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Jürgen Haase (born 19 January 1945, in Friedersdorf) is a former track and field athlete and Olympian, who, starting for the German Democratic Republic, was among the world's best long distance track runners in the 1960s and 1970s. Twice during this period, in 1966 and 1969, he was European champion in the 10,000 meters. Contents 1 Career 2 International Races 3 East German Championships 4 Records 5 References Career Haase trained with methods developed by Arthur Lydiard, the New Zealand trainer who was, at the time, still relatively unknown in Europe and was the surprise winner of the 1965 GDR 10,000 metres. At the European Championships in 1966, his teammate Jürgen May convinced him, with the help of a $500 bribe, not to wear his usual Adidas shoes but rather to wear PUMA. This episode became something of a political scandal, in the course of which Haase was pardoned by the GDR Sports authorities. May, on the other hand, was permanently banned from the GDR national team. He missed the 1972 Summer Olympics due to blood poisoning that he received after being injured by the spike of another runner at a competition in Paris. Haase competed for SC Leipzig and was trained by Günter Büttner. His competition size was 5'9" (1.76 m) and 137 lbs (62 kg). After his retirement from sports in 1973, he was active in customer service and marketing of medical technology. After that, he studied at the Deutsche Hochschule für Körperkultur und Sport (German College for Fitness Training and Sport) and became a trainer. As a trainer, he coached Kathrin Weßel (10,000 m runner and third in the World Championships in 1987) and Detlef Wagenknecht (800 m runner, third in the World Cup in 1981 and second in the European Cup in 1983) for SC Dynamo Berlin. After the reunification of Germany, Haase became a trainer for Deutschen Leichtathletik-Verbandes (German Track Federation). He was released in 1992. After that, he was involved in several job creation actions. International Races 1964, European Junior Championships: 1st Place: 1500m (3:52.4); 1st Place: 3000m (8:25.4) 1966, European Championships: 1st Place: 10,000m (28:26.0); 11th Place: 5000m (13:55.6 ) 1967, European Cup: 1st Place: 10,000m (28:54.2); 2nd Place: 5000m (15:27.8) 1968, Olympic Games: 16th Place: 10,000m (30:24.0) 1969, European Championships: 1st Place: 10,000m (28:41.6) 1970, European Cup: 1st Place: 10,000m (28:26.8) 1971, European Championships: 2nd Place: 10,000m (27:53.4) East German Championships 10,000 m: 1st Place - 1965, 1966, 1968, 1970, 1972 and 1973 5000 m: 1st Place - 1969, 2nd Place - 1973 Cross-country running 12km: 2nd Place - 1966, 1st Place - 1967, 1968, 1969 and 1972 3000 m indoor: 2nd Place - 1965 and 1966, 3rd Place - 1970 Records 10,000 m East German record: 28:12.6 , 25 May 1966, Leipzig European record: 28:04.4 Min., 21 July 1968, Leningrad East German record: 27:53.36 Min., 10 August 1971, Helsinki 15 km road run GDR Record: 43:45.2 Min., 21 April 1974, Sachsenhausen (Current German Record as of May 2007) 20 km road run GDR Record: 58:56 Min., 1973 One hour run GDR Record: 20,393 Meters, 6 May 1973, Dresden References This article incorporates information from the revision as of 26 July 2007 of the equivalent article on the German Wikipedia. v · d · eEuropean Champions in Men's 10,000 m 1934: Ilmari Salminen (FIN)  • 1938: Ilmari Salminen (FIN)  • 1946: Viljo Heino (FIN)  • 1950: Emil Zátopek (TCH)  • 1954: Emil Zátopek (TCH)  • 1958: Zdzisław Krzyszkowiak (POL)  • 1962: Pyotr Bolotnikov (URS)  • 1966: Jürgen Haase (GDR)  • 1969: Jürgen Haase (GDR)  • 1971: Juha Väätäinen (FIN)  • 1974: Manfred Kuschmann (GDR)  • 1978: Martti Vainio (FIN)  • 1982: Alberto Cova (ITA)  • 1986: Stefano Mei (ITA)  • 1990: Salvatore Antibo (ITA)  • 1994: Abel Antón (ESP)  • 1998: António Pinto (POR)  • 2002: José Manuel Martínez (ESP)  • 2006: Jan Fitschen (GER)  • 2010: Mohammed Farah (GBR) Persondata Name Haase, Jurgen Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death