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62nd Annual Men's NCAA Track and Field Championships, 2nd Annual Women's NCAA Track and Field Championships
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National Collegiate Athletic Association. 62nd Annual Men's NCAA Track and Field Championships, 2nd Annual Women's NCAA Track and Field Championships - Page 66. May 30, 1983 - June 4, 1983. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 25, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/1434/show/1376.

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National Collegiate Athletic Association. (May 30, 1983 - June 4, 1983). 62nd Annual Men's NCAA Track and Field Championships, 2nd Annual Women's NCAA Track and Field Championships - Page 66. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/1434/show/1376

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National Collegiate Athletic Association, 62nd Annual Men's NCAA Track and Field Championships, 2nd Annual Women's NCAA Track and Field Championships - Page 66, May 30, 1983 - June 4, 1983, University of Houston Sports Championship Publications, Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries, accessed December 25, 2014, http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/1434/show/1376.

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Title 62nd Annual Men's NCAA Track and Field Championships, 2nd Annual Women's NCAA Track and Field Championships
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  • National Collegiate Athletic Association
Publisher National Collegiate Athletic Association
Date May 30, 1983 - June 4, 1983
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  • Track and field
  • College sports
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  • National Collegiate Athletic Association
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • programs (documents)
Language English
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Transcript QUOTES FROM 1600 METER RELAY David Walker of TCU: "I felt like I was in good shape when I got the baton. My teanmates gave it to me right where we needed to be. I didn't feel any pressure. I knew that they were back there, but I just ran relaxed. It was almost like I was running on my own. THis wind is beautiful. I was disappointed after we didn't ran the 400 relay, but we hung together and came back in the 1600. I've ted seine big tilings happen to me recently like winning the SC and graduating frcci college, but this is the best feeling I've ever lad." Deem Grouserf Oregon (Defending ci tampion in discus & shot put) Grouser tlora; 205-4 in discus qualifying I Jed. night. "I think I have a shot at the meet record (210-0). I'm rested and feel good. The other night, I came out here and had the best workout of my life. I had five of five throws over 210 just by relaxing. Robert Weir (SWU) came over and told me to just slow down and relax. I did, and it felt great. I'm not nervous at all, and it's the first time in a big meet I have felt like this. It doesn't look like anybody is going to throw real far. Rick lyJeyer of Houston will probably be my main competition. He's geared up to do well at heme. (on carpeting in both discus and shot put): "At first the double was putting pressure on me. Now I'm just taking each individual event and not worrying about the double. I feel good in the shot put. Wearing Levis in warmups I was throwing G5 to 67 feet, Stonight was the first time I had met Michael Garter (tv/o~time NCAA shot put champion from SMJ). He's a great athlete. He has taken the last tv/o weeks off and is really shooting for his one." Bert Cameron, Texas-El Paso (NCAA 400 meters champion in 1980 and 1981, second in 1982) had fastest qualifying time of 45.27. "When I saw that I was in lane eight I knew I would have to go out hard. You have to win your heat to be assured of making the finals, and that was my goal. I just wanted to play it safe and win my heat. "I couldn't sleep last night I was so worried. In the finals I want to go out hard the first 110. If I do and it feels smooth, I know I can win. But you can't make any mistakes. Anybody in the finals is capable of winning. I'm sure I'll run under 45.0 in the finals. Lots of us will."