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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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An in-depth interview with Kenya's JOHN NGUGI - 1988 Olympic 5,000 Meter Gold Medalist; Five-Time World Cross Country Champ - 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 and 1992. This is only the third interview John has done with a U.S. running journalist during the past 30 years - don't miss it! 'All in a Day's Run' essays - 'A Dozen Running Tips #49,' 'A Dozen Motivational Quotes #48' 'A Dozen Running Tips 48,' 'A Dozen Motivational Quotes #47,' 'A Dozen Running Tips #47,' 'Eleven Hydration Tips for Running,' 'A Dozen Motivational Quotes #46' and '1,000 Meter Time Trial.' Please add my website as a secondary home page.
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Gary Cohen Running Vault: Hundreds of essays to help you!
This Week in Running
Jul 30, 1948 – Emile Zatopek wins 10,000 meter Olympic Gold in London, England
Aug 1, 1996 - Michael Johnson wins Olympic 200 meters in World Record 19.32
Aug 3, 1928 – Ray Barbuti wins 400 meters Olympic Gold
Aug 3, 1991 – Mike Powell World Championship long jump 29 ft, 4 ½ inches WR
This Week's Birthdays
Jul 29, 1950 – Maricica Puica, 1984 Olympic Gold 3,000m, Bronze 1,500m
Jul 30, 1958 – Orlando Pizzolato, 1984 and 1985 NYC Marathon Champ
Jul 31, 1967 – Kenya’s Peter Kipchumba Rono, 1988 Olympic Gold 1,500m
Aug 2, 1955 – Craig Virgin, 1980 and 1981 World Cross Country Champ; 3-time Olympian (1976/80/84)
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:
Tue, Jul 29, 6:45 a.m.- 7 miles. Tue, Aug 5, 6:45 a.m.- 5 miles. Thu, Aug 7, 6:45 a.m. - 7 miles. Sat, Aug 9, 6:45 a.m. - 12-14 miles.