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Bruce Bickford is a 63-year-old American long-distance runner. He was born on 12 March, 1957 in Benton, Maine, United States. Bickford is a two-time winner of the Boston Marathon, having won in 1981 and 1982. He also won the New York City Marathon in 1983. He has competed in numerous other marathons, including the Chicago Marathon, the Marine Corps Marathon, and the Honolulu Marathon. Bickford has also competed in several ultramarathons, including the Western States Endurance Run, the Badwater Ultramarathon, and the Leadville Trail 100. He has also competed in the World Mountain Running Championships. Bickford is married and has two children. He currently resides in Maine. As of 2021, Bruce Bickford's net worth is estimated to be roughly $1 million.

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Age 66 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 12 March 1957
Birthday 12 March
Birthplace Benton, Maine, United States
Nationality American

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He then went on to Northeastern University and was elected to the Northeastern University Athletics Hall of Fame in 1991. He was also inducted into the Maine Running Hall of Fame and the Maine Sports Hall of Fame. In 1977, Bickford set and still holds one of Northeastern University's longest standing track records in the 3,000 meter steeplechase, with a time of 8:33.6.


After his undergraduate studies, Bickford's first professional affiliation was with New Balance. Later into the 1980s he also raced in the Athletics West singlet, and was coached by Bob Sevene. Bickford finished second overall in the 1986 Philadelphia Distance Run behind New Balance teammate Mark Curp, finishing the half marathon in 1:01:57. He ran the men's 10,000 meters at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea, and finished in last place among the finishers in 29:09.74, after a bout of food poisoning.


Bickford graduated from Lawrence High School of Fairfield, Maine where he began his climb to stardom under the direction of his late coach, David F. Martin. Bickford played basketball in his freshman year of high school, and ran cross country for the first time as a sophomore. As a high-schooler, Bickford set the state record for Maine in the indoor 2-mile, with a time of 9:09.5, which he set in 1975 at the Dartmouth Invitational.


Bruce Emery Bickford (born March 12, 1957 in East Benton, Maine) is a retired long-distance runner from the United States. He claimed the gold medal at the 1987 Pan American Games in the Men's 10,000 metres, and represented his native country in the 1988 Summer Olympics. He set his personal best (27:37.17) in the 10,000 metres in 1985 in Stockholm, Sweden. Bickford won a gold medal in the 1989 United States Olympic Festival Half Marathon.