Is it just that you can out kick these guys; is that how you’re winning these championships?
SH: In the two races (1500 and 800), I out kicked both of them. The butt kicks (the heel reaching the gluteus), running backwards, and the strides. And whenever you do a hard workout, take a nice ice bath, 15 to 20 minutes max. I had someone from the team help me out with Australia (outdoors in Brisbane in 2001) and help me out with Spain, but most of the time, the money comes basically from myself.
It was only when I was on vacation with limited access and resorted to exchanging long emails with a friend who was similarly inclined that I realized that what I wanted was penpals.
45 years ago I had them but I had forgotten about the whole things.
Are you relying a little bit on the work you did in the past or do you really have to work as hard as you ever did just to keep sharp? I met a young lady who came into my life last year. And my (new) wife, Asteria Claure, happened to be a coach and a masseuse and a good partner for running. SH: I’ve gone to Bermuda every year for 28 years now. I was only able to run one day for the whole week before the race. As far as the running goes, there’s nothing but hills. RWD: And are you still doing the Pete Mc Ardle 15K in the Bronx, three times around the tough Van Cortlandt Park 5K loop? Most good 5K and 10K runners can run with me in the 1500, but I have a better opportunity to beat them in the 800 because of my speed and a lot of experience. But I failed woodshop and math after the eleventh grade. That was when my son came in the house and said “Dad, they got an old man’s race at the high school.” It was a 35-and-over mile. That October, at the New York City Marathon, I ran on three months of training.
My first wife passed away nine years ago, and I got married for the second time. Since we’ve met, I’ve been doing a lot of drills, a lot of stretching, and a lot of quality work. And I won (the age group) again this year (in the 10K). It’s a ten-year age group (60-69), and I’ve won it every year since I was 60. In Boston, when I won the mile, that was 34th national championship. RWD: We saw you at a meet a few years back, when two masters milers got into a bumping match.
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