|May 20, 1963, Arjan Winning That First Big Race in Thunder Bay|
|Gelling in third early on. Note the head gear on the second (San Jose State ?)runner. Did he borrow this from his mother?|
|The Track and Field News Dec. 1967 Cover. Bottom picture Lindgren leading Gelling.|
Note top article is penned by Bruce Kidd.
|Of the three Olympic trials runners from Thunder Bay, only Dom Domansky would make the Canadian team in the 400 meters|
|Touring NYC prior to the 1968 NCAA in a somewhat Kerouacian pose|
|Staying Fit in the Yukon|
“I began my second round of hormone treatment in October, 2013, but regular blood tests suggested the cancer had come back some time in late 2012.”
That indicates that when Arjan ran his 63:48 ten mile in May, 2013 at Thunder Bay, his cancer had already come back at least six months earlier.
The whole thing may seem quite complex, but I have always considered my chart as a great incentive to get out and run on days when I might have passed on a workout. The chart never lies! And I can’t cheat on those numbers either.
I was catching up on your articles and enjoyed the Gelling story. One facet that bears mentioning is that his 67'USTFF win in Fort Collins was only 48hrs prior to the Laramie race; Lindgren was "fresh" compared to Gelling and Ryan! Rick Lower