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Issue No.16

Coaching the Distance by Charles B. Pierce
Billy Squires has coached Bill Rodgers, Al Salazar, Randy Thomas and a host of other running greats. He may be the best distance coach in the United States, yet he has never been offered the chance to coach an Olympic team.

Paradise Left by Ray Hosler
Cindy Dalrymple, Sue Stricklin and a host of other runners are leaving the paradise known as Hawaii. The reason? The island may be good for foliage, but it withers from lack of competition.

An Island On The Run by Bruce Jacobs
When Peace Corps volunteer Dave Pryseski found himself on the tiny Caribbean island of Montserrat, he discovered little enthusiasm for running. But he persevered, and now Pryseski has the island on the run.

Jogging Jimmy by Steve Filippo
When the pressure of this fall's summit talks became too much for President Jimmy Carter, he returned to running for solace. Now the chief executive has made running part of his daily ritual. He even has much of the .White House staff pounding the pavement for fitness.

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ON THE RUN, February 15, 1979

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