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April 2, 1990
The Gardena Valley Runners, led by former Olympian Samson Obwacha and world-class runner William Musyoki, set a course record of 2:05:19 in the men's division to sweep the top three titles in the elite category at the Jimmy Stewart Relay Marathon at Griffith Park.
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April 2, 1990
The Gardena Valley Runners, led by former Olympian Samson Obwacha and world-class runner William Musyoki, set a course record of 2:05:19 in the men's division to sweep the top three titles in the elite category at the Jimmy Stewart Relay Marathon at Griffith Park.
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July 16, 1990 | BARBIE LUDOVISE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Had it not been for the scorching hot weather, the lack of competition and a new race course--one laid out to accommodate a sponsor--William Musyoki might have come closer to breaking the world record for an eight-kilometer race Sunday at the Bastille Day 8K. But had the conditions been better, would Musyoki, who won his second consecutive title in 23 minutes 29 seconds, have broken Alberto Salazar's record of 22:04? Not according to his assessment. "I'm very, very disappointed.
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July 12, 1990 | BARBIE LUDOVISE
A year ago, if there was a major road race to be run, William Musyoki was there, running with impressive intensity. Despite friends' warnings that too much racing might lead to burnout, Musyoki continued to follow the call of the miles, inspired by constant improvement and lure from race directors. It wasn't until he finished first in last July's Bastille Day 8K, with a time far from what he had hoped, that Musyoki admitted a change was needed in his race schedule.
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