Team OFA

Olympic Foot and Ankle is the proud sponsor of Team Olympic Foot and Ankle (OFA) – a group of local, community runners who represent the Sacramento, Roseville, Folsom and Elk Grove areas.

Director: Dr. Annalisa Co

Team MembersAmbrose, LouCay, Sendy | Chan, Chau  |  Chang, Peter | Co, Doralynn  |  Co, Ederlina  |  Conrad, Lourdes  |  Costi, Chris  |  Dooley, Todd  | Dunn, Alysa | Edson, ArlenEncarnacion, Camille  |  Folk, Daniel  | Folk, Dennis | Fong, Albert | Garcia, Manuel | Garcia, Tammy | Huynh, Cang  | Iskandar, Jenny   | Kool, Carina | Layco, OliverLee, Mark  |  Lish, Scott  |  Luc, Linh  |  Fong, Albert  | Martinez, JodieMock-Fong, Cindy  |  Moeckly, Dawn  |  Nagaraja, Guru  |  Nagarkar, Suman  | Nguyen, GiangNguyen, Vina  | Nuevo, Carlo | Palma, NeliRamos, Robert  |  Rodrigues, Jen  |  Scott, Genna  | Shah, Azman  | Stevens, JamieTrillo, Arlene  | Ulep, Robert | Van Rein, LorenaWong, Cassandra  |  Wong-Chi, Irene

Meet Team OFA 2017

annalisaDr. Annalisa Co, Director
I started running in 1995.

PR’s:
10K – 56:18 Zoo Zoom 2015
Half Marathon – 2:01:04 Urban Cow 2013
Full Marathon – 4:12:05 CIM 2006
50K – 7:51:22 Way Too Cool 50K 2017

I love running because it’s my time to meditate.  It is a constant challenge for the body and the mind. I’ve learned over the past 20+ years of running that a positive mind set is vital to keep pushing you. I also love watching my team push and dig deep to meet their own goals, achieve PR’s and new distances, and have a great time staying active. I’m extremely proud of Team OFA!

Sendy Cay
I started running my first mile in March (2016) and now up to 18 miles as of October 29th @ 1230 pace

Running for fitness, health, and self challenge to see how far I can run.

 

 

 

Lou Ambrose
I started running in 1977 when I was 18. I’ve loved running since I was a small child. When I decided to challenge myself by running longer distances I got hooked and have been a runner for almost 40 years.

PR’s:
Half Marathon – 1:46 Berkeley Half Marathon 2016
Full Marathon – 3:10 Los Angeles Marathon 1994

I enjoy running because it calms my mind and strengthens my body.

Chau ChanChan
I ran my first 10k in November 2012 at the Run to Feed the Hungry event.  My first half marathon was in March 2014 at the Shamrock. I have not ran a full marathon.  Last year, I was a part of a relay team at the CIM.  I ran the second leg with 7.6 miles.

PR’s:
10K – 1:07
Half Marathon – 2:45:57 Urban Cow 2015

In 2004, I was struggling to lose the weight that I have unintentionally gained throughout my four years of college.  The summer before I started grad school, I picked up running.  At first, I could only run continuously for 3 minutes. Gradually, I was able to increase my time and my distance.  I started running on a regular basis and adopted a new hobby of running 5k races.  After the birth of my second child in 2011, I was again struggling to lose the weight I have gained from two pregnancies.  In 2012, I ran my first 10k.  Eight months after the birth of my third child, I ran my first half marathon in 2014.  Seven months later, I ran my second half marathon.  I have always been a very busy person.  School, work and being a mom of three kids (5 years old, 3 years old, and 19 months), I needed an escape – a “me” time.  Running offers me a brief release from my busy life and allow me to relax my mind.  I guess you can say that I literally “ran” away from the businesses and stress in my life.

Peter Chang
I have been running off and on for years but did not really start racing until 2011

PR’s:
10K – 42:21 Super Sunday 10K 2016
Half Marathon – 1:32:36 Shamrock’n 2016
Full Marathon – 3:08:40 Mountains to Beach Marathon 2016

”If you’ve been working out regularly, you’ve already discovered it: No matter how good or bad you feel at any given moment, exercise will make you feel better. And it goes beyond just the “runner’s high”—that rush of feel-good hormones known as endocannabinoids. In a study published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, researchers found that even a single bout of exercise—30 minutes of walking on a treadmill—could instantly lift the mood of someone suffering from a major depressive order.“
—Runners World

Doralynn Co and Scott Lish

Doralynn started running because she was asked to run the CIM relay with co-workers in 2001. She has been an avid runner ever since.

PR’s:
Half Marathon – 1:45:19 Silver Strand 2014
Marathon – 4:06 San Diego Rock’n’Roll 2016

Running keeps me in shape, let’s my mind wander, gives me fun down time with Scott, and shows my daughters how exercise can easily be a part of everyday life.

Scott has always played sports but started distance running on a regular basis in 2006 when he met Doralynn. Running keeps him in shape and has proven to be a gateway to other physical activities that has pushed him to achieve many fitness goals.

PR’s:
Half Marathon – 1:45:19 Silver Strand 2014
Full Marathon – 3:25:13 CIM 2014

Running is an opportunity to spend time with my wife.  It is my escape from work and chance to unwind.

Ederlina Co
I first began running in 2001.

PR’s:
10K – 1:03:16 Run to Feed the Hungry 2014

Running keeps me in healthy shape, keeps my stress in check, and gives me additional quiet time during my otherwise busy life.

 

Lourdes Conrad
I began my journey towards running in 2011 for health reasons.  Not able to maintain a fast pace, I started walking on the treadmill 20 minutes a day, gradually building up my speed, raising the incline up to as high as 7.  Having developed a passion for running, I was eventually running 1.5 to 2 hours a day 5-7 days a week. Running has helped me become healthier and more physically fit. Never having played sports when I was younger, running has given me a great feeling of accomplishment.

My first official race was the Run To Feed The Hungry 10K in November 2012.

PR’s:
10K – 53:19 Getty Owl 2016
Half  Marathon – 1:57:04 Shamrockn’ Half Marathon 2016
Full Marathon – 4:00:32 Modesto Marathon 2016

Chris Costi
I began running in 2007. I ran my first 13.5 miles in 2007 when a friend asked me to run with her and although she was faster than me and I ended up running by myself, I enjoyed it and promised myself I would train harder to prepare for the next one.   When I was asked why I love to run, it made me think about why i do and here is what i love about running:

PR’s:
Half  Marathon –2:14 Running of the Elk 2016
Full Marathon – 5:16:57 CIM 2016

I run because I feel lost without it. I run because I love the excitement of racing. I run because I feel like I can conquer the world after a good workout. I run to fill a void that nothing else can possibly fill. I run because when I do, the world around me becomes quiet. I run in hopes of inspiring others, because if I can do it so can you! I run because I love it.

Todd Dooley
I began running for wrestling in high school, 1989.  Running competitively for triathlon: 2004, Running competitively: 2009.

PR’s:
10K – 35:56 Sacramento Zoo Zoom 10K 2010
Half Marathon – 1:18:18 Clarksburg Country Run 2009

I love the freedom, stress relief, and of course the exercise.

 

Alysa Dunn
I started running in 2003. I ran Cross Country and Track in high school. I took a few years off while I was in college and started back marathon training in 2015.  I ran my first marathon in December of 2015.

PR’s:
Half Marathon – 1:15:05 Hear of Cool Trail Run
Full Marathon – 3:53:21 Zoom Quarry Lakes 2015
50K – 5:22:49 Way Too Cool 50K 2015
50 Miler – 10:02:59 American River 50 Miler 2016
100K – 14:08:31 San Joaquin 2016

I love running for the community, camaraderie, making new friends and building relationships. Not only do I enjoy running my own race, but I really enjoy volunteering my time to give back to the running community. Aide stations are a great place for me to help runners in need as well as cheering on the runners I know in the race.

Arlen Edson
I started running in the 5th grade.

PR’s:
Half Marathon – 1:37 Shamrockn’ Half Marathon 2014

”If you’ve been working out regularly, you’ve already discovered it: No matter how good or bad you feel at any given moment, exercise will make you feel better. And it goes beyond just the “runner’s high”—that rush of feel-good hormones known as endocannabinoids. In a study published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, researchers found that even a single bout of exercise—30 minutes of walking on a treadmill—could instantly lift the mood of someone suffering from a major depressive order.“
—Runners World

Camille Encarnacion
I started running in high school around 2001.

My first official race was the Run To Feed The Hungry 10K in November 2012.

PR’s:
Half  Marathon – 2:06:26 American River Parkway Half 2015
Full Marathon – 4:59:16 CIM 2014

Running helps me clear my mind, puts me in a good mood, and makes me feel accomplished.

Daniel Folk
I have been running about 6 years now.

PR’s:
10K – 54:00 Folsom Fire Cracker 2010
Half Marathon – 2:00 Folsom Blues Half Marathon 2016
Full Marathon – 4:14 CIM 2010
50K – 7:00 Way Too Cool 50K 2013
50 Mile – 12:20 American River 50 Miler (AR50) 2012
100K – 19:41 Rio Del Lago 2012

I enjoy traveling for “destination” marathons the most. I have completed 40 marathon or ultra-distance races, and 40+ half-marathons. So far, my favorite race is in Miami. The food, people, and the city are all wonderful. I hope to complete my first 100-mile race this year!

Dennis Folk
I was originally inspired to take up this sport after watching my brother (and several thousand other runners) participate in the 2009 California International Marathon.  I usually do 3 marathons per year now and I enjoy traveling to other cities to run their events.  I have been running for 7 years and train year around. My ultimate goal is to qualify for and then run the Boston Marathon.

PR’s:
10K – 50:13 Folsom Firecracker 2012
Half Marathon – 1:48:41 The Parkway Half Marathon
Full Marathon – 3:58:14 Napa Valley 2012

”If you’ve been working out regularly, you’ve already discovered it: No matter how good or bad you feel at any given moment, exercise will make you feel better. And it goes beyond just the “runner’s high”—that rush of feel-good hormones known as endocannabinoids. In a study published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, researchers found that even a single bout of exercise—30 minutes of walking on a treadmill—could instantly lift the mood of someone suffering from a major depressive order.“
—Runners World

Manuel & Tammy Garcia

Manuel started running in 2010.

PR’s:
10K – 46:31 Giants 10K 2016
Half Marathon – 1:43:51 Shamrockn’ Half Marathon 2012
Full Marathon – 3:37 CIM 2014

I enjoy running because I like challenging myself.

Tammy started running in 2010.

PR’s:
Half Marathon -2:18 Urban Cow 2012
Full Marathon -5:28 CIM 2013

I started because it didn’t come easy for me and I wanted to prove I could do it. I love the feeling when I come across the finish line.

Cang Huynh and Giang Nguyen

Cang started running leisurely during my college years 18 years ago. I started the Kaiser’s Women’s 5K with Cindy Mock a few years ago.

PR’s:
Half Marathon – 2:34

I found that running destresses me. So everytime I need to take a break from my sutdies, I would go running. today I run to stay in good health and to keep up with my two active boys.

Giang started running in 2016 to train for the Urban Cow Half Marathon

PR’s:
Half Marathon – 2:39 Urban Cow Half Marathon

Since I am a healthcare profession, I like to keep myself healthy by having my fasting blood glucose, cholesterol, and hypertension under normal range.  I feel that regular running can maintain those goals year after year.  I am currently working as an outpatient pharmacist at the Kaiser Permanente medical office in Folsom.

Jenny Iskandar
I first began running in April 2011

PR’s:
10K – 54:11 – Run to Feed the Hungry 2014
Half Marathon – 1:56 – Running of the Elk 2016
Full Marathon – 4:12 – Santa Rosa Marathon 2016
50K – 6:45 Way to Cool 2015
50 Mile – 12:41 American River 50 Miler (AR50) 2015
100K – 20:33 Javelina Jundred

I love running because it gives me a sense of accomplishment, freedom and confidence. Running gives me a chance to meet new people with the same passion.

Carina Kool

I started running in 8th grade for Track.  I really enjoyed running for myself and being a part of a team.  When I started high school, I joined the Cross Country team and loved it a lot more than the track, but still participated in indoor & outdoor track as well.  I loved running the difference courses, terrain, and seeing the different scenery while running Cross Country.  After high school (graduated in 1997), I ran off & on throughout the years, but really got back into it back in 2012 and started pushing myself to run longer that year and going forward.  I run for carbs as I love pasta and especially pizza.  I run because I love peanut butter frozen yogurt.  I run because it is a great stress reliever and to improve my health.  I continue to run to challenge myself and to inspire others.  I run for those that aren’t able to.  

PR’s:
10K –  00:52:31 Surfer’s Path 10k & 5k 2014
Half Marathon – 01:59:25, Davis Turkey Trot 2013
Full Marathon –  04:40:28 Surf’s Path Marathon 2014
50K –  06:53:04 Way Too Cool 2014
50 Mile – 17:17:42 Headlands 2015

I love running as it makes me happy and I love how it makes me feel.

Oliver Layco
I started running in 2005 when I was a freshman at Sheldon High School. I ran Cross-Country and Track throughout high school, and kept it up ever since.

PR’s:
10K – 43:54 Run To Feed the Hungry 2008
Half Marathon – 1:50:56 Run To Remember Los Angeles 2016
Full Marathon – 4:07:36 TCS NYC Marathon

It’s a way to release emotion; whether it be good or bad. There’s just a sense of feeling free when I’m on the road. I can dread getting up in the morning to motivate myself out the door, but when I’m out there I really feel like I’m flying. There’s no better feeling I know no matter how short or long a run is. I also enjoy the challenge of seeing how far I can push myself mentally and physically. I also run for those who can’t; whether it’s by their choice or because they physically can’t. I run for those who don’t have the ability to.


Mark Lee
PR’s:
Half Marathon – 1:36:45 Shamrock’n 2014
Full Marathon – 3:15 CIM 2015
Ironman 70.3 – 6:06 Lake Tahoe 2015
Ironman 140.6 – 11:50 Coeur d’Alene 2005

”If you’ve been working out regularly, you’ve already discovered it: No matter how good or bad you feel at any given moment, exercise will make you feel better. And it goes beyond just the “runner’s high”—that rush of feel-good hormones known as endocannabinoids. In a study published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, researchers found that even a single bout of exercise—30 minutes of walking on a treadmill—could instantly lift the mood of someone suffering from a major depressive order.“
—Runners World

Linh Vuong Luc
I began running in 2012.

PR’s:
10K – 1:00, 2014 Run to Feed the Hungry 2014
Half Marathon – 2:28 Women’s Fitness Festival 2014

I love to run because I feel so accomplished after each run.

 

 

Jodie Martinez
I started running in 2011.

PR’s:
10K – 1:57
10 Miler – 1:53
Half Marathon – 2:26
Full Marathon – 5:53

”If you’ve been working out regularly, you’ve already discovered it: No matter how good or bad you feel at any given moment, exercise will make you feel better. And it goes beyond just the “runner’s high”—that rush of feel-good hormones known as endocannabinoids. In a study published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, researchers found that even a single bout of exercise—30 minutes of walking on a treadmill—could instantly lift the mood of someone suffering from a major depressive order.“
—Runners World

Albert Fong and Cindy Mock-Fong

Albert began running in 2010.

PR’s:
10K – 45:30 Cal Fit Super Sunday 2015
Half Marathon – 1:42 Santa Cruz 2013
Marathon – 3:54 Mountains 2 Beaches 2015

I love to run because it gives me a reason to eat!

Cindy began running in 2011.

PR’s:
10K – 55:29 Peace Love Run 2016
Half Marathon – 2:02:22 Urban Cow 2015
Full Marathon – 4:52:45 CIM 2012

I started running in 2011 because I needed to do something active to help alleviate my back pain from carrying my then 3 year old daughter. I don’t think you’ll ever hear me say that I love running, but I’ve come to realize that when I’m hurt or sick and can’t run, I do miss it. I’ve done one marathon, a handful of half marathons, but my favorite distance is the 10K. I still want to try for a sub 2 hour half, but after that, I’m gonna stick to 10K’s.  I do like that running lets me be competitive with myself. I’m always trying for a PR when I do a race.

Dawn Moeckly
I’ve been running for the past 20 yrs, seriously since 2007 when I did my first 1/2 marathon.

PR’s:
10K – 1:00:15 Clarksburg Country Run 2015
Half Marathon – 1:54:28 Urban Cow 2016
Full Marathon – 5:55 CIM 2014
50K – 7:33 Way Too Cool 50K 2016

I love to run because it helps me with weight management and stress. Plus I meet some pretty nice people in my running group.

Guru Nagaraja and Suman Nagarkar

Guru  started running while in school in India. I picked up running again 2008 when I had free time after grad school.

PR’s:
Half Marathon – 1:58:48 Folsom Blues Half Marathon 2016
Full Marathon – 4:30:16 CIM 2014
50K – 7:28:20 Way Too Cool 50K 2015
50 Mile – 12:35:20 American River 50 Miler (AR50) 2015

I love to run because it is a good way to relax  my mind. Most of the runs raise money for a good cause. Running is good for the mind, body and soul and helps me to stay fit while attempting to help raise money for charity.  I love to run because I can run and motivate others to run.

Suman started running in 2008. Till then I was never into running. I could never run even a short distance. Even as a kid, I was never into any sport. In 2008, I was taking boot camp fitness class at Folsom Lake College and there one day I had to run a mile and for me it was like running a marathon. Then I took this as a challenge and joined a training group and did my first half marathon under 3 months. From then on I have been running, though I am not a very fast paced runner.

PR’s:
Half Marathon – 2:45 American River Parkway Half 2013
Full Marathon – 5:45 CIM 2014

I love to run because it keeps me fit and healthy. Also, when I cross a finish line, I feel a sense of achievement. I feel very proud to run all those distances.

Vina Nguyen

I began running when I was about 15. My sister, Chau, dragged me into it because we were both out of shape. Nine years later, here we are still running and pushing our limits!

PR’s:
10K -1:31:48 – Shamrock’n 10K 2017
Half Marathon – 3:14:01 Shamrock’n 2015

I love to run because it relieves stress and gets my adrenaline going

Carlo Nuevo
I only started running this August 2016 for multiple reasons but mainly had a health scare that kickstarted me and inspired me to really regain my full potential. I am now an obsessed runner with goals of running my first full marathon next year.

PR’s:
Half Marathon – 2:09:12 American River Parkway Half Marathon

The spiritual gain is what I enjoy most about running. The obvious physical benefits are a given but what I experience every run brings me back closer to my roots and who I really am. Self knowledge is my driving force and the more mileage I cover the more I discover who I am. I am also naturally competitive and love the positivity behind organized running and racing. I strive to improve in all facets of my life and I am recently discovering that running is the key.


Neli Palma
I have been running since my teens, but I did not start running distances until 2009.  I first ran the San Francisco Half Marathon that year, and I have been hooked on races since then.  The number of races I run varies per year.  Last year, I ran six half marathons and one full marathon.  This year, travel for work and family limited my ability to run races on the weekends, but I have run two halves and one full.  I am already looking forward to next year.  I’m already signed up for three races and I am scoping out additional races. 

PR’s:
Half Marathon – 1:58:30 Urban Cow 2015
Full Marathon – 4:02:51 The Blerch 2015

Running is one of the few things I do only for myself.  It’s my time to ease into the day, and when I can’t run in the morning, my happy hour after work.  I love how everything comes into clear focus during my runs.  I also love running with my running buddies on weekends and at the races.  The miles fly by, and we encourage each other to meet our respective goals.  I’ve traveled with friends to other parts of California and other states for races.  Training for races is also a great regulator for life.  Your dedication and goals remind you to get to bed on time, to eat healthy, etc. 


Robert Ramos and Arlene Trillo
Robert started running in 2008.

PR’s:
10K – 54:34 Zoo Zoom 2016
Half Marathon: 1:58:25 Urban Cow 2016

Arlene started running in 2005.

PR’s:
10K – 54:30 Zoo Zoom 2016
Half Marathon – 1:51:33 Running of the Elk 2012
Full Marathon – 3:58:54 CIM 2011
Triathalon – 2:01:18 Golden State Triathlon 2006

Robert and Arlene love to run because they like to stay active and running is a good form of physical activity.

Jen Rodrigues
I began running officially last year after being a soccer player for over 15 years.  I wanted to try a half marathon as a new challenge,  so I signed up for Shamrockn and fell in love with running. 

PR’s:

10K -1:07:50 Giants 10K
Half Marathon –2:35 Shamrockn’ Half Marathon
Full Marathon –5:59:37 CIM 2016

Running gave me a sport to do after I could no longer play soccer due to injuries. I love that I can still be competitive and always try to better my times and training. It’s a great opportunity to meet people and see new places as well, such as running the Big Sur Half marathon. It’s my time that I can listen to my music and just focus on one foot in front of the other.  And the sense of accomplishment and the “runners high” is definitely a nice bonus.  

Genna Scott
I started running about 2 1/2 years ago.

PR’s:
10K – 46:37 Zoo Zoom 2015
Half Marathon -1:44:19 Shamrock’n 2015
Full Marathon -3:39:28 CIM 2015
50K – 6:58:05 Way to Cool 2016
50 Mile – 9:45:01 American River 50 Miler (AR50) 2016

I ‘hated running’. I figured I’d lose the baby weight from my second baby and would move onto some other form of working out. Somehow I started to enjoy running. I met some amazing people and have established the best friendships with fellow runners. Running has become my sanity, my therapy, my mommy time, and my fun time with friends.

ShahAzman Shah
I started running in …

PR’s:
10K – 1:01:09 Joe Kleinerman 10K 2014
Half Marathon – 2:09:16 NYC Half 2013
Full Marathon – 5:25:47 NYC Marathon 2013

”If you’ve been working out regularly, you’ve already discovered it: No matter how good or bad you feel at any given moment, exercise will make you feel better. And it goes beyond just the “runner’s high”—that rush of feel-good hormones known as endocannabinoids. In a study published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, researchers found that even a single bout of exercise—30 minutes of walking on a treadmill—could instantly lift the mood of someone suffering from a major depressive order.“
—Runners World

Jamie Stevens
I started running 2 years ago for alone/ quality time. I continued running because I actually fell in love with it and how it made me feel.  There is something magical about getting up at 4:30 am and running 5 miles before the sun comes up.

PR’s:
10K – 1:06 Turkey Trot 2015
Half Marathon – 2:37 Urban Cow 2016
Full Marathon – 6:12 CIM 2016

I enjoy running because it makes me feel like I am more than mom, full time plus employee and friend. It’s something I do for self improvement. My own self improvement project that is ongoing. I love pushing myself and meeting new people that I otherwise would never have met.

Robert Ulep
I started running off and on during my military service between 1996 and 2001. I gradually started running more in 2011. Once I started running OCR, I’ve increased the frequency of my runs to what it is now. I now run between 3 to 4 times a weeks.

PR’s:
10K – 48:29 Run To Feed The Hungry 2015
Half Marathon – 1:50:45, Urban Cow 2015
Full Marathon – 4:26:04 CIM 2016

I enjoy running because it feels like therapy. It’s a few miles of escape from everyday life. It’s my meditation.


Lorena Van Rein
I started running 3 1/2 years ago

PR’s:
10K – 50:39 Super Sunday Run 10K 2016
Half Marathon – 1:50:41 Urban cow 2016
Full Marathon – 3:54:36 CIM 2015
50K – 6:05:51 Way to Cool 2015
50 Mile – 10:21 American River 50 Miler
100K – 17:46 Canyons Endurance Run 100K

I love running because it gives the freedom to be with myself to push to my limits and to enjoy the nature of life.


Cassandra Wong
I began running over 10 years ago because I just thought it was fun and a physical challenge.  When I started running with a couple of friends, it became more fun.  Though running is an individual sport, I enjoy being able to share the journey of training and racing with others.

PR’s:
10K – 50:32 Clarksburg 2015
Half Marathon – 1:51Clarksburg County Half Marathon 2012
Full Marathon – 4:05 CIM 2013

I love running because it allows me to stay fit and be competitive in a sport where the only opponent is myself.  I grew up playing team sports, so this is a different challenge that I enjoy.

Irene Wong-Chi
I first began running in 2009. At the time I could barely run half-way around the block.  It became my personal goal to change that! 

PR’s:
10K – 58:08 Super Sunday/Super Bowl 2015
Half Marathon – 2:12:34 Urban Cow 2010
Full Marathon – 5:35:11 CIM 2012

Running keeps me in shape and relieves stress. I love the enthusiasm, adrenaline, and camaraderie you feel among fellow racers on race morning.  And I love receiving the medals (“the bling”) from all the different and fun races.

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