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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: Abdi Bile - 1987 World Championships 1,500 meter Gold Medal; 1985 and 1987 NCAA 1,500 meter Champ; 1987 and 1989 IAAF Grand Prix Final 1,500m Champ; Holder of nine Somalia National Records. Dale Story - 1961 NCAA Individual and Team Cross Country Champion with Oregon State; 1962 NCAA 5,000 Meter 3rd Place Bronze Medal; 1959 High School Mile Record 4:11.0; Coached Seven Team and 32 Individual Prep State Champs - two definite 'don't miss interviews! 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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Abdi Bile
1987 World Champs 1,500m Gold Medal; 1985/87 NCAA 1,500m Champ; 1987/89 IAAF Grand Prix Final 1,500m Champ; Nine Somalia Nat'l Records
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Gary Cohen Running Vault: Hundreds of essays to help you!
This Week in Running
May 1, 1977 – Chantal Langlace wins marathon in Oiartzun, Spain in World Record 2:35:15
May 1, 1977 – Chris Solinsky runs 26:59.60 for 10,000 meters and is 1st non-African to run sub-27
May 3, 1975 – Christa Vahlensieck runs female World Record marathon 2:40:15.8
May 5, 1956 – Jim Bailey runs first sub-4:00 mile in U.S. with 3:58.6
May 6, 1954 – England’s Roger Bannister first to run sub-four minute mile (3:59.4) at Oxford
May 6, 1967 – Canada’s Maureen Wilton runs World Record marathon 3:15:23 in Toronto
May 6, 1979 – Renaldo Nehemiah runs World Record 110 meter hurdles in 13.00 seconds
May 6, 2018 – Galen Rupp Wins the Prague Marathon in 2:06:07
May 7, 1967 – Tommie Smith runs World Record straightaway 220 yards in 19.5 seconds
May 8, 1909 – Frederick Barrett runs World Record marathon 2:42:31
May 8, 1954 – Parry O’Brien breaks shot put ‘60-foot barrier’ with 60-5 ¼ at USC-UCLA dual meet
May 8, 1965 – Randy Matson breaks shot put ’70-foot barrier’ with 70-7 ¼ at SW Conf meet
May 9, 1971 – Elizabeth Bonner runs World Record marathon 3:01:42 in Philadelphia, PA
May 12, 1913 – Great Britain’s Harry Green runs World Record marathon 2:38:16.2 in London
May 12, 1928 – Emerson Spencer runs World Record 400 meters in 47.0 seconds
May 12, 1956 – Charlie Dumas and Bill Russell tie with 6-9 ¼ high jump at West Coast Relays
May 12, 1962 – Univ of Oregon breaks World Record 4-mile relay by 14 seconds in 16:09.0
May 13, 1984 – Ingrid Kristiansen wins London Marathon in World Record 2:24:26
May 15, 1948 – Mel Patton runs 9.3 to break 100 yard dash World Record at West Coast Relays
May 15, 1965 – Jim Ryun runs second prep sub-4:00 mile; this time against only preps
This Week's Birthdays
May 4, 1956 – Germany’s Ulrike Meyfarth, 1972 Olympic Gold Medalist in high jump
May 4, 1976 – Hunter Kemper, 4-time U.S. Olympic Triathlete 2000/04/08/12; 2005 World #1 Triathlete
May 5, 1956 – Steve Scott; 1983 World Championship 1,500m Silver; Record 136 sub-4:00 miles
May 5, 1964 – South Africa’s Willie Mtolo, 1992 New York City Marathon Champion
May 5, 1975 – Meb Keflezighi; Marathon - 2004 Olympic Silver; 2009 NYC, 2012 OT, 2014 Boston champ
May 7, 1961 – Lisa Rainsberger, Marathon Champion; 1985 Boston, 1988 and 1989 Chicago
May 8, 1986 – Galen Rupp; 2012 Olympic Silver 10k and US Record 26:48, 7-time NCAA Champ
May 9, 1962 – Steve Spence; Bronze Medal at 1991 World Championship Marathon
May 9, 1973 – Tegla Loroupe – Three-time World half Marathon Champ; NYC Marathon Champ 94/95
May 10, 1962 – John Ngugi, 1988 Olympic 5,000m Gold Medal; 5-Time World X-C Champ – 1986/87/88/89/92
May 12, 1960 – Lisa Martin Ondieki; 1992 New York City Marathon Champion
May 13, 1984 – Caroline Rotich; 2015 Boston Marathon Champion
May 15, 1940 – Colombia’s Alvaro Mejia, 1971 Boston Marathon Champ
May 15, 1944 – Ethiopia’s Miruts Yifter, 1980 Olympic Gold 10,000 meters
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, May 4, 7:00 a.m. - 5 miles. Thur, May 6, 7:00 a.m. - 5 miles. Sat, May 8, 7:15 a.m. - 6-8 miles. Tue, May 11, 7:00 a.m. - 5 miles. Thur, May 13, 7:00 a.m. - 5 miles. Fri, May 14, 7:00 a.m. - 5 miles. Sat, May 15, 7:15 a.m. - 6-8 miles.