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August 20, 1991
The Annapolis Striders will conduct the 16th annual Annapolis 10-Mile Run at 7:45 a.m. Sunday.The race will start at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium and will take the runners through historic downtown Annapolis, the U.S. Naval Academy, crossing and recrossing the Old Severn River Bridge and finishing at the stadium.More than 3,500 runners from 25 states, the District of Columbia,Canada and Austria have signed up for the race. It is the fifth-largest 10-mile race in the country and annually is ranked among the top 100 road races.
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By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Staff Writer | July 28, 1992
Going into Sunday's 14th annual Bon-Ton/York Newspaper 5-Mile Race at York (Pa.) Galleria, Keith Dowling had a lot to think about.Dowling, 23, the crowd favorite who had lived in York for 19 years before he moved to Pittsburgh, ran into Joe Luckman, his high school coach at York Catholic, before the start of the race."
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SPORTS
By Phil Jackman | October 3, 1991
* Saturday: Great Allegany Run 15-K, 5-K, Cumberland, 8 a.m., 729-3088; A Place for Your Pace, Peerce's Plantation, 8 a.m.; RASAC Obstacle Course 5-K, Aberdeen Proving Ground, 9 a.m., 836-8872; Market Street Mile, Frederick; Sykesville 5-K, 9 a.m., 795-4843; Chinmoy 2-miler, Patterson Park, 8 a.m., 467-3223; MCRRC 5-K, Bethesda, 8 a.m., 353-0200.* Sunday: Glen Burnie/B&A Trail 10-K, Severna Park High, 9 a.m., 787-4367; BRRC 15-mile championship, Ashland, 8 a.m., 566-RUN2; RASAC Women's Distance Festival, Belcamp, 9 a.m.; Georgetown 10-K, Washington.
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By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Staff Writer | June 23, 1992
Ken Fowler confirms what many area runners have been saying since the Men's U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials in April: that the performance of the Maryland contingent was exceptional."
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By Michael Reeb | April 30, 1991
Those who have hiked or fished the trails of Gunpowder Falls and Prettyboy Reservoir know how long the day sometimes can grow. Vassili Triantos of Olney, the winner of Sunday's inaugural Reservoir 50-mile ultramarathon, knows the feeling well.Triantos finished the race across a series of Department of Natural Resources trails through Gunpowder State Park and Prettyboy Reservoir in 8 hours, 10 minutes, 6 seconds."It felt more like 60 [miles]," Triantos, 36, said. "The last 5 miles, they were forever.
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By Phil Jackman | October 25, 1990
Here's one for you: The tiny, picturesque seaside town of Del Mar, Calif., long noted for its racetrack, obviously wants to stick with the horsy image.The San Diego Marathon, a fixture in that city for 26 years, hoped to change its looped course to alleviate traffic problems and sought permission for a straight shot up and down the coast.Del Mar turned down the bid, a city councilwoman explaining, "I took an oath to protect the health and safety of this community and I'm not sure we could be able to do that with this race."
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By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Staff Writer | June 23, 1992
Ken Fowler confirms what many area runners have been saying since the Men's U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials in April: that the performance of the Maryland contingent was exceptional."
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By Michael Reeb | July 9, 1991
Robert Yara, Brad Uhlfelder and Jim Hage ran away with victories in the area's Fourth of July races. Marge Demarrais, Stacey Nicholson and Maureen Hall won the female divisions.Yara took the 5th annual Firecracker 5K at Kingsville in 15:25.1; Uhlfelder beat Stavros Rologas by 21 seconds in the inaugural Dundalk Heritage 6K; and Hage outran Dave Berardi in the ninth annual Arbutus Firecracker 10K.On the women's side, Demarrais won at Kingsville, Nicholson at Dundalk and Hall at Arbutus.Kingsville drew 372 finishers, Dundalk 317 and Arbutus in excess of 400.Dave Cooley, the director of the Dundalk run, had this explanation for the race's unusual distance: "It's because they [parade committee]
SPORTS
By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Staff Writer | July 28, 1992
Going into Sunday's 14th annual Bon-Ton/York Newspaper 5-Mile Race at York (Pa.) Galleria, Keith Dowling had a lot to think about.Dowling, 23, the crowd favorite who had lived in York for 19 years before he moved to Pittsburgh, ran into Joe Luckman, his high school coach at York Catholic, before the start of the race."
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By Michael Reeb | August 27, 1991
Doug Mock, the winner of last week's To Market to Market 5-miler but somewhat of an unknown factor at longer distances, was running with co-leaders Jim Hage and Gerry Clapper at one mile in Sunday's Annapolis Ten-Mile Run.Coming out of the Naval Academy at 4 1/2 miles, Mock was still with Hage, a two-time winner of the Annapolis run, and Clapper, who had won in 1989. In what amounted to a match of youth and experience, Mock, a specialist at 10,000 meters, made a move on the longer-distance stalwarts with his 50-minute, 29-second victory in the 16th annual Annapolis Ten-Mile Run."
SPORTS
By Phil Jackman | October 3, 1991
* Saturday: Great Allegany Run 15-K, 5-K, Cumberland, 8 a.m., 729-3088; A Place for Your Pace, Peerce's Plantation, 8 a.m.; RASAC Obstacle Course 5-K, Aberdeen Proving Ground, 9 a.m., 836-8872; Market Street Mile, Frederick; Sykesville 5-K, 9 a.m., 795-4843; Chinmoy 2-miler, Patterson Park, 8 a.m., 467-3223; MCRRC 5-K, Bethesda, 8 a.m., 353-0200.* Sunday: Glen Burnie/B&A Trail 10-K, Severna Park High, 9 a.m., 787-4367; BRRC 15-mile championship, Ashland, 8 a.m., 566-RUN2; RASAC Women's Distance Festival, Belcamp, 9 a.m.; Georgetown 10-K, Washington.
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By Michael Reeb | August 27, 1991
Doug Mock, the winner of last week's To Market to Market 5-miler but somewhat of an unknown factor at longer distances, was running with co-leaders Jim Hage and Gerry Clapper at one mile in Sunday's Annapolis Ten-Mile Run.Coming out of the Naval Academy at 4 1/2 miles, Mock was still with Hage, a two-time winner of the Annapolis run, and Clapper, who had won in 1989. In what amounted to a match of youth and experience, Mock, a specialist at 10,000 meters, made a move on the longer-distance stalwarts with his 50-minute, 29-second victory in the 16th annual Annapolis Ten-Mile Run."
NEWS
August 20, 1991
The Annapolis Striders will conduct the 16th annual Annapolis 10-Mile Run at 7:45 a.m. Sunday.The race will start at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium and will take the runners through historic downtown Annapolis, the U.S. Naval Academy, crossing and recrossing the Old Severn River Bridge and finishing at the stadium.More than 3,500 runners from 25 states, the District of Columbia,Canada and Austria have signed up for the race. It is the fifth-largest 10-mile race in the country and annually is ranked among the top 100 road races.
SPORTS
By Michael Reeb | July 9, 1991
Robert Yara, Brad Uhlfelder and Jim Hage ran away with victories in the area's Fourth of July races. Marge Demarrais, Stacey Nicholson and Maureen Hall won the female divisions.Yara took the 5th annual Firecracker 5K at Kingsville in 15:25.1; Uhlfelder beat Stavros Rologas by 21 seconds in the inaugural Dundalk Heritage 6K; and Hage outran Dave Berardi in the ninth annual Arbutus Firecracker 10K.On the women's side, Demarrais won at Kingsville, Nicholson at Dundalk and Hall at Arbutus.Kingsville drew 372 finishers, Dundalk 317 and Arbutus in excess of 400.Dave Cooley, the director of the Dundalk run, had this explanation for the race's unusual distance: "It's because they [parade committee]
SPORTS
By Michael Reeb | April 30, 1991
Those who have hiked or fished the trails of Gunpowder Falls and Prettyboy Reservoir know how long the day sometimes can grow. Vassili Triantos of Olney, the winner of Sunday's inaugural Reservoir 50-mile ultramarathon, knows the feeling well.Triantos finished the race across a series of Department of Natural Resources trails through Gunpowder State Park and Prettyboy Reservoir in 8 hours, 10 minutes, 6 seconds."It felt more like 60 [miles]," Triantos, 36, said. "The last 5 miles, they were forever.
SPORTS
By Phil Jackman | November 15, 1990
Buzz's Baby, sometimes known as the JFK 50-mile hike-run, should be a real wingding when it plays Boonsboro and the Appalachian Trail for the 28th time come Saturday.Two-time winner Chris Gibson is back, along with the five men who pushed him. Randy Bromka will defend the women's title, and her two closest challengers return as well.Gibson, in fact, will be attempting to become the first male to register three wins over the rugged course and looking to stop him will be another two-time winner, Mike Spinnler.
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By Phil Jackman | October 11, 1990
* After some consternation (alias appearance money), Ken Martin will be back running the New York City Marathon in three weeks. Recall, Martin ran 2:09:38 last fall, best time by an American since 1983, while finishing second. He'll do well to match that this time around, with defending champ Juma Ikangaa and Olympic silver medalist Douglas Wakiihuri looming as heavy favorites.* Lynn Jennings won the big women-only Tufts 10-K in Boston Monday in 32:29, 10 seconds ahead of Ria van Landeghem . . . Depending upon her results at a half-marathon in Toronto Sunday, Joan Samuelson is thinking about hopping into the New York City Marathon Nov. 4. If she runs 1:10, she says it will be a go. She has run two sub-1:13s lately . . . Ronnie Wong's winning distance in the Chinmoy 1,300-mile race in Flushing Meadow Park was 1,177 miles spread over 18 days . . . Dave Petrie, Mike Wrobleski and Sheila Greenfield were among the finishers at the Hawaii Ironman Triathlon last weekend.
SPORTS
By Phil Jackman | November 15, 1990
Buzz's Baby, sometimes known as the JFK 50-mile hike-run, should be a real wingding when it plays Boonsboro and the Appalachian Trail for the 28th time come Saturday.Two-time winner Chris Gibson is back, along with the five men who pushed him. Randy Bromka will defend the women's title, and her two closest challengers return as well.Gibson, in fact, will be attempting to become the first male to register three wins over the rugged course and looking to stop him will be another two-time winner, Mike Spinnler.
SPORTS
By Phil Jackman | October 25, 1990
Here's one for you: The tiny, picturesque seaside town of Del Mar, Calif., long noted for its racetrack, obviously wants to stick with the horsy image.The San Diego Marathon, a fixture in that city for 26 years, hoped to change its looped course to alleviate traffic problems and sought permission for a straight shot up and down the coast.Del Mar turned down the bid, a city councilwoman explaining, "I took an oath to protect the health and safety of this community and I'm not sure we could be able to do that with this race."
SPORTS
By Phil Jackman | October 11, 1990
* After some consternation (alias appearance money), Ken Martin will be back running the New York City Marathon in three weeks. Recall, Martin ran 2:09:38 last fall, best time by an American since 1983, while finishing second. He'll do well to match that this time around, with defending champ Juma Ikangaa and Olympic silver medalist Douglas Wakiihuri looming as heavy favorites.* Lynn Jennings won the big women-only Tufts 10-K in Boston Monday in 32:29, 10 seconds ahead of Ria van Landeghem . . . Depending upon her results at a half-marathon in Toronto Sunday, Joan Samuelson is thinking about hopping into the New York City Marathon Nov. 4. If she runs 1:10, she says it will be a go. She has run two sub-1:13s lately . . . Ronnie Wong's winning distance in the Chinmoy 1,300-mile race in Flushing Meadow Park was 1,177 miles spread over 18 days . . . Dave Petrie, Mike Wrobleski and Sheila Greenfield were among the finishers at the Hawaii Ironman Triathlon last weekend.
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