In the 1980s, Dr. George Sheehan was a friend of mine, prolific author, cardiologist, medical editor for Runner’s World, and my teammate on the Shore AC. I once had the joy of pacing him to an American age group record for 1500 meters at the Northeastern Regional AAU championships at Princeton University. Although he was a busy cardiologist, if you were a friend and wanted to discuss anything running related, he would happily take your telephone call during business hours at his very busy cardiology practice in Red Bank, NJ. I was having constant pains in a certain part of my upper leg, and I called George at work and said, “I have continual pain in my Pectineus, what can I do about it?” George’s reply was, “What the hell is a Pectineus?”, to which I replied, ” It’s a muscle in the upper leg – I got the anatomical term for the muscle from the Encyclopedia of Athletic Medicine, written by Dr. George Sheehan! We had a great laugh.