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Steve Prefontaine, 62, setting a new US record in the 5000m in a US vs USSR All Stars meet at Edwards Field, Berkeley, CA, July 3, 1971
Steve Prefontaine, 62, setting a new US record in the 5000m in a US vs USSR All Stars meet at Edwards Field, Berkeley, CA, July 3, 1971. This was Pre's first American Record since he set the national high school record in the 2-mile on April 25, 1969. Behind him is 2nd place finisher, Steve Stageberg.
Pre was a member of the AAU's USA team selected to compete in international meets the summer of 1971.
"We needed the points, and that's why I just went for the win," said 20-year old Pre. He got the win, and set an American record in the 5000m event with 13:30.4. George Young had the previous record, set the same year with a 13:32.2.
"I lost twice before to the Russians, and I'm not a loser at heart," he added.
Pre commented, "I plan to run the 5,000 in Munich next year and I hope I'm a factor in the race. I think 13:30 is a respectable time and I'm getting ready."
Pre, little known outside the US despite being the US's best at distance events, said he had his eye on world recognition. "My age has a lot to do with the non-recognition abroad," said Pre. "But if I start running 13.20 or 13:16, they better rate me."
Pre and second-place finisher Steve Stageberg of Georgetown University (also an Oregonian from South Eugene High School) both beat the meet record set by Rashid Sharafyetdinov (USSR) in 1970 in 13:41.8.
Pre led the race until the 6th lap when Stageberg took over for two laps. Pre then resumed the lead with four laps left. Pre's lap times were 64.8. 62.3, 65.9, 64.6, 66.5, 65.3, 66.6, 67.2, 67.6, 68.0, 66.0, and 60.3.
The University of Wisconsin's Pat Matzdorf garnered all the headlines, however, by setting a new world record in the high jump with 7-6 1/4, breaking a record set in 1963 by Russian Valery Brumel.
The meet was a two-day event. The Soviets had a one-point lead after the first day, but by the end of day two the US team won 126 to 110 overall, with the men winning 138-91, and the women winning 80-53. This was the 8th win in 10 meets for the US vs the Russian men. The USA team, led by University of California coach Dave Maggard, was the youngest-ever and promised spectacular US achievements in the Olympics in 1972.
1. Pre (USA-AAU) 13:30.4 (betters US record by Geo. Young same year in 13:32.2, and betters meet record by Rashid Sharafyetdinov (USSR) in 1970 in 13:41.8)
2. Steve Stageberg (USA-AAU) 13:35.6
3. Vladimir Afonins (USSR) 13:49.0
4. Chris Stewart (UK) 13:52.2
5. Anatoly Verian (USSR) 13:53.2
6. Mario Perez (MEX) 14:05.0
Other Oregonians who participated in the meet were Tim Vollmer (former OSU star in the discus) who won, setting a meet record; Bouncy Moore (Oregon) who placed 3rd in the long jump; and veteran Mike Manley (OR TC) who was 3rd in the 3000m steeplechase. Arnie Robinson of San Diego, won the long jump in 25-10 3/4. Sid Sink of Bowling Green placed 2nd in the Steeplechase despite wins in the event in prior NCAA and AAU meets (he set a US record at the AAU meet in 8:29.5).
Today I was looking for a snack to bring to school for the break during my 7-9:40 PM class. I found a delicious peanut brittle bar and knew that was what my taste buds had to enjoy later. I ate half as a part of my lunch that day and later in my car I was about to eat the other half when I wondered how many calories it has. I am not one to really worry about calories because I am obsessed with food and pretty much just pig out any time I can. I seemed to have gotten my dad's metabolism which is great because if I didn't I'd probably weight about 30 more pounds than I do. Just out of curiosity, I opened the flap to see the completely ridiculous amount of calories and fat. Three hundred forty calories and 19 grams of fat were in this tiny bar of peanuts! I couldn't believe it! I knew it would have a lot considering the peanuts and syrup all around it but, 340? That's insane. That's like a whole meal right there. I took one more bite and left the rest to sit in my bag til I got home. Someone else can enjoy these extra pounds.
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