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Issue No.17

The Running Walker by Paul Perry
For the third time in his life, New Zealand's John Walker has become a world record-holder, this time capturing the indoor 1500-meter record at the Muhammad Ali track meet. But Walker does more than run in ovals. He is thinking about the long road ahead.

Men Support Women by Ray Hosler
When the Nike shoe company began protesting discrimination against women in Olympic events, they expected some positive response- but they didn't think that 70 percent would come from men.

Part I: The AAU and You by Bob Moriarty
What does the AAU do for distance running? Many feel that the amateur governing body does nothing but protect runners from itself.

Master Are Seasoned, Not Old by Heather Kirkwood
Sports traditionally belong to the young. But don't flaunt tradition in front of a masters athlete, they just may leave you eating their dust.

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ON THE RUN, March 1, 1979

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