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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1993 - Sports. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 30, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19121/show/18972.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1993 - Sports. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19121/show/18972

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Transcript Cougar Track & field Sprinter Sam Jefferson once again wowed the Southwest Conference. He took his show on the road with wins at the University World Games and the World Track & Field Championships. Photo by Tony Bullard. (center) Oophomore Paul Lupi makes his mark in the 800-meters. Photo by Tony Bullard. (upper left) 1 hree members of the UH Track & Field team, Stephen Adegibite, Todd Walthall and Rayford Ross, hurdle to a one, two, three finish at the UH Invitational. Photo by Thomas Nguyen, (lower center) oenior Shannon Pate moves up in the pack in the 10,000-meter race. Photo by Thomas Nguyen, (lower right) Men's Track & Field Roster Stephen Adegbite, Victor Barcot, Kenneth Bigger, Randy Blair, Sean Boyle, John Brown, Todd Carrigan, Ray DeBardelaben, Vincent Dietsch, Sheddric Fields, Chris Garcia, Robert Graetzer, Craig Hall, Bill Irizarry, Samuel Jefferson, Jermiane Johnson, Patrick Juhlin, Nathan Labus,, Spencer Lightsy, Christopher Lopez, Paul Lupi, Thomas McGaughey, Mike McKinney, Wayne Newsome, Shannon Pate, Albert Ransom, Matt Rasch, Jim Reagan, Rayford Ross, Billy Spiller, Shedrick Traylor, Will Vespe, Jon Vines, Todd Walthall, Charles West. Head Coach: Tom Tellez 136 Sports Needing Rest Jefferson criscrosses the globe In seven months, Samuel Jefferson had traveled about as far as an average American would travel in a lifetime. But he had run even faster. As the summer wound down, Jefferson was the first to admit that he needed to do the same. He was preparing for his last meet of the year, the World Championship Games in Germany. "I haven't had a lot of rest this season and I think that it is really starting to take an effect on my ability to run," Jefferson said. Having returned from a successful trip to Buffalo, New York at the World University Games, in which Jefferson won a gold medal for the 400 meters and a silver medal in the 100 meter dash, the World Championships, more than likely, would mark the end of a long, yet highly successful, road of hard work and competition. "It is very important that I get my desired rest in order to keep my body in shape and not hurt my chances of being successful next season," Jefferson said. Jefferson knew that when he was on the track, he still had a job to do and must run straight through, even if he was tired. "I still have to go out and run and make my body do the technically correct things necessary for me to run fast," he said. Judging by his showings for the year, one would have thought Jefferson looked anything but fatigued. His gold medal in Buffalo was won when Jefferson's 4X400 relay team ran a time of 38.65 in the event. His silver medal was awarded after and impressive time of 10.13 in the 100 meter dash. "Though I am still running consistently, I know that I can definitely run faster," Jefferson said. Jefferson's trip to Germany marked the second time he had been to Europe. "I did some running in Sweden, France and Scotland while I was up there last," he said. Jefferson added that Germany should have been very familiar since he lived there for a few years. Tm looking forward to going back, though I'll be trying to get in as much rest as possible when I am not competing," he said. If he didn't come back with another prize to add to his already overcrowded, it wouldn't matter. The real goad medal was in his heart. And everyone knew that a heart of gold never grew tired.-Jason Paul Ramirez Track fr Field 137