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12 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 29, 1998

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S he looks like your average student
while running around campus or at the
CCRB, but Wendy Latimer is the most
outstanding type of athlete there is: one who
competes for the love of her sport. The LS&A
senior History major has competed in two
marathons, triathlons and numerous road
races. Her first marathon was the 1996
Lake County Marathon, in which she ran a
3:38:38 and qualified for the world-famous
Boston Marathon. She ran the 1997
Boston Marathon and recently competed
in the Chicago Triathlon.

UOFM
Thanks to everyone who
Z turned outfor Nike's Women's
Night Run on October 13th.
Our group run helped to raise
awareness of campus safety
-. issues. It was part of a national
V effort by Nike to organize safe
Women's Runs on campuses through-
out the country. Email me to find out
when the next Women's Night Run
is planned.

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ATTENTION ALL UM RUl
I'M PLANNING TO START
KING CLUB HERE AT M'C#
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED I
ING TO PIONEER THISP
DROP ME A LINE AT
ADDRESS BELOW

fVENDY LATIMER
MARATHON RUNNER
Not a fan of health clubs,
Wendy runs for exercise,
stress relief and her
NNERS: love of the outdoors.
Her advice for begin-
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IGAN- ning runners? "Don't
N HELP- get discouraged,
ROJECT because building up a
THE base is the hardest
part."
Wendy's latest goal is
to reduce her race times
as she gears up to run
another marathon later this
fall or in the spring.

Attention club team athletes:
Think your team has a great story to tell? Nike is
looking to support one club team this year. You'll not
only receive some financial help, but you'll be
featured here on SportsPage. If your team is up to
the challenge and you want to be considered, email
me at the address below to find out more.

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This month's Run of the Month is
the Fund Run set for October 31st in
Ann Arbor. Email me for details on the
time and place.

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W HO SAYS THERE'S NO TRUE
NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP FOR
COLLEGE FLAG FOOTBALL?
N ike invites all Men's, Women's, and Co-Rec teams to compete in the ultimate flag football
experience. Regional tournaments are open to all intramural
flag football teams, and regional champs will win an all-
EGI NLCHAMPIONSHIPS
expenses-paid trip to the national championships at the
Sugar Bowl in New Orleans over New Year's!
For more information or to find the nearest regional tournament visit www.CampusSports.com.

CAN YOU BE A
HERO?
N ike P.L.A.Y.CORPS trains
college students to coach
in local youth leagues. It's a great
way to use your skills and become
a role model and mentor to kids
who really need your help. After
the season, coaches receive $500
towards their tuition.Interested?
Email me at the address below to
find out more. Hurry up! The
application deadline is November
1st for winter and spring sports.
What are you waiting for? You
can be a hero.

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