"To give anything less than your best, is to sacrifice the gift" -Steve Prefontaine

Ten Steve Prefontaine Quotes To Get You Motivated and Ready to Run!

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The shoes Steve Prefontaine wore while running the race in which he set his first American record are on display at the Coos Art Museum. The 5,000-meter race took place on July 3, 1971. Pre's time was 13:30.4.

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The real Coos Bay kid! Go Pre!

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I've always loved this shirt, still get happy whenever I see someone wearing one

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Pre!

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steve prefontaine...

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Prefontaine

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Steve Prefontaine

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steve prefontaine. he would be 60 now. i have no words for how inspirational he has been to me. how he ran a race, that's the thing.

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Prefontaine. The epitome of a runner, and a mustache. Yes, I am in love with a ghost.

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Steve Prefontaine. NCAA Cross Country Nationals.

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Prefontaine certainly knew how to move

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Steve Prefontaine, the best long distance runner ever!

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Prefontaine and Lobo

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Steve Prefontaine

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prefontaine!

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steve prefontaine #running #prefontaine

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Steve Prefontaine. Hero.

There's something about Steve

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Steve Prefontaine

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The real Coos Bay kid! Go Pre!

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There's a series of 10 plaques placed around town honoring Steve Prefontaine depicting quotes and records he held at the time of his death.

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Prefontaine's gravesite afte the Prefontaine Memorial Run, Coos Bay, OR

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Pre's gravesite at Sunset Memorial Park, Coos Bay, Oregon

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Letter written by Steve Prefontaine shortly before his death to his High School Coach, Walt McClure. The full letter is available for download

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The last time Steve was in Coos Bay, 1975 at the exhibition race at marshfield High School. Photo courtesy of the Worthen Family.

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