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|Subject: ||RE: Who ran the highest mileage in the past?|
Going back a wee bit more than 30 years, Galloway, Bacheler and Shorter were doing 140-170 (Galloway was the 140 guy) at Aspen in preparation for the '72 Trials and Games. Tom Fleming was no stranger to weeks on the high side of 150. Bill Rodgers often was over 150, at Fullerton Doug Schmenk and Dave White were in the 140-180 range and Mark Covert wasn't far behind, Dave Bedford got up to 200 a week and there were many of us whop had nowhere near that sort of success who got to 140 and beyond. It was not uncommon.
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