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    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/s ... ell16.html

    Steve Kelley / Times staff columnist
    One final run: Heritage ends her passion in glorious style

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    Re: One final run: Heritage ends her passion in glorious sty

    Well worth the reading, thanks RMc.

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      Re: One final run: Heritage ends her passion in glorious sty

      Offered as food for thought for Doris and any other folks contemplating hip replacement.
      She had an awesome career, but why is she having a hip replacement. If she is still able to run - as the story makes clear - opting for a hip replacement seems premature. I speak from somewhat similar experience having run quite consistently from age 14 - age 58, especially the last 25 of those 35 years. Arthritis forced me to stop - I had some excruciating episodes while still trying to "run through it" - but once I stopped and started taking glucosamine, the hip improved a bit and then stabilized. Now, over 8 years later, I fear it is getting worse, but at least I avoided surgery for a good many years. And, since I plan to live a good while longer, if I do ultimately have a replacement, hopefully it will last me for the "duration."

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        Re: One final run: Heritage ends her passion in glorious sty

        Its amazing how much she cares about each and every athlete on the SPU team. An amazing woman.

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