Mike Manley (athlete)

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Mike Manley
Personal information
Born February 14, 1942

Peter Michael ("Mike") Manley (born February 14, 1942 in Wausau, Wisconsin) is a retired middle- and long-distance runner from the United States. He twice won the gold medal in the men's 3.000 metres steeplechase event at the Pan American Games: 1971 and 1975.

Manley represented his native country at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, West Germany.[1] He was the 1969 AAU steeplechase champion while competing for the Southern California Striders[2] and competed for the University of Wisconsin–Madison and the Oregon Track Club.

Personal Bests[edit]

  • Mile – 4:01.4 (1974)
  • 2 miles – 8:34.8 (1972)
  • Steeplechase – 8:27.6 (1971)
  • 5,000 metres – 13:42.4 (1976).
  • 10,000 metres – 29:10.0 (1976).
  • Marathon – 2:14:43 (1980)

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