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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
Oct 16, 1968 – Tommie Smith wins Olympic 200 meters in World Record 19.83, first sub-20.00
Oct 18, 1968 – Lee Evans wins Olympic 400 meters in World Record 43.86 seconds; first sub-44
Oct 19, 1964 – Bob Schul wins Olympic 5,000 meters – only USA runner to ever win 5k
Oct 20, 1912 – Hannes Kolehmainen runs World Record marathon 2:29:39.2
Oct 20, 1968 – Mamo Wolde wins Mexico City Olympic marathon
Oct 20, 1985 – Joan Benoit wins Chicago Marathon in U.S. Record 2:21:21
Oct 21, 1964 – Abebe Bikila wins Tokyo Olympic marathon in World Record 2:12:11.2
Oct 21, 1979 – Bill Rodgers (4th 2:11:42) and Grete Waitz (2nd WR 2:27:33) win NYC Marathon
Oct 21, 1984 – Steve Jones wins Chicago Marathon in World Record 2:08:05
Oct 22, 1978 – Grete Waitz wins NYC Marathon in her first World Record 2:32:30
Oct 24, 1970 – First 18-foot pole vault by Christos Papanicolaou World Record 18 feet, ¼ inch
Oct 24, 1999 – Khalid Khannouchi wins Chicago Marathon in World Record 2:05:42
Oct 25, 1981 – Allison Roe (2:25:29) and Alberto Salazar (2:08:13) win NYC Marathon
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This Week's Birthdays
Oct 16, 1885 - Dorando di Desiderio Pietri, Italian marathoner disqualified in 1908 Olympics
Oct 16, 1964 – Abebe Mekonnen, 1989 Boston Marathon Champ; 4-time Tokyo Marathon champ
Oct 17, 1946 - Bob Seagren, 1968 Olympic Gold Medalist in Pole Vault
Oct 19, 1990 – Emma Coburn, 2017 World Champ Gold medal 3,000m steeple; 2016 Olympic Bronze
Oct 20, 1949 - Valery Borzov, 1972 Olympic Gold medalist, 100 and 200 meters
Oct 24, 1953 – Geoff Smith, 1984 and 1985 Boston Marathon Champ
Oct 26, 1980 – Deriba Merga, 2009 Boston Marathon Champ
Oct 27, 1972 – Maria Mutola; 2000 Olympic Gold, 3-time World Champ at 800 meters
Oct 29, 1978 – Martin Lel, Marathon Champ; London 2005/07/08 and NYC 2003/07
Oct 30, 1982 – Ethiopia’s Teyba Erkesso; Marathon Champ; Boston 2010, Houston 2009/10
Oct 31, 1937 – Mel Pender; 1968 Olympic Gold Medal in 4x100m relay
Oct 31, 1947 – Frank Shorter; 1972 Olympic Gold, 1976 Olympic Silver in 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:
Tue, Oct 12, 7:00 a.m. - 5 miles. Wed, Oct 13, 7:00 a.m. - 5 miles. Fri, Oct 15 - 5 miles; Sat, Oct 16, 7:00 a.m. - 8 miles.