Chairman of the Board
Founder, Eddie Hart All In One Foundation
Internationally known as one of the world’s greatest sprinters, Eddie Hart has established his place in history. From his early days in Pittsburg, CA., where he grew up, he experienced athletic success. Mr. Eddie Hart went on to attend the University of California. He graduated from UC Berkeley in 1975 with a degree in Physical Education and with a record of outstanding athletic achievement in track and field.
Prior to Mr. Eddie Hart’s graduation he made history when he and Isaac Curtis finished 1st and 2nd at the National Collegiate Athletic Association Championships, at Des Moines, Iowa in 1970. A feat that still stands today, over thirty-three years later. In 1972 Eddie equaled the world record in the 100 meters winning the finals at the Olympic Trials in Eugene OR. He also completed on the US Olympic team in the 4x100 meter relay, which broke the world record, making him an Olympic Gold Medalist and Olympic record holder.
Unfortunately, Mr. Hart was unable to compete in his specialty, the 100 meters, because the sprint coach for the US Olympic track and field team had the wrong time schedule. Eddie and Rey Robinson subsequently missed their quarterfinal heat, eliminating them from the Olympic 100 meter competition.
Today Mr. Eddie Hart is still very active and currently holds the 100 meters world record, master division for ages Forty to Forty-four. Now over fifty he is training to compete in the next US Masters Championships.
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