, 1969 – Todd Williams; US Olympian 1992/96; US Record 15k 42:22; Founder of RunSafer
Mar 7, 1982 – Josh Rohatinsky, 2006 NCAA Cross Country Champion
Mar 8, 1957 - Ruth Wysocki, 1984 U.S. Olympian at 800 and 1,500 meters
Mar 9, 1920 –Franco Mihalic; 1956 Olympic Silver Medal marathon; 1958 Boston champ (RIP 2/14/15)
Mar 9, 1921 – Herb Douglas; 1948 Olympic Bronze Medal Long Jump; 3-time AAU champ
Mar 9, 1928 – Francisco ‘Frank’ Rivera; 2-time Puerto Rican Olympian in 400m/800m 1952/56
Mar 9, 1946 – Gerry Lindgren; 11-time NCAA champ, 1964 Olympian
Mar 10, 1891 – Robert Johnson; 1st great black distance star; 1924 Olympic Bronze XC; 5-time AAU champ (RIP 1965)
Mar 10, 1929 – Art Barnard; 1952 Olympic Bronze Medal in 110m high hurdles
Mar 10, 1953 – Canada’s Debbie Brill; 3-time HJ Olympian 1972/76/84; 1971 Pan Am Games Gold
Mar 10, 1953 – Canada’s Jacqueline Gareau, 1980 Boston Marathon Champion
Mar 10, 1956 – Larry Myricks; 1988 Olympic long jump Bronze Medal; 4-time Olympian 1976/80/84/88
Mar 10, 1983 – Lashinda Demus; 2012 Olympic Silver Medal in 400m hurdles; 2-time World champ
Mar 10, 1985 – Morgan Uceny; 2012 Olympian 1,500m; 2011 ranked #1 in World at 1,500m
Mar 12, 1963 – Brazil’s Joachim Cruz, 1984 Olympic Gold at 800 meters
Mar 13, 1874 – Ellery Clark – 1896 Olympic Golds in Long Jump and High Jump
Mar 13, 1908 – Barney Berlinger – 1928 Olympic Decathlete; 1931 Sullivan Award
Mar 15, 1897 – Jackson Scholz, 1920/24/28 Olympian; 2 Golds (1920 4x100m; 1924 200m), Silver 1924 100m (RIP 10/26/86)
Mar 15, 1906 – Melvin Dalton, 1928 Olympic Steeplechase 7th, Olympic Trials 3rd Place (RIP 10/13/83)
Mar 15, 1910 – England’s Tom Richards, 1948 Olympic Marathon Bronze Medal (RIP 01/19/85)
Mar 15, 1918 – James Hewson, 1956 Olympian, 6 AAU Racewalk Golds, 1955 Pam Am Games Silver Rowing (RIP 10/17/78)
Mar 15, 1944 – Chinese Taipei’s Chi Cheng, 1968 Olympic Gold Medalist Long Jump
Mar 15, 1945 – Tracy Smith, 1968 Olympian 10,000m; 5-time AAU champ
Mar 15, 1954 – Henry Marsh, 4-time Olympian 1976/80/84/88 Steeplechase; 9-time U.S. Champ
Mar 15, 1982 – Wilson Kipsang Kiprotich, 2012 Olympic Marathon Bronze Medal
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, Feb 1, 7:00 a.m. - 5 miles. Tue, Feb 2, 7:00 a.m. - 5 miles. Thur, Feb 4, 7:00 a.m. - 5 miles. Sat, Feb 6, 7:15 a.m. - 6-8 miles.