"Kenneth Clark "Kenny" Moore" is an United States/American athlete and journalist. At the University of Oregon, Moore was one of Bill Bowerman's finest distance runners. After college, Moore ran in the Olympic Marathon (sport)/marathon at both 1968 Summer Olympics/Mexico City and 1972 Summer Olympics/Munich, finishing fourth in 1972. (Teammate Frank Shorter won the Gold).

He won the largest footrace in the world, the San Francisco Bay to Breakers, six times in a row—the all-time leader in victories in the race.

After his track career, Moore became a journalist and screenwriter. He had a twenty-five-year career covering athletics for Sports Illustrated. At the end of his career at Sports Illustrated, Moore took up the plight of former competitor Mamo Wolde, who was falsely imprisoned in Ethiopia. In his story, Moore championed Wolde's release from prison, a release that came months before Wolde's death.

Moore was also one of the athletes who pushed for the Amateur Sports Act of 1978. He also helped to write the screenplay for the 1998 biopic Without Limits, a film about former Oregon Ducks standout Steve Prefontaine.

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