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July 13, 2001
Ryan Hall of Big Bear High and Lashinda Demus of Long Beach Wilson were named state high school boys' and girls' track and field athletes of the year by Scholastic Coach & Athletic Director magazine. Hall set the state record in the 1,600 meters last spring, 4 minutes 2.45 seconds. Demus set a national record in the 300 hurdles, 39.98. She also was state champion in the 100- and 300-meter hurdles.
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August 12, 2012 | By Kevin Baxter
LONDON - Sunday wasn't exactly a banner day for American distance running with Ryan Hall, the fastest marathoner in U.S. history, and Abi Abdirahman both dropping out of the London Olympics marathon well before the halfway mark. Hall, who ran 2:04:58 at the Boston Marathon in 2011, has been troubled by plantar fasciitis for most of this year. And though he said the problem had cleared up, it might have caused him to change his stride, leading to the right hamstring pain that caused him to quit a race for the first time in his career Sunday.
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August 12, 2012 | By Kevin Baxter
LONDON - Sunday wasn't exactly a banner day for American distance running with Ryan Hall, the fastest marathoner in U.S. history, and Abi Abdirahman both dropping out of the London Olympics marathon well before the halfway mark. Hall, who ran 2:04:58 at the Boston Marathon in 2011, has been troubled by plantar fasciitis for most of this year. And though he said the problem had cleared up, it might have caused him to change his stride, leading to the right hamstring pain that caused him to quit a race for the first time in his career Sunday.
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August 16, 2008 | Helene Elliott, Times Staff Writer
Marathons, in general, are unpredictable. The course layout, the weather and the previous night's dinner can combine to punish even the savviest of elite runners and work in favor of a plodder. That notion hasn't stopped Terrence Mahon, coach of U.S. marathon trials champion Ryan Hall, from thinking that the 25-year-old from Big Bear might win here if everything plays out right. "We're definitely throwing time out the window, per se, in terms of trying to run a fast time.
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June 21, 2001 | HELENE ELLIOTT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The emergence of prep phenoms Alan Webb and Ryan Hall figures to minimize the customary post-Olympic letdown when track and field's elite gather for the U.S. championships, beginning today at the University of Oregon's Hayward Field. Webb, of Reston, Va., broke the high school mile record set 34 years ago by Jim Ryun when he ran the distance in 3 minutes 53.43 seconds at the Prefontaine Classic last month. Webb, who earlier in the year became the first U.S.
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August 16, 2008 | Helene Elliott, Times Staff Writer
Marathons, in general, are unpredictable. The course layout, the weather and the previous night's dinner can combine to punish even the savviest of elite runners and work in favor of a plodder. That notion hasn't stopped Terrence Mahon, coach of U.S. marathon trials champion Ryan Hall, from thinking that the 25-year-old from Big Bear might win here if everything plays out right. "We're definitely throwing time out the window, per se, in terms of trying to run a fast time.
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November 29, 2008
Few if any athletes are as supremely trained and conditioned as Oscar De La Hoya. However, I think his trainers might be overstating his fitness in a Nov. 25 story. "Those who time De La Hoya's mountain runs say he conquers an eight-mile course of hilly trails in 48 minutes." Repeating a performance like this on routine training runs, then following up with hours of gym training, all at 7,500-feet elevation in Big Bear, is simply unbelievable. In fact, were Oscar moving that quickly, he could keep company with Big Bear native Ryan Hall, U.S. national marathon record holder and Olympic team member.
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March 22, 2001 | JOHN ORTEGA
Can Ryan Hall of Big Bear break another record set by Jeff Nelson more than 20 years ago? That question could be answered Saturday night when Hall runs in the boys' two-mile race in the Meet of Champions Distance Classic at Azusa Pacific. Nelson set a national record of 8 minutes 36.
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October 24, 1998 | TOM CONNOLLY
Fullerton rallied for four fourth-quarter touchdowns--three in the final two minutes--to defeat La Habra, 28-7, in a Freeway League game Friday at La Habra High. After the Indians tied the score, 7-7, on a 10-yard touchdown pass from Jonathan Pate to Andy Zarate with 9 minutes 22 seconds left, Pate gave Fullerton the lead with a three-yard run with 1:54 remaining. On La Habra's next possession, Zarate intercepted Ryan Hall's pass and returned it to the three-yard line.
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July 13, 2001
Ryan Hall of Big Bear High and Lashinda Demus of Long Beach Wilson were named state high school boys' and girls' track and field athletes of the year by Scholastic Coach & Athletic Director magazine. Hall set the state record in the 1,600 meters last spring, 4 minutes 2.45 seconds. Demus set a national record in the 300 hurdles, 39.98. She also was state champion in the 100- and 300-meter hurdles.
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June 21, 2001 | HELENE ELLIOTT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The emergence of prep phenoms Alan Webb and Ryan Hall figures to minimize the customary post-Olympic letdown when track and field's elite gather for the U.S. championships, beginning today at the University of Oregon's Hayward Field. Webb, of Reston, Va., broke the high school mile record set 34 years ago by Jim Ryun when he ran the distance in 3 minutes 53.43 seconds at the Prefontaine Classic last month. Webb, who earlier in the year became the first U.S.
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October 10, 1997 | MIKE BESACK
Andy Rea rushed for 192 yards in 20 carries and Whittier La Serna capitalized on six La Habra turnovers in a 24-3 victory over the host Highlanders in a nonleague football game Thursday night. Although it could not stop Rea, who had one run of 65 yards and a touchdown run of 41, La Habra was hurt worse by the four passes quarterback Robert Morales had intercepted. The Lancers (3-2) took advantage of La Habra's errors the entire game.
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December 1, 1998
A senior, Munoz won the Division IV individual title at the state cross-country championships at Woodward Park in Fresno last weekend. Although his time of 15 minutes 53 seconds was not the best turned in by a county runner over the 3.1-mile course, he ran a strategic race and in doing so was able to avenge his four-second loss to Big Bear's Ryan Hall in the Southern Section final.
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