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Taconic Running Life


A p r i l 1 9 3
KangaROOS A HIT!
Heavy post entry brought over 300 runners to F.D.R. Park for
the second Kangaroo race. The 5 mile event was sandwiched
between some terrible weather as sunny skies helped make the
r a c e s u c c e s s f u l .
Team Kangaroo sent some ne runners and captured ve of
the rst seven places. In a close battle for rst place in
the men's division, Don DiDonato nipped Reno Stirrat by a se
cond for a 24:58 clocking over the tough F.D.R. hills. Bob
Di n u c c i wa s i n a t f o u r t h wi t h a 2 5 : 5 3 f o r t h e r s t l o c a l n
i s h e r .
The women's division was well represented as Suzanne Shea
nished 24th overall with a 28:34; outstanding running!
Patty Nelson took second with a 30:12 while Lori Jorgensen,
3 0 : 5 8 , n i s h e d t h i r d i n t h e wo me n ' s d i v i s i o n .
How about t he men' s mast er s? Ted Hai nan was 6t h over al l
wi th a 26:25 for rst 40-49 age group. The men' s 50-59 had
a ne performance is Bob Kerney as he toured the course in
30: 14. Bob Rogan domi nat ed t he 60+ wi t h a 32: 11.
The girls 14 and under had two nice performances also.
Elizabeth Brendan ran a 34:38 while Suzanne Kennedy ran a 36:05
(Results can be found on page 4.)
WHO'S AFRAID OF SYBIL ?
Sybil Ludington is coming! On April 30 we'll again have a
c hanc e t o gal l op 31. 07 mi l es ' r ound her s c eni c r out e.
I've run every one of the last four years and the number of
st art ers has never exceeded l ast year' s l evel of about 40. To
quote Nick Marshall in the current issue of RRCA's Footnotes,
"Who's Afraid of a Big, Bad, Ultra?" Well, practically every
one it seems, that's who. How to get over that fear, that's
t h e q u e s t i o n .
Ni ck assures us t hat si nce t he compl et i on rat e -t he rat i o of
ni shers to starters- i s hi gh for ul tras they real l y can' t be
as tough as most people think. "Don't worry," he says, "the
compl et i on rat e f or t he most popul ar t hree ul t ra' s i n 1982
averaged 85. 1 per cent . " Sounds hi gh al ri ght . But on con
sulting my N.Y. Running News I see that in the biggest marathon
in the country, in New York City, with a high proportion of
rst-ti mers, the percentage of starters ni shi ng the course
was quite a bit higher, 95.3 per cent. Nice try, Nick! Per
haps the completion rates don't provide the assurance sought
by the rst-ti me ul tra runner. After al l you mi ght thi nk
(cont ' d pg. 7)
St. PATRICKS
We l l , i f P a t O' B r i e n
can pl ay Knut e Rockne,
t h e r e i s n o t h i n g t o s t o p
Bob Vogel f r om wi nni ng a
St . Pat r i c k ' s Day Road
R a c e ( l O K ) . H e d i d ! I n
a ver y i mpr essi ve way t oo
a s y o u wi l l n o t e f r o m t h e
r e s u l t s .
N . Y. C w a s n o t a l o n e i n
t he pr obl em depar t ment .
We came up wi t h t wo non-
c o m m i t t m e n t s f r o m t w o
I r i s h p u b s a n d f r a t e r n a l
o r g a n i z a t i o n s . Ou r p i p e
and dr um compl ement f el l
t hr ough when t hey f ound a
p a y i n g j o b a n d , d e s p i t e
Dan Kehoe's promise, we
w e r e u n a b l e t o b o r r o w t h e
$18 mi l l i on horse f or pa
c i ng pur pos es .
Ge o f f Ha r r i n g t o n , we a r
i ng Uni on Jack shor t s and
Wendy Shi l e, f r om Sur r ey,
w o n t h e Ma s t e r s ' c r o w n s .
But Bob Rogan and Ken
Shannahan came t hrough
f o r t h e g r e e n . No t t o b e
out done, Gr ace Tagl i amont e
and Di ane Cappel l i ni , up
h e l d t h e g o o d n a me o f
Chr i st opher Col umbus.
I suppose we shoul d
c r e d i t J o e Al b a n e s e ; b u t
he i s under t he gun f or
shadowi ng and out ki cki ng
Bob Rogan i n t he s t r et c h.
Da n Ca f f r e y t h o u g h t t h i s
s o appal l i ng he c ons i der ed
r e f u s i n g h i m M' ' c * s n
b a g e l .
(cont' d on pg. 12)
' Club To Host New Event:Road
Relay From Manhattan-Mahopac
B i g n e w s a r o u n d t h e
c l u b h o u s e i s t h e u n d e r ~
t a k i n g o f a r o a d r e l a y
f r om Manhat t an t o Mahopac.
E i g h t r u n n e r s wi l l p a r t i
c i p a t e c o v e r i n g v a r y i n g
di s t anc es r angi ng f r om
f o u r t o n i n e m i l e s .
I n v i t a t i o n s w i l l b e t h e
onl y means of c ompet i t i on
a n d t h e s e h a v e b e e n s e n t
t o c l u b s i n t h e i m m e d i a t e
me t r o p o l i t a n a r e a . T h e r e
wi l l be no age gr oup ca
t e g o r y b u t i f t h e r e i s
s u f c i e n t i n t e r e s t , a
w o m e n ' s r a c e w i l l b e i n
c l u d e d .
May 22 i s t he t ar get
d a t e . P a t t e r n e d a f t e r
t h e B r i t i s h s t y l e c l u b
r el ay s of London t o Br i gh
t on and Edi nbur gh t o Gl as
gow, i t i s hoped our Man
h a t t a n t o Ma h o p a c v e r s i o n
w i l l b e c o m e a c l a s s i c
event wi t h our cont empor
a r i e s e l d i n g t h e i r e l i t e
r u n n e r s .
A n a w a r d s b a n q u e t i s
s c h e d u l e d f o r t h e L a n t e r n
Pub f ol l owi ng t he c onc l us
i o n o f t h e r a c e . A m o r e
d e t a i l e d a c c o u n t i n g wi l l
b e i n c l u d e d i n n e x t m o n t h ' s
n e w s l e t t e r . T h e r e i s , a s
you mi ght i magi ne, much
exci t ement and opt i mi sm
r e g a r d i n g t h i s i n n o v a t i v e
r a c e .
Dependi ng on t he number
o f i n v i t a t i o n s a c c e p t e d ,
w e w i l l e l d a t l e a s t o n e
t e a m . T R R C t r i a l r u n f o r
s e l e c t i o n w i l l b e h e l d o n
May 1, F. D. R. Par k, 11: 00
a . m. F i n i s h i n g o r d e r w i l l
d e t e r m i n e s e l e c t i o n . T h e
d i s t a n c e w i l l b e l O K .
Wo m e n ' s t e a m s e l e c t i o n
i s bei ng handl ed by Judy
P i c k e r t ; s h e c a n b e r e a
c h e d a t 9 1 4 2 7 9 - 3 4 0 1 .
T h e Ma y 1 , t i me t r i a l i s
c u r r e n t l y s c h e d u l e d f o r
t he open ( men' s) t eam.
T h e w o m e n ' s s e l e c t i o n
p r o c e s s h a s y e t t o b e
d e t e r mi n e d . Ca l l J u d y f o r
d e t a i l s .
Each member of represen
t a t i v e t e a m wi l l p a y $ 1 0
t o wa r d $ 1 0 0 t e a m e n t r y
f e e . E n t r y f e e e n t i t l e s
e a c h r u n n e r t o a w a r d b a n
quet di nner and c ommer -
a t i v e T - s h i r t . F u r t h e r
d i s c u s s i o n i s e x p e c t e d a t
t he Apr i l meet i ng, Monday,
t h e 1 1 t h .
C l u b m e m b e r s i n t e r e s t e d
i n c o mp e t i n g o r a s s i s t i n g
wi t h l o g i s t i c s , p l e a s e c
cal l Har r y Neeson, 245 3598,
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MAY NEWSLETTER DEADLINE: April 23
St o r e Di s c o u n t s
The following stores offer 10% dis
counts on running merchandise to
TRRC card hol ders.
A t h l e t i c A t t i c
1 3 0 F e d e r a l R d .
Danbur y, Ct .
2 0 3 7 9 7 - 1 6 4 1
O l d e S o f t S h o e
B a z a a r M a l l
M t . K i s c o , N . Y.
2 4 1 - 3 2 8 3
O l d e S o f t S h o e
Compo Shoppi ng Cent er
3 7 4 E . P o s t R d .
We s t p o r t C t .
2 0 3 2 2 7 - 0 4 9 9
O l d e S o f t S h o e
Cal dor Shoppi ng Cent er
R t . 7 & F e d e r a l R d .
B r o o k e l d , C t
2 0 3 7 7 5 - 3 0 0 9
O l d e S o f t S h o e
We s t c h e s t e r M a l l
R t . 6
P e e k s k i l l , N. Y.
5 2 8 - 4 6 0 6
O l d e S o f t S h o e
P u t n a m P l a z a
C a r m e l , N . Y.
2 2 5 - 1 9 0 0
To m K a t S p o r t s
R t . 6
Mahopac, N. Y.
6 2 8 - 9 2 9 2
ALBANY TRIP
A VAN-TASTIC SUCCESS
by
M e l a n i e M u l v i h i l l
To t hos e of y ou who
swor e of f t he Chopper t hon
3 0 K r a c e b e c a u s e o f o u r
bad exper i ence t wo year s
ago ( no mi l e mar ks or
s p l i t s ) , t a k e h e a r t .
This race has CHANGED,
n o , me t a mo r p h o s e d * i n t o
a wel l or gani z ed ev ent
w h i c h " r i v a l s t h e N e w
Yor k Mar at hon, " t o quot e
J o h n L e w i s .
Undaunt ed by t he l ack
of a bus, el even of us
rent ed a van and went up
on Mar ch 20t h. We par ked
i n Al bany and a s hut t l e
b u s t o o k u s t o t h e s t a r t .
Number s and si ngl et s wer e
di s pat c hed ef c i ent l y
and a cargo bus brought
o u r b a g s b a c k t o t h e n
i s h . A l o n g t h e c o u r s e
t h e r e we r e s p l i t s e v e r y
mile, plus 5K, lOK, 15K,
20K and 17. 6 ( one mi l e t o
g o ) . Th e r e we r e s i x wa t e r
s t o p s a n d a v o t e w a s h e l d
t o d e t e r m i n e t h e b e s t o n e .
At one st op ever yone was
d r e s s e d i n H a w a i i n o u t
t s ; a n o t h e r wa s r u n b y
st udent s f r om Al bany Hi gh
Sc h o o l . Af t e r n i s h i n g ,
we went i nt o a spaci ous,
c l e a n c o n c o u r s e u n d e r t h e
E m p i r e S t a t e P l a z a . T h e
bags wer e ar r anged i n
n u m e r i c a l o r d e r a n d l o c a
t e d w i t h i n s e c o n d s . O r
a n g e s , b a n a n a s , s o d a a n d
w a t e r w e r e a v a i l a b l e . A
commendabl e j ob i ndeed by
t h e H u d s o n M o h a w k R o a d
R u n n e r s C l u b !
T h e b a s i c a l l y a t ,
p o i n t t o t p o i n t c o u r s e
wi t h a s t r o n g t a i l wi n d ,
f o r a l l b u t a f e w mi l e s ,
made f or some gr eat r uns.
T h e r s t n i s h e r f r o m
t he van was Tom Fet r i e,
Yonker s wi t h a 1: 48; he
i s a n x i o u s l y a wa i t i n g a
member s hi p appl i c at i on s o
t h a t h e c a n j o i n t h e c l u b .
Un f o r t u n a t e l y, t h e r e wa s
o n e c a s e o f s e x u a l h a r r a s -
sment. Fre^/sammel (2:19)
was " goos ed" i n Pr oc t or ' s
b y a n u n k n o wn f e ma l e wh o
v a n i s h e d i n t h e c r o w d .
I t i s u n k n o w n a t t h i s t i m e
whet her she compet ed i n
t h e t r e n c h c o a t a n d d a r k
g l a s s e s .
Be t s y Fe u e r ( 2 : 3 5 ) a t -
t i b u t e d h e r P R t o c a r b o -
l oadi ng t he pr ev i ous ev e
n i n g a t P a s t a P l u s ( w o u l d
be mar at honer s t ake not e! )
J ohs Lewi s ( 1: 56) pos t ed
t he f ast est t i me among
c l u b m e m b e r s . S t e v e
Bur at i ( 2: 06) get s speci al
ment i on f or al most maki ng
J o h n mi s s t h e r i d e . Se e ,
J o h n , a l i t t l e p r e - r a c e
t e n s i o n d o e s w o n d e r s !
A l l ' s w e l l t h a t e n d s w e l l
a s J o h n a n d S t e v e b o t h
h a d P R ' s .
D o n V i l l e n u e v e ( 2 : 0 5 )
was second among cl ub
member s and br i ght ened up
t he t r i p home by pr ov i di ng
s o m e l i q u i d r e f r e s h m e n t ,
Fr ank Messman ( 2: 14)
s u r p r i s e d h i ms e l f b y r u n
n i n g 1 6 mi n u t e s f a s t e r
t h a n h i s p r e d i c t i o n f o r
a p e r s o n a l b e s t . F r a n k
i s del i ght ed and now t o
t a l l y p s y c h e d f o r h i s ma r
at hon i n Way ne, N. J . i n
t wo weeks. Good Luck,
F r a n k !
Tom McCar t hy ( 2: 30)
s t o o d o n t h e Ta c o n i c
Par k way i n t he r ai n at
6 : 0 0 a . m . a n d s o m e h o w
a v o i d e d g e t t i n g a r r e s t e d
b e f o r e t h e v a n a r r i v e d .
Chr i s Mal ek ( 2: 31) r esem
b l e d t h e S i x M i l l i o n D o l
l ar Man wi t h a l ar ge ar
r ay of as s or t ed equi pment
h e h a d a t t a c h e d t o h i s
body f or us e dur i ng t he
r a c e .
F i n a l l y, J e r r y Ta u b
( 2: 14) get s t he " Gr ey
h o u n d ( l e a v e t h e d r i v i n g
to us) Award" for doi ng
a l l t h e d r i v i n g , r o u n d
t r i p . T h a n k s J e r r y ; a n d
you r eal l y kept us awake
on t he t r i p home wi t h
t h o s e h a i r p i n t u r n s ! Co me
t o t h i n k o f i t , a n y o n e wh o
d r i v e s 2 5 0 m i l e s a n d r u n s
a P R i n a 3 0 K r a c e s h o u l d
n d t r i a t h l o n s a s n a p !
( L o o k o u t Owe n Mc Cr u d d e n
and Joe Sanchez) Bob Bur -
bank ( 2: 16) al s o r an t he
r a c e , h a v i n g d r i v e n u p
t he day bef or e.
A good ti me was had by
al l and next year we hope
t o g e t a f u l l b u s l o a d f o r
t h i s w o r t h w h i l e t r i p !
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KAN6AR00 S NILE CHAMPIONSHIP RACE
FDR PARK-YQRKTONN HEI6HTS, N.Y.
PLACE NAME DI V.
RANK TI ME
38 JIN KENNEDY
2 6 2 9 : 3 2
MARCH 13
, 1983
39 KENNETH HEREL 5 6 2 9 : 3 2
4 0 ANTHONY GALFANO
4 9 29:35
41 COLIN SMITH
2
7 2 9 : 3 9
42 RICHARD GUDONSKY
4
t o 29:44
DIVISIONS:
43 JOHN STORMS 2
a
29: 48
4 4 LOUIS HOOD
3 19 29:48
1 - MALE 14 AND UNDER 8 - FEMALE 14
AND UNDER
45 ARTHUR COHEN 2 9 29: 53
2 - MALE 15 - 18 9 - FEMALE 15
- 1 8
4 6 D0U6 LANKLER
2 10 29: 59
3 - HALE 19 - 29 10 - FEMALE 19
- 29
47
JEFF BOLD 4 11 30: 00
4 - MALE 30 - 39 11 - FEMALE 30
- 39
48
PAUL MORIBER 3 20 30:05
5 - HALE 40 - 49 12 - FEMALE 40
- 4 9
49 STEVE ARNETT
4 12 3 0 : 0 6
6 - MALE 50 - 59 13 - FEMALE 50
- 5 9
5 0 SID BARISH
4 13 30:10
7 - HALE 60 AND OVER 14 - FEMALE 60
AND OVER
51 PATTY NELSON 9 I 30: 12
5 2 EDHARD CONDON 3 21 30:13
53 BOB KERNEY
6 I 30:14
54 DAVID YOCKELSON
2 11 30: 18
COMPLETE ORDER OF FINISH: 55 FRANK O'ROURKE 3 22 30:27
5 6 DICK CALVIN
4 14 30: 28
57 MARC OXHAN
4 15 30: 32
l ACE NAHE D I V. 1^ANK
TI ME
58 SCOTT MENDELOHITZ
3 23 30: 45
59 TDM ROTHNELL 2 12 30: 50
1 DONALD DIDQNATD
3 1 2 4 : 5 8 60 DON VILLANEUVE 5 7 30:53
2 RENO STIRRAT
3 2 24: 59 61 MICHAEL NAGNER 4 16 30: 54
3 BRENDAN SHEEHEY 3 3 25: 45 62 FRANK RQTHHELL 2 13 30:55
4 ROBERT DINUCCI 3 4 25: 53 63 NILS EKLUND 4 17 30: 56
5 LUIS eORJA
3 5 26: 07
64 MICHAEL ECKELMAN 4 18 30:58
6 TED HAINAN
5 I 26: 25
65 LORI JORGENSEN 10 2 30: 58
7 REHULUS DELLA VALLE 4 1 26: 39
66 JOHN ANSELL 5 8 30:59
8 PETER HOHMEISTER
3 6 27:11
67 JAMES HC DERMOTT 4
19 31:05
9 THOMAS COLE
3 7 27: 13
68 NOREAU BRGNN 4
20 31:15
10 DAN DONOVAN
4 2 27: 13
69 CARMELLO ROLDAN 5 9
31:31
11 ROBERT SALCEDQ
2 1 27: 26
70 ART BREUER
5 10 31: 44
12 PATRICK 6AU6HAN 3
8 27: 32
71
MICHAEL NOLF 3 24 31: 47
13 BOB SANDSTROH
4 3 27: 35
72
AL CABRAL 5 11 3i : 48
14 KEN MARTIN
4 4 27: 46
73 MARK MCDERMOTT 2 14
31: 55
15 HIKE 60SSETT
3
9 27: 56
74 BILLY KELLNER 4 21
32:02
16 HARCIANO URENA
3 10 2 7 : 5 6
75 RICHARD SOSHOIAN 5 12 3 2 : 0 4
17 GABRIEL BERNAL
5 2 28: 03
76 DAVID SMITH 4 22 32: 07
16 NILLIAM HART
4 5 28: 10
77 FRANKLIN NIUAR 1 I 32: 09
19 GARY STROVE
4 6 28: 16
78 BOG R06AN 7 1 32:11
20 JIH-KELLEY SMITH
2
2 28: 23
7 9 ERIC STICH 2 15 32: 15
21 DOUGLAS MILLER 3
I t 28: 30
80 DAN FRANCE 4 23 32: 18
22 PETER COR5ION 4 7
28: 30
81 ALAN KENNEDY 4
24 32: 18
23 TONY LERRO
3 12 2 8 : 3 1
8 2 NEAL JACOBS 3 25 3 2 : 2 4
24 SUZANNE SHEA
10 1 28: 34
83 ARTHUR KGZMINSKY 3 2 6 32:26
25 HILLIAH KAYE 5
3 2 8 : 3 5
84 JOE ALBANESE
6 2 3 2 : 4 0
26 HARRY NEESON
5 4 2 8 : 3 7
85 NEAL ROURKE 4 2 5 32:46
27
CHARLES KENNEDY 5 5 28: 38
86 JENNIE BUCKLEY 9 2 32: 50
28 TOM BLIGH
2 3 2 8 : 3 9
87 BI LL CULLEN
5 13 33: 00
29 KEVIN RANDLE
3 13 28:45
08 SKIP PEARLMAN 3 2 7 33: 03
30 CHARLES VITALE
3 14
2 8 : 4 9
89 JOE GALLELLO 4 2 6 33: 08
31 JOHN KENNEDY 2
4 28:54
90 JERRY TAUB 5 14 33: 13
32 DANNY O'CONNOR
3 15 28: 54
91 THOMAS FER6US0N 1 2 3 3 : 1 5
33 JOHN SILK 4 8
2 8 : 5 8
92 JOHN O' BRIEN 4 27 33:31
34 JOHN SPANOS
3 16 2 9 : 0 1
93 JOSE PEREZ 4
28 33:36
35
TIM STURMER 3 17
2 9 : 0 9
94 RAYMOND GREGORY 6 3
33:39
36 DAVID CAMPBELL 3
18 29: 15
95 ARTHUR DENNY 5 15 33:40
37 MARK CRONE
2 5 29: 16
96 GOB COGNEY 4 2 9
33:46
PLACE
NAHE DI V. RANK TIME
9 7 GREGORY LECKART 2 16
33:46
98
EUGENE 6ARLEPP 5 16 33: 47
9 9 ALAN HARNOR
3 28 33:52
100 DONINICK OILAURIA 6 4
33(52
101
HILLIAf! RATHER 5 17 33:58
102 TIOTHY KENNEDY 2
17 33: 59
103 JIM MOLONEY 3
29 34: 00
104
JOSEPH GALLO 4
30 34: 01
105 SEAN STRAH
1 3 3 4 : 1 3
106 PEGGY HIMNO
11 I 3 4 : 1 5
107 MICHAEL HAMILTON 5 18 34: 17
C O
RAYMOND DONOVAN 1 4 34: 17
109 JERRY CANAVAN
4 31 34: 18
110
JOHN MONTEN 4 3 2 34: 26
111 MICHAEL PODOSHEN
4 3 3 34: 33
112 JAMES O'BRIEN
4 3 4 34: 35
113
ELIZABETH BRENDEN 8
1 34: 38
114 MARK CERNIGLIA
3 30
34:41
115 ALBERT DUMONT
3 31 34: 48
116 MICHAEL MONTE 4
35 34: 50
117
ROBERT BRAMNELL 5 19
34:54
118 RICH TOMPKINS
4 36 34: 57
119 FRED BUCKNER
4 37 34: 59
120
REIN HUNNIN6HER 4
38 3 4 : 5 9
121 LOU DELFINO 2
18 3 4 : 5 9
122 CHARLES MARION
5 2 0
35: 03
123 ROBERT 6LADMAN
3 32 3 5 : 0 8
124
MICHAEL ROGERS
5 21 35: 12
125
HELANIE MULVIHILL 11 2 35: 15
126 THOMAS J. MCCARTHY
6 5 35: 20
127 MARIO ZULIANI
5 2 2 3 5 : 2 6
128 LARRY THORP
5 23
35: 27
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STEPHEN COOK
4 39 35: 28
130 ED HALLEY
5 24 35: 31
131 TOMMY NEESON I
5 35: 33
132 VINCENT DIBIASE
3
33 3 5 : 3 6
133 ELLEN BOULANGER
10 3 35: 38
134 MIKE GOLDEN
3 34 35:40
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THOMAS CHALLMAN A .
19 35:41
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WILLIAM HAYES 5 25
35: 42
137 BILLY DRAKE
6 6
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138 PIERCE BRENNAN
6 7 3 5 : 5 3
139 DONALD HCCOSKEY
5 26 3 5 : 5 4
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JOHN HCMANU5 6
8 3 6 : 0 0
141 JAMES HCDERMOTT
4 40 3 6 : 0 3
142 DAVID LOESCH
3 35 36:04
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BARBARA HEISEL 12
1 36:05
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SUZANNE KENNEDY
8
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36: 05
145 FRED SAHMEL 5
2 7 36: 07
146 CLEM LA8ERHAN
5 2 8
36: 10
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JANE CQLLASO
10 4 36: 14
148 DANNY MURPHY
3 36 36: 19
149 CHRISTOPHER KOZAK
1 6 36:24
150 STEVE KOZAK
4 41 3 6 : 2 5
151 RICHARD BREMER
4 42 36: 25
152 PETER HC CUSHER
5
2 9 36:26
153 CHARLES HEHING
6 9 36: 27
154 ANTHONY TRIPDDI i 7
36:28
155 RAFAEL RODRIGUEZ 3 3 7 36: 41
NAME
DIV. RANK TIME
D. PAUL WARREN 4 4 3 3 6 : 4 7
ALFRED WARD 4
44 36:54
ROBERT DUBALL 4 4 5
36:55
BARBARA BREMER
11
3 36:56
SUSAN THEN 11 4
37:01
BENNETT LEWIS
5 30 37: 04
GERALD MILLER
5 31 37:06
ROY WESTMORELAND
5 32 37: 15
RICH KORNBLUH
2 20 37:17
BILL TINSLEY
4 46 37: 30
WILLIAM SU5SHANN
4 47 37:31
KEVIN IRWIN
3
38 37:37
NANCY LAUN PEREZ
11 5 37: 38
GEORGE BARRETT
4 4 8 37:39
WENDY SMILE
12 2
37: 41
STEVEN CORVIN 4
49 37:44
DANIEL GARLEPP
1
(
37: 44
ROBERT JACKSON
5 33 37: 49
BILL KORNBLUH
6 10 37: 50
WALT THOMPSON
4 50
37: 56
ED MCLAUGHLIN
4 51 37: 56
JAMES O'DIBBEKK
5 3 4 37: 59
KAREN GIEWAT
9
3 38: 03
MICHAELA PLURIEN
9 4
38: 03
ED RIPPSTEIN
5 3 5
38:06
NOEL LAZARUS
6
11 38: 07
JEFF GROHAN
I 9
3 8 : 1 2
JULIAN ROSSELL
4 52
38: 12
JOHN RICE
4 53
38: 13
TINA HOHL
11
6 3 8 : 1 4
SI8RUN DENNY
9
5 38: 17
NEIL CORDAY
5
36 38:20
ROBERT LIPPHAN
5 3 7
38:24
ELLEN DENNY
9 6 38:28
PHILIP O'REILLY
4
54 38: 34
ED KINCKLE
5 38
38:35
JOHN GORMAN
4 55
38:37
JOHN MAURO
4 56
3 8 : 4 0
CARMEN MALFITANO
4 57 3 8 : 5 3
WILLIAM BYRNES JR.
I 10 39:53
DENISE BEACHAM
10 5
38:54
JANE CAHN
12 3
39:04
MARK ZULIANI
1 11
39:06
PHIL CALLAHAN
4
58 39:08
PATRICK GORMAN
4 5 9
39:23
PIERRE FABIMSKI
5 39 3 9 : 3 2
GERRY MOSS
3 39
39: 34
ROBERT DAVIES
5
40
39: 36
NANCY BIFANO
11
7 3 9 : 3 7
RICH LUSARDI
3 4 0
3 9 : 3 9
EDWARD POWERS
4 6 0 3 9 : 4 3
LESLIE MERAHN 11
8 39:45
BETSY FEUER
11 9 39: 47
FRANK PATTERSON
6 12 39:56
GERARD BLAKE
3 41 40:10
KURT PELACCIO
3 42
40:18
RALPH NANGANIELLO 3
43 40:17
STEPHEN BOLIN 3 44
40:19
ROY RICH
4 61 40:21
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TI ME
PAT FEIDHANN
10 6 4 0 : 2 9
TRICIA COLE 9 7 40: 34
REED CRONE
6 13 40: 42
HALT SULLIVAN
4 62 4 0 : 4 3
MARK CURTIS
4 63
40: 44
CATHY HYCHUNAS 11
10 40: 45
THOMAS ROTHWELL 5
41 40: 47
FRANK SCHMIDT
5 42 40: 47
JAMES CASELLA 3 45 40:50
AMEDEO FERRUCCIO 3 46
41: 02
TAFFY GEBHARDT
11 11 41:03
JOAN HAYES 12 4 41: 08
PAUL FUCITO
4
64 41:00
ROBERT ELLIS
4 65 41: 09
ALLAN J. SCHILKRANT
2
21 41: 14
DAN ROEHRIS
3
47 41: 18
HERBERT CHERTOCK 5
43 41:18
RICHIE FON
2 22 41: 23
KEVIN HELD
1 12
4 1 : 3 9
DEBBIE BOUSEL
10 7
4 1 : 4 3
STEVEN PELTZ
4 66 4 1 : 4 4
JOHN SULLIVAN
5 44 41: 52
MAY CHDU
12
5 41: 54
MIKE RYAN
4 67
41: 58
CHRISTINE SMITH
8
3 42: 00
BRYNA GREENSPAN
10 8 42: 05
HARY BARRETT
n 12 42: 09
PATTI CHRISTOPHER
11
13 42:25
JUDY BUCHANDN
11 14 4 2 : 2 6
MIKE CARGIULO
5 4 5 42: 27
JEAN FAULKNER
9 8
4 2 : 4 5
DONNA COLALUCA
9
9 4 2 : 4 8
ROBERT OETTMER
7
0
4 43: 23
PATRICK GREER
5 46 43: 25
EDMUND TASLIAMONTE
6 14
4 3 : 2 9
WALTER WATSON
6 15 43: 33
GERALD SHEA
4 68 4 3 : 3 4
JOE KELLER
7 3 4 3 : 3 4
JOHN GEORGE
4 69 43: 35
WAYNE KELLY 4
70 44: 02
MICHAEL COZZA
4 71 44: 10
THERESA PENNINGTON
12 6 4 4 : 1 0
LOUIS COX
4 72 44: 25
WILLIAM WEBSTER
4 73 44:35
TALLY BLUMBERG
8 4 44:38
RUSSELL LACOSTE
4 74 44: 44
MICHAEL D'AGOSTINO
1 13
44: 45
BRENDAN SMITH
5 47 44:47
MICHAEL BLANK
3 4 8 45:03
COLLEEN SHAY 10
9 45: 20
GIL ERSKINE
7 4 45: 35
WILLIAM STENGLE
3 4 9 35: 37
ROBERT TAUBER
4 7 5 45: 46
EDWARD BLANK 5
4 8 45:49
SEAN BENNETT
I 14 4 6 : 0 6
MATTHEWS POWERS
I
15 46:22
HARY GREGORY
12
7 4 6 : 3 3
JOSEPH TAKACS
5 4 9 46:34
PAUL LITTLETON
2
2 3 46: 35
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WILLIAM BYRNES SR.
4 7 6 46:55
275 SIGMUND TOBACK
4 7 7 46: 56
276 MICHAEL SANCHEZ
1 16 47: 10
277 GARY PIPPA 3 5 0
47: 43
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ANDREW POWERS 8
5 4 7 : 4 6
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BARRY SCHAFFER 4 78 4 8 : 3 2
281 JONATHAN KOZAK
1 17 48: 46
282 PEGGY CARGIULO
11 15 49: 15
283 PERRI SMITH
12 8 49:51
284 JILL WQLK 9 10
51: 41
285 CLARK DARLING
5 50 52:23
286 JANE GOLDBERG
11 16 52:41
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288 JOAN PALATTO
11 17 53:08
289 GRACE TAGLIAMONTE
13 1 54:45
290 CLAIRE DE MEG
11 18 55: 00
291 MIKE BYRNES
12 9 55:20
Bi t s and Pi eces. . .
J o e S a n c h e z a n d s o n M i k e b e a t O w e n
McCr udden and hi s par t ner soundl y i n
t h e Ka t e r s k i l l Sp r i n g Ru s h . Mi k e , wh o
h u r r i e d l y l e a r n e d t o s k i a f t e r J o e ' s
p a r t n e r o f l a s t y e a r wa s s c r a t c h e d wi t h
onl y a mont h bef or e t he c ompet i t i on,
s p o t t e d t h e e l d s e v e r a l m i n u t e s a n d
c a m e o n w i t h o n e o f t h e f a s t e s t b i k e
t i me s o f t h e d a y. No t t o b e o u t d o n e ,
Joe t ur ned i n one of t he t op 3 canoe
portages (1^ mi l es) of the day. Joe
and Mi k e pl ac ed 28t h i n a el d of 265
t eams, i ncl udi ng 30 f r om West Poi nt .
I n t h e c o n t i n u i n g s a g a o f " I c a n ' t g e t
no r espect " and Gi mme a br eak, Car mel l o
R o l d a n c a m e w i t h i n 5 s e c o n d s o f t h i r d
p l a c e i n t h e St . Pa t r i c k s Da y r a c e .
The f ol l owi ng week Car mel l o went f or an
ei ght mi l e r un at FDR Par k and t hen
j u mp e d i n t h e We s t c h e s t e r D i e t A s s o c .
r a c e ; y o u g u e s s e d i t .
Tommy Neeson has TRRC T- Shi r t s f or sal e.
C a l l h i m a t 2 4 5 - 3 5 9 8 o r c a t c h h i m a t
t h e n e x t c l u b r a c e . H e a l s o h a s T R R C
k e y c h a i n s f o r s a l e .
S y b i l , c o n t i n u e d .
that the high percentage of runners completing ultras reects not the degree of
difculty so much as the h^avy experience, not to say, age and the general daft
ness of the handful who try such events.
Actually I think most ultra runners run all distances and are only unusual in
havi ng di scover ed t he speci al sat i sf act i ons of ul t r a event s.
There is a satisfaction to be got from going further but the chief attraction of
the ultra lies in the different kind of challenge it represents. It requires a
differeent approach to shorter races, including the marathon.
Th e ma i n t h i n g i s t h a t t h e u l t r a i s mu c h s l o we r .
Ultras are endurance tests, rather than speed tests. It is signicant that the
U.S.A. s fastest man at 10,000 metres on the track, and the second fastest at
5,000 metres, Alberto Salazar, is also the world record holder for the marathon.
The marathon is a speed contest. Salazar's pace in his world record marcthon was
4:54 per mile -only 10 per cent slower than the pace of his American record 10,000
metres on the track. Even at much lower levels of ability one nds the same 10
per cent difference between one person's best lOK and marathon pace. That's why
that marathon is a very demanding race. To run to your potential you must main
tain a pace only 10 per cent slower than your best lOK time over four times the
distance. For most of us this is very hard since it means going uncomfortably
fast from the start and trying to hold that pace.
That's why you should consider the ultra. Even the very best ultra men go much
slower than the best marathoners. The World and U.S. best for 50 miles on the
roads is Barney Klecker's 4:51:25. That's a mile pace of 5:50, a pace 19 per cent
slower than Salazar's record marathon pace. At distances beyond the marathon the
average pace falls off sharply. Its hardly surpirsing really since the body can
only store a strictly nite quantity of readily-convertible energy and there are
practical limitations to the number of training miles.
The ultra runner learns to maintain his effort over great distances (and time)
by carefully husbanding his strength and going slower.
There are several techniques for doing this according to the gurus of ultra
running. It is most comforting to know that walking -at planned intervals- is
considered perfectly okay -in fact is recommended for all but the elite class at
di st ances beyond l OOK.
You may have noticed that in this discussion I've mentioned the ultra mainly in
terms of 50 miles and up. Fifty miles races are easily the most popular ultras.
The 50K is comparatively rare. We are lucky to have one of the best ( a Met TAG
Championship) in our own back yard. Don't think that because Sybil is 31,1 miles
it isn't a real ultra. This is the course of which U.S.A.'s 24 hour recordholder,
Cahit Yeter, said "I've run races in 22 countries and this is the most difcult
c o u r s e I ' v e e v e r r u n . "
Running Sybil is a matter of control rather than speed. That makes it different
-not tougher- than shorter races. Flan your pace conservatively. You might even
try Walt Stack s approach: start slow and taper off. Or try a pace 19 percent
slower than your marathon standard. Start at a comfortable pace and continue that
way. Thi s an event t o savor. No hassl e and crush at t he st art . You won' t have
to tear along worrying about every second or every pitstop. After all, short stops
will help conserve your energy. And you will coast through some pretty scenery as
the countryside commences its Spring ourishes. Moving smoothly you listen to
your body. You plan your effort. At the marathon point you're still in control
and feeling strong. Now for a nal push on the last mostly downhill 4.9 miles.
of Sybil? No way. Control your pace and cruise to a happy rst ultra.
Submi t t ed by D. F.
( 8)
A s t h e y s a y
I n t he Uni t ed Way
We' r e on our way. . .
And s o ar e we, Tac oni c Runni ng Li f e, t hat i s .
T h i s i s s u e m a r k s a f e w m i l e s t o n e s w i t h o u r
c l u b n e w s l e t t e r ; m o d e s t t o b e s u r e b u t a b e
gi nni ng none t he l es s .
F o r o p e n e r s , t h i s i s t h e t h i r d c o n s e c u t i v e
mo n t h l y i s s u e ; we h o p e t h i s wi l l e s t a b l i s h
t h e c o n t i n u i t y n e e d e d t o b e i n f o r ma t i v e a n d
addr ess t he needs of our member shi p and t he
r unni ng c ommuni t y i n gener al .
Th i s i s a l s o t h e l a r g e s t n e ws l e t t e r we h a v e
p u b l i s h e d . A l t h o u g h s i z e i s n o t n e c e s s a r i l y
a meas ur e of qual i t y, nor mean t hat what l i es
b e t we e n t h e c o v e r s i s n o t e wo r t h y ; t h i s l a r g e r
e d i t i o n d o e s s u g g e s t t h e p o t e n t i a l f o r s u b j e c t s
and i s s ues of i mpor t anc e t o y ou.
Whi ch br i ngs us t o anot her i mpor t ant happeni ng.
H a r r y N e e s o n , a s y o u k n o w, a l w a y s c o n t r i b u t e s
we l l wr i t t e n a r t i c l e s c o v e r i n g a wi d e r a n g e o f
s u b j e c t s . Wi t h t h i s i s s u e t h r e e mo r e c o n t r i b
ut or s hav e s t epped f or war d wi t h s ome ex c el l ent
p i e c e s .
Judy Pi cker t has wr i t t en what we expect t o be
a c ont i nui ng c ol umn on women' s r unni ng. As
one of t he mor e exper i enced r unner s i n t he cl ub
J udy br i ngs not onl y t he v al ue of y ear s of
t r a i n i n g b u t a l s o , t h e a d d e d p e r s p e c t i v e o f
b e i n g a l e a d i n g g i r l s c r o s s c o u n t r y c o a c h .
Judy' s coaching experiences extend back to 1975
when t he New Yor k St at e Gi r l s Cr oss Count r y
Pr ogr am was i n i t s i nf anc y. Women l i k e J udy
Pi c k e r t l a i d t h e g r o u n d wo r k wh i c h l e d t o
par i t y, somet hi ng whi ch i s now accept ed and
t ak en f or gr ant ed. We wel c ome J udy ' s c on
t r i b u t i o n a n d f e e l h e r c o l u m n w i l l l e a d t o a n
i nteresti ng exchange on women' s runni ng.
Ve r s a t i l e Me l a n i e Mu l v i h i l l ( s h e r u n s , s h e
t y pes , s he wr i t es , s he or gani z es ) has t ak en
t h e p l u n g e wi t h a n e a r t i c l e o n t h e t r i p
t o Al bany f or t he Chopper t hon 30K on Mar ch 20.
We h o p e Me l a n i e ' s a r t i c l e wi l l i n s p i r e o t h e r s
t o s h a r e t h e i r e x p e r i e n c e s wi t h u s .
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t o n . T h e a r t i c l e i s w e l l r e s e a r c h e d a n d s h o w s
t h e ma r k o f e x p e r i e n c e . Ch o o s i n g t o r e ma i n
annonj mi ous, D. F. i s no st r anger t o Sybi l com-
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( 9)
Women Why Race ?
by
J u d y Pi c k e r t
On May 8t h, Movi ng Comf or t , a company st ar t ed by women, r un by women, f or
women i s s pons or i ng a 3. 1 mi l e r ac e f or women. I t i s a bar gi n by any s t andar ds .
A $ 3 . 0 0 p r e - e n t r y f e e t o h a v e t h e o p p o r t u n i t y t o t e s t o n e s e l f a n d s h a r e i n t h e
comradere wi th other femal es and recei ve a $12.00 pai r of nyl on runni ng shorts.
I n addi t i on, al l age gr oup awar ds ar e mer c handi s e.
If we don' t have a good turnout for thi s event. Movi ng Comfort wi l l no l onger
s p o n s o r a r a c e i n o u r a r e a ; a n d a l l o f u s wi l l h a v e l o s t a n o p p o r t u n i t y. We
need you to support >j omen' s events so that we can j usti fy thei r exi stence and
c o n t i n u a n c e !
I n p a r t t h a t i s t h e me r c e n a r y s i d e ; b u t r e a l l y, wh y r a c e ? Wh a t d o e s i t me a n
t o so many of you and why do so many women r un but not r ace? The gr eat maj or i t y
o f " r a c e r s " i n o u r a r e a a r e m e n .
F i r s t l e t u s s e p a r a t e r u n n i n g a n d r a c i n g . Ru n n i n g i n i t s e l f i s v a l u a b l e .
Ther e has been s o muc h publ i c i t y about t nes s and r unni ng t hat mos t of us ar e
a wa r e o f t h e h e a l t h b e n e t s , t h e r e d u c t i o n o f s t r e s s , t h e we i g h t l o s s , t h e i n
c r e a s e i n e n e r g y, t h e s e l f d i s c i p l i n e , t h e e l e v a t e d s e l f e s t e e m, e t c . So , wh y
r a c e ?
A t t h e r i s k o f b e i n g b o l d , l e t me e x p l o r e wi t h y o u s o me o f t h e r e a s o n s I
t h i n k wo me n c a n e x t e n d t h e a b o v e b e n e t s b y j o i n i n g i n a r a c e o r r a c e s . Pl e a s e
b e a r wi t h me a s I t r y t o c o n g e a l f r a g me n t o f t h o u g h t , f e e l i n g a n d e x p e r i e n c e ,
some of which have been with me for several years. I am not a writer; I' m a
r unner , c oac h and phy s i c al educ at or .
Many of us, as opposed t o our mal e count er par t s, have not had much exper i ence
wi t h c o mp e t i t i o n , o f e x t e n d i n g o n e s e l f p h y s i c a l l y. I t h i n k t h a t ma n y o f u s e n
t e r t a i n p r e s s u r e s o f h a v i n g t o b e " f a s t , " o f h a v i n g t o b e a t s o me o n e , o r f e e l i n g
we hav e t o l i v e up t o s omeone el s es ex pec t at i ons . Or , how about c omi ng i n l as t ?
We f o r g e t t h a t l a b e l s s u c h a s n e r v o u s , f a s t , s l o w a n d l a s t a r e r e l a t i v e a n d
need t o be s t omped out and r epl ac ed wi t h bet t er l abel s s uc h as ex c i t ement , par
t i c i p a t e , e x t e n d my s e l f , i mp r o v e my t i me a n d n i s h t h e d i s t a n c e .
Woul d y ou be wi l l i ng t o gi v e i t a t r y - t r us t me- and j oi n me on May 8t h wi t h
y o u r d a u g h t e r , o r mo t h e r , o r a u n t , o r s i s t e r , o r f r i e n d . We ' l l b e o n t h e l i n e
t o g e t h e r - o u r s t a r t i n g l i n e a n d y o u r s t a r t i n g l i n e . We ' l l b e p a r t o f a g r o u p
to promote women' s events and women' s tness. Let' s do i t through exampl e and
n u m b e r s .
This issue also marks the beginning of what we hope will be a revenue producing
s egment of t he news l et t er , adv er t i s i ng. Al t hough we hav e had one ot her adv er
ti sement (Dermashi el d i n our February i ssue), Northeast Heal th and Fi tness Cen
t er i s t he rst one wi t hout benet f o put t i ng t he bi t e on one of our members.
An i ssue t hi s si ze cost s over $300 t o produce, wi t h t he pri nt i ng account i ng f or
most of it. You can see that advertising is important in defraying the costs
o f p u b l i c a t i o n a n d d i s t r i b u t i o n .
What we are at t empt i ng i s a bal anci ng act . Upgradi ng t he newsl et t er and get t i ng
i t o u t mo n t h l y c o s t s t h e c l u b mo r e . T h e c o s t s wi l l b e o f f s e t i f we i n c r e a s e
membership and thereby encourage more participation from both sponsors and mem
b e r s . S u c c e s s b r e e d s s u c c e s s o r i s i t , e x c e s s b r e e d s e x c e s s .
Whichever, we're on our way!
( 10)
TRRC Meeting Notes
TRRC MINUTES OF MARCH 14, 1983 MEETING
Fi nanci al Repor t : The cl ub i s pr esent l y i n
good nanci al shape. Kangaroo race and up
coming Dannon race on July 2 should keep the
cl ub heal thy through the summer at l east.
Newsl et t er ; Deadl i ne of Mar ch 25 was not ed.
Contributions are urged to keep the news
l et t er r es pons i v e t o t he member ' s needs .
Membershi p; Total membershi p at thi s ti me i s
st i l l at appr i xi mat el y 430. The cl ub now has
a c o mp u t e r i z e d ma i l i n g l i s t c r o s s i n d e x e d
with expiration date. Some 150 memberships
wi l l be dropped unl ess renewal s are recei ved
by t he end of t he mont h.
Kangar oo Race: The cl ub r ecei ved $1500 f r om
the company plus we kept the entry fees.
We had 300 entrants, l ess than l ast year' s
350 whi ch f eat ur ed a 2 and 9. 3 mi l e. I t was
deci ded that for speci al events such as Kan
garoo we would have a supplemental mailing to
non club members. Such a mailing would make
us mor e r esponsi ve t o a sponsor ' s needs and
g e n e r a t e m o r e i n c o m e f o r t h e c l u b
IRS Audit: The RRCA National body had been
audi t ed by t he I RS. Sel ect ed chapt ers are
also being audited; TRRC is one of them.
A s o u r n a n c i a l r e c o r d s a r e i n o r d e r t h e r e
is no cause for alarm. However we all pro
mi sed t o vi si t Dan Caf f r ey i n pr i son i f al l
does not go wel l .
Di gi tal Cl ock Purchase: The cl ock, purchased
by Dr. Phil Maffetone, has been ordered and
i s ex pec t ed t o mak e i t s debut at t he St .
Pat r i cks Day Races on Mar ch 20.
IBM Grant; Jerry Taub reported that no grants
ar e bei ng gi ven t o at hl et i c or gani zat i ons
e x c e p t t h o s e i n v o l v e d s o l e l y wi t h c h i l d r e n .
The grant request i s bei ng dropped for the
t i me b e i n g .
St. Patrick's Day Races: Harry Neeson expects
a large turn out if the weather is good.
Sy b i l L u d i n g t o n 5 0 K, Ap r i l 3 0 : Vo l u n t e e r s
a r e n e e d e d .
Moving Comfort, May 8: Entry blanks are being
pr i nt ed and ex pec t ed i n t i me f or Mar 20 r ac e.
Two Person Relay: Date has been changed to
Ma y 1 . S t a r t i n g p o i n t i s s t i l l u n d e c i d e d .
C h e c k t h e n e w s l e t t e r . F i n i s h i s t h e L a n t e r n
Pub, Mahopac.
Te a m R o a d R e l a y , Ma y 2 2 ; T h i s i s a n e w e v e n t
f o r t h e c l u b . T h e e v e n t w i l l c o n s i s t o f 8
person t eams; l i mi t i s set at t went y t eams.
The race wi l l st art i n New York Ci t y i n f ront
of t he NYRRC headquar t er s and ni sh at t he
Lant er n Pub wher e a banquet wi l l be hel d.
; Se e d e t a i l s i n t h e Ap r i l e d i t i o n o f t h e
newsl et t er. ) The ori gi nal concept was t o have
open t eams onl y; t hat means no mast er s or
women s c or i ng. Ther e was ex c ept i on t ak en t o
t h e p o s s i b l e e x c l u s i o n o f a wo me n ' s d i v i s i o n .
Although women are allowed to compete they
must compet e on an equal basi s as t he men.
N. Y. S X- C H. S. Champi onshi p; The cl ub wi l l
t ake a f ul l page ad i n t he of ci al program
f o r t h e i s e v e n t a t a c o s t o f $ 1 0 0 .
Yorktown Track: Please don' t wear spikes and
r un i n t he second l ane whenever possi bl e.
Summer Runs; We have mede requests to use
the Yorktown track and Downing Park on Wed
n e s d a y e v e n i n g s . Se v e r a l o t h e r e v e n t s a r e
planned for Wednesdays during the summer;
d e t a i l s w i l l b e a n n o u n c e d s o o n .
Body Composi t i on Test i ng; Fat anal ysi s by
t he under wat er wei ghi ng met hod wi l l be done
a t Dr . P h i l l i p Ma f f e t o n e ' s o f c e o n Ma r c h
2 5 . Th e c o s t i s $ 1 5 . 0 0 e a c h .
H i l l R u n s ; P o s s i b l e s i t e s i n c l u d e W h i t e H i l l
i n Yor kt own, Sedgewood Cl ub i n Kent and Per
k i n s D r i v e o n B e a r M o u n t a i n . S c h e d u l e s a r e
f o r t h c o mi n g .
Tr a c k Of c i a l s : J u d y Pi c k e r t a n n o u n c e d t h a t
Dut chess Count y Goaches and Of ci al s ar e
i n n e e d o f q u a l i e d o f c i a l s . T h o s e i n
terested i n Teari ng more about a part ti me
c a r e e r i n H. S . o f c i a t i n g c o n t a c t J u d y.
Coed Aerobics: Classes are being formed at
Sycamor e Par k i n Mahopac. Lor i Jor gensen
i s d i r e c t i n g t h e c l a s s e s ; c o s t i s $ 1 . 0 0 e
e a c h c l a s s .
Su b mi t t e d b y Me l a n i e Mu l v i h i l l
( e d i t e d )
MEETING NOTICE: APRIL 11, 8:00
LANTERN PUB, ROUTE 6, MAHOPAC
Cl u b No t e s
TRACK ETIQUETTE
The following pointers are reprinted from the Clifton Track Club
January, 1983 issue of their Newsletter. As many of you are either
beginning track work outs for the rst time or starting your annual
Spring interval training after a winter lay off, the following guidelines,
if followed will ma'-.e your training safer and more enjoyable as i^"
doing intervals can be called enjoyable under the best conditions.
1. When there are many persons running on a track at the same time but over
different distances and at different paces, things can get crowded. To
avoid congestion, the universal custom among track runners is to allow the
persons actually working out to use the inside lanes. Jogging and walking
should be done to the outside, away from the curb at least two or three
lanes. NO WALKING IN THE INSIDE LANES.
2. Faster runners overtaking slower runners (or runners who are forget
fully walking in the inside lanes) use the word "TRACK!" to indicate that
a faster runner is approaching from behind. Track etiquette demands that
a walking or jogging runner in the inside two lanes get out of the way im
mediately by either stepping off the track to the inside or by moving out
to lane three. If you are actually running fast (for you) and faster run
ners approach from the rear and call "TRACK", the polite thing to do is
step off or movebut not to interfere with your own workout.
Sometimes a small knot of runners moving at a 6:00/mile pace will be
overtaken by faster runners running 4A0s (h mile). The slower runners
should not continue to block the entire track; but need not give the entire
track in the middle of a part of their workout. Especially in the straight
aways, the polite thing to do is move out onto the line between lanes 1
and 2 and allow the faster runners to slip through on the inside.
3. The shortest way around the track is to the inside. One lap around
a 440 yard track in lane 2 takes 8 more yards than lane 1. If you are ru
running a series of repeats or laps with others, take turns using the
i n s i d e l a n e .
4. When you end a repeated distance you are tired; but remember that other
runners may be coming up right behind you. As you reach your nish point
look back and then move out to lane 3 to walk, jog and recover.
5. Avoid accidents. Always look for runner trafc before you cross the
t r a c k .
Mi ke Boyl an
Cl i f t o n Pa r k Tr a c k Cl u b
HAS YOUR MEMBERSHI P EXPI RED
C H E C K Y O U R L A B E L
1 2
S t . P a t r i c k s c o n t i n u e d
T h e L u c k 0 ' T h e I r i s h
came t hrough when t he sun
b r o k e b e t w e e n t w o h o r r e n
dous days. Then maybe it
was good pl anni ng on t he
p a r t o f o u r S c o t t i s h r a c e
di r ect or who gog i n an un
schedul ed speed wor kout .
A s t h e t w o m i l e f u n r u n
n e a r e d c o n c l u s i o n t h e c o m -
mer at i v e r i bbons s uddenl y
c a m e t o m i n d . W h o o s h .
W h o o s h . A m i n i a t u r e A l a n
We l l s h e w a s n ' t . S e v e n
r u n n e r s c r o s s e d t h e l i n e
s a n s r i b b o n .
We l l , t h a t ' s s e v e n l e s s
we have to buy next year.
by
Har r y Neeson
T H I S S PA C E F OR R E N T
C A L L 6 2 8 - 1 8 7 9
St . Pat r i ck' s Day R o a d R a c e - R e s u l t s
M a r c h 2 0
, 1983
6 . 2
M i l e s F. D
. R . P a r k
1 Rober t Vogel 2 3
Poughquag
3 2 : 3 5
2 Mi ke Doyl e 2 9
Mohegan Lake
3 4 : 3 2
3 J o h n Sp i t t a l
1 7 Put nam Val l ey
3 5 : 0 1
4
G a r y S t r u v e
3 8
Crompond
3 5 : 5 4
5 J i m Kel l y Smi t h 1 7 P o r t E w a n
3 6 : 0 8
6 John Spanos 2 8 B r e w s t e r 3 6 : 2 1
7 W i l l i a m C h a w n e r
3 5 P i n e B u s h 3 6 : 2 8
8 H o w a r d B a s h a n t 3 8
Mahopac
3 6 : 3 4
9 F r a n k O ' R o u r k e 2 2 Yor kt own Hei ght s
3 6 : 3 6
1 0
T i m S t u r m e r
2 9 Y o r k t o w n
3 6 : 4 4
1 1 R o b e r t M a r s h a l l
3 6
W. Reddi ng, Ct .
3 6 : 5 4
1 2 D i c k C a l v i n 3 1 A r m o n k
3 6 : 5 7
1 3 D a v i d Yo c k e l s o n
1 8 Y o n k e r s
3 7 : 0 6
1 4 F r a n k R o t h w e l l
1 8 W e s t c h e s t e r
3 7 : 0 9
1 5 Br i an Cal l aghan
1 8 C a r m e l
3 7 : 2 7
1 6 Ge o f f Ha r r i n g t o n 4 3
R i d g e e l d , C t .
3 7 : 3 0
1 7
D a v i d We b b 3 2
Wappi nger s Fal l s
3 7 : 4 7
1 8 J e f f S i n g e r
2 2 Y o r k t o w n
3 8 : 1 8
1 9 Mar c Wagner
2 3
B y r a m, C t .
3 8 : 3 8
2 0 P e t e r G r a n i c k 2 5
Yor kt own Hei ght s 3 8 : 3 8
2 1 Da v i d L i g h t
2 5 B r i a r c l i f f M a n o r
3 9 : 2 7
2 2 J o h n A n s e l l
4 7 Y o r k t o w n
3 9 : 3 3
2 3 N i c k J u b o k 2 6
W h i t e P l a i n s
3 9 : 4 6
2 4 M i c h a e l G r a n t
2 9 P e e k s k i l l
3 9 : 4 8
2 5 Char l es Spr auer
4 6 B r e w s t e r
3 9 : 5 0
2 6 L u i s P i r i z
1 5
Ve r p l a n k
3 9 : 5 3
2 7 C a r m e l l o R o l d a n 4 0
P e e k s k i l l
3 9 : 5 5
2 8
Dan Caf f r ey 4 5
Mahopac
4 0 : 0 6
2 9 B a r t L i n e h a n
3 0
Mohegan Lake
4 0 : 1 4
3 0 D a n F r a n c e
3 0
4 0 : 1 5
3 1
B i l l y K e l l n e r
3 1
C r o t o n O n H u d s o n
4 0 : 1 6
3 2 S t e v e n N i e h o u s e
3 0
Os s i ni ng
4 0 : 2 3
3 3 K e n n e t h S h a n a n a
4 0 : 3 3
3 4
Wayne McElue
3 2
Danbur y, Ct .
4 0 : 4 0
3 5 T. D i a z 3 0
Mahopac
4 0 : 4 5
3 6 M i k e G o s s e t
2 3
P l e a s a n t v i l l e
4 0 : 4 5
3 7 L i s a V a i l
1 9 P i n e P l a i n s
4 0 : 4 6
3 8 Te r e s a V a i l
2 0 P i n e P l a i n s
4 0 : 4 6
3 9 Br i a n As h l e y
4 4 S o u t h S a l e m
4 0 : 4 7
4 0 E d w a r d D i l l o n 3 6
C a r m e l
4 0 : 5 0
4 1 To m Wa l s h
4 1
B r e w s t e r
4 0 : 5 6
4 2 J o e A l b a n e s e
5 1
Chappaqua
4 0 : 5 8
4 3 Bob Rogan
6 1 S h r u b O a k
4 0 : 5 9
4 4 St eve Spr eha
1 6
Y o r k t o w n
4 1 : 0 2
4 5 Al an Kennedy
3 5 Y o r k t o w n
4 1 : 1 4
4 6
Ski p Pear l man
2 7 C a r m e l
4 1 : 1 9
4 7 U n o f c i a l r u n n e r
4 1 : 2 2
4 8 S t e v e A g r o n i c k
3 7 Put nam Val l ey
4 1 : 2 6
4 9 J o h n M c M a h o n
3 7
E a s t c h e s t e r
4 1 : 2 8
5 0
Ra y Gr e g o r y
5 5
S o u t h S a l e m
4 1 : 2 9
5 1
5 2
5 3
5 4
5 5
5 6
5 7
5 8
5 9
6 0
6 1
6 2
6 3
6 4
6 5
6 6
6 7
6 8
6 9
7 0
7 1
7 2
7 3
7 4
7 5
7 6
7 7
7 8
7 9
8 0
8 1
8 2
8 3
8 4
8 5
8 6
8 7
8 8
8 9
9 0
9 1
9 2
9 3
9 4
9 5
9 6
9 7
9 8
9 9
1 0 0
St . Pa t r i c k ' s Re s u l t s , c o n t i n u e d .
Char l i e Fur phy
1 6
4 1 : 3 1
Ti m Bi shop
4 4 B e t h e l , C t .
4 1 : 3 8
M i k e H a m i l t o n
4 5
Mahopac
4 1 : 5 9
A l a n M u r m e r 2 9
Y o r k t o w n
4 2 : 0 4
H e r b S i l a n d e r
5 7
R i d g e e l d , C t .
4 2 : 1 4
Ma r i l y n Ma r s h a l l
3 5
W. Reddi ng, Ct .
4 2 : 1 9
W i l l i a m M a t h e r
4 7
Hopewel l J unc t i on
4 2 : 2 0
J a m e s C r o o k s t o n
3 3 P e e k s k i l l
4 2 : 2 3
V i c t o r C h a s e
4 0
Y o r k t o w n
4 2 : 3 6
R o b e r t G l a d m a n
2 7
P e e k s k i l l
4 2 : 5 2
J o e H a n d e l m a n
5 2
N e w R o c h e l l e
4 2 : 5 4
L e w i s L i e b e r m a n
2 8 N e w Yo r k C i t y
4 3 : 0 9
J i m O ' N e i l l
4 2 S h r u b O a k
4 3 : 2 2
K e i t h C o n k l i n
3 3
P e e k s k i l l
4 3 : 2 9
S t e v e K o z a k
3 5
Mahopac
4 3 : 3 0
S t u a r t K l o d s
3 3
We s t p o r t , Ct .
4 3 : 3 8
S t e v e C o o k
3 3
Os s i n i n g
4 3 : 5 4
P e t e r M c C u s k e r
4 3
Yor kt own Hei ght s
4 4 : 0 7
J . P. M c D e r m o t t
3 5
Y o r k t o w n
4 4 : 0 9
C . R . A t t a n a s i o
4 6
P e e k s k i l l
4 4 : 1 0
Mi k e Ro g e r s
4 7
P e e k s k i l l
4 4 : 2 7
P e t e r M e i s l e r
3 9 Col d Spr i ng
4 4 : 2 9
D a n S h e a
4 8 P e e k s k i l l
4 4 : 3 2
Di a n a Ca p e l l i n i
1 6
4 4 : 4 1
P i e r c e B r e n n a n
5 7
P e e k s k i l l
4 4 : 4 3
F r a n k D o l e n
5 7
Ri dge el d
4 4 : 5 0
D i c k D e F r a n c e s
5 0
S o u t h S a l e m
4 5 : 1 8
W. Thompson
3 7
Put nam Val l ey
4 5 : 2 4
Donal d McCoskey
4 0
P e e k s k i l l
4 5 : 5 8
J i m Mo l o n e y
2 3 M i d H u d s o n R R C
4 6 : 1 9
J ? ? B ? ?
3 5 S h r u b O a k
4 6 : 2 1
S t e v e n R o s e
3 4 S h r u b O a k
4 6 : 3 8
To m L e o n a r d
2 5
D a r i e n
4 6 ; 5 5
P a u l Wa r r e n
3 2
Chappaqua
4 6 : 5 5
V i n c e n t C l a r k i n
5 3 P e e k s k i l l
4 6 : 5 7
Ka t h y Ne t t e r
1 5
Yor kt own Hei ght s
4 7 : 0 1
P e t e H a m i l t o n
4 4
R i d g e e l d , C t .
4 7 : 0 5
R o b e r t T r a v i s
3 9
P e e k s k i l l
4 7 : 0 9
T i n a H o h l
3 4 B r o o k e l d , C t .
4 7 : 3 3
M i k e G r a n i c k
5 1
Yor k t own Hei ght s
4 7 : 3 3
T h o m a s G o r m a n
1 5
Mahopac
4 7 : 4 7
J o h n G o r m a n
3 8 Mahopac
4 7 : 5 2
B i l l T i n s l e y
3 1
O s s i n i n g
4 7 : 5 4
J a c k M c M a h o n
1 3
Pound Ri dge
4 7 : 5 6
Bo b L i p p ma n
4 2
L i n c o l n d a l e
4 8 : 0 3
G e r a r d B l a k e
2 2
Y o r k t o w n
4 8 : 0 5
J ohn Sc agl i a
3 6
C a r m e l
4 8 : 3 3
R o b e r t C a n a v a n
2 7 Y o r k t o w n
4 8 : 4 6
Wendy Shi l e
4 9
P e e k s k i l l
4 8 : 4 9
T. A . G e z o
2 9
Mohegan Lake
4 8 : 5 0
( cont i nued on page
15)
1 4
Schedule
D a t e
D a y
T i m e
D i s t
4/ 10 S u n 1 0 : 0 0 a 1 5 K
4 / 1 0 S u n
l : 0 0 p
l O K
4/ 11
M o n
8: 00p
4 / 1 8 M o n N o o n
2 6 . 2 r a
4/ 24 S u n 1 1 : 0 0 a 4 m
4 / 3 0
S a t
8 : 0 0 a 5 0 K
5 / 1
S u n
1 1 : 0 0 a l O K
5 / 8 S u n
9 : 3 0 a 5 K
5 / 1 4 S a t 1 0 : 0 0 a
l O K
5 / 2 2
S u n
9 : 0 0 a 5 0 m
5/ 29
S u n
9 : 0 0 a
k y l m
6 / 1 W e d
6: 00p
5K/ 5K
6 / 5 S u n
9 : 0 0 a 5 m
6 / 1 2 S u n 1 0 : 0 0 a
1 3 . 1 m
6 / 1 5 Wed
6: 00p
I m
6 / 1 8 S a t
9 : 0 0 a
2 / 5 m
6 / 1 9 S u n
9: 00p
2 5 m
6 / 2 5 S a t
9 : 0 0 a l O K
6 / 2 9 Wed 6: OOp 2 m
7 / 2 S a t
9 : 0 0 a 8 m
7 / 1 3 We d
6; OOp ? ?
7/ 17 S u n
9 : 0 0 a l O K
7 / 2 3 S a t 9 : 0 0 a
2 / 7 m
7/ 27 We d 6: OOp ? ?
7 / 3 0 S a t
9 : 0 0 a l O K
8 / 7
S u n O o
3 / h
TRRC 1983 SPRING & SUMMER SCHEDULE REVISED (4/83)
E v e n t
S c a r s d a l e R u n
Hel en Hayes Hospi t al Run
TRRC Meeting
B o s t o n M a r a t h o n
YWCA Bl ue Cross/ Bl ue Shi el d Women' s
Sybil Ludington 50K Met TAG Champ.
TRRC Road Rel ay Team Tri al s
Movi ng Comf or t Mot her ' s Day 5000 Met er
Nor t h Count y News Mi ni Mar at hi n ( 5t h)
TRRC Manhattan to Mahopac Road Relay
TRRC Pent at hl on ( 6t h annual )
TRRC Mixed Couples Relay
L i n c o l n Ha l l 5 mi l e ( 6 t h a n n u a l )
We s t c h e s t e r H a l f M a r a t h o n
TRRC Mohansi c Mi r acl e Mi l e ( SSS / / I )
B a z a a r Ma l l L o v e R u n f o r M. D .
TRRC Two Person Relay
Newbur gh Di et Pepsi l OK
TRRC Doggy Dash (SSS //2)
L o c a t i o n
S c a r s d a l e H . S .
H a v e r s t r a w
Lant er n Pub, Mahopac
Hopk i ngt on/ Bos t on
m i l e W h i t e P l a i n s
C a r m e l
F DR P a r k , Yo r k t o wn
S U N Y P u r c h a s e
Y o r k t o w n
N. Y. C/ Mahopac
Mahopac
F DR P a r k , Yo r k t o wn
L i n c o l n d a l e
W h i t e P l a i n s
F DR P a r k , Yo r k t o wn
M t . K i s c o
??????/Mahopac
Newburgh
F DR P a r k , Yo r k t o wn
Dannon Father Mooney 8 Mile (12th annual) Mahopac
TRRC St range Summer Seri es #3 * FDR Park, Yorkt own
J a n P e e k l O K ( 5 t h a n n u a l ) P e e k s k i l l
Ti t i cus Reser voi r Races ( 7t h annual ) Pur dys
TRRC Strange Summer Seri es /M * FDR Park, Yorktown
V-8 Lake Mahopac l OK (6t h annual ) Mahopac
T RRC Ca r me l P a r k s B i a t h l o n
(TRRC Annual Picnic)
(6th annual) Sycamore Pk. Mahopac
//// Members only no charge
* Event t o be announced next mont h
Schedule is tentative. Runners are responsible for certifying time and place.
RACE IS NOT OFFICIAL UNTIL ENTRY BLANK IS ISSUES.
For all inquiries and entry blanks, please send stamped, self addressed, business
sized envelope to: TRRC, P.O. Box 99, Baldwin Place, N.Y. 10505
WORTH NOTI NG
Moving Comfort are women's only races Tappan Zee Podiatry race canceled
Strange Summer Series (SSS) races have post entry only TRRC Two Person Relay has
been changed to 6/19 from 5/22....TRRC Doggy Dash will have categories by dog size,
s e e Ma y Ne ws l e t t e r f o r d e t a i l s . . . .
MEETING NOTICE: APRIL 11, 8:00
LANTERN PUB, ROUTE 6, MAHOPAC
1 0 1
1 0 2
1 0 3
1 0 4
1 0 5
1 0 6
1 0 7
1 0 8
1 0 9
1 1 0
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1 1 2
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1 1 8
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1 2 0
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1 3 0
1 3 1
1 3 2
1 3 3
1 3 4
1 5
S t . P a t r i c k ' s R e s u l t s c o n t i n u e d .
P. F a b i n s k i 4 6 4 8 : 2 8
N o e l L a z a r u s
5 0 Put nam Val l ey
4 9 : 3 3
R . M a t t h e w s 4 8
P e e k s k i l l
4 9 : 3 4
Te r r i e St e r n b e r g 2 6
B e t h e l , C t .
4 9 : 4 1
E i l e e n D o l e n 2 3
R i d g e e l d , C t .
4 9 : 4 9
H e r b e r t C h e r t o c k
4 8
Ta r r y t o w n
5 0 : 1 1
R o b e r t A n d e r s o n 4 0 W h i t e P l a i n s
5 0 : 2 1
E d w a r d P o w e r s 3 9 B r e w s t e r
5 0 : 2 9
J o h n S u l l i v a n
4 1 P e e k s k i l l 5 1 : 0 7
T. R o t h w e l l
4 5 B r e w s t e r 5 1 : 1 2
K e v i n B r o w n 3 3 S o m e r s 5 1 : 2 9
K e n S i m b a l a
3 5 C a r m e l 5 1 : 3 2
S t e v e P e l t z
3 7
Mahopac
5 1 : 4 0
E d K i n c k l e 4 1 S h r u b O a k
5 1 : 4 4
P r i s c i l l a B a r r 4 4
Danbur y, Ct .
5 1 : 5 3
Mi ke Ryan
3 9
Ta r r y t o w n
5 1 : 5 5
To m H a n s e n
3 6 Put nam Val l ey 5 2 : 0 8
M i k e J e n s e n 4 8 P e e k s k i l l
5 2 : 2 5
Dan Roehr i g
2 7 Put nam Val l ey 5 2 : 3 2
R i c h a r d P e r i n o 3 4 Y o r k t o w n 5 2 : 5 5
Mi c hael By r ne 3 0 P l e a s a n t v i l l e
5 2 : 5 9
A n n D e l o r e r 4 1
5 3 : 0 2
F r a n k C e s t o n e 3 3
5 3 : 0 4
G l e n G a l i s h 1 3 5 3 : 3 2
J o e K e l l e r
6 4 N e w P a l t z 5 4 : 1 6
Judy Buchanan
3 9 A m a w a l k 5 4 : 3 0
Ed Tagl i amont e 5 0 P e e k s k i l l 5 4 : 4 7
Pa t t i Ch r i s t o p h e r 3 5 P e e k s k i l l 5 5 : 3 3
C a r o l D a v i s 2 1
P e e k s k i l l 5 5 : 3 6
Peggy Car gi ul o
3 8 Y o r k t o w n
5 5 : 5 1
Gr ace Tagl i amont e 5 0 P e e k s k i l l
5 6 : 1 9
Peg Mei sl er
3 6 Col d Spr i ng 5 6 : 2 0
G e r a l d S h e a 3 5
Chappaqua
5 8 : 5 5
Bea Purdy 5 1
C o r t l a n d t 6 1 : 4 3
F U N F I T N E S S A E R O B I C S Ta u g h t b y L o r i J o r g e n s e n . We l c o m e r u n n e r s .
A c l a s s g e a r e d t o t h e a t h l e t e . H e l p s u p p l e m e n t y o u r t r a i n i n g
p r o g r a m w i t h a n a d d i t i o n a l c o - e d w o r k o u t . S H A P E , B O O G I E , a n d
S T R E N G T H E N t o y o u r h e a r t s c o n t e n t . C l a s s w i l l b e h e l d a t S y c a m o r e
P a r k i n M a h o p a c o n M o n d a y , We d n e s d a y a m d F r i d a y a t 6 : 3 0 - 7 : 3 0 p . m .
$ 1 . 0 0 p e r c l a s s ; Y a h o o ! C a l l 6 2 8 - 7 8 8 8 o r 6 2 8 - 4 0 5 4 . L o r i i s
t h e M a h o p a c G i r l s C r o s s C o u n t r y C o a c h a n d a n a t i o n a l l y r a n k e d m a r -
a t h o n e r r u n n i n g f o r t h e M i l r o s e A . A .
MAY NEWSLETTER DEADLI NE; APRI L 25
T A G O N I C R O A D R U N N E R S C L U B
P O B O X 9 9
B A L D W I N P L A C E . N E W Y O R K 1 O S O S
ME MB E RS HI P A P P L I CAT I ON
R E N E WA L A D D R E S S C H A N G E
NAME: S E X A G E T E L .
ADDRESS:
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