Eric Mastalir

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Eric Mastalir (born January 11, 1968) is an American sports executive and former track athlete. He currently is the senior director of global strategic alliances at Nike.

He has a twin brother Mark who duplicated many of the same accomplishments.[1] A native of Sacramento, California, Mastalir attended Jesuit High School.[2] Both brothers had virtually the same, notable personal best in high school, Mark 4:04.15 (the SJS record),[3] Eric 4:04.23 from the same race at the Sac-Joaquin Section meet a week before the State meet. Later in the day, Eric would also set the SJS record in the 3200.[4] A week later, both became state champions at the 1986 CIF California State Meet, Eric winning the 3200 in a meet record 8:44.95 while Mark won the 1600 by almost 4 seconds in 4:07.81. The previous year both brothers had finished behind Roman Gomez in their respective events.[5] He later attended Stanford University, where he was an NCAA All-American in track. Both brothers competed on the United States team at the 1987 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Junior men's race, Mark finishing 62nd and Eric finishing 100th.

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