Photos from 2003 U.S.A. Track & Field Masters Indoor Championship
March 28, 2003
Reggie Lewis Track, Boston, MA

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Start of the Women's 3000m (40-45) Start of the age 40-45 Women's 3000 m.
Joan Benoit Samuelson is in the outside lane.
Joan Benoit Samuelson Joan Benoit Samuelson en route to an age group American record 10:02.55 in the 3000 m.
Bill Rodgers Marathon great Bill Rodgers, age 55, competed in the men's 3000 m.
Bill Rodgers Rodgers can still move, though not fast enough to catch race winner Harold Nolan of New Jersey.  Rodgers placed 3rd.
Joan Benoit Samuelson and friend Joan Benoit Samuelson posed with friend and fan, Annie Cornell, after the race.
Lloyd Slocum in the 3000m. Lloyd Slocum of Portland, Maine set an American record of 11:09.53 in the men's 70-75 3000 m. race.
101-year-old Everett Hosack The meet's oldest athlete, 101-year-old Everett Hosack of Chagrin Falls, Ohio, competed in the weight throw.
Gault, Hosack, Rodgers, Benoit, McBarnette Among the meet's elite competitors were (L-R):
Willie Gault - former olympic sprinter and NFL receiver
Everett Hosack - at 101, track & field's oldest competitor
Bill Rodgers - 4-time Boston Marathon winner
Joan Benoit Samuelson - 1984 olympic marathon gold medalist
Bruce McBarnette - Princeton graduate, businessman, attorney, actor and athlete, who set an age-group world mark in the men's high jump
Harry Brooks & Bob Weiner Race starter, Harry Brooks, and race promoter, Bob Weiner.
Bob advises Joan Benoit Samuelson Bob giving Joan some pre-race advice.
Carol Carol.
Jeff and Bob Me, Bob.
Press conference Post-race press conference.
Bob and 5 TV cameras Bob and five TV cameras.
Bill Rodgers, Bob Weiner, Joan Benoit Samuelson Bill Rodgers, Bob Weiner and Joan Benoit Samuelson.

Photos of Lloyd Slocum and "Me, Bob" by Carol.

Meet Results