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Home run was timely

Toomey is healthier, happier, and getting back in stride

By Barbara Matson
Globe Staff / January 26, 2008

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Flagstaff wasn't working out. Jen Toomey, one of the best 800-meter runners in the world in 2004 and '05, had been living and training in Arizona for a year, trying to regain her form after a knee injury followed by an adductor strain disrupted her training and ended her hopes of competing in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens. (Full article: 1156 words)

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