July 19, 1992
Tom Rogozinski of Hagerstown, Md., won the 29th stage of the Runner's World Trans America Footrace Saturday. Rogozinski's time was 4 hours 14 minutes 56 seconds for the 31 miles from Anton to Joes, Colo. David Warady of Huntington Beach was fourth in 4:52:28, but still leads Rogozinski by 6:08:30. The runners will cover 40 miles from Joes to St. Francis, Kan., today.
June 22, 1992
Helmut Schieke, a 52-year-old from Germany, and Al Howie, a 46-year-old Scot, led the Runner's World Trans America Footrace into Victorville on Sunday, the second day of the cross-country race. Schieke and Howie finished the 46.8-mile leg from Rancho Cucamonga to Victorville together in 7 hours 20 minutes 7 seconds. Schieke leads the overall with a time of 14:45:48. Howie is 13 minutes 34 seconds behind in second.
July 20, 1992
David Warady of Huntington Beach won the 30th stage of the Runner's World Trans America Footrace Sunday as the competitors left Colorado and crossed into Kansas. Warady covered the 51.15 miles from Joes, Colo., to St. Francis, Kan., in 7 hours 31 minutes 50 seconds. He leads the 64-day event by 6:21:09. The runners have covered 1,325.35 of the approximately 3,000 it will take to cross the United States.
June 30, 1992
Huntington Beach's David Warady moved closer to first place, retaining second place overall in the Runner's World Trans America Footrace by finishing third in Monday's stage from Glendale to Mesquite, Nev. Warady, 35, finished the 36.95-mile stage in 6 hours 47 minutes 51 seconds and is now 9 minutes 15 seconds behind leader Helmut Schieke of Germany. Al Howie who had led the race for much of the first week, dropped out Sunday because of serious blisters on his feet.
July 11, 1992
Al Howie, who last week dropped out of the overall competition, and Ed Kelley of Hollywood won the 21st stage of the Runner's World Trans America Footrace, finishing the 55.75 miles from Fruita to Parachute, Colo., in 9 hours 33 minutes 1 second. David Warady of Huntington Beach, who finished 10th in the stage, retained the overall lead after 922.95 miles. Warady has a cumulative time of 164:15:28, 3:17:35 ahead of Tom Rogozinski of Hagerstown, Md.