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Issue No. 1

The Road Doctor by Peter Gammons
Take the running knowledge of the world and combine it with the philosophy of the ages, the patience of a saint and the wisdom of a medical doctor. The result is Dr. George Sheehan, high priest of the road.

Lose for Winning by Stephen Williams
When Gary Murhcke won the race to the top of the Empire State Building, the ultramarathoner never dreamed he was risking the loss of disability pension.

Bright's Blindness by Paul Henderson
It may be the end of the road for Norman Bright. Although the veteran runner can still run marathons and maintain an eight-minute mile, he is going blind.

Boston Tales and Tips
A group of Boston experts share tales, tips and trivia of that city and the annual event that put it on the marathoner's map.

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ON THE RUN, April 20, 1978

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