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"All in a Day’s Run" is for competitive runners, fitness enthusiasts and anyone who needs a "spark" to get healthier by increasing exercise and eating more nutritionally.

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Brian Sell — 2008 U.S. Olympic Marathoner

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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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Malcolm East
1981 Boston Marathon 5th Place; Pittsburgh Great Race 10k 4-time Champ; 3-time NJCAA Champ; Copenhagen Marathon 1981 Champ
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Gary Cohen Running Vault: Hundreds of essays to help you!
This Week in Running
Nov 16, 1974 – Mike Boit wins NAIA Cross Country leading New Mexico to team win
Nov 17, 1964 – New Zealand’s Peter Snell lowers his own World Record mile to 3:54.1
Nov 19, 1906 – London selected to host 1908 Olympics
Nov 20, 1902 – Geo Lefevre and Henri Desgrange create Tour de France bicycle race
Nov 22, 1956 – 16th modern Olympic games opens in Melbourne, Australia
Nov 23, 1892 – Pierre de Coubertin launches plan for Modern Olympic Games
Nov 23, 2013 – Abbie D’Agostino wins NCAA X-C after being 3rd and 2nd in previous two years
Nov 24, 1974 – Gary Cohen improves from 61st in 1973 to FHSAA Cross Country All-State in 7th
Nov 27, 2004 – Gunder Hagg, thrice mile World Record holder, first sub-14:00 5k dies at age 85
Nov 28, 1963 – Amby Burfoot wins Manchester, CT Thanksgiving 5-mile Prep Division
This Week's Birthdays
Nov 16, 1927 - Don Gehrmann, 1948 Olympian 1,500m; 3-Time NCAA Champ; 39 Mile Wins in a Row
Nov 16, 1950 – Herb Washington, NCAA Indoor 60-yard Chammp 1970/72
Nov 16, 1957 - Mark Nenow, 1986 U.S. Record 10k 27:20.56 lasted for 15 years
Nov 16, 1959 – Bert Cameron, 1983 World Champ 400m; NCAA Champion 400m 1980/81/83
Nov 16, 1967 - Reuben Reina, 1992 Olympian, 1990 NCAA Indoor 3,000m Champ; USA XC Champ 1994/96
Nov 16, 1976 – Kenya’s Salina Kosgei, 2009 Boston Marathon Champ
Nov 17, 1930 – Bob Mathias, Two-time Olympic Decathlon Gold Medalist 1948/52
Nov 17, 1942 – Brenda Jones, 1960 Olympic Silver Medalist 800 meters
Nov 17, 1942 – Derek Clayton, Two marathon World Records - 2:09:36 (1967), 2:08:33 (1968)
Nov 17, 1992 – Marquis Dendy, 2016 World Indoor Long Jump Champ; 7-time NCAA Champ LJ/TJ
Nov 18, 1985 – Allyson Felix, 10-time Gold Medalist at Worlds and Olympics
Nov 19, 1922 – Curt Stone; 1948/52/56 Olympian; 14-time U.S. Champ
Nov 20, 1911 – Jean Shirley, 1932 Olympic Gold Medalist in high jump
Nov 20, 1948 – Jacqueline Hansen, 1973 Boston Marathon Champion
Nov 22, 1944 – Priscilla Welch, 1987 New York City Marathon Champ
Nov 23, 1949 – Germany’s Charlotte Teske, 1982 Boston Marathon Champion
Nov 22, 1974 – Gilbert Tuhabonye, Survivor 1993 Burundi Genocide; 'This Voice in my Heart’; PR 2:22
Nov 24, 1971 – Cosmas Ndeti; Boston Marathon Champion 1993, 1994 and 1995
Nov 25, 1941 – Greece’s Christos Papanikolaou, first man to pole vault over 18 feet
Nov 29, 1944 – Victor Mora; 1972 Boston Marathon 2nd place; Bolivia 1972/76 Olympian
Nov 29, 1977 – Damu Cherry – 2008 Beijing Olympics 100m Hurdles 4th place
Nov 30, 1938 – Vic Zwolac – 3,000m steeplechase 1963 NCAA Champ, 1964 Olympian
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.