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Issue No.11

Dingy Don by Paul Perry
When Don Kardong reaches the age of one billion seconds, he plans to be standing on the starting line of the Olympic marathon in Moscow. ''I mean, your billionth second has to stand for something.''

Craig Bids Adieu by Ray Hosler
The union of Craig Virgin and the Athletics West track club was a major event in the world of distance running. But the union wasn't a happy one, and now Craig has left the club and returned to the Midwest.

Finding the Problem by Steve San Filippo
Muscle imbalances cause a whole gamut of injuries from shin splints to sciatica. What begins as a minor problem for athletes can turn into a debilitating overuse injury. Cybex can help spot these problem areas.

Bonne Bell's Bonny Lass by Charlotte A. Lettis
With a toss of her orange mittens, Joan Benoit made her move at the Bonne Bell National l0 K in Boston to defeat a group of the country's top women runners with a time of 33:15.

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ON THE RUN, December 7, 1978

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