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February 01, 1971 | Pat Putnam
After a layoff of nearly two years, world-record holder Jim Ryun competed in his first race last week, an indoor mile in San Francisco, beat a mediocre field and removed a great weight from his shoulders
November 02, 1970 | Walter Bingham
The heavy rain that had drenched Topeka, Kans. all day stopped toward late afternoon, leaving the streets full of puddles. A raw October wind made winter seem near, and indeed, as it became dark and the temperature...
August 03, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
July 06, 1970
"The other guides have a feeling about Mt. Rainier that is sort of a religion," says Joe Kennedy III, "and I'm getting the feeling too." Joe (left), with Phursumba Sherpa of Nepal, has signed on as an apprentice...
March 02, 1970 | Skip Myslenski
Marty Liquori, the first American in four years to beat Jim Ryun at a mile, has become everybody's long-distance target