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May 26, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Thomas Osano of Kenya edged Mexico's Faustino Reynoso in course-record time in the Bolder Boulder, Colo., 10-kilometer road race. England's Jill Hunter outdistanced Kenya's Delillah Asiago to win the women's elite race. Osano won in 28 minutes 40 seconds--six seconds faster than the record set by Arturo Barrios of Mexico in 1986.
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SPORTS
May 26, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Thomas Osano of Kenya edged Mexico's Faustino Reynoso in course-record time in the Bolder Boulder, Colo., 10-kilometer road race. England's Jill Hunter outdistanced Kenya's Delillah Asiago to win the women's elite race. Osano won in 28 minutes 40 seconds--six seconds faster than the record set by Arturo Barrios of Mexico in 1986.
SPORTS
April 8, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Jill Hunter of Great Britain set a course record of 51:56 as she won the women's title in the Cherry Blossom 10-mile run in Washington, D.C. Hunter, a native of Newcastle, England, broke Lisa Martin's record of 52:23 set in 1987. Carl Thackery of Great Britain won the men's title in 46:25.
SPORTS
April 8, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Jill Hunter of Great Britain set a course record of 51:56 as she won the women's title in the Cherry Blossom 10-mile run in Washington, D.C. Hunter, a native of Newcastle, England, broke Lisa Martin's record of 52:23 set in 1987. Carl Thackery of Great Britain won the men's title in 46:25.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 10, 1992 | KEVIN BRASS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The camera focuses on Chris Clarke, sitting on his bed in Patton State Hospital near San Bernardino, talking about killing his fiancee. "Something snapped," he says almost inaudibly. "I began thinking things that were not real. I began having paranoid thoughts and believing people were trying to get me." The interviewer doesn't say a word. Clarke begins to cry softly. "It was as if somebody else came into my body," Clarke says. "I can't use that excuse.
SPORTS
January 26, 1992 | KIRBY LEE
Ruth Wysocki, a veteran middle-distance runner who has been serving a suspension for participating in three unsanctioned meets in South Africa in 1988, will compete today for the first time since her suspension was lifted by the The Athletics Congress' Executive Committee after three years of appeals. Wysocki, 34, will join the field for the Redondo Super Bowl Sunday 10K run.
SPORTS
January 27, 1992 | KIRBY LEE
Matt Giusto and Jill Hunter thought they were ready for all challenges in Sunday's Redondo Beach Super Bowl Sunday 10K. But what they didn't count on were baby-buggy competitors--runners pushing strollers with children aboard. The baby-buggy racers began 10 minutes before the start of the 10K and provided most of the excitement along the 6.2-mile course for Giusto and Hunter, who ran to easy victories in 29 minutes and 32:24, respectively.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 24, 1993 | ROBERT BARKER
Dr. Bernard Mason charged his patients $3 for an office visit and $5 for a house call. He delivered babies for a $100 fee. If people couldn't pay, he took care of them anyway. Mason, 82, a physician and surgeon, has practiced out of the same tiny medical office at 3rd Street and Walnut Avenue since 1947. He has been so busy treating children and grandchildren of his original patients that he closed his practice to new patients about 16 years ago. "I think I may be the oldest G.P.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 10, 1992 | KEVIN BRASS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The camera focuses on Chris Clarke, sitting on his bed in Patton State Hospital, talking about killing his fiancee. "Something snapped," he says almost inaudibly. "I began thinking things that were not real. I began having paranoid thoughts and believing people were trying to get me." The interviewer doesn't say a word. Clarke begins to cry softly. "It was as if somebody else came into my body," Clarke says. "I can't use that excuse. I can't tell people I didn't do that crime, but I didn't.
SPORTS
April 10, 1995 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Conchita Martinez capitalized on an overpowering first set to win her second consecutive tournament, routing Gabriela Sabatini, 6-1, 6-4, Sunday in the final of the Bausch & Lomb championship in Amelia Island, Fla. Martinez, who a week ago won the Family Circle Magazine Cup at Hilton Head Island, S.C., sent the Argentine star to her third consecutive loss in the Bausch & Lomb finals. Martinez won in 74 minutes, with the first set taking only 25 minutes.
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