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PHOTOS COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF INDIANAPOLIS / Former Greenwood resident Larry Keene, a former track and field standout for Indiana Central College (now the University of Indianapolis), will be inducted into the school's athletics hall of fame.


PHOTOS COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF INDIANAPOLIS / Former Greenwood resident Larry Keene, a former track and field standout for Indiana Central College (now the University of Indianapolis), will be inducted into the school's athletics hall of fame.


Larry Keene’s decades-long passion for cycling has enabled him to remain impressively close to his playing weight from his days as a two-sport athlete at the University of Indianapolis.

Forty-nine years after breaking the tape on his final 880-yard dash as a 150-pound Greyhounds senior, the 5-foot-8 Keene, now 71, checks in at a fit 155 pounds.

A teacher and coach in the Greenwood Community School Corp. for 40 years (1965-2005), Keene, now living in Largo, Fla., recently learned he would be among those inducted into UIndy’s Athletic Hall of Fame at a ceremony on Feb. 15.

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