Greg Bell (athlete)
|Born||November 7, 1930 (age 85)
Terre Haute, Indiana, U.S.
He won three national AAU championships, two NCAA Championships, earned NCAA All-American status three times and was a four-time national AAU All-American. From 1956–1958, he was ranked first in the world in the long jump. He set an NCAA record in the long jump, which stood for seven years, and is a charter member of both the Indiana Track and Field and IU Athletic halls of fame
Bell was inducted into the USATF Hall of Fame in 1988.
- 1950 European Armed Forces Championship: Long Jump
- 1955 AAU: Long Jump (1st)
- 1956 Olympics: Long Jump – 7.83 m (1st)
- 1956 NCAA: Long Jump – (1st)
- 1957 NCAA: Long Jump – 8.10 m (1st)
- 1957 Penn Relays: Long Jump
- 1957 Penn Relays: 100-meter dash
- 1959 Pan American Games: Long Jump (2nd)
- 1957 Penn Relays: Most Outstanding Athlete
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