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May 27, 1992 | RICK VANDERKNYFF, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Back in the glory days of the running craze, 5Ks and 10Ks in Orange County were as common as Perot bumper stickers are now. At the peak of the craze--in the early '80s--there might be four or five races on any given weekend. These days, a couple a month is average. Where did the runners go? Some got onto bicycles, no doubt, or took up power walking or in-line skating, or just stayed home for some cocooning.
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May 27, 1992 | RICK VANDERKNYFF, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Back in the glory days of the running craze, 5Ks and 10Ks in Orange County were as common as Perot bumper stickers are now. At the peak of the craze--in the early '80s--there might be four or five races on any given weekend. These days, a couple a month is average. Where did the runners go? Some got onto bicycles, no doubt, or took up power walking or in-line skating, or just stayed home for some cocooning.
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August 25, 2000 | DAN ARRITT
Brenda Enderle just wanted to make some new friends. Darlene Mota was hoping to make up for lost time. Their goals varied as much as the climates they left behind, but Enderle and Mota found a common thread after moving to Orange County last spring. They joined the South Coast Roadrunners, an Irvine-based running club that quickly put a spark back in their running careers.
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May 22, 1998 | RICK VANDERKNYFF, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Finally ready to get serious about getting fit? Step 1: Drop that rugged individualist shtick and get with the group. If you're not already in a solid routine, going it alone can strike down even the best intentioned of fitness plans. That's because, well, most of us have a little less self-discipline than we like to think.
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June 26, 1996 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
I remember the day I quit the really hard running, the gut-wrenching, foot-frying running. I had set out to run 16 miles, from my parents' home in Rossmoor to Long Beach City College and back, a run I had made many, many times without incident. The Nike-Oregon Track Club Marathon in Eugene, Ore., was coming up in a few months. My college eligibility was finished and there would be no excuses for failing to set a personal best.
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