Kirk Pfeffer (born July 30, 1956 in California) is a retired American long-distance runner, who competed in marathons. He won the Enschede Marathon in 1979 and America's Finest City Half Marathon in 1981. On December 7, 1979 he set a new world record in the half marathon at 1:02:32 in Las Vegas. Next year he ran his best marathon time of 2:10:29 in Fukuoka, which placed him tenth in the World Marathon Rankings for 1980. Five years before that, he set a world junior record of 2:17:44 in the old Mission Bay Marathon in San Diego.[4]

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  • Kirk Pfeffer (born July 30, 1956 in California) is a retired American long-distance runner, who competed in marathons. He won the Enschede Marathon in 1979 and America's Finest City Half Marathon in 1981. On December 7, 1979 he set a new world record in the half marathon at 1:02:32 in Las Vegas. Next year he ran his best marathon time of 2:10:29 in Fukuoka, which placed him tenth in the World Marathon Rankings for 1980. Five years before that, he set a world junior record of 2:17:44 in the old Mission Bay Marathon in San Diego.[4] In the 1979 New York City Marathon, Pfeffer led the field until mile 23 when he was passed by Bill Rodgers in Central Park. Rodgers won in 2:11:42, and Pfeffer held on for second place, finishing about 500 yards behind with a time of 2:13:08. In the 1983 New York City Marathon he finished 13th in 2:12:20, his last world-class performance at a major marathon. (en)
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  • Kirk Pfeffer (born July 30, 1956 in California) is a retired American long-distance runner, who competed in marathons. He won the Enschede Marathon in 1979 and America's Finest City Half Marathon in 1981. On December 7, 1979 he set a new world record in the half marathon at 1:02:32 in Las Vegas. Next year he ran his best marathon time of 2:10:29 in Fukuoka, which placed him tenth in the World Marathon Rankings for 1980. Five years before that, he set a world junior record of 2:17:44 in the old Mission Bay Marathon in San Diego.[4] (en)
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