Kenny Moore

1,139,736 FANS LOVE Similar
Runner
QUICK FACTS
Date of Birth December 1, 1943
Place of Birth Oregon
Age 77 years old
Horoscope Sagittarius

🎉 Countdown to Kenny Moore's birthday 🎂

  • --Days
  • --Hours
  • --Minutes
  • --Seconds
Kenny Moore

Kenneth Clark Moore is an American athlete and journalist. At the University of Oregon, Moore was one of Bill Bowerman's finest distance runners. Moore a two time Olympian ran both the 1968 Mexico City and 1972 Munich Olympic marathon, finishing fourth in 1972. Moore won the largest footrace in the world, the San Francisco Bay to Breakers, six times in a row—the all-time leader in victories in the race. He also won the national titles in cross-country running in 1967 and in the marathon in 1971. After his track career, Moore became a journalist and screenwriter. He had a twenty-five-year career covering athletics for Sports Illustrated. At the end of his career at Sports Illustrated, Moore took up the plight of former competitor Mamo Wolde, who was falsely imprisoned in Ethiopia. In his story, Moore championed Wolde's release from prison, a release that came months before Wolde's death. Moore was also one of the athletes who pushed for the Amateur Sports Act of 1978.

Sport: Athletics
Event(s): Mile to marathon, steeplechase
Club: Oregon Track Club, University of Oregon
Personal best(s): Mile – 4:04.2 (1966), 3000 mS – 8:49.4 (1966), 5000 m – 13:46.4 (1970), 10000 m – 28:47.6 (1970), Mar – 2:11:36 (1970)
IMDb: Kenny Moore's IMDb

About Kenny Moore

Long-distance runner who competed in the marathon at the 1968 and 1972 Olympics, finishing fourth in the latter.

Kenny Moore Before Fame

He attended the University of Oregon, where he was a standout runner.

Achievement of Kenny Moore

He set a record by winning the longest footrace in the world - the Bay to Breaker's - six times in a row.

Kenny Moore Family Life

He was born and raised in Eugene, Oregon.

Associations of Kenny Moore

He has had a successful writing career, and wrote the screenplay for "Without Limits," a movie about his fellow Oregon alum Steve Prefontaine .

Information related to Kenny Moore

  • Sportspeople from Eugene, Oregon
  • American male long-distance runners
Latest information about Kenny Moore updated on April 11, 2021.

All the latest news & top stories related to Kenny Moore